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I am a quantitative software developer living in New York City. My undergraduate degree was in math, at the University of Pennsylvania. I did a Ph.D. in computer science at NYU Courant. Before that I worked as a scientific programmer in the NYU Center for Neural Science and the psychology department. Since then I have worked for financial companies to develop systems for real-time trading and portfolio management.

The idea of a “green mathematics” is intriguing to me. I hope that the research that is being conducted in parallel with Azimuth will one day contribute to a deeper understanding of the present environmental crisis. It is my hope that the forum can eventually serve as a place for a broader discussion of these ideas.

Petri net programming, Azimuth Blog, October 2012.

Petri net programming (part 2): An introduction to Stochastic Petri Nets, Azimuth Blog, December 2012.

Petri net programming (part 3): The role of differential equations, Azimuth Blog, April 2013.

Prospects for a Green Mathematics, John Baez and David Tanzer, Mathematics of Planet Earth Blog, February 2013.

~~Queryable Acyclic Production Systems~~Queryable Acyclic Production Systems, David Tanzer and Dennis Shasha, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 1999.~~, David Tanzer and Dennis Shasha, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 1999.~~

~~Queryable Expert Systems~~Queryable Expert Systems, doctoral thesis, NYU 2001, advisor Dennis Shasha.~~, doctoral thesis, NYU 2001, advisor Dennis Shasha.~~

~~A Survey of Constraint Relational Databases~~A Survey of Constraint Relational Databases, doctoral survey paper, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, November 1998.~~, doctoral survey paper, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, November 1998.~~

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