Friday October 28 2016
JK Contradance calling
L1 Contradance program
L2 Contradance program
L3 Contradance program
L4 Contradance program
Michael Dyck's Contradance Index
NT & Math Crypto 2016g
DfyQ 2015g (NO WEBPAGE)
Jonathan L.F. King
(The picture is a little old…I now have a
contra-danced on a
moving float in the Melrose parade.
in several ways.
There is a page with
Note that there is help available if you have
browsing or printing
Past conferences at UFMath that I have helped organize:
- Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting during 9-12 March
- An AMS Conference.
in March of 1999.
(Here is a partial list of (quite ancient)
that I have given.)
My Teaching Page
has links my schedule
to my current courses
as well as a wealth of material (exams, pamphlets)
For letters of recommendation
there is required information.
Below is a sampling of my articles; most are compressed and -unless
mentioned otherwise- are in postscript.
An almost complete list of my
papers is available, along with several preprints.
Many of the articles have
In addition, if your site subscribes to
Mathematical Reviews, then you can read MR reviews of
some of my articles
BTWay: A list of upcoming
is maintained by The Institute for Mathematical Sciences, SUNY at Stony Brook.
I do ECD (English Country Dance)
and a bit of Israeli Folkdancing (and occasionally others)
and some ballroom dancing (e.g East-coast swing, Rumba).
The creative, social, somewhat
mathematical game called Eleusis.
My Honors Calculus students at Berkeley taught me this game;
I now teach it to many of my students.
rules of Eleusis (pdf)
often lead to surprising patterns.
(Eleusis is played with cards, but it is not a
card game in
the traditional sense.)
With a high-school friend, Paul Lewis, founded our high-school's chess
club, probably in 1972. We competed occasionally with nearby
high-schools, and were soundly trounced, as they had had clubs for years.
Some 38 years went by without my much touching a chessboard, but now
both my kids play, so I have taken it up again.
Primarily, I play at the
Free Internet Chess Server (FICS);
Games are stored at the
FICS Games Database
Do folks know that there is a
UF chess club?
–there is indeed. And with its own
- I used to juggle
and unicycle a bit.
Before I entered a 2-dimensional State, I did some mild
rock climbing, particularly at
The Gunks in downstate New York. Alas, those days are gone
for me now (and so are the muscles…).
The Mathematics Genealogy Project
gives trees of Ph.D advisors.
May 1, 1994 was a happy day for me -the day I married my financée
Erin. She then asked me to
teach her how to ride unicycle.
By the way, I would like to give
to the web sites which provided some of the images on my webpages.