Bach, Eric, Ph.D.
Professor of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin. His research interests are theoretical computer science, computational number theory, algebraic algorithms, complexity theory, cryptography, and six-string automata. Research summary, selected publications, CV in Post Script.
Baeumle-Courth, Peter, Ph.D.
Personal home page of Peter Baeumle-Courth of the applied university FHDW in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. Software developer, but scroll down for links to his other work on stochastic processes and neural networks.
Mathematician and teacher. Includes links to his doctoral dissertation and expository notes in mathematics and mathematical physics.
Dolby Laboratories, San Francisco.
French, English-language site. Research interests include algebraic number theory, especially in its algorithmic aspects. Maintains the PARI/GP free computer algebra system.
Belsky, Arkady A.
Russian, English-language site. Education materials on combinatorics, computer mathematics, paraclinical medicine. Brief biographical sketch.
New ideas on number theory and theoretical physics (English/Italian).
Director of technology for a primary school. A discussion of relationships between e, pi, and Euler's Gamma. Projects and research involving an improved approximation to e, as well as fractals, cellular automata, and mathematics education.
Math instructor at the University of Colorado at Denver. Teaching philosophy, CV, online course syllabi and mathematical lectures using slide shows and videos.
de Branges de Bourcia, Louis
Professor of Mathematics at Purdue University. Contact information, papers on the Bieberbach Conjecture, the Riemann Hypothesis, and related topics.
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