Eric M. Clark, M.S. fractal_pic
measure theory

Phone: 908-489-2757
Office: Farrell Hall 2nd Floor RM 204 (Trinity Campus)
Affiliates: Department of Mathematics & Statistics,
Vermont Complex Systems Center, Computational Story Lab,
Department of Surgery,
Global Health Economics Unit of the Vermont Center for Clinical and Translational Science

VACC         VCCTS         CSC  

I am an applied mathematician who is interested in implementing mathematical theory to solve real-world,  interdisciplinary problems.  My interests include (but are not limited to) Network Theory, Social Contagion, Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Evolutionary Algorithms, and Complex Systems.  Currently, I am working with the Department of Surgery at UVM to investigate  health trends on Twitter to make socio-geographical comparisons of different treatment regimens and how sentiments surrounding such health disparities are changing over time.

StoryLabComputational Story Lab



Electronic Cigarettes on Twitter: Organic Responses to Mass Social Media Marketing Campaigns         
VCBH Conference Oct '14

VCBH Ecig Poster

Multi-Lingual Valence Analysis Across 20th Century Literature and the Twittersphere

Master's Thesis: Accepted Spring '14 
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UVM SRC Spring '14
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SRC 14

Translation Valence Comparisons
Translation Correlation Comparisons

Interactive Translation Happiness Comparisons

Evoloving Multiple Gaits for a Robot using Random Boolean Networks
UVM Student Research Conference Spring '13

RBN Robots

Solar System Numerical Integration
Solar System Integrator





Past Courses @UVM:Koch Snowflake

Math 021: Z1          Summer '14
Exam 1: Due Thursday June 5
Exam 2: Due Thursday June 19
Final Exam Review

Mathematica Labs:
Lab 1
Lab-2 Tutorial
Lab 2

Math 019G: Fundamentals of Calculus I         Spring '13 
Math 019N/Q: Fundamentals of Calculus I         Fall '13

Course Syllabus
Final Exam Practice Problems

Lecture Notes
Chapter R: Algebra Review   

Ch1: Linear Functions
Ch2: Nonlinear Functions
Ch3: 3.1 - 3.3
Ch 3.3- 4.1
Ch4: 4.2-4.5
Ch 5: Extrema
Ch 6: Optimization
Unit Circle

Math 017A: Applications of Modern Mathematics            Fall '12
Course Syllabus

Lecture Notes