``There is magic in the web''
Shakespeare, Othello, III iv *

Welcome to Tony Phillips' Homepage!

Your comments and suggestions are welcome:
tony at math.sunysb.edu
Professor of Mathematics
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook NY 11794-3651
(631)632-8259


(For biographical information and publication list, see Vita).

MAT 312 Spring 2014


Applied Algebra

MAT 342 Spring 2014


Applied Complex Analysis

What's New
WNIM
in Mathematics


Arts Program

Iconic Wall Project
Knots to a Mathematician:
Very short lectures on knots
by various topologists
and
  • Four Shoe Knots
  • Knotted Texts
  • A Day in the Life of a Knot (with Pam Davis)
in streaming "Illustrated Audio."

Through Mazes

to Mathematics

Self-intersections of curves on surfaces

1. Punctured Torus
2. "Pair of Pants"

Tides and tide prediction


Geometry of the Binary
Tetrahedral Group in SU(2)

Math Photo Album
including:

Fine Hall
in the Early 60s

Pictures by Jay Goldman


Symmetries in Pre-Incan
Peruvian Textiles


Songs and Calls
of some
New York State Birds.


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Tony Phillips
Math Dept SUNY Stony Brook
tony@math.sunysb.edu
January 16 2014