Habilitation, Universität Hamburg, Germany

Ph.D. Universität Hamburg, Germany

Diploma (M.A.) Universität Hamburg, Germany

Office: Lowerre Academic Center, North Campus, Office 11

Phone: +41 91 986 36 55

eprisner@fus.edu

The teaching and research experience of Professor Prisner includes the University of Louisville, the University of Maryland University College (Schwäbisch Gmünd), the Technical University of Cottbus (Germany), the Technical University of Berlin, and Franklin University Switzerland. Dr. Prisner has published extensively on intersection graphs and graph-theoretic operators, to include a book on graph dynamics. A recipient of numerous research awards and grants, he also has been particularly active in integrating information technology in his teaching.

MAT 103 | College Algebra | FALL 2018 |

MAT 115T | Measuring the Alps | FALL 2018 |

MAT 200 | Calculus | FALL 2018 |

MAT 103 | College Algebra | SPRING 2019 |

MAT 109 | Introduction to Game Theory | SPRING 2019 |

MAT 200 | Calculus | SPRING 2019 |

“Best Response Digraphs for Two Location Games on Graphs”, in: *Contributions to Game Theory and Management*. Vol. IV (Petrosyan, Leon A. et al. ed.), Collected papers of the 4th international conference game theory and management (GTM 2010), June 28-30, 2010, St. Petersburg, Russia, 378-388 (2011).

Radius versus diameter in co comparability and intersection graphs, *Discrete Mathematics* 163 (1997) 109-117.

Intersection multigraphs of uniform hypergraphs, *Graphs and Comb.* 14 (1998) 363-376.

Recognizing clique graphs of directed and rooted path graphs, (joint work with Jayme L. Szwarcfiter), *Discrete Applied Mathematics* 94 (1999) 321-328.

Generalized octahedra and cliques in intersection graphs of uniform hypergraphs, *Discrete Mathematics* 206 (1999) 187-195.

Recognizing k-path graphs, *Discrete Appl. Mathematics* 99 (2000) 169-182.

Bicliques in graphs I: Bounds on their number, *Combinatorica* 20 (2000) 109-117.

Source reversal and chip firing on graphs (joint work with E. Goles), Theoret. Comput. *Sci.* 233 (2000) 287-295.

A note on k-rotation graphs, *Ars Combinatoria* 55 (2000), 289-292.

Eccentricity-approximating trees in chordal graphs, *Discrete Mathematics* 220 (2000) 263-269.

Recognizing random intersection graphs, *Discrete Math.* 223 (2000) 263-274.

Eulerian iterated line graphs and digraphs, *Discrete Math.* 236 (2001) 315-323.

Additive tree spanners, (joint work with Dieter Kratsch, Hoàng-Oanh Le, Haiko Müller, Dorothea Wagner), SIAM J. *Discrete Math.* Fall 2003

The recognition problem for line bigraphs, *Discrete Math.* 268, No.1-3, 243-256 (2003).

Additive tree spanners, (joint work with D. Kratsch, Hoang-Oanh Le, H. Mueller, D. Wagner), SIAM J. *Discrete Math.* 17 (2003) 332-340;

Selected papers from the 1st international workshop on algorithms, combinatorics, and optimization in interconnnection networks (IWACOIN'99), co-guest editor (together with Roger Labahn and Art Liestman) of a special issue of *Discrete Appl. Math.* 137, (2004) 125-236;

k-Pseudosnakes in n-dimensional Hypercubes, *Discrete Math.* 17C (2004) 237-240.

AT-free graphs: Linear bounds for the oriented diameter, (joint work with Fedor Fomin, Martin Matamala, Ivan Rapaport), *Discrete Appl. Math.* 141 (2004) 135-148.