Gregory W. Smith
I got blown out of the boat on a secret Cambodia
mission and all I got was this silly CIA Hat.
I am always on the lookout for consulting or contracting
a chemical process development engineer. If you prefer
the traditional linear approach, my regular
Resume is online along with a
longer Academic Vita.
My background is also here in hypertext form. Check out
my professional background and
my personal background.
You can check out some of the Web links
that have become a major time sink when I am logged on.
I recently revised my Web pages here to experiment with
different page layouts. My pages here let me experiment with new
options for the other Web site that I maintain for the
Southern California Section of the American Institute of
I recenty gave a
presentation to the
Linux Users of
Los Angeles meeting. The topic for my talk
was "Another Open Source Unix System:
FreeBSD." I gave
a short historical review followed by a feature comparison.
I also had a FreeBSD system available at the
meeting for a working demonstration.
I have also given talks in the past about using Open Source Unix
Systems for process control problems. An abstract and my overhead
slides from a past talk about Linux are also available here in
PDF format. The documents can be downloaded in the zip file:
cnwra95.zip. The foils for the presentation
show FORTRAN dusty deck code for the adiabatic CSTR model. The zip file
also contains C source code for the CSTR model.
You can download a free
copy of the Acrobat Reader for PDF files from
Last revised on September 14, 1998
Gregory W. Smith (WD9GAY)
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