Dr. Philip B. Yasskin
Dr. Yasskin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Texas A&M University. Dr. Yasskin has been using computer algebra systems since the mid 1970s and Maple since 1992. He is one of the pioneers of web-based Maple applications. He is the principal author on the single and multivariable Maple lab manuals for Stewart's Calculus texts. For 4 years he supervised the Maple computer labs for the first year engineering calculus courses. Dr. Yasskin is also a Co-Director of the TAMU Summer Educational Enrichment in Math for middle school students and of the TAMU Math Circle for middle and high school students, and is the National Program Director for the Special Interest Group of the MAA on Math Circles.
Dr. Douglas B. Meade
Dr. Meade is the Director of Undergraduate Studies and an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Meade has more than twenty years of experience using Maple for both research and education, and was a pioneer in creating (legal) Internet accessible Maple-based applications. Among his publications are a textbook for freshman engineering, several online courses, and numerous Maple supplements to top-selling calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations textbooks. Dr Meade also supervises the administration of the the Math Placement Tests at the University of South Carolina.
Matthew is a 2014 graduate of Texas A&M University with summa cum laude double-majors in Computer Science and Mathematics. He is an Eagle Scout and was the 2010 Valedictorian at St. Joseph School in Bryan TX. He is the former sole-proprietor of Komputerwiz Web Design and the webmaster of this site. He now works for the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station as a Software Developer at the Texas Center for Applied Technology.