Associate Professor of Mathematics
Hari Pulapaka came to the United Stated for graduate studies in 1987. He is a native of Mumbai (formerly, Bombay) and has been at Stetson University since Fall 2000. Hari is interested in all areas of Mathematics and is always looking for new sources of problems for undergraduate research. Hari is also a classically trained chef and is intererested in all areas of gastronomy. When he is not teaching or working on Mathematics and related areas, he is at his and his wife’s Downtown DeLand restaurant as an active professional chef.
- Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Florida
- M.S., Mathematics, George Mason University
- B.S., Mathematics, University of Mumbai (St. Xavier’s College)
- A.A.S., Culinary Arts, Orlando Culinary Academy
- Certified Executive Chef, American Culinary Federation
- Graph Theory, Number Theory, Problem Solving, Gastronomy
- Linear Algebra
- Graph Theory
- Number Theory
- Abstract Algebra
- Calculus for Business Decisions
- Hari Pulapaka and David R. Gibson, “A Fast Algorithm and Software for Analysis of FT-ICR Data,” Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, Volume 48, Issue 2, 2010, pp 381-394
- Hari Pulapaka and David R. Gibson, “An Efficient Algorithm for Chemical Fingerprinting,” Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, Volume 44, Issue 1, 2008, pp. 75-87.
- Hari Pulapaka, “On Generalized Galileo Sequences,” Missouri Journal of Mathematics, Volume 20, Number 3, 2008, pp. 178-185.
- Hari Pulapaka, “Non-revisiting Cycles on Surfaces,” Discrete Mathematics, Volume 207, Number 1-3, 1999, pp. 219-231.
- Hari Pulapaka and Andrew Vince, “Non-Revisiting Paths on Surfaces with Low Genus,” Discrete Mathematics, Volume 182, Number 1-3, 1998, pp. 267-277.
- Hari Pulapaka and Andrew Vince, “Non-Revisiting Paths on Surfaces,” Discrete and Computational Geometry, Volume 15, 1996, pp. 353-357.