Joseph Angus Corneli
Department of Computing
New Cross, London
SE14 6NW, UK
Doctor of Philosophy (Computing), 2014 (expected; submitted July, 2013)
Thesis: Peer produced peer learning: A mathematics case study (Supervisors: Prof. Peter Scott and Dr. Alexander Mikroyannidis).
Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics), 2002
Thesis: Double bubbles in spaces of constant curvature (Advisor: Prof. Patrick T. McDonald).
Researcher in Computational Creativity. Working with partners to develop novel concept invention techniques and assessment methodologies. Applying concept invention techniques to tasks in mathematical creativity. Writing and presentation of research papers at conference and journal level. (2013-2016, current position)
Research Assistant in the Digital Environment for Cultural Interfaces; Promoting Heritage, Education and Research (DECIPHER) EU project. Responsibilities included PHP (Drupal) and Lisp programming, and contributions to Semantic Web integration. (2013)
Member of the Board of Directors of the US-based nonprofit PlanetMath.org, Ltd., which runs a popular community-produced mathematics website serving learners at all levels. Key accomplishments include strategic planning, research, and technical work. (2008-ongoing)
Associate Member of the Technical Staff at a well-known AI firm. Devised programmatic methods for cleaning a large artificial intelligence knowledge base. (6/2003-8/2003)
Designed and facilitated “DIY Math”; “Mathematics for Game Designers”; “Open Governance and Learning” (co-organized with Marisa Ponti); and “Shaping P2PU”. (10/2010–5/2011)
Teaching Assistant for Calculus I and II; Facilitated weekly problem sessions, graded papers, and held office hours. (6/2002-8/2002, 2/2003-5/2003)
Planetary is the software system powering PlanetMath, based on Drupal 7, LaTeXML, Virtuoso and other free/open components. I am one of the main developers. (2010-ongoing)
Arxana is a hypertext system written in literate Emacs Lisp, with Common Lisp extensions. I am the main developer. (2005-ongoing)