Christopher D. Sinclair

Current Address:
7602 Tisdale Dr.
Austin, Texas 78757
(512) 452-6914
Permanent Address:
706 Cramer Ct.
Katy, Texas 77450
(281) 492-1076

OBJECTIVE To apply tenets of computational mathematics and scientific visualization to problems arising in industry.
  • Familiarity with mathematical computation using both common programming languages and dedicated mathematical packages.
  • Experience applying ordinary and partial differential equations to physical problems.
  • Background in scientific visualization.
EDUCATION University of Arizona
Bachelor of Science August 1997
Mathematics: Comprehensive and Applied Options
Overall GPA: 3.35

University of Texas at Austin
PhD track student in Mathematics

HONORS Arizona Regents Out of State Tuition Waver; NASA Space Grant Recipient; Honors Center Research Grant Recipient;
Arizona Center for Mathematical Sciences
Responsible for research/computation involving applications of partial differential equations to physical problems.
Summer 1997 Institute for Advanced Study/Park City Mathematics Institute
The 1997 program focused on Symplectic Geometry and Topology; the geometry behind certain classes of ordinary and partial differential equations.
Summer 1996 The Geometry Center's 1996 Summer Institute
Our team was responsible for the development of software to aid the design of spacecraft trajectories by the computation and visualization of pertinent geometric structures in the solar system.
University of Arizona, Department of Mathematics Tucson, AZ
Designed educational mathematical web pages using Java and HTML for The Undergraduate Math Center.
1994-1996 University of Arizona, Department of Mathematics Tucson, AZ
Generated Figures and assisted in the typesetting of Multivariable Calculus by William McCallum, Deborah Hughes-Hallet, Andrew M. Gleason et. al.
1993-1997 University of Arizona, Flandrau Science Center Tucson, AZ
Faculty/student liaison, floor manager, planetarium console operator, laser artist.