I have a research staff position in the
University of Washington's
Department of Astronomy,
and specifically with the
N-body theory/computational group.
I'm currently working on developing nifty software tools related to our
N-body code, as well as working on various research projects.
This page is still very much under construction - slowly the blank text
below will be replaced with more links.
A short biography
My resume and publication list
If you want to know about our N-body simulations in general, visit our
group's home page.
- NVisF (formerly N-Vision),
a framework for visualizing particle data
- N-body simulations
- Magnetic field generation in stars
this page: http://www-hpcc.astro.washington.edu/staff/markiel/index.html
email: markiel at astro.washington.edu
This page last updated Jan 5 2001.