Atif Abueida

Professor
Full-Time Faculty
College of Arts and Sciences: Mathematics

Profile

Atif Abueida received his B.SC. in 1987 from UAE University. He worked as a high school teacher for 8 years. He received his M.S. from ETSU in 1996 and his Ph.D. from Auburn University in 2000. Atif has been a member of the faculty in the Department of Mathematics at UD since 2000. He also teaches courses for the Premedical Programs.

Degrees

  • B.SC., 1987, UAE University
  • M.S., ETSU, 1996
  • Ph.D., Auburn University, 2000

Research Interests

  • Graph Theory
  • Design Theory
  • Complex Analysis

Selected Presentations

1) "Critical Thinking and Problem Solving with Discrete Mathematics," a Discrete Math Leadership Institute for K-8th Grade Teachers, July 12-23, 2004.

2) Invited talk: "Cycle extendability and Hamilton cycles in chordal graph classes,'' The 17th Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, May 2004.

3) Contributed talk: "Cycle extendability and Hamilton cycles in chordal graph classes'' Thirty-fifth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, March 2004.

4) Contributed talk: "Multidesigns of multipartite graphs'' Joint Mathematics Meetings, Phoenix, AR January 2004.

5) Contributed talk: "Multidesigns of the ë-fold Complete Graph'' Miami University, Miami, OH, September 2003.

6) Guest speaker: "It is a small world after all," Mathematics Club, University of Dayton, September 2003.

7) Contributed paper: "Multidesigns of the ë-fold Complete Graph," Midwest Graph Theory Conference, September 2003.

8) Invited speaker: "The Full Embedding Problem," Wright State University, March 2002.

9) Contributed paper: "Multidecomposition of the complete graph," Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, January 2002.

10) Contributed paper: "Multidecomposition of the complete graph," Midwest Graph Theory Conference, October 2001.

11) Invited speaker: "Multidecomposition of the complete graph," Youngstown State University, May 2001.

12) Contributed paper: "Multidecomposition and Multifactorization," New York Graph Theory Day, November 2000.

13) Contributed paper: The Full Embedding Problem," Ninth International Conference, GTCC 2000, Western Michigan University, June 2000.

Selected Publications

1) "Multidesigns for graphs-pairs on 4 and 5 vertices" (with Mike Daven), Graphs and Combinatorics 19 (4), 2003, 433-447.

2) "Multidecompositions of the complete graph" (with Mike Daven), Ars Combinatoria 72, 2004, 17-22.

3) "Some Results on the Location of Zeros of Polynomials" (with Robert Gardner), Some Recent Advances in the Theory of Polynomials and their Applications, to appear.

4) "Determining properties of a Multipartite Tournament from its Lattice of Convex Subsets" (with Wiebke Diestelkamp, Stephanie Edwards, and Darren Parker), Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, to appear.

5) "Multidesigns of the ë-fold complete graph" (with Mike Daven and Ken Roblee), Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, to appear.