Faculty

Edinah Gnang

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

discrete mathematics, graph theory, multilinear algebra, image analysis, experimental math

Edinah Gnang is an assistant professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. His research interests include discrete mathematics, graph theory, multilinear algebra, image analysis, and experimental math. He earned his doctorate at Rutgers University in 2013.

Education
  • Ph.D. 2013, Rutgers University
Journal Articles
  • Gnang EK (2015).  Counting arithmetic formulas.  European Journal of Combinatorics.  47.  40-53.
  • Gnang EK (2015).  On the spectra of hypermatrix direct sum and Kronecker products constructions.  Linear Algebra and its Applications.  519.  238-277.
  • Gnang EK (2013).  Some integer formula encodings and related algorithms.  Advances in Applied Mathematics,.  51(4).  536-541.
  • Gnang EK (2013).  Zeroless arithmetic: representing integers ONLY using ONE.  Journal of Difference Equations and Applications.  19(11).  1921-1926.
  • Gnang EK (2011).  A Spectral Theory for Tensors.  Annales de la Faculté des sciences de Toulouse.  20(6).  801-841.
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