Dr. Aniekan Ebiefung

Personal

Prefix: Dr.
First Name: Aniekan
Last Name: Ebiefung

Education

Degree: B.S.
Graduation Year: 1982

Degree: M.S.
Graduation Year: 1987
Major: Mathematics

Degree: Ph.D.
Graduation Year: 1991

Summary

Operations research-Mathematical Programming; Linear Algebra and its Applications; Input-Output Models and Choice of Technology.

Biography

Dr. Ebiefung was born in Nigeria.

Employment: University of Chattanooga Foundation Professor of Mathematics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Dr. Aniekan Ebiefung is a University of Chattanooga Foundation Professor of Mathematics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He started his career at UTC as an assistant professor of Mathematics on August 1, 1991. He was awarded the UC Foundation Professorship in 1993, promoted to an Associate Professor in 1996, and to Full Professor in 2001.

Professor Ebiefung holds Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics and Statistics (with First Class Honors) from the University of Calabar, Masters of Science in Mathematics from Howard University, and Ph.D in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University (1988-1991). He has held faculty positions at Calabar Polytechnic; University of Cross River State; Federal University of Technology, Owerri; Howard University, Clemson University, and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

He has received may research and teaching awards. These include the 1993 Oakridge Associated Universities Junior Faculty Enhancement Award in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Chattanooga Foundation Professorship 1993-4, Student Government Association Outstanding Professor Award 1993-4, and the 1998 Southeastern Inform Best Paper Award in Quantitative Theory and Methods Track.

Dr. Ebiefung has also published 25 research papers.