I work in Physical Knot Theory, a
combination of traditional Topological Knot Theory with the reality of
tying knots with physical materials.
Research related links:
- I am currently a Full Professor at the University of St. Thomas.
- I was at Duquesne (pronounced `doo-cane') University from 2001-2005 as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics and from 2005-2006 as an Associate Professor. (pronounced `doo-cane').
- I was at Chatham College from 1997-2001 as an
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
- I was in graduate school (1992-1997) getting my Ph.D. in
mathematics at the University of Iowa.
- I was an undergraduate (1988-1992) at St. Olaf College
(um yah yah!).
- Prior to that, I was in high school, junior high, elementary
school, unschooled, and not yet born. I am not aware of any
prior lives (although I'm a big fan of the Albert Brooks movie
Defending Your Life which has a wonderful scene about prior lives).
Knot Theory and Knot Manipulation Software
ejrawdon [at] stthomas.edu
my first name followed by my last name [at] gmail.com
University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105