Things I’ve made
Much of my time over the years has been spent merrily making and improving the sorts of websites and software utilities you see on this page. I used to build these for fun alongside my research software for many years, until one day they started paying the bills! If you’d like to learn more about or collaborate on any of these projects, I’d love to hear from you.
Sites around the web
Fast artistic style transfer with convolutional neural networks.
A visual representation of the primary spaces of finite elements.
Cutting-edge platform connecting investors and hedge funds.
A modern platform for computational science.
Activities to help children learn more about nature.
Interactive way to learn modern scientific computing.
Following the evolving online learning landscape.
The wiki for one of my groups at Simula Research Laboratory.
The web presence of the popular scientific computing project.
The website for my research group at the University of Michigan.
The evolution of this website since its inception.
Simple software utilities
The following tools were originally created to solve simple problems I stumbled across. I am releasing their code in the hope that they will be helpful to you too.
A command-line interface for Spotify on a Mac.
Generate galleries from Google+ albums.
A scientific package management system.
A general-purpose computer algebra system for iOS.
Finds transformation parameters relating two point clouds.
Helps track changes to multiple body parameters over time.