J. K. Chu-- B.S. Physics - U. of Texas at Arlington.    M.S. Physics - Montana State U. Bozeman

Has taught math, physics, astronomy and engineering for 36+ years, 13 of those at the two-year college level. Experience with electronic learning includes a video-less distance-learning physics class he developed and ran for two years, in the mid 90s; four quarters teaching for an online college; and thirty months tutoring online. He has incorporated spreadsheet use, in all subjects, since the early 90s.

He has spent the last decade teaching high school in China, but after traveling to Kazakhstan for a 1-week skiing trip, which turned into a year and a half. Now back in the US.

Outside of education, research interest has centered on scientific computing, especially applications to fluid simulation and atmospheric science.