Links go to PDF preprints. The published versions may be available online if your institution or organization has a subscription to the journal.
- Polynomial Pick forms for affine spheres and polygons in RP2 (with Michael Wolf).
- Experiments with skinning maps (with Richard Kent).
Links go to gallery pages, most of which contain some explanation of the mathematical background:
- Math at Brown, where I was a Tamarkin Assistant Professor and NSF Postdoc for three years (2005-2008).
- Math at Rice, where I spent the 2004-2005 academic year as an NSF Postdoc.
- Math at Harvard, where I spent five years as a graduate student.
- Math and physics at Penn State, where I spent four years as an undergraduate.
- Pennsbury School District, where I was a student for nine years.
- Zometool lets you create cool polyhedral models.
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