Here is my official
faculty page at Caltech; read about my research interests.
Here's my CV and these are my publications, including links to online PDF reprints.
Or, for a reference list with citation data and searchable references and so on, try my ResearcherID page:
I am a developer and an enthusiastic user of the
for mineral-liquid equilibrium calculations in natural
Speaking of MELTS, here is
adiabat_1ph, a new front-end for flexible melting and crystallization
calculations with trace elements, pHMelts water-handling and many other features.
Looking for the
Harvard class of '91 web site?
You're getting warm.
NEW! The comprehensive curriculum in binary and ternary phase equilibria has come alive. It begins with the new binary tutorial and applet. The old applet and tutorials are here. Did you find this useful? Please
let me know; we are developing
more advanced versions and would love to have community input.
Lev Benjamin Asimow asked me to take down his baby
and link to his own page of cool stuff.
Here is an
online family tree.
It now includes relatives. It is for family only -- e-mail
paul for the password,
look around, and then e-mail him again with corrections or further information.
A fully digital recording of the Caltech-Occidental Concert Band playing
my arrangment of the last movement of
Charles Ives' 2nd symphony.
Here is the last minute or so.
Here is my collection of snowy owl pictures.
I decided to start posting my collection of accompaniment parts to
flute and piccolo music in midi format. You can play along with them to practice (if you have
the sheet music, that is).
Hebrew Calendar program!
This can tell
you the Hebrew date corresponding to any Gregorian date and also knows
all the Jewish holidays. Is Hanukah early or late next year?
|NEW! How to read the Alumni Association Sundial near Winnett Center on the Caltech campus.||
This is my computer playing 10,000 Men of Harvard
through a cheesy synthesizer. Some parts I don't know off the top of
my head are missing (any snare drummers out there want to fill me in?)
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