Geometry Technologies specialized in the development of scientific and mathematical software, with a focus on visualization and the use of the web to convey scientific and other technical information. Geometry Technologies originally grew out of the Geometry Center at the University of Minnesota, and eventually evolved into my solo consulting business.
Since 2007 I have been employed full time as a senior research associate at UNC Asheville's National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center, and Geometry Technologies is no longer active as a business. I maintain this web site as a record of what I have done in the past, however, and as an indication of the kind of work I like to do.
I enjoy bridging the gap between science or mathematics research, and high quality software development. I am a mathematician by training, and I bring the precision and thoroughness of a mathematical mind to software engineering. I love to bring science and math to life in software, turning scientific exploration and discovery into robust, working systems that help people understand and communicate ideas about how the world works.