I arrived at Franklin and Marshall in August, 2002.
My research is in geometric topology and finite transformation groups.
If you want to know more than that, look here.
For even more, just ask me. But fair warning: once you get me started, I
may not stop for a while!
Links to places I've been:
Franklin and Marshall
Directions to Franklin and Marshall
University Department of Mathematics & Statistics. (Past)
McMaster "Daily News" (University
Travel directions to
Indiana University Mathematics
IU Bloomington Home Page.
How to get to Carnegie Hall
MathSciNet search. To make this work, you must be part of some
Information in the Mathematical Sciences Search Form
- e-MATH Home Page
Home page of the American Mathematical Society
- Topology Atlas
Meetings, reference, and exposition. Lots of point-set and
- Math department web pages.
Links to the home pages of all the math departments listed in the
1995 NRC rankings, and links to links of lots more.
- Front for the xxx
Mathematics Archive Los Alamos preprint archive.
- Eric Weisstein's online
math encyclopedia has escaped from the Evil Lawyers.
(The phrase "Evil Lawyers" does not necessarily reflect the opinions
or positions of the Board of Trustees of Franklin and Marshall College.)
Rusin's Mathematical Atlas Big and well-organized.
At its core is a collection of articles (many
taken from newsgroups) organized according to the AMS Mathematics
Subject Classification. No dancing babies; lots of plain text.
of Mathematics archive at Saint Andrew's
Sci.math.research, via Google.
- Stanford Encyclopedia of
Philosophy. Includes some discussion of philosophy of
mathematics (and OH, so much more!).
Practices" for electronic communication of mathematics.
(PDF format) Advice to
mathematicians, librarians, and publishers on how to promote the
continued viability of archived mathematical scholarship. From
the Committee on Electronic Information and Communication of the
International Mathematical Union.
- TeX resources on
Math 2000 CMS meeting at McMaster, June 10-13, 2000.
Topology of Manifolds and group actions at the CRM in
Montreal, August 2001.
- Teaching and learning mathematics
- Diversions and general interest