I'm Steve Trettel, a mathematician who is also interested in computers, physics, and language.Bio GitHub Twitter
I'm currently an assistant professor at the University of San Francisco. This is both my personal and academic website, so you’ll find math I like explaining, updates on my computer graphics hobby, physics I'm learning, and some favorite meals, among other things.
Note: This website is a new redesign (as of summer 2022) for me, and my first attempt at learning hugo for site building: it’s definitely still under construction so apologies in advance for broken links or non-existent pages!
My blogging comes in two broad types, which I’ll call posts, notes. Posts are planned content that I think will be of interest to others, usually of a math/physics/computer science nature. Notes are just pages in my personal notebook: containing enlightening computations and worked examples of various things, short personal writings, and interesting things I don’t want to forget. I will try hard to ensure posts are relatively free of errors, but cannot promise the same for notes - its easy to make mistakes when learning new things, and I hope risk of public embarassment is worth whatever use others may find in them.