A Ph.D. and faculty member from MIT, Paul Wang (王 士 弘) became a Computer Science professor (Kent State University) in 1981, and served as a Director at the Institute for Computational Mathematics at Kent from 1986 to 2011. He retired in 2012 and is now professor emeritus at Kent State University.
Paul is a leading expert in Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (SAC). He has conducted over forty research projects funded by government and industry, published eleven Computer Science textbooks, most also translated into foreign languages, and released many software tools. He received the Ohio Governor's Award for University Faculty Entrepreneurship (2001). Paul supervised 14 Ph.D. and over 26 Master-degree students.
Paul's main research interests include Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (SAC), polynomial factoring and GCD algorithms, automatic code generation, Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation (IAMC), enabling technologies for and classroom delivery of Web-based Mathematics Education (WME), as well as parallel and distributed SAC. Paul has made significant contributions to many parts of the MAXIMA computer algebra system.
Web technologies (XML, MathML, SVG, HTML5, Web services, protocols, server-side and slient-side scripting) and their applications to communication and interoperability of mathematics and support of mathematics education.
Web-based Mathematics Editor: MathEdit
Many aspects of Symbolic Computation: univariate and multivariate polynomial factorization and GCD algorithms, p-adic lifting algorithms, modular algorithms, linear algebra, heuristics for definite integration, limits, complex simplification, generating Fortran, LaTeX, and MathML codes.
See this Internet Scout selected live demo for some fun capabilities.
Research collaboration with the WME and MKM Group at Lanzhou University and others in China.
Summer Special Short Course on
Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5,
HFUT, Hefei, China, July 7 to 22, 2015.
Invited Keynote speech,
計算思維的重要性和推廣, Dalian, China, July 29, 2015. See these pictures.
New textbook (to appear) "From Computing to Computational Thinking" to be published by CRC Press, Fall 2015.
Launching the COMPUTIZE.ORG site for learning computational thinking. Spring 2015
Launching the Five Things Nobody Can Do for You learning philosophy site, Sept. 11, 2013
Research academic tour in China August 13--29, 2012: Beijing, LanZhou University, and HFUT. See these pictures.
Paul has been in the IT consulting business since he established sofpower.com in the early 1980s. Services include on-site custom training courses, website planning and development, project review, and technical management support.
Sofpower clients include:
- B.F. Goodrich R&D Center, Cleveland, OH
- BP (America) Research, Warrensville, OH
- General Motors Research Labs, Detroit, MI
- Goodyear Tire and Rubber, Akron, OH
- Hewlett-Packard Research Labs, Palo Alto, CA
- Institute for Information Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Republic of China.
- Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems, Akron, OH
- NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH
- Picker International, Cleveland, OH
- Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA
- UNDP--United Nations Development Program
- Westfield Companies, Westfield Center, OH
Paul welcomes your IT consulting inquiries. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul is president of webtong.com, a Web Design and Development company established in 2001 (Ohio Governor's Award for University Faculty Entrepreneurship, 2001). Paul brings great technical expertise as well as knowledge of practical applications to Web development.
He has taught Web design and programming for more than 10 years and has published two textbooks on the subject. The Web development team at webtong.com has great experience in designing and building highly functional and attractive websites that actually help small businesses grow and prosper.
If you need help with starting or updating your website, please don't hesitate to contact Paul at email@example.com