**Daniel P. Biebighauser**

**Contact Information**

Mail:

Department of Mathematics Office: Ivers 234F

and Computer Science Phone: (218) 299-3345

*biebigha@cord.edu*

901 8^{th} Street South Web:
*http://www.cord.edu/faculty/biebigha/*

**Education**

·
Ph.D., Mathematics,

·
Master of Science, Mathematics,

·
Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, Mathematics
Honors,

**Experience**

·
*Assistant
Professor*, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Concordia
College, 2006-present. Courses taught:
Calculus I, Calculus II, Mathematics for the Behavioral Sciences, Discrete
Mathematics, and Modern Algebra.

·
*Graduate
Teaching Assistant*, Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University,
2002-2006. Sole instructor for one
calculus course in Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, and Fall 2005. In addition, supervised a teaching assistant
in Fall 2005. Teaching assistant for one
calculus course in Spring 2004 and Spring 2006.

·
*Co-organizer
and Presenter*, Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Vanderbilt University,
2004-2006. The seminar consisted of talks on interesting mathematical topics
given by graduate students and professors to undergraduate students.

**Research Interests**

My research
interests are in topological graph theory and hamiltonicity. In particular, I have been looking at the
existence of

**Publications**

·
“Prism-hamiltonicity of triangulations,” with M.
N. Ellingham. *Journal of Graph Theory*, **57**,
3 (2008).

·
“Final
digit strings of powers where the exponents end in 1, 3, 7 or 9,” with G. A.
Heuer. *Fibonacci Quarterly*, **43**,
4 (2005).

**Daniel P.
Biebighauser**

**Publications (continued)**

·
“Final
digit strings of cubes,” with J. Bullock and G. A. Heuer. *Mathematics
Magazine*, **77**, 2 (2004).

·
“General counting formulae for factorized time
correlation diagram analysis,” with J. Gregoire and D. J. Ulness. *Physica A*,
**320**, 1 (2003).

·
“Factorized time correlation diagram analysis of
paired causal systems excited by twin stochastic driving functions,” with D. B.
Turner and D. J. Ulness. *Phys. Rev. E* **65**, 026142 (2002).

**Presentations**

·
“Infinite 2-walks in 3-connected planar graphs,”
Joint Mathematics Meetings, SIAM Minisymposium on Structure and Topology in
Graph Theory,

·
“Prism-hamiltonicity of graphs,” Tri-College
Mathematics Colloquium,

·
“Infinite 2-walks in planar graphs with radial
nets,” 19^{th} Annual Cumberland Conference on Graph Theory,
Combinatorics, and Computing,

· “Prism-hamiltonicity of triangulations,” Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 2006.

·
“Knots and links in spatial graphs,” Graph
Theory and Combinatorics Seminar,

·
“Prism-hamiltonicity of triangulations,”
Graduate Student Research Day,

·
“Prism-hamiltonicity of triangulations,” 41^{st}
Midwest Graph Theory Conference,

·
“Prism-hamiltonicity of triangulations,” Graph
Theory and Combinatorics Seminar,

·
“2-walks
in 3-connected graphs,” Graph Theory and Combinatorics Seminar,

·
“Tutte paths and Tutte cycles in planar graphs,”
Graph Theory and Combinatorics Seminar,

·
“Homology
of graphs on surfaces and pseudosurfaces,” Graph Theory and Combinatorics
Seminar,

·
“Initial
and final digit sequences of integer powers,” with J. D. Bullock, Student
Lecture Series,

· “Ending digit sequences of cubes,” with J. D. Bullock, Mathfest, August 2001.

**Daniel P. Biebighauser**

**Honors**

·
B. F. Bryant Prize for Excellence in Teaching,

·
University Graduate Fellowship and Teaching
Assistantship,

·
Summer Research Award,

· Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.