I truly enjoy doing courseware development,
especially with challenging concepts in science. Here are links to my development work with Director®,Shockwave®,
3D rendering and Animation, QuickTime®, and more! (Note:
most of these were not developed for the web, so they're rather large for a
web browser window)
a request for a CV.
I am devoted to my wife,
Jodi, and my
seven and a half year-old daughter, Katie, from both of whom I have learned all I will ever need
I am lucky to have such family
The Banyan Tree: A
Community School for Life: my wife and I dream of starting a special school some day.
Isosurfaces: this refers to a graphical
rendering technique I have used to spatialize complex data such as bioelectric
signals (EEG, EMG) for enhanced perceptualization.
Criticality in Human Behavior:: this is something I have been exploring over the past
few years in a low profile manner, but it may have significant relevance in
learning and behavior, both at the psychological and physiological level, especially
as it relates to the freedom to explore a novel space.
San Diego State
University: myself, my wife, and many
friends are graduates of SDSU. Work
Here are examples of my courseware development work
I am Staff Scientist at San Diego State's Education
Center on Computational Science and Engineering. I face the great challenge
of helping foster the integration of high-performance computing into the undergraduate
curriculum. The EdCenter is supported by the California
State University and the National Partnership
for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI).
Well, the future is here. One of my closest
friends, Dr. Dr. Dave Warner (M.D./Ph.D.) has been a synergy catalyst for Interventional Informatics and Distributed
Medical Intelligence, as implemented through the
Pulsar Project and MindTel.
I am also a lifelong seeker of
the truth in humor and humor in truth, whatever that is! ("There's
a seeker born every minute!" - Firesign
Theatre, 'Everything You
Know is Wrong').
The Center for Really Neat Research is sort
of a state of mind, but owes its origin to, well, he knows who he is.
I am currently co-Director of the San Diego Regional Office of the CRNR, but
then, who isn't?
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Last updated 03/16/2005 - http://www.banyantree.org/jsale/
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