Dr. Paul F. Gibson
Title: Associate Professor
College / Department: Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology / Mathematics
Number of Years at Delaware State University: 33
Work Address: ETV Building, Room 115
Work Phone: (302) 857-6643
Work Fax: (302) 857-7054
Work Email: email@example.com 
Areas of Specialty/Research Types
- Different Geometry
- Algebraic Probability
- Ph.D., Applied Mathematics Delaware State University, 2007
- M.S., Mathematics, University of Arkansas Fayetteville, 1966
- B.A., Mathematics Hendrix College, Conway Arkansas, 1964
- Mathematics Association of America
- America Mathematical Society
Honors and Awards Received (past five years)
- DSU Merit award 2008
- Developing Properties of Sequence Transforms, Advances in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Nova Sciences, 2007.
- A New Algebraic Structure for Finding the Reliability of Organizational Systems, Advances in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Nova Sciences, 2006, 81-92.
- With Shi, X., Liu F., Umoh H., Two Kinds of Nonlinear Matrix Equations and their Corresponding Matrix Sequences, Linear and Multilinear Algebra, (2004), Volume 52, No.1, 1-15.
- Reliability of Organization System, Delaware State College Faculty, Volume 7, June 1977, 25-33.
- Probability on Independent Probability Spaces, International Congress of Mathematics 2002 held in Madrid, Spain. August 20 - August 28, 2006.
- Developing Properties of Sequence Transforms, 2006- Applied Mathematics workshop, Delaware State University, July 31 - August 2, 2006.
- A New Algebraic Structure for Finding the Reliability of Organizational, Applied Mathematics workshop, Delaware State University, August 18- August 20, 2005.
- The Last Round Matching Problem, The Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America held in Atlanta, Georgia (January 2005).
- The Last Round Matching Problem, 2004 - Applied Mathematics workshop, Delaware State University, July 9 - July 11, 2004.
- Separation Properties Between US Space and KC Space, International Congress of Mathematics 2002 held in Beijing, China. August 9, 2002.