Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Computer and Information Technology

Dawn Laux

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Laux, D., Luse, A., Mennecke, B. (2016). Collaboration, connectedness, and community: An examination of the factors influencing student persistence in virtual communities. Computers in Human Behavior, 57, 452-464.
  2. Harriger, A., Townsend, G., & Laux, D. (2015). Supporting women in computing through regional conferences.  Presented at ASEE 2015 Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, WA.
  3. Mentzer, N., Jackson, A., Richards, K.A., Zissimopoulos, A.N., & Laux, D. (2015). Student perceptions on the impact of formative peer team member effectiveness evaluation in an introductory design course. Presented at ASEE 2015 Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, WA.
  4. Connolly, P., Laux, D., Mentzer, N., & Jackson+, A. (2014). Establishing a core curriculum at the college level. Proceedings of the 2014 ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Annual Conference. Terre Haute, IN.
  5. Connolly, P., Laux, D., Mentzer, N., & Jackson+, A. (2014). Development and implementation of courses to meet the requirements of a core curriculum. Proceedings of the 2014 ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Annual Conference. Terre Haute, IN.
  6. Laux, D. & Harriger, A.  (2012). Recruitment practices to engage female interest in computing.  Proceedings of the 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Baltimore, MD.
  7. Vorvoreanu, M., Bowen, E., & Laux, D. (2012).  Microblogging in the large lecture classroom:  Facilitating participation for students with high communication apprehension.  Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. San Antonio, TX.
  8. Laux, D., Luse, A., Mennecke, B. & Townsend, A. M. (2011). Adoption of Biometric Authentication Systems: Implications for Research and Practice in the Deployment of End-User Security Systems. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 21:3, 221-245.
Alejandra Magana

Journals

  1. Magana, A.J. and Balachandran, S. (accepted) Students' development of representational competence through the sense of touch. Journal of Science Education and Technology (JOST).

  2. Vieira, C., Magana, A.J., Falk, M.L. and Garcia, R.E. (accepted). Writing in-code comments to self-explain in computational science and engineering education. ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE).

  3. Magana, A.J., Sanchez, K.L., Shaikh, U.A.S., Jones, M.G., Tan, H.Z., Guayaquil, A., and Benes B. (accepted). Exploring multimedia principles for supporting conceptual learning of electricity and magnetism with visuohaptic simulations. Computers in Education Journal.

  4. Magana, A.J., and Coutinho, G.S. (accepted). Modeling and simulation practices for a computational thinking-enabled engineering workforce.  Computer Applications in Engineering Education.

  5. Magana, A.J., Ortega-Alvarez, J.D., Lovan, R., Gomez, D., Marulanda, J. and Dyke, S. (accepted). Virtual, local and remote laboratories for conceptual understanding of dynamic systems. International Journal of Engineering Education.

  6. Vieira, C., Goldstein, M. H., Purzer, Ş. and Magana, A. J. (accepted). Using Learning Analytics to Characterize Student Experimentation Strategies in the Context of Engineering Design. Journal of Learning Analytics. 

  7. Vieira, C. Aguas, R., Purzer, Ş., Goldstein, M. H., and Magana, A. J. (2016). Introducing Engineering Design Process into Colombian Engineering Programs, International Journal of Engineering Education. 32(5), p. 1-13.

  8. Vieira, C., Penmetcha, M., Magana, A.J., and Matson, E. (2016). Computational Thinking as a Practice of Representation:  A Proposed Learning and Assessment Framework. Journal of Computational Science Education. 7(1), p.21-23.

