With a Ph.D. in computational physics from McGill University, Loki Jorgenson has been active in
scientific computation, physics and mathematics, visualization, and simulation for over 20 years.
He has published in areas as diverse as philosophy, graphics, educational technologies, statistical
mechanics, logic and number theory. Dr. Jorgenson is an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Simon
Fraser University where he co-founded the Center for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics. He
has directed academic research in numerous network-centric projects from high performance computing
to telelearning, working closely with private sector partners and government. At Apparent Networks,
Dr. Jorgenson is responsible for leading their efforts in critical research areas such as high
performance applications, wireless and VoIP, expert systems, and intelligent networks in
collaboration with international thought leaders and as a corporate member of Internet2.