Div. of Math. & Sciences Walsh U. - 2020 E. Maple St. N. Canton, OH 44720 (330)244-4696 gbarrick@walsh.edu http://www.gbarrick.net/ this document: http://www.gbarrick.net/resume2013.07.html |
229 So. Freedom St. Ravenna, OH 44266-3231 (330)298-9580 gbarrick@kent.edu |
Analysis and numerical solution of differential equations arising in computational physics. Applied new numerical methods for highly oscillatory o.d.e.'s to the optics of planar anisotropic liquid crystals. Also investigating applications of liquid crystals to optical data communication systems. See my research statement.
May 2002 |
Society for Information Display, Boston MA. Faster transfer matrix computation for LCD optics. article: in PDF. |
Jul. 1998 |
SIAM Annual Meeting, Toronto ON Canada.
Efficient Numerical Approaches for Highly Oscillatory
Solutions of an O.D.E. B.V.P. System Arising in
Liquid Crystal Display Optics. slides: in Postscript, PDF. |
Apr. 1997 | Graduate Student Senate Research Colloquium, Kent OH. Numerics for line-of-sight distances. article: in Postscript, PDF. |
Programming Languages |
Fortran, C, C++, JAVA, Matlab, Perl |
Operating Systems |
HP-UX, Linux, MS Win2K |
Packages and Libraries |
BLAS, LAPACK, Java.net, Java.awt |
Publishing |
LaTeX, HTML, CSS, XML, XSLT, JavaScript |
Numerical Analysis, Probability, Statistics, Numerical ODE's/PDE's, Real and Complex Analysis, Non-linear Optimization, Object-oriented Programming.
Prof. Michael J. Dunphy | Walsh U. Div. of Math. & Sciences | (330)490-7201 |
Prof. Philip J. Bos | K.S.U. Liquid Crystal Institute | (330)672-2511 |
Prof. Eugene C. Gartland | K.S.U. Dept. Of Mathematical Sciences | (330)672-9112 |