Welcome to the wild and wacky world of 

Clark S. Lindsey! 

 Kerima and I now live in the US. However, I still collaborate with Prof. Lindblad
on projects such as our on line Java course, a book on Java for physicists,
small satellite design, and more.

Thanks for visiting me here in Stockholm, Sweden, known as the birthplace of ABBA. I'm working at the Royal Institute of Technology, commonly referred to as KTH from its Swedish name: Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (the king would have me beheaded if I called it RIT). In particular, I'm with the Particle Physics and Instrumentation Group, which is part of the KTH Physics Department, although physically we are located in the Manne Siegbahn Huset, near the Univ. of Stockholm, Frescati campus. I'm a visiting scientist with Thomas Lindblad and his Instrumentation sub-group where we work on projects like neural networks, nuclear fuel imaging, and a nano-satellite. I'm originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, home of the University of Tennessee and near the beautiful Smoky Mountain National Park
      My wife is Kerima who is from Ethiopia. She is doing research at the famous Karolinska Institute

Current weather in Stockholm

Here are some pictures from beautiful Ethiopia taken on our recent trip.

Blue Nile Falls near Lake Tana

A wedding on the grounds of Emperor Fasilades Palace in Gondor.

Stellae from the Axumite Empire in Axum.

St.Gregory in Lalibela.
One of 11 churches, each carved in a single piece from solid rock in 1200's.

A crater lake near Addis Ababa.

Explorers in Lalibela

Trail horse at crater lake near Addis Ababa
If you would like to offer me a job or are just nosy, here are my CV and publication list 
Curriculum Vitae Publications
For additional links to pages on Neural Networks, ATM, Space Exploration, 
and much, much more, see: 
My Favorite links
Framed Favorite Links  
See also the FramedReview of Hardware Neural Networks+
Extensive Space Links List

See my online lecture in 
Hardware Neural Networks
Based on a lecture given at Chalmers University in Göteborg
March 6, 1998
as part of a course in Computer Algorithms that Learn
For real excitement try out my Java demos: 
See also the Java links at our course resources page.
For more Java see our Physics Simulations with Java course:


Tired of all that cyberspace cruising? Take a break by the pool or in the country.

Or ride a rocket (original K-1 Design) : 
Or ride a skycar

Maybe you just want to horse around like I do occasionally

Checkout the eye twisters at IllusionWorks
Info on my site: 
You can usually find me at: 
Dept. of Physics - Frescati 
Royal Institute of Physics 
Frescativägen 24 
S-104 05 Stockholm 
46-8-16-10-74 (office) 
46-8-15-86-74 (fax)