  9. Magana, A.J., Falk, M.L., Vieira, C., and Reese, M.J. (2016). A Case Study of Undergraduate Engineering Students’ Computational Literacy and Self-Beliefs about Computing in the Context of Authentic Practices. Computers in Human Behavior. 61, 427-442. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.03.025
  10. Uribe, M.R., Magana, A.J., Bakh, J.H., Shakouri, A. (2016). Computational Simulations as Virtual Laboratories for Online Engineering Education: A Case Study in the Field of Thermoelectricity.  Computer Applications in Engineering Education Journal.  DOI 10.1002/cae.21721
  11. Escobar-Castillejos, D., Noguez, J., Neri, L., Magana, A.J., and Benes, B. (2016). A Review of Simulators with Haptic Devices for Medical Training. Journal of Medical Systems. 40(4). DOI 10.1007/s10916-016-0459-8
  12. Vieira, C., Magana, A.J., Roy, A., Falk, L.M. & Reese, J.M. (2016). Exploring Undergraduate Students' Computational Literacy in the Context of Problem Solving. Computers in Education Journal. 7(1), 100-112.
  13. Alabi, O., Magana, A.J. and Garcia, R.E. (2015). Gibbs, computational simulation as a teaching tool for students’ understanding of thermodynamics of materials concepts. Journal of Materials Education. 37(5-6), 239-260. 
  14. Vieira, C. Yan, J. and Magana, A.J. (2015). Exploring design characteristics of worked examples to support programming and algorithm design. Journal of Computational Science Education. 6(1), 2-15.
  15. Bryan, L.A., Magana, A.J. and Sederberg, D. (2015). Review of Published Research on Pre-College Students’ and Teachers’ Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology Learning. Nanotechnology Reviews. 4(1), 7-32.
  16. Bagiati, A., Yoon Yoon, S., Evangelou, D., Magana, A.J., Kaloustiane, G. and Zhu, J. (2015). The International Landscape of PreK-12 Engineering Online Resources for Teachers: Global Trends. The International Journal of STEM Education. doi:10.1186/s40594-014-0015-3
  17. Magana, A.J., Taleyarkhan, M., Rivera-Alvarado, D., Springer, J., Kane, M., & Clase, K. (2014). A survey of scholarly literature describing the field of bioinformatics education and bioinformatics educational research. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 13(4), 1-33.
  18. Bot, R.L., Uribe, M.R., Magana, A.J., Mustillo, T.J., & Springer, J.A. (2014).  A study of perceptions, usability and future adoption of a web-based learning tool. International Journal of Technology Diffusion (IJTD) 5(3), 86-108.
  19. Magana, A.J. (2014). Learning Strategies and Multimedia Techniques for Scaffolding Size and Scale Cognition. Computers & Education, 72(1), 376-377.
  20. Vasileska, D., Klimeck, G., Magana, A.J. & Goodnick, S.M. (2013). Tool-Based Curricula and Visual Learning. Electronics. 17(2), 95-104.
  21. Magana, A.J., Falk, L.M. and Reese, J.M. (2013). Introducing Discipline-Based Computing in Undergraduate Engineering Education. ACM Transactions on Computing Education. 13(4), 16:1-16:22.
  22. Ringenberg T. and Magana, A.J. (2013). STEM-Based Computing Educational Resources on the Web. Journal of Computational Science Education. 4(1), 16-23.
  23. Brophy, S. Magana, A.J. and Strachan, A. (2013). Lectures and Simulation Laboratories to Improve Learners Conceptual Understanding. Advances in Engineering Education, 3(3), 1-27.
  24. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S.P. and Bryan L. (2012). An integrated knowledge framework to characterize and scaffold size and scale cognition (FS2C). International Journal of Science Education, 34(14), 2181-2203. 
  25. Magana, A. J., Newby T. and Brophy, S.P. (2012). Comparing Novice and Expert Perceptions of Interactive Multimedia Tools for Conveying Conceptions of Size and Scale. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 20(4), 441-465.
  26. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S.P. and Bodner, G.M. (2012). An Exploratory Study of Engineering and Science Students' Perceptions of nanoHUB.org Simulation Tools. International Journal of Engineering Education. 28(5). 1019-1032.
  27. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S.P. and Bodner, G.M. (2012). Student Views of Engineering Professors Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Integrating Computational Simulation Tools in Nanoscale Science and Engineering. International Journal of Engineering Education. 28(5). 1033-1045.
  28. Yang, D., Streveler, R.A., Miller, R.L., Slotta, J.D., Matusovich, H.M., & Magana, A. J. (2012). Using computer-based online learning modules to promote conceptual change: Helping students understand difficult concepts in thermal and transport science. International Journal of Engineering Education. 28(3). 686-700. 
  29. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S.P. and Bodner, G.M. (2012). Instructors Intended Learning Outcomes for Using Computational Simulations as Learning Tools. Journal of Engineering Education. 101(2). 220-243
  30. Magana, A.J. and Mathur, J. (2012). Motivation, Awareness and Perceptions of Computational Science. Computing in Science and Engineering (CiSE). IEEE Computer Society. 14(1). 74-79. 
  31. Malik, Q.H., Perova, N. Hacker, T.J. Streveler, R.A. Magana, A.J., Vgot, P.L. and Bessenbacher, A.M. (2011). Creating a Virtual Community with HUB Architecture: CLEERhub as a Case Study of User Adoption. Knowledge Management and E-Learning: An International Journal. 3(4). 665-681.
  32. Marepalli, P., Magana, A.J., Taleyarkhan, M., Sambamurthy, N. and Clark, J. (2011). SugarAid 0.2: An Online Learning Tool for Improving Engineering Exam Scores. Journal of Online Engineering Education. 2(1). 

