Dr. Wachsmuth worked on Interpolation Theory and the Monge Ampere Equation in Several Complex Variables, is an avid programmer and is interested in robotics, small device programming and technology applications to teaching and learning. His web-based survey system "Asset" is used at many educational institutions and his online "Interactive Real Analysis" project is used as a resource around the world. He is also a faculty member for the pioneering certificates in Data Visualization and Analysis. He has taught classes in Calculus, Statistics, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Introduction to Programming, Computer Networks, Introduction to C and Unix, Android programming and Robotics, and - still - enjoys teaching and interacting with students tremendously. Education: Ph.D., Indiana University M.A., Indiana University B.A., Universitaet Marburg, Germany
Open source surveys with asset, Handbook of research on electronic surveys and measurements (2007)
Mobile instructional laboratory environments and their use in computing sciences (with Stefan A. Robila, Christelle Scharff, and Jeffrey L. Popyack), Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges (2008)
The term 'mobile instructional laboratory' refers to using mobile computing devices such as notebooks for...
The Tablet PC for Faculty: A Pilot Project (with Rob R. Weitz and Danielle Mirliss), Educational Technology & Society (2006)
This paper describes a pilot project with the purpose of evaluating the usefulness of tablet...