W. Stephen WilsonDepartment of Mathematics and the School of Education 421 Krieger Hall Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD 21218 4105167413 wwilson3@jhu.edu

My field of interest and research is homotopy theory, generally from an algebraic viewpoint. I tend to specialize in the use and development of complex (co)bordism, BrownPeterson (co)homology and Morava Ktheory. In addition, I am a Professor in the School of Education as a result of my interest in K12 mathematics education.Linear Algebra 110.201, Spring, 2018, Course Website.Click here for my Research Papers in Mathematics.Click here for my papers on education.Click here for edited collections for which I was one of the editors.Click here for miscellaneous papers.
For my CV and educational activities.My personal Home page, where most things are.
EducationS.B. M.I.T. 1968 (officially 1969) S.M. M.I.T. 1969 Ph.D. M.I.T. 1972 under the direction of Franklin P. Peterson (19302000). Point and shoot eclipse photos at the Homotopy Theory in the Ecliptic conference
60th birthday conference stuff. Slides for my talk and photos of the conference and banquet. Keep in mind that these were mostly taken by my son Saul, which explains why there are 300+ of them. The whole collection runs about 1.3GB.
Better, we now have Nori Minami's videos of Mike Hopkins giving the lecture on Jack Morava's work at his 60th birthday conference.
The Linear Algebra Video Library is a collection of Linear Algebra videos made with the support of the Provost's office through a Gateway Science Inititative grant. This is pretty much a whole linear algebra course worth of lectures now. In addition, many videos are solutions to old linear algebra exams. However, make note, requests for videos will be considered.
My infamous Geometry Exam is available for all who are willing to take the chance. There are 3 levels of solutions. First, we have them in numerical order. Next, we have the the correct answers and, finally, the the solutions.
My lecture on Bendersky's work at his 70th birthday conference at Princeton University, April, 2015.
My lecture at the Homotopy Theory in the Ecliptic conference, August, 2017. Some History, Some Ravenel, Some Current. (Ravenel's 70th birthday conference.) 