Professor of Computer Science and Chemistry, Emeritus
Saepe stilum vertas, iterum quae digna legi sint scripturus, neque te
ut miretur turba labores, contentus paucis lectoribus. – Horace, Satire
Public schools in Bridgton, Maine
Bates College, B.S. (1962)
Princeton University, M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1966)
Phi Beta Kappa (1961), Sigma Xi (1966)
American Chemical Society; American Physical Society; New York
Academy of Sciences; American Association for the Advancement of Science
Studies of the structure and interactions
of proteins and of natural or bio-engineered protein
fragments using high resolution two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance
(NMR) techniques and computer modeling.
A series of in-depth books, each of which will discuss a different advanced 64-bit computer architecture, intended for a dual audience of students and professionals; see recent publications for those written thus far. Also, a supplementary text in progress for helping students in the biomedical and biological sciences with mathematical and logical reasoning.