I co-presented a paper with Luanne Burns on "Exploration of Software Behavior with Function Extraction Technology" at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)

Concordia (video not yet releaseed) is a Concurrent Cord Architecture for processing large amounts of information using an analogy to the human neocortex structure.

I created a video for Axiom which is available on youtube. This is the first in a tutorial series.

I gave a talk on Axiom -- 30 Years of Lisp to the New York City Lisp Users Group.

An Axiom Conference was organized and run.

The conference featured a "sprint" day before the conference to gather developers together to discuss the future directions of Axiom.

I gave a talk on "Axiom -- The 30 Year Horizon"

New version of Axiom released

Axiom has been ported to a new GCL base and includes additional domain documentation.

Magnus released

Magnus is a special purpose computer algebra system to do experimental computation for researchers in Infinite Group Theory.

Feature Complete version of Axiom released

Axiom now has all of the features of the original commercial version of the system recreated and working.

Axiom, "Feature Complete" version ported to Sun Microsystems Solaris 9.

Axiom Hyperdoc re-written and released

Hyperdoc is the Axiom documentation browser. It includes the ability to execute Axiom commands and run graphics from within the browser.

Axiom algebra ported to Microsoft Windows.

Axiom Graphics re-written and released

Axiom has a strong graphics package that runs as a separate process. Multiple processes and interprocess communications as well as the graphics are now functional.

ISSAC 2004 CD conference proceedings created and distributed thru ACM

This is the first time that proceedings from any ACM conference have been made available on CD.

An invited talk at ECPI on Open Source Philosophy was given.

This lecture was based on the class notes from the Open Source class taught in the fall of 2004 at City College.

Axiom Book written and released

The original Jenks-Sutor book has been completely rewritten and released in electronic form.

Open Source Programming

Open Source Programming was a course taught in the fall semester at City College. It gave an overview of the philosophy, tools, and techniques of open source programming.

First release of Axiom with complete algebra.

Axiom consists of several independent components including the algebra, the graphics, and the hyperdoc document browser. The algebra portion has been rewritten into literate programs and released as open source.

Computation Group Theory

Helped organize the Computational Group Theory workshop and conference at City College of New York

Sept. 22-25, 2003.

Axiom was released as free and open source software in August, 2003

ISSAC 2003

Agreed to lead an effort to produce an Electronic proceedings for ISSAC 2004 on CD.

This is a cooperative effort with ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 3-6, 2003

Open Source Conference

Invited speaker: Axiom

Metz, France July 9-12, 2003

Invited speaker: Literate Programming

Metz, France July 9-12, 2003

Software for the Working Mathematician

Helped organize the Software for the Working Mathematician conference at City College of New York

May 15-16, 2003.