Book Contribution

  1. Jones, M.G. and Magana, A.J. (2015). Haptic Technologies to Support Learning. In. M. Spector (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. SAGE Publications; Thousand Oaks, CA. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483346397. 
  2. Magana, A.J. (2015). Cyberinfrastructure for STEM Learning and Instruction. In. M. Spector (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. SAGE Publications; Thousand Oaks, CA. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483346397

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. Vieira, C., Roy, A., Magana, A.J., Falk, L.M. & Reese, J.M. (2016). In-code Comments as a Self-explanation Strategy for Computational Science Education. Proceedings of the 123rd ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. New Orleans, Louisiana June 26 - 29, 2016.

  2. Fennell, H, Vieira, C., Silva, G, Magana, A.J., & Garcia, R. E. (2016). The Interplay Between Engineering Students' Modeling and Simulation Practices and Their Use of External Representations: An Exploratory Study. Proceedings of the 123rd ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. New Orleans, Louisiana June 26 - 29, 2016.

  3. Seah, Y. Y., Vieira, C., Dasgupta, C., & Magana, A. J. (2016). Exploring Students' Experimentation Strategies in Engineering Design using an Educational CAD Tool. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference. Erie, PA. October 12-14, 2016.
  4. Neri, L., Escobar-Castillejos, D., Noguez, J., Shaikh, U.A.S., Magana, A.J. and Benes, B. (2015). Improving the learning of Physics concepts using haptic devices. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference. El Paso, Texas. October 21-24, 2015. 
  5. Vieira, C., Magana, A.J., Roy, A., Falk, L.M. & Reese, J.M. (2015). Exploring Undergraduate Students' Computational Literacy in the Context of Problem Solving. Proceedings of the 122th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, Washington. June 2015. 
  6. Shaikh U.A.S., Magana A.J., Vieira, C., & Garcia, R. E. (2015). An exploratory study of the role of modeling and simulation in supporting or hindering engineering students' problem solving skills. Proceedings of the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, Washington. June 2015. 
  7. Gong, Y., Yuksel, T., Magana, A.J., & Bryan, L.A. (2015). Engineering and Physics Students' Perceptions about Learning Quantum Mechanics via Computer simulations. Proceedings of the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, Washington. June 2015. 
  8. Clark, Q. and Magana, A.J. (2015). Hybrid Learning Styles. Proceedings of the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, Washington. June 2015. 
  9. Clark, Q. and Magana, A.J. (2015). Learning Styles Dynamics. Proceedings of the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Seattle, Washington. June 2015. 
  10. Hacker T.J., & Magana, A. (2014). A Framework for Measuring the Impact and Effectiveness of the NEES Cyberinfrastructure for Earthquake Engineering. Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom 2014), Singapore, December 2014.
  11. Taleyarkhan, M., Alabi, O., Magana, A.J., & Hacker, T.J. (2014). An exploratory survey on user perceptions and adoption of NEES.org. Proceedings of the 121th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Indianapolis, IN. June 2014. 
  12. Alabi, O., Magana, A.J., & Garcia, R.E. (2014). Exploring student computational practices in solving complex engineering design problems. Proceedings of the 121th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Indianapolis, IN. June 2014. 
  13. Streveler, R.A., Miller, R.L., Perova, N., Pitterson, N., Denick, D., Magana, A.J., Santiago Román, A.I., Yang, D., & Fayyaz, F. (2013). Can "emergent" language serve as an indicator of conceptual change? Bi-annual conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Munich, Ge. August, 2013.
  14. Magana, A.J. and Dyke, S.D. (2013). A Cyber-Physical Learning Environment for Networked Scaffolding in Engineering and Science. World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF). Cartagena, Colombia. September 24-27, 2013.
  15. Ogunwuyi, O., Magana, A.J. and Garcia, R.E. (2013). Work in Progress: Exploring Student Representational Approaches in Solving Rechargable Battery Design Problems. Frontiers in Education Conference. Oklahoma City, OK. October 23-26, 2013.
