Shen, Zhizhang

Professor Computer Science & Technology

BS, Zhejiang University; MA, Queens College (CUNY); MPhil, Graduate School (CUNY); PhD, City University of New York
Email: zshen@plymouth.edu
Homepage: http://oz.plymouth.edu/~zshen/

Phone: (603) 535-2534

Office: Memorial 215

About Professor Shen

Dr. Zhizhang Shen graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from Zhejiang University, People’s Republic of China, in 1983.

Dr. Shen’s main teaching interests lie in Theoretical Computer Science and Algorithm Analysis. His research interests include interconnection network performance analysis and applied combinatorics. Dr. Shen has published more than sixty conference papers, as well as journal articles.

Selected Publications/Presentations/Exhibitions

  • Shen, Z., and Marston, C., A study of a dice problem, Applied Mathematics and Computation 73(2-3) (1995) 231-247.
  • Shen, Z., A study of a generalization of a card problem. Applied Mathematics and Computation 166(2) (2005) 385-410.
  • Shen, Z., Qiu, K., and Cheng, E., On the surface area of the (n, k)-star graph. Theoretical Computer Science 410(52) (2009), 5481-5490.
  • Cheng, E., Qiu, K., and Shen, Z., On the surface areas of the asymmetric twisted cubes, in Proc. Fifth Annual International Conference on Combinatorial Optimization and Applications (COCOA’2011), August 4-6, 2011, Zhang Jia Jie, China, Springer LNCS 6831, pp.411-423.
  • Cheng, E., Qiu, K., and Shen, Z., A generating function approach to the edge surface area of the arrangement graphs. The Computer Journal (2012) DOI: 10.1093/comjnl/bxs055.
Courses Taught
  • CS 3221 – Algorithm Analysis
  • CS 3600 – Introduction to Databases
  • CS 3780 – Introduction to Theory of Computation

 

Contact Us

Computer Science & Technology Department

Memorial Hall 202

Phone 603-535-2533
FAX 603-535-2282
Email caroberson@plymouth.edu

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC 41
Plymouth, NH 03264

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