"I only hope that we never lose sight of
one thing: that it was all started by a [drawing of a] mouse." - W.
I am a Lecturer at UWM in Milwaukee, WI.University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (UWM)
|Math 233||Section 003||Calculus III||MWF||9:30 AM - 10:45 AM CT
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|Math 205||Section 002||Introductory Finite Mathematics||TR||3:30 PM - 4:55 PM CT|
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I do not have any service scheduled for UWM currently.
(Orchid ID https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0167-670X)
My Ph.D. is in manifold topology. However, I am moving my research interests
into an application of manifold topology, specifically modeling human
motion with robotics engineering, then using the models to help other
humans -- athletes? dancers? martial artists? -- move better ("To
Become the Vic Braden/Gideon Ariel of Raitoningu Ryu Bojutsu, Hontai
Hakkei Ryu Aikijujutsu, Shushin Ryu and/or Nami Ryu Iaijutsu, Kenjutsu,
Kyujutusu, Hojutsu, and [Aiki]Jujutsu ['Samurai Martial Arts'], and
Association Football"). I have a blog related to my learning experiences
in these new areas of
math, This Week's Finds in Second-Order Ordinary Differential Equations on Manifolds and Geometric Control Theory.
I haven't yet reached a point where I am attempting to write papers on
this subject, but hope to devote considerable time to learning this new
subject in the near future.