Dr. Papak Nabipay




Papak graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Ph.D. in Applied Economics with a minor in Mathematics. He studied Economics of the Internet and he wrote his doctoral dissertation on the economics of information goods. Papak's areas of interest include Probability Theory, Dynamical Systems, and Game Theory.


Prior to teaching at Fusion, Papak worked as a substitute teacher in the Hopkins and St. Louis Park school districts. He also has had experience as a teacher in the U of M graduate school as a teaching assistant, including teaching a summer math camp to the new graduate students in Applied Economics.

Fun Facts and Hobbies

  • Papak likes to think he can play piano. He loves classical music.
  • He used to swim and ski competitively.
  • His favorite idea of a relaxing time is either going to see an opera or skiing down a mountain.