Andrew D. Hwang
By training I'm a complex differential geometer.
In later years I've written textbased software for creating mathematically accurate diagrams in LaTeX and a miscellany of simple webbased programs for teaching concepts from algebra, geometry, and (pre)calculus. I've also helped digitize publicdomain math, physics, and astronomy books for Project Gutenberg.
"Hwang" rhymes with "song".
 mathcs.holycross.edu/~ahwang
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