I completed my PhD at the University of Connecticut in 1981. Since then I've been on the faculty of the mathematics department at the University of Oklahoma where I'm now David Ross Professor.
My research has mostly involved low-dimensional geometry and topology and geometric group theory. I am currently interested in some very naive number theory which involves integral quadratic forms associated with right-angled Coxeter groups.
I believe that the OEIS is a fabulous tool for mathematicians, and marvel at the inspiration behind its creation!
Andy Miller Department of Mathematics University of Oklahoma Norman, OK 73019 firstname.lastname@example.org
[I can't recall, but there's a chance I may already have an OEIS account.]