On this page we have a gathering of experts who have been kind enough to take an interest in this World Building project.

They are listed in groups as follows:

 

Dr Reed Riner

Professor Reed Riner is the designer and developer of the SolSys Simulation mentioned on the page on CONTACT. His students work together in a MUDD environment to build communities in space and on other planets.

Click here to write to him via e-mail rdr@pine.cse.nau.edu.


World Builders -- Students Who Have Actually Built Worlds



Scott Furios

Scott Furois has completed his degree in physics at Montana State University, Bozeman. He was one of the builders of Loki, and contributed especially in the area of biochemistry.


Chris Jones

Chris Jones has completing his degree in Computational Biochemistry at Montana State University, Bozeman. He was one of the builders of Loki, and contributed especially in the area of biology. He put the Loki manuscript into HTML format so that it could be shared with you.
Click here to write to him via email at cjones@rupert.montana.edu.


Teachers Who Have Actually Taught World Building

Dr William Zachry

Professor William Zachry is a professor of Psychology and Director of the Honors Program at the University of Tennessee at Martin. He has taught World Builders three times to his University Scholars classes, in 1995,1996, 1997 and 1998. His students have created twelve worlds so far! He would be glad to correspond with anyone interested.

Click here to write to him via email at zachry@UTM.Edu


Guest Speakers



          Dr John Paxton

John Paxton is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Montana State University Bozeman. His special interests are Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Life. He was one of the original Guest Professors in the first World Builder's class.

Click here to write to him via email at paxton@cs.montana.edu.


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