Tile Farm is the result of a collaborative effort between programmers, high-level mathematicians, game designers, and a wide variety of educators committed to making a real difference through innovation.
Louis Romero has a BS (1975) and PhD (1981) in applied math from Caltech. He worked as a research applied mathematician at Sandia National Labs for 39 years (he received his graduate degrees under Sandia’s OYOC and DSP programs). He has published over 60 peer reviewed journal articles (with over 3000 citations) and has obtained 7 patents.
Jim Lujan – Teacher’s Pet (Passionate Educational Technologist) and Sr. Account Executive. For the past 13 years Jim has dedicated himself to the improvement of K-12 education through the use of technology, including the successful implementation of 5,000+ Promethean boards to APS, one of the largest school districts in the country.
Aaron Johnston is a business leader, enterprise consultant, and integrative design specialist constantly examining the ways in which innovation can address the unique needs, evolving demands, and complex challenges facing professionals committed to making a difference in the world.
Marilyn Davis is a Holmes Scholar and lead qualitative researcher at the Center for Education Policy Research at UNM, She has worked in education for over twenty-five years and is currently a PhD candidate at UNM in Language Literacy & Sociocultural Studies and Educational Psychology.
Elizabeth Gunderson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Temple University. She received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Chicago in 2012 and her B.A. in Computer Science & Psychology from Yale University in 2005.