In 1981 I was leading a small group of design engineers in the Bipolar
Memory Group at Fairchild when I started studying for a PhD in Physics
at UT Austin.
The work in my 1988 dissertation, "Information and Entropy in Strange
Attractors" is widely cited.
From 1989 to 2005, I was on the faculty of Portland State University
(Systems Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering) where I
worked on interpreting time series and taught courses ranging from
Computational Linguistics to Information Theory.
Since 2005, I have been a staff scientist at Los Alamos National
Laboratory working on computational methods for interpreting