Bert G. Wachsmuth
Dr. Bert G. Wachsmuth, associate professor of mathematics and computer Science at Seton Hall University, received his PhD from Indiana University, where he worked on problems related to the Monge Ampère Equation in several complex variables. In addition to pursuing a rigorous research program, Dr. Wachsmuth is an avid programmer and he is currently interested – aside from mathematics – in robotics, small device programming, and technology applications in teaching and learning. He has also developed an open-source online survey system and evaluation tool that is widely used to help institutions and organizations manage and deliver surveys and analyze their results. He has taught classes in calculus, statistics, real analysis, complex analysis, programming, computer networks, unix, and robotics, and – still – enjoys teaching and interacting with students tremendously.