Luke Titus has been a member of the Wolfram Technology Group since March 2016. Prior to joining Wolfram, he studied theoretical nuclear physics, specifically nuclear reactions and the shell structure of nuclei. In his role as a Wolfram Technology Engineer, Luke specializes in mathematics and differential equations with an emphasis on using NDSolve, the Wolfram Language function that solves differential equations.
Luke has experience as a physics lab instructor and tutor at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and Michigan State University and teaches Wolfram U courses.
Wolfram Research, Inc., Champaign, Illinois
BS in Physics, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
PhD in Theoretical Nuclear Physics, Michigan State University
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