# Gabor Lippner

Assistant Professor

Email: g.lippner@northeastern.edu

Phone: 617.373.5028

Location: 567 LA (Lake Hall), Boston, MA 02115

#### Area(s) of Expertise

- Discrete mathematics, with focus on spectral graph theory and graph limits. Computational methods for higher dimensional networks.

#### Publications

- Evolutionary dynamics on any population structure (Nature, 2017)
- Konigs's line coloring and Vizing's theorems for graphings (Forum Mathematics Sigma, 2016)
- Harmonic functions on the lattice: Absolute monotonicity and propagation of smallness (Duke Mathematical Journal, 2015)
- Li-Yau inequality on graphs (Journal of Differential Geometry, 2015)
- Quantum Tunneling on Graphs (Communications in Mathematical Physics, 2012)

#### About

### Assistant Professor Lippner in the news

Mathematics

### Mathematics professor receives NSF grant to build tools for network analysis

In a world full of networks, understanding them is surprisingly hard. This professor is working on building tools to help.

Mathematics

### Northeastern math professor’s new study models cooperative behavior of animals

Watch the video to learn about the recent study published by Professor Gabor Lippner, who has worked to create a mathematical model to study cooperative behavior among groups of animals. This study has applications that can help understand other behavioral patterns, as well as human interactions related to economic theory.

College of Science

### Mathematics professor publishes research in Nature

Mathematics professor Gabor Lippner has been researching an evolutionary model that aims to explain cooperative behavior observed in nature.