The Thinker

Associate Professor

Mathematics & Statistics

Cal Poly Pomona

jarock ~at~

Course Listings (Blackboard)

Office Hours: by appointment

Research Interests

  • Fractal Geometry
  • Dynamical Systems
  • Multifractal Analysis
  • RIP: Row integration by parts

Cal Poly Pomona

Other Links

Row Integration by Parts (RIP)

    RIP Channel Intro: A one-minute introduction to my RIP channel on YouTube.

    RIP playlist on YouTube: Videos featuring an introduction to Row Integration by Parts (RIP) and some examples.

    RIP Examples: A clickable summary of Row Integration by Parts (RIP) with a bunch of examples as well as the motivation and derivation of the process. Open it on your phone or mobile device.

    RIP (Star Wars): Slides from the Cal Poly Mathematics Colloquium on May the 4th, 2018, with a bunch of Star Wars references.

    RIP Exercises: Worksheet passed out during the talk given at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, CA. See RIP Examples (above) for solutions.

Selected Publications (on arXiv)

A maximum of three disjoint closed disks of a given radius with centers in a 1-dimensional fractal known as the Quarter Fractal.

Math Links

Series 7 Courtesy of Sundberg Studio