In 1970 Dr. Deldari received his
B.Sc. degree in Physics from University of Mashhad, Iran.
He received his Masters degree in Computer science from University of
Oregon, EUgene, Oregon, USA, in 1979.
Dr. Deldari received his Ph.D. in Parallel and distributed systems from
University of Leeds, Leeds, England, in 1995.
One year English course at University of California in Los Angeles, 1976.
On year system programming course at Control Data Corporation (CDC), Santa
Monica, Los Angeles, USA 1976.
Two years IBM's system programming course, Iran, 1972.
Dr. Deldari has
been involved in the research and development of parallel and distributed
systems for almost a decade. His research interests includes parallel
algorithmic skeletons, parallel fuzzy genetic algorithms, and grid/cluster computing.
In 1979, Dr. Deldari joined the Department of Computer
Engineering at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. He has already taught the
following subjects at FUM:
Machine & System Language
Principles of Compiler Design
Digital Logic Circuits Design Theory
Theory of Automata
Topics on Parallel Programming