Brett van de Sande
- Essays on topics in Educational Technology
- I worked on
Andes, an intelligent tutor homework system for introductory physics.
- I helped develop Dragoon,
an intelligent tutor system for creating system dynamics models.
Introductory physics homework assignments I developed.
- CSC 491, Parallel Computing, Autumn 2004
- MAT 095, Algebra, Autumn 2002
- MAT 120, Precalculus, Autumn 2003
- MAT 307, Linear Algebra, Autumn 2002
- MAT 350, Numerical Methods, Autumn 2001
- PHY 201, College Physics, Autumn 2003
- PHY 301, Classical Mechanics, Autumn 2000
Also, I maintained the
Introductory physics lab.
- MAT 261, Calculus III, Spring 2000
- MAT 308, Abstract Algebra, Spring 2003
- MAT 405, Differential Equations, Spring 2004
- PHY 202, College Physics, Spring 2004
- PHY 333, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Spring 2003
- PHY 495, Quantum Mechanics II, Spring 2002
The transverse lattice approach to QCD
The theory of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) describes the behavior
of quarks and gluons.
In collaboration with
Simon Dalley, I have been working the transverse lattice,
a Hamiltonian approach to QCD.
list of publications from
We have studied the Lorentz group on the
One can view our results for
a poorly documented collection of
the associated computer code.
Portions of this research was supported by
Cottrell College Science Award, and
NSF grant PHY-0200060.
The computing work is motivated mainly by our
transverse lattice research.