Edward F. Aboufadel is an American mathematician[1] currently Professor at Grand Valley State University and an Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.[2]

He earned his B.S at Michigan State University in 1986 and his PhD at Rutgers University in 1992[3] under the supervision of Jane Cronin Scanlon.[4]

His interests are wavelets and data sets and 3D printing.[5] His highest cited paper is "Discovering wavelets"[6]

Edward Aboufadel, David Austin. A new method for computing the mean center of population of the United States. 58:1. 65–69. The Professional Geographer. 2006.
Merle C Potter, Jack Leonard Goldberg, Edward Aboufadel. Advanced engineering mathematics. Oxford University Press. 2005.
C Beckmann, P Wells, J Gabrosek, E Billings, E Aboufadel, P Curtiss, W Dickson, D Austin, A Champion. Enhancing the mathematical understanding of prospective teachers: Using Standards-based, grades K–12 activities. 151–163. Perspectives on the teaching of mathematics. 2004.


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Edward Aboufadel at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
"Edward Aboufadel". Retrieved December 27, 2017.
E Aboufadel, S Schlicker. Discovering wavelets. 2011. John Wiley & Sons.

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