Tony Loeser

Graduate student at: Knowledge Systems Laboratory
Computer Science Department
Stanford University
Office address: Gates 250,
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305
Telephone: (650) 723-6707

Research interests: My current studies represent a shift in research direction, into the field of artificial intelligence. Here, I work in Richard Fikes' group, on the How Things Work project, in which we explore the automated modeling of physical systems. My particular focus is on abstraction and approximation of physical processes - currently with an eye towards verification of designs for electromechanical devices. Here are some preprints. While this is going on, I am pursuing a master's degree in CS from Stanford.

A shift from where? From 1991-6 I was earning my PhD in physics from Stanford, with a dissertation on photoemission spectroscopy investigations of high temperature superconductors, supervised by Zhi-Xun Shen. I did roughly half of that research at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory.

I'll be graduating in June of 1998 with the MS in computer science and PhD in physics. After a brief rest, I will start as a computer scientist at the Kestrel Institute, working on automated programming.

What else... OK, here are some publications , and a resume in HTML or postscript .