© Dr. Joseph Myers

Overall 2019 State High School Track and Field Top Seed, Prelims, and Finals Performances for Kansas

Top Performances by Class (Girls and Boys, 1A-6A)

Overview of Athletes by School

About Joseph Myers

Dr. Joseph K. Myers, Professor of Science and Math, is an applied mathematician specializing in inverse problems for partial differential equations. Under Distinguished Professor Victor Isakov, his completed Ph.D. dissertation, Inverse Doping Profile Analysis for Semiconductor Quality Control, was nominated for the CGS/UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award by the Council of Graduate Schools. His papers have been published in the peer-reviewed journals of Inverse Problems (IOP) and Inverse Problems and Imaging (AIMS). At Friends University, he coordinated 87 math, science, business, and technology classes for the Program for Adult College Education (PACE), created 26 new undergraduate courses and 14 graduate courses, developed the MBA Business Analytics concentration, and as project manager created the Master of Science in Cyber Security program and designed nine of its ten courses. Since 1999, Dr. Myers has written public domain computer programs driven by a passion for algorithms and optimization theory, including JavaScript engine code used by Mozilla Firefox, high-speed cryptographic functions used world-wide including by Accenture (Oct 27, 2017), MIT (Nov 7, 2015), Facebook (Dec. 2, 2012), etc., conformal mapping for true-hue color brightening, athletic analytics for all national divisions of college track and field, CGI software for web app development, and high-speed sorting and encoding algorithms for servers.