Hi again! The past couple of weeks have seen me busy getting moved from an apartment to a house and getting settled into my new role as a researcher and instructor of Calculus 3 at the Colorado School of Mines. Still, I haven't lost track of my goals for this site or its service as a growing archive of my work.
Mathematically, Prof. Greg Fasshauer and I will be working together on some exciting new theory and applications of kernel-based numerical methods for solving PDEs. More on this as we get work done and are closer to publication!
In the programming/coding realm, I've got several ideas floating around in my head:
I'll post more soon about concrete short-term milestones. Thanks for reading!
Hi all, and sorry about the delay between posts! I've been busy editing my dissertation into two manuscripts for publication with my advisor (Bengt Fornberg) over the last several weeks. Those have been recently submitted (one to the Journal of Computational Physics; the other to Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements), and I hope we'll hear back about their reception soon.
I've also opened a GitHub repository for coding projects. I'll put this on the Projects page for permanent reference - you can visit my repository at https://github.com/bradleypmartin. Everything is public for now, so feel free to check out what I've got going on! Currently I'm working through a collection of C++ tutorials to brush up and work on editing/compiling from a Linux terminal (I've done some C++ programming before, but acquired functionality has been on a sort of need-to-know basis). I also plan to include the MATLAB scripts and files from my dissertation work soon (so others can see what I was doing and maybe tinker with the code themselves).