J.F. Nystrom
J.F. Nystrom

Associate Professor
Office : ASC 2056
Phone: (231) 591-5864
E-mail Address: nystroj@ferris.edu
Website: http://myhomepage.ferris.edu/~nystroj

Dr. Jim Nystrom holds four university degrees, including a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho.  He teaches a variety of courses in Computer Science and Mathematics; including programming, computer organization, numerical analysis, discrete structures, trigonometry, and others.  His research interests include the design of algorithms for the time-domain simulation of physical phenomena, and implications associated with the quantum mind. Dr. Nystrom is the advisor for Applied Mathematics students with a Concentration in Computer Science. (Curriculum Vitae)

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho, 2000
M.S. in Physics, University of Idaho, 1996
M.S. in Computer Science, University of Idaho, 1994
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1986
University of Texas Management Institute Certificate, 1992

Representative Publications:
Random Walks of Tetrahedrons and Cubes
Ontological musings on how nature computes
On the Omni-Directional Emergence of Form in Computation
On the Random Walks of Geometrical Forms in Two-Dimensions
In Search of a Geometrical Basis for the Ubiquitous Electromagentic Energy
Universe as Computation, Modern Aether Theory, and the Funda-Mentalistic Mind

Employed at Ferris since 2007