I'm Philip Apps, a consultant at Talus . I was born in London in 1969, to a mother from Zimbabwe and father from the U.K. I grew up in Chelmsford, Essex, and got my BA in mathematics at Queen's College, at Oxford University. I worked for a year at HR Wallingford as a mathematical modeller, then started a Math PhD at UC Berkeley, where I lived at International House. After a couple of years, I transferred to UW-Madison , where I got my Math PhD, with a minor in economics . My thesis topic was nonstandard analysis, and my economics courses were focused on microeconomics and game theory. I'm a supporter of the British Labour Party. My roomate in Madison was Tolya Karp.
I was a TA at Madison, and a member of the TAA , the TA's union there.
My sister Rudo Supple has a homepage.
Comments? Email me at PhilipApps@hotmail.com
Pages last changed July 17th 1999.