My Research Interests
My primary research area is the history of mathematics,
specifically the history analysis through the mid-19th century.
My current and future research projects include:
The work of
With Ed Sandifer, I'm the editor of
Leonhard Euler: Life, Work and Legacy for which I've also written a
chapter on "Euler, d'Alembert and the Logarithm Function."
With Ed and Larry D'Antonio, I'm editor of
Euler at 300: An Appreciation
for which I've written two chapters: "The Genoese Lottery and the Partition Function," and "Three Bodies? Why not Four? The Motion of the Lunar Apsides."
With John Glaus, I have been translating the correspondence
between Euler and d'Alembert.
- With Ed Sandifer, I've done an annotated translation of Cauchy's
- With Ed Sandifer, I'm working on an annotated translation of
Analyse des infiniment petits by
- Researching the life and work of
Duncan Farquharson Gregory
with Pat Allaire, of Queensborough Community College.
- Researching the life and work of Francois-Joseph
Servois, with Salvatore Petrilli, of Adelphi University.