[Roboteer] >> AlexLamb A fast paced, gritty, space opera based on cutting edge science, perfect for fans of Peter F Hamilton and Alastair Reynolds.Roboteer is a hard SF novel set in a future in which the colonization of the stars has turned out to be anything but easy, and civilization on Earth has collapsed under the pressure of relentless mutual terrorism.
Roboteer A fast paced gritty space opera based on cutting edge science perfect for fans of Peter F Hamilton and Alastair Reynolds Roboteer is a hard SF novel set in a future in which the colonization of the
Roboteer Author: AlexLamb
[E-Book] ↠ Roboteer | By ↠ AlexLamb
Title: [E-Book] ↠ Roboteer | By ↠ AlexLamb
About the Author
Alexander Lamb splits his time between writing science fiction, software engineering, teaching improvised theater, running business communication skills workshops, and conducting complex systems research.In his day jobs, Alex has worked on a myriad of unrelated software projects, including mobile applications for biologists and publishers, risk analysis software for banks, large scale simulation of battlefields for the US Army, hyper optimized software interfaces for major US corporations, and novel machine learning applications for Silicon Valley start ups.He has also held the position of Research Scholar in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept at Princeton University, where he worked on computer simulations of complex systems His research has spanned the simulation of gossip, the formation of human cultural norms, the arise of wealth inequality in society, new algorithms for general machine intelligence, and the modeling of the Planck length structure of spacetime He has several blogs, one focussed on behavior science and improv, the other on algorithmic approaches to physics.As an improviser, Alex has founded three theater companies and is the inventor of the archetypal improv style, a technique used to bring Joseph Campbell s theories of narrative structure to unscripted theater As Britain s foremost expert on spontaneous plotting, he has created play formats now used and enjoyed across the world from London to San Francisco.As a trainer, he has worked with CEOs, high school students, international sales professionals, astrophysicists, doctors, world class athletes, and graduate students He has twice been a speaker at ASTD International the largest business training conference in the world.Along with his novels, he has two pieces of short fiction in print, Ithrulene, a short story in the Polyphony 5 anthology by Wheatland Press He is a graduate of the Clarion West writers program and a Milford group attendee.He currently lives in Santa Cruz, California with his wife, Genevieve Graves, an award winning astrophysicist turned data scientist , and his three year old son, Thorfinn.