Professor of Mathematics and Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Computational Mathematics
Mathematics Department
Daytona College of Arts & Sciences
Daytona Beach campus

Office Hours

Open door most of the times except when I'm teaching; for guaranteed office hours please see your syllabus or drop me an email/phone message to set a time.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics, Florida Institute of Technology

MA111,112,120,140,142,241-3,345,350,441,442,502 & MA 499/599 directed study (independent research)

• T. Smith, “A study on the affect on distractive algebra in teaching higher mathematics to non technical college students,” East Journal of Mathematics Education, 2010
• D. Ross, S. Sajjadi & T. Smith,  “On uniqueness results for the generalized KP equation with n <3,” Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics, 2011.
• S. Sajjadi, T. Smith, “On stability fpr a BBM type equation of viscous shallow water waves,” advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics,  2013
• T. Smith, E. Subasi, “A regression model to investiage the performance of the Blac-Sholes in real time using macroeconomic predictors,” international journal of mathematical trends and technology, 2013
• T. Smith, A Hawkins, “An economic regression model to predict market movements,”  international journal of mathematical trends and technology, 2014
• S. Sajjadi, T Smith, “Exact analytical solution to Kortewg-deVries on viscous liquid,” journal of fluid mechanics, in progress 2015.

Selected Publications -T. Kiguradze, T. Smith, On doubly periodic solutions of quasilinear hyperbolic equations of the fourth order, proceedings of the 2005 Conference of Difference and Differential Equations and applications, HINDAWI, New York 2005.
-R. Agarwal, S. Grace, T. Smith, Oscillation Criteria for first-order forced nonlinear difference equations, Advances in Difference Equations (volume 2006), HINDAWI, New York 2006. http://hindawi.com
-S. Sajjadi, T. Smith, Model equation for long waves in nonlinear dispersive system on a viscous liquid, Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics (Volume 3 Issue 2), 2008. http://pphmj.com/journals/aafm.htm
-T. Smith, On existence and uniqueness results for the BBM equation with arbitrary forcing terms, International Journal of Mathematical Analysis (Volume 2 no 5-8), 2008. http://www.m-hikari.com/ijma/index.html
-S. Sajjadi, T. Smith, Applied Partial Differential Equations, Houghton Mifflin, 2008.
-S. Sajjadi, T. Smith, On a KdV type equation of viscous long range water waves, Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics (Volume 6 no 1), 2009. http://pphmj.com/journals/aafm.htm
-T. Smith, On nonlinear generalizations for the KdV and BBM equation from long range water wave theory, International Journal of Mathematical Analysis (Volume 3 no 21), 2009. http://www.m-hikari.com/ijma/index.html
-T. Smith, G. Spradlig, On Osgood's criterion for classical wave equations and nonlinear shallow water wave equations, International Journal of Mathematical Analysis (Volume 4 no 20), 2010. http://www.m-hikari.com/ijma/index.html
-S. Sajjadi, T. Smith, A KdV type equation for dispersive systems of shallow water waves with higher order dissipation, Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics, - submitted, accepted & in progress 2010. http://pphmj.com/journals/aafm.htm

Current:(Aug 2006 - present) Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Embry Riddle University-Daytona Beach Florida. Prior (2005 - 2006) Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Daytona Beach State College-Daytona Beach Florida. Prior (2002 - 2006) Teaching Assistant / Lecture, Florida Institute of Technology-Melbourne Florida