I've been in Silicon Valley since 1980. The Angel Investing section lists some of the resources I have used to reach my corporate and financial goals, as well as what I expect from the teams I invest in.
I have corresponded since 1978 with Hellmut D. Scholtz
about subjects ranging from Blackjack systems to quantitative finance. Recently, I wrote software models and translated a paper discussing one of his latest ideas: improving portfolio performance within the framework of Modern Portfolio Theory
by extending the central equation in the Single-index Asset Pricing Model
The Quantitative Finance
section discusses issues in this area and lists some resources.
I have mentored both Sabrina Paseman
and Katherine Paseman
's research in non-invasive blood analysis, which ranged from lab bench testing of blood fluorescence to extending the light absorption and scattering equations of Samsung
and Steinke and Shepard
. Later, Charlie Conklin
and I addressed issues that arose while utilizing an Arduino microprocessor as a medical device platform.
The Medical Research
section indexes this work.