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Dr. Gilber Eyabi

About Dr. Gilber Eyabi

Gilbert has lived in Germany as well as the United States and his native Cameroon. He is involved in establishing a relationship between the cities of Anderson, South Carolina, and Buea, Cameroon.

He believes a math degree opens numerous possibilities in academia and beyond, “from being a lawyer to working as an expert in a bank.”

Position

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Anderson University Bachelor of Science, University of Buea (Cameroon), Mathematics Master of Science, University of Buea (Cameroon), Mathematics Doctor of Philosophy, Clemson University, Mathematics

Education

Publications:

  • Eyabi, G., and Laskar, Renu. 2006. Sum coloring on certain classes of graphs. Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing. 56: 33-46.
  • Eyabi, G., and Laskar, Renu. 2006. Further results on holes in L(2,1)-coloring of graphs. Proceedings of the 37th SE International Congress on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing.
  • Eyabi, Gilbert, et al. 2012. Minimal rankings of Cartesian products of complete graphs. Discussiones Mathematicae, Graph Theory 32: 725–735.