I studied physics and sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. I have a masters in formal logic as invariance theory and undergraduate degrees in sociology of culture and analytic philosophy from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. I studied geometric mechanics under Gerald Eldon Marsden while he was at the University of California, Berkeley mathematics department. I studied gravitation of photons and, with Professor Jianhong Wu, cellular neural networks with state-dependent delay at the Centre for Research in Earth and Space Science at York University in Toronto, Canada. I am currently developing numerical methods for solving state-dependent delay initial data problems at the University of Ljubljana departments of mathematics and computer and information science.
Project: Computational Investigations of Delayed Mobile Automaton Dynamics
Delayed mobile automata are a class of mobile automata with memory, whereby the output state is determined by considering the values of (potentially several) previous states of the center cell of a mobile automaton with memory. The dynamical consequences for the output state will of such automata will be considered as compared to the case without memory.
Mobile Automaton with Memory
Favorite Four-Color Totalistic Cellular Automaton