Rao Li

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences

The University of South Carolina Aiken

Department of Mathematical Sciences

471 University Parkway
Aiken, SC 29801

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (803) 641-3264

Fax: (803) 641-3726

Office: Penland 219A


University of Memphis, Ph.D. (with concentration on Graph Theory), 1999.
University of Memphis, M.S. (with concentration on Computer Science), 1999.
University of Pittsburgh, M.A. (Mathematics), 1994.


I obtained my Ph. D. (with concentration on graph theory) and M.S. (with concentration on computer science) in May 1999. Between August 1999 and May 2001 I taught computer science and computer information science courses in the School of Computer and Information Sciences at Georgia Southwestern State University. I joined Dept. of mathematical sciences at University of South Carolina Aiken in Fall 2001.

Fall 2019 Teaching Assignment

ACSC 146 - Introduction to Algorithmic Design II

ACSC 340 - Android Phone Programming

AMTH 174 - Discrete Math For Computer Science

Spring 2020 Teaching Assignment

ACSC 146 - Introduction to Algorithmic Design II

ACSC 285 - Introduction to Cryptography

ACSC 320 - Practical Java Programming

Other Courses Taught at USC Aiken

Mathematical Applications in Search Engine Designs

Java 2 Micro Edition Phone Programming

Java Game Programming

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Data Structures and Algorithms

Programming Language Structures

Introduction to Algorithmic Design I and Lab

Computer Applications and Programming

Graph Theory for Computer Science

Linear Algebra

Finite Mathematics

Survey of Calculus

Precalculus Mathematics II Trigonometry

Applied College Algebra

Mathematics for Practical Purposes

Independent Study Courses

Courses Taught at Georgia Southwestern State University

The Theory of Computation

Information Storage and Retrieval

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Concepts of Programming Languages

File Processing

Discrete Structures

Introduction to Structured Programming (C++)

Special Problems in Computer Science


Selected publications


  • The applet for the smallest enclosing circle problem
  • The applet for the constrained heaviest common subsequence problem
  • The applet for displaying the current time and playing music

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