  16. Vieira, C. and Magana, A.J. (2013). Using Backwards Design Process for the Design and Implementation of Computer Science (CS) Principles: a Case Study of a Colombian Elementary and Secondary Teacher Development Program. Frontiers in Education Conference. Oklahoma City, OK. October 23-26, 2013.
  17. Magana, A.J., Vieira, C., Polo, F.G. Yan, J. and Sun, X. (2013). An Exploratory Survey on the Use of Computation in Undergraduate Engineering Education. Frontiers in Education Conference. Oklahoma City, OK. October 23-26, 2013.
  18. Zea, C., Magana, A.J., Lalinde, J.G. and Bueno, N. (2013) An Engineering Approach for Continuous Improvement in Engineering Education. 2nd ASEE International Forum. Atlanta, Georgia. June 22, 2013.
  19. Magana, A.J., Falk, L.M., Reese, M. and Vieira, C. (2013). Materials Science Students Perceptions and Usage Intentions of Computation. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Atlanta, GA. June 23-26, 2013.
  20. Sanchez, K., Magana, A.J., Sederberg, D., Richards, G. Jones, G. and Tan, H. (2013). Investigating the Impact of Visuohaptic Simulations for Conceptual Understanding in Electricity and Magnetism. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Atlanta, GA. June 23-26, 2013.
  21. Vieira, C. and Magana A.J. (2013) Colombian Elementary Students Performance and Perceptions of Computing Learning Activities with Scratch. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Atlanta, GA. June 23-26, 2013.
  22. Santiago-Roman, A., Ponce, A. Yang, D., Magana, A.J., Streveler, R. and Miller, R. (2012). A cross-cultural comparison study: The effectiveness of Schema Training modules among Hispanic students. Frontiers in Education Annual Conference. Seattle, WA.
  23. Harriger, A, Magana, A.J. Lovan, R. (2012). Identifying the impact of SPIRIT program in student knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions toward computing careers. Frontiers in Education Annual Conference. Seattle, WA.
  24. Ringenberg, T., and Magana, A.J. (2012). Work in progress: STEM-based computing educational resources on the web. Frontiers in Education Annual Conference. Seattle, WA.
  25. Magana, A.J., Vasileska, D. and Ahmed, Sh. (2011). Work in Progress: A Transparency and Scaffolding Framework for Computational Simulation Tools. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference. October 12 - 15, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  26. Magana, A.J., Marepalli, P. and Clark, J.V. (2011). Work in Progress: Integrating Computational and Engineering Thinking through Online Design and Simulation of Multidisciplinary Systems. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference. October 12 - 15, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  27. Magana, A.J., Streveler, R. and Barrett, N. (2011). Making Sense of Nanoscale Phenomena: A Proposed Model of Knowledge and Thinking. Proceedings of the 118th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. June 26 - 29, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  28. Magana, A.J. and Benes, B. (2011). A Guided Inquiry-Based Learning Approach to High Performance Computer Graphics Education. Proceedings of the 118th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. June 26 - 29, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  29. Magana, A.J., Santiago-Roman, A. Santiago-Santiago, N., Aceros, C., Marshall, B. and Matson, E. (2011). Students Understanding of Computational Problem-Solving Tasks. Proceedings of the 118th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. June 26 - 29, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  30. Bagiati, A., Yoon Yoon, S., Evangelou, D., Kaloustian, D., Cekic, O., Zhu, J., and Magana, A.J. (2011) Engineering in Early Education: a Multicultural Comparison of Web Resources. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June 26-29, 2011.
  31. Marepalli, P., Magana, A.J., Taleyarkhan, M.R., Sambamurthy, N., and Clark, J.V. (2010). SugarAid 0.2: An Online Learning Tool for STEM. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Information Technology in Education (CITE) Wuhan, China. December 10-11.
  32. Vasileska, D., Klimeck, G., Magana, A.J. and Goodnick, S.M. (2010). Tool-Based Curricula and Visual Learning. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on e-Learning (ECEL) Porto, Portugal. November 4-5.
  33. Streveler, R. and Magana, A. J. (2010). Thinking in a Brand New Way: Exploring the Epistemology of Nanotechnology Researchers. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education (FIE) Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. October 27-30.
  34. Magana, A. J. and Riley, D