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Fall, 2015: I teach the multivariable calculus course Math21a (Canvas for admin)), this fall as well as Math 320E in the Extension school (Canvas for admin)). New in graph geometry: Spectra of barycentric refinements:ArXiv (miniblog) as well as a a discrete Sard result. Photos Summer 2015 travels. Freshmen advising lunch.
Summer, 2015: I teach the multivariable course this summer. New in graph geometry: a Cartesian product (ArXiv). During a Santorini 2015, wrote on Jordan-Brouwer-Schoenflies theorem. Techno demos: Double pendulum and Chirikov or Game of Life demo in JS or Chladni figures for a graph. Projects in Maths21a. Run in Baltschiedertal.
Spring, 2015: After Nantucket end of year, February blizzards and snow affected also teaching. Math E320, needing some online lecture. Since I teach 21b something about Eigenvalues. Jan 12: Graphs with Eulerian Unit spheres, in graphgeometry, mini blog. Curliecue and Buffon javascript demo.
Fall, 2014: I teach the Harvard Multivariable calculus course this fall. Advising Lunch Aug 27. Tracing walks of Jean Piaget and Georges de Rham during visit in Salmenfee. Oct 5: a graph geometry update: Curvature from Graph Colorings and some variational problems in graph theory. Dec 22: some work on graph coloring [ArXiv] with mini blog [HTML], illustration [HTML], animation [YouTube] and slides [YouTube], [PDF].
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Oliver Knill, Department of Mathematics, Harvard University, One Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. SciCenter 432 Tel: (617) 495 5549, Email: knill@math.harvard.edu. twitter, youtube, vimeo, Linkedin Google plus Ello Spring 2015 office hours: M-F 4-5 PM and by appointment.