Koebe-Lib is a library for investigating inversive geometry of circles. It has facilities for representing circles / disks one the 2-sphere as well as in other geometries such as Euclidean and Oriented Projective. It includes Ken Stephenson’s CirclePack as a dependency for performing circle packing. The code is written in Kotlin and can be used as a Kotlin library. We also have a small application included called SphericalSketch which displays the 2-sphere and a python coding window and allows figures to be constructed using python.
- Collaborators: Maddie Brower (JMU), Sarah Ciresi (Georgetown’18), Quincy Mast (JMU’18)
- Koebe-Lib GitHub
Escher is a programming language for coding conformal subdivision tilings. Currently, Escher’s code resides within Koebe-Lib though it should probably eventually fork off into its own project.
- Collaborators: Angelo Luna
- KINARI. I collaborate with Ileana Streinu on the protein rigidity analysis software Kinari.
- JMU CS Interactive Hall Display. I coded the initial framework for the CS department’s interactive hall display. The goal is to have students submit additional visualizations and games.
Freshman Advising Schedule Generator. A schedule generator for
JMU Freshman Advisors that allows advisors to generate advisee
schedules for Summer Springboard with useful information like: it
takes more than 15 minutes to walk from the Physics/Chemistry
building to Memorial.
- JMU CS Core Course Connections. A visualization of the connections between various CS courses by topic coverage.