teaching machines


June 27, 2012 by .

This site catalogs my experiments, lectures, and research for my work as a computer science professor at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. My intended audience is my students.

My primary interests are in computer graphics and visualization and mobile software development. My curriculum vitae summarizes my professional career and contains my contact information.

I like to code and I like people too.

Caveat Reader

Some of the content here is posted by students. If any of their posted content violates copyright or licensing issues, I’d like to know about it and will respond appropriately.


  1. Dear Chris,

    My name is Martin and I am a graduate student at HEC Paris. Today, I discovered your project on Kickstarter. Congratulations for already having reached your funding goal! Really excited to see you realize your project :)

    I am conducting research regarding successful Kickstarter projects in the technology sector. Your Kickstarter project is an excellent candidate for my study. Please be so kind to devote 10 minutes of your time and join more than 160 entrepreneurs who have already filled out my survey here: http://tinyurl.com/martins-survey

    The reward for your participation is that you get the results of the study. You can compare yourself to the creative and innovative abilities of more than 160 other Kickstarter entrepreneurs. Your contribution really matters since I need at least 200 participants in order to write my thesis and graduate from business school.

    All the best for your project and thank you for your time,
    Martin Panhofer

    (You can find me on LinkedIn here: https://fr.linkedin.com/in/martinpanhofer/en)

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