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A Research Manager at KLA-Tencore Corporation


Modeling and simulation tools for electron beam lithogrophy

“David is a real expert in 'Mathematica' programming, plus his Physics background make him the perfect expert to develop simulation software. I hired him to implement some theories on multi-particle charged particle optics and he has made great progress. I find him very personable and easy to work & communicate with. He is also patient and a good Mathematica tutor.”

–July 27, 2007
Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, Expert

Henry Percy

A Client in Materials Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory


Custom package: coding, documentation, examples, and follow-up support for a full-fledged simulation environment for reactive crack propagation in an encased explosive.

"I took a quick look over lunch hour and am quite excited. It will take me a while to assimilate all you have already done. Nice job. ... "

"The progress you have made is really exciting. I will have to discipline myself to keep working on the other things I'm supposed to do rather than give this my attention."

"...I received it, it is installed, it seems to work lovely. :) "

A Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota

Project: Consultation on custom 2-D graphics

"Many thanks for the e-mail that you sent me early this morning. It makes *many* things clearer. You make the issues *very* much clearer than any Mathematica book I've ever seen --- laying it all out very logically. It's a wonderful exposition."

"...Beautiful! "

Great job!"

Some Comments about
A WorkLife FrameWork...

Michael Kelly, Associate Professor of Finance, Stuart Graduate School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology:

"WorkLife puts Mathematica and its powerful symbolic capabilities at the center of your working life, which is where it ought to be!"

Brian G. Higgins, Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Davis:

"I have been using your WLF package for the past 5 months, and have found it to be an invaluable extension to Mathematica. What I like best about WLF is that I can now do my day to day tasks as a Professor without leaving the Mathematica environment. Let me give you some concrete examples.

"As part of my professional duties, I am the President of an international professional society. I am using WLF as a contact manager. I have set up a series of WorkLife diaries to keep track of all my activities with my executive board and our collaborating companies. My diaries keep a record of my to do lists, and all my critical contact information such as phone numbers, addresses and emails. Thus by reviewing my diary during the day while working on an unrelated Mathematica project, as I can readily manage all the outstanding tasks for the society and prepare the necessary follow-ups. In short I have found WLF an effective tool for multi-tasking!

"As a Professor of chemical engineering, I have found that WorkLife is perfect for managing my courses that I teach. What I have done is set up individual diaries for specific classes. In this way I am able to list questions students ask about homework and lectures (normally by email), and record my answers which I can then review for future class discussion. By linking my diaries to Mathematica notebooks containing my lecture notes, homework solutions etc., I have been able to develop an efficient method for tracking class material.

"I have also found a use for WorkLife diaries in my research. I use the diaries to record new research ideas, carry out preliminary computations for future publications, and track communications and references related to topics I am working on.

"I am sure sceptics may say that there are dedicated software solutions on the market for doing many of the tasks I have listed above. That is true, and I have tried out a few software packages over the years, especially contact managers and diaries. What I found frustrating is having to constantly switch between software XYZ and Mathematica to do a simple task. Your WorkLife package has simplified my life and made me more productive. I don't know how I would manage without your solution.      —Thank you"

Bob Webb: Starmist Ltd; initial reaction to installing and exploring A WorkLife FrameWork's trial license

Looks like you've implemented lots of things (and loads more) that I've meddled with for 20 minutes then gone back to older and more primitive devices. RCS [Revision Control System] without any effort, project history without searching through emails, helpful generality to allow the normal organization structure to be mashed without needing to start again... And you can get your hands dirty without needing tiresome script languages.

Another user's initial reaction to installing and exploring A WorkLife FrameWork's trial license

I am currently trying out A WorkLife FrameWork, and I suspect that it will save me a lot of time. It automates all of my currently used manual procedures for organising my web of Mathematica notebooks, and then goes 10 times further than that.

Another user's reaction to exploring A WorkLife FrameWork's trial license

Almost a year ago I bumped to WorkLife but then it didn't raise my interest. However having tried it out now I like it very much.

...in the end I decided to buy your software. It's addictive :)




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