Greg Couch


WrapPy talk at the 1999 O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention Python Conference.

Greg's Open Source Software

Work and Hobbies

Greg Couch received a Bachelor of Science in E.E.C.S. from U. C. Berkeley in 1983 and a Masters in Computer Science from U. C. Berkeley in 1994. He has worked since 1983 at the University of California at San Francisco's Computer Graphics Laboratory, a NIH Biomedical Technology Research Center (NIH P41-RR01081). He is a member of the ACM, and of the IEEE Computer Society. He has had 3 exhibits at the Exploratorium, an interactive science museum in San Francisco, California. He also plays soccer and is a member of the National Ski Patrol.

He works on the Chimera and OTF projects. He is also the postmaster in his spare time.

Contact Information

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Computer Graphics Laboratory
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
University of California
Genentech Hall N453B, MC 2240
600 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94158-2317
(415) 476-8292
(415) 502-1755

14 April 2003 <>

You are water. You're not really organic; you're
neither acidic nor basic, yet you're an acid
and a base at the same time. You're strong
willed and opinionated, but relaxed and ready
to flow. So while you often seem worthless,
without you, everything would just not work.
People should definitely drink more of you
every day.

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