Mathematical software


I have developed two software in relation to my research: Circle Packings and Harmony.

I am also helping create the Heidelberg Experimental Geometry Lab (HEGL).


Heidelberg Experimental Geometry Lab (HEGL)

At Heidelberg University and HITS, I have helped set up the Heidelberg Experimental Geometry Lab (HEGL), under the lead of Anna Wienhard. The goal of HEGL is to promote the interaction between theoretical math research and computational experimentation and visualization. HEGL provides advanced technology and hosts many undergraduate research projects.

→ Go to HEGL website



Circle Packings

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This software created by Benjamin Beeker and myself computes and shows circle packings and Riemann conformal mappings. This project is hosted on GitHub here.


Below are a few screenshots (click to enlarge):






Harmony

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This software created by Jonah Gaster and myself computes and shows equivariant harmonic maps from the hyperbolic plane \(\mathbb{H}^2\) to the hyperbolic plane \(\mathbb{H}^2\) (or in the future, hyperbolic 3-space \(\mathbb{H}^3\) and more general symmetric spaces). This project is hosted on GitHub here.


Below are a few screenshots (click to enlarge):