This site is created and managed by Bert G. Wachsmuth, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Seton Hall University. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1991, where he worked on problems related to the Monge Ampere Equation in Several Complex Variables. After spending one year as Visiting Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, he joined Seton Hall University in 1992.
He has been active in many technology initiatives at Seton Hall and elsewhere, including establishing the University's first web site in 1996 (see the "Wayback Machine"), serving as Acting Director of the Center for Academic Technology in 2000, initiating the Tablet PC project at Seton Hall in 2004, chairing the Research Computing committee since 2008, and - of course - teaching cool, innovative, and student-centered courses in Computer Science and Mathematics. He is also the author of top-1% rated Java applets and a widely used online survey system.
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