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Ian Berry
Student, Tutor, and Researcher

About me:

I am a student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and working towards my bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics. I am very passionate about these subjects and am interested in just about everything they have to offer. Some of my favorite aspects are formal proofs, computational physics, and education. In my free time I like spending time with friends, playing the drums and guitar, backcountry skiing, reading, and napping.

2-D Ising Model in phase transition

Mount Washington viewed from the Hermit Lake caretaker's facility

What I’m up to:

I am currently living in Troy NY where I am studying numerical solutions to differential equations under RPI professor Dr. Henshaw and tutoring in the surrounding areas. I also hold the Philanthropy Chair at the ΑΕΠ fraternity where I work on community outreach and using the fraternity’s resources to help those in need. Recently I have started working on programming physics simulators that aim to combine computational physics and physics education. Some of these simulators can be seen on my Projects page.