Welcome to my website. My email address is . If you’re looking for my work website, go here.
I currently live in San Diego and work as a graduate student in computational neuroscience with Prof. Charles Stevens.
Here is my CV.
My professional training and interests are in the areas of cognitive studies, computers, collaboration, and mathematics. See my work website.
Probably the most useful thing i’ve done for the world so far is viperre, an emacs mode that has a vi-like modal distinction between editing and movement, with an optimized keyboard layout of the movement commands.
On this site you’ll find:
Also some other archived work stuff:
Here is my calendar.
My current main project is my phd thesis, which is an analysis of the anatomy of the cerebral cortex using gene expression data from the Allen Brain Atlas. See our SFN 2010 poster and my work website.
My next project is scheduled to be http://pietrust.com
Released and no longer actively developed:
Parliamentary Procedure Helper: keeps track of what’s going on in a meeting governed by Robert’s Rules
Voice Keyboard: virtual keyboard controlled by speech recognition
WikiGateway: middleware for programmatic interaction with wikis
EasyLatex: markup software to make writing math more efficient
autoc, an Octave/MATLAB program to analyze electroneurogram traces of coupled oscillators. This is the program that was used in V3 spinal neurons are required for a robust and balanced motor rhythm during walking movements. Here is the README, which includes installation notes for Windows, for the latest version, 1.0.1.
For more of my software projects, see proj/software.
Internet Archive keeps copies of old version of web pages. Often when you hit a dead link (a 404 due to a no-longer-existing webpage), you can find an old copy of it in the Archive!
Neurodudes: a neuroscience blog that i co-founded
Someday I may have a weblog.
Thanks to Katherine for drawing my icon. This website is generated with the tool "Hugo".