Oliver Knill is a Swiss born mathematician who has been using computer algebra systems since 1984, when using "Cayley", the predecessor of "Magma", "Macsyma" and "Reduce" as an undergraduate course assistant at ETH Zuerich. He is using Mathematica since 1988, both for teaching and research. Oliver first taught at ETH, Caltech and the University of Arizona. After spending three years with a Swiss national science research fellowship at UT Austin, he teaches since 2000 at the Harvard mathematics department. While trained in dynamical systems theory and mathematical physics, he currently explores more topics in discrete mathematics.
LOCATION: Cambridge, MA
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