This home page is forever `in the process'. Please
pardon our appearance!
From Marla Bryce's Algebra class notes. I think she
"suddenly had the urge to draw [this sketch of me]"
because I look so happy, lecturing from
David Eisenbud's Commutative Algebra
With A View Toward Algebraic Geometry!
Teaching Info -- Spring 2002
OFFICE HOURS: W 1-3 *** R 3-4
This spring I am REALLY excited about my courses...
abstract of "Poncelet's Theorem in Space"
as well as (anytime soon?) ongoing notes on any aspects of
Poncelet's theorem, no holds barred. I am being pulled so deep
into the stuff that I wouldn't be surprised if I wrote
a book on it or founded a Poncelet society.
An interdisciplinary project
"Calculus with Applications
to Sciences" featuring Mathematica Notebooks
on Biology/Chemistry problems. The Notebooks are a joint
project with my
Radcliffe Research Partner Carolyn Weinberg
(Harvard '99).
Acknowledgements:
This project is part of the program
"Career Direction through Integration of
Introductory Biology and Chemistry Laboratory and Research", designated as
a national prototype by the National Science Foundation;
the Program Director is Chemistry Professor
Elizabeth Godrick; co-Principal Investigators
are Proff. R. Hausman, P. Samuel and myself.
Thanks to Sarah Tyner, CAS '99, a student in the program,
who made available her lab data.
In addition,
I am especially thankful to William R. Derrick
(University of Montana) for generously sharing his linear algebra
materials, implemented in matlab; in turn, Bill gives credit for this work
to Jenny McNulty and Mike Olear.
In 2001-2002 I am serving on the Steering Committee
of the
"Radcliffe Mentor Program"
and have three most interesting Mentees: Emmanouela Filippidi,
Isidora Milin and Chenling Zhang