Dr. Phillip M. Feldman's home page

"Let your principles be few and fundamental." -- Marcus Aurelius

"Let your principles be few and fun." -- Phillip M. Feldman

    [OK. I don't really believe that.]


Art (Visual Arts)

Fun and Games with the English Language

Pseudoantonyms and Pseudosynonyms

Word Match (Vocabulary-Building Game)

Israeli (and International) Folk Dance

Books, Geography, History, Philosophy, Politics, Quotations, ...

Place Name Puzzle Solver, aka 'City Match'

Silly Geography Questions (for Kids)

Python Language Resources

Recreational Mathematics


USC Viterbi School of Engineering, W.V.T. Rusch Engineering Honors Colloquium

Pending publication of the 2017-2018 schedule by the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, I'm publishing the schedule for the initial lectures here. These lectures are held on the compus of the University of Southern California, in the Salvatori Computer Science Center, room 101, on Fridays from 1-1:50 pm. Contacts are Caitlin Reck, Student Moderator (creck@usc.edu), Su Warna Stevens, Program Coordinator (stev707@usc.edu) and Dr. Aluizio Prata, Faculty Director (prata@usc.edu). (Ellen Feldman—the Sep 8 speaker—is my daughter).

Aug 25, 2017: Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Service, Luz Rivas, Board of Public Works Commissioner City of Los Angeles.

Sep 01, 2017: Lessons of Leadership from the Classics, Prof. Chrysostomos L. Nikias, President, University of Southern California.

Sep 08, 2017: Treating Spinal Cord Injury via Electrical Spinal Cord Stimulation, Ellen Feldman, Fall 2013 Colloquium Moderator and PhD Candidate at the California Institute of Technology.

Sep 15, 2017: Engineering Medical Devices, Mike Lopez, Project Manager at Cianna Medical, Inc.

Sep 22, 2017: Entrepreneurial Ventures, Doug Heckmann, Investment Manager at LH Ventures.

Sep 29, 2017: Fascinating Applications of Graphene, Prof. Albert Dato, Department of Engineering, Harvey Mudd College.

Oct 6, 2017: Patenting and Commercializing Early Stage Technologies, Grace Yee, Senior Licensing Officer at University of California Riverside.


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