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computer science and mathematics educator

Morteza Anvari, Iranian Computer science and mathematics educator. Avocations: tennis, skiing, bridge. M C. Smith-Mundt fellow United States State Department, 1956-1958. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Association Computing Machinery.

Background

Anvari, Morteza was born on January 29, 1931 in Tehran, Iran. Came to the United States, 1956. Son of Kazem and Fatemeh (Salimi) Anvari.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tehran, 1953. Master of Science, University Illinois, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1962.

Career

Professor mathematics, U. B.C., Canada, 1963-1968;chairman mathematics computer science, U. Technology, Tehran, 1968-1971;president, founder, Computer College, Tehran, 1972-1979;professor computer science, California State University, Northridge, 1980-1983;professor, department chairman computer science, California State University, Fullerton, 1983-1989;research computer scientist, University of California, Berkeley, since 1989. Consultant Business Development Manager International, Inc., Virginia, since 1985, Ashton-Tate, 1987, International Business Machines Corporation, since 1991.

Achievements

  • Avocations: tennis, skiing, bridge. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Association Computing Machinery.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, skiing, bridge.

Connections

Married Nancy Ann Hutchison, January 26, 1958. Children: Alexander, Lawrence.

father:
Kazem Anvari

mother:
Fatemeh (Salimi) Anvari

spouse:
Nancy Ann Hutchison

children:
Alexander Anvari

Lawrence Anvari