I'm a Professor of Mathematics at Northern Arizona University. I teach
all manner and level of courses and do research in several areas of pure
mathematics. Below you'll find links to my curriculum vita, abstracts and preprints of recently written articles, and a link to MathSciNet reviews of my work.
Here's my curriculum
vita. It's a little formal, but it's one way to find out a little more
of what this part of my life is about.
I helped to organize a special semester on arrangements at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley, that took place in fall of 2004. According to rumors I've heard, it is legendary around the institute for the level of collaboration and camaraderie of the participants. We all had a great time (see the "Arrangements in the East Bay" page, elsewhere in the site). Here's the conference web page.
I co-edited the conference proceedings from a workshop on arrangements in Tokyo in 1998 (the "OrlikFest"). Here's the online description with ordering information.
- Here is a link to AMS MathSciNet reviews of all of my published work, with links (which may or may not be enabled) to the original journal articles. If you want a hard copy of one of my older papers, and are unable to get it easily, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be happy to send you a reprint.
Last updated January 17, 2011.
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