Thomas P. Witelski, Ph.D.
Graduate, Applied Mathematics, Caltech
American Express Member since 1991
"My other homepage is on a CRAY."
I am currently at Duke University, Math Dept
Resume : CV
Home : Rockaway Park, Queens, New York City
High School: Stuyvesant High School '87, New York City
Undergrad : B.S.E. Cooper Union School of Engineering '91, NYC
Prof. A. Wolf, Prof. E. Kondopirakis
Grad : Ph.D. Caltech, Dept of Applied Math '95
Prof. D. S. Cohen
Hobbies : Biking, Juggling, Being Ruthless
Profession : applied math - the scientific art of cheap and dirty tricks
Fears : Failure, Rottweilers, and sharp, pointy things
Birthday : November 1969
Job : Associate Professor, Dept of Math, Duke University, (1998-2007)
Job : at Maths Inst. University of Oxford, 2007--
Bicycle : Iggy, the 18" red, GIANT Iguana
Favorite music : the Police, Dire Straits, the Kinks
Favorite TV shows : Buffy:TVS, the Simpsons
Favorite books : A Room with a View, The Sea Wolf, Foundation
Favorite person : "Do you have somebody special in your life?"
"Yes, as a matter of fact, I do, ... ME."
Favorite ice cream: Haagen-Dazs chocolate, shaken not stirred
Theme songs : King of Pain (The Police), Time (Pink Floyd)
Favorite quote: "If you are falling off a mountain, stop screaming and
flap your arms, if that doesnt work, you can always go
back to screaming."
Some of Tom's recent projects include SSP, and XphaseD.
Read The Complete Tom Guide.
Thomas P. Witelski(95-98) Department of Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thomas P. Witelski(91-95)
Applied Math Department
California Institute of Technology
Thomas P. Witelski Department of Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology