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[John Sullivan]
John Sullivan

Title: Post-Doctoral Fellow
Dates: July 1, 1991 - September 15, 1991
Currently at: University of Illinois, Urbanan
E-mail: sullivan@geom.umn.edu
Personal Homepage: http://www.geom.umn.edu/~sullivan/

Activities at the Geometry Center

Dr. Sullivan's research centers on finding optimal geometric structures, such as minimal surfaces, Willmore surfaces, and energy-minimizing knots. He is also interested in computational issues related to such problems.

Recently, Dr. Sullivan has been involved in the Laterna MatheMagica project, in which a sphere is everted via the Willmore flow. He has made several computer graphics images of soap films. Around 1988, he wrote a program vcs to compute voronoi diagrams in three dimensions. In 1995, he wrote a java program demonstrating stereographic projection.

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