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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation

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Cover of Elements of Complex Analysis by Louis L. Pennisi #math 📖📚

 

The best part of a rainy morning #math

 

Emily Riehl's new category theory book has some good company. It's a beautiful book by the way.

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Following @sharkgallium for an exceptionally well curated Twitter feed of and .

 
Reposted Jacob G Scott's tweet

#TheoryDivision matriculates into @UniofOxford - look out cancer: were coming for you. Two new DPhil students working in #mathoncopic.twitter.com/hHPI0ZwRY1

 

Ooh! There's an arXiv math.IT bot?! @mathITbot

 

Huzzah! John Carlos Baez is now on Twitter! @baez72033757 https://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2016/09/02/twitter/

 

Dr. Miller has announced the text for Introduction to Complex Analysis @uclaextension http://boffosocko.com/2016/07/25/introduction-to-complex-analysis-ucla-extension/#Update

 
Reposted Jacob G Scott's tweet

#postdoc opportunities to work at the head of the spear in evolutionary #cancer #genomics #mathonco #mathevohttps://twitter.com/trevoragraham/status/768776894774992896

 

.@JSEllenberg I wish I could afford @BillGates as a book publicist...

 

What I'm Reading

 

I'm thinking that this image from @emilyriehl is how I'd like to decorate my living room. #math #heaven

 

Who else at @JohnsHopkins is on twitter? @dsavitt @edscheinerman @JHU_Math_DUS

 

Great answer to "Why do professors teach 1 + 1 and then ask you 19.8 * 76 in exams?" https://www.quora.com/Why-do-professors-teach-1-+-1-and-then-ask-you-19-8-*-76-in-exams/answer/Michael-Lamar

 

Download Anthony Knapp's free Algebra textbooks http://www.math.stonybrook.edu/~aknapp/