Lee’s pending projects

December 9, 2008
by Lee Spector (lspector)

A few specific programming tasks that would help support research and development projects at Hampshire and elsewhere:

  • a version of breve in which simulations can be written in Common Lisp (under development)
  • a Push programming language library for Processing, probably using Jon Klein’s Psh implementation of Push (http://www.spiderland.org/Psh/) (open)
  • a Lisp programming library for Processing, preferably Common Lisp (there are Java implementations such as http://common-lisp.net/project/armedbear/ and others listed at http://www.is-research.de/info/vmlanguages/lisp.html) (open)
  • a parallel (cluster or GPU) physics engine for breve (open)

Some general research areas in which I am always happy to supervise work or collaborate, but they each require significant and broad skills:

  • application of evolutionary computing to problems in quantum computing
  • application of evolutionary computing to problems related to climate change
  • application of evolutionary computing to problems in mathematics
  • development, enhancement, and testing of new techniques for evolutionary computation
  • development, enhancement, and testing of “computational creativity” tools  

If you’re interested please drop me a line (lspector@hampshire.edu).



One Response to “Lee’s pending projects”

  1.   lspector Says:

    Update: my how things change in a year and a half… some of this has been done, other stuff and and new projects are in process… See http://hampshire.edu/lspector/projects.html for a more recent list of project areas…

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