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

Email: eclark@uvm.edu
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  







About:
 
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


 

Projects:


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 
(For Full Thesis Click Here)
UVM SRC Spring '14
  (For poster Version Click Here)
SRC 14


Translation Valence Comparisons
 
Translation Correlation Comparisons





Interactive Translation Happiness Comparisons
TransComparison




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









     

 







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Past Courses @UVM:Koch Snowflake



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


Mathematica Labs:
Tutorial-1
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Tutorial-2
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
 
Homework
Course Syllabus

Lecture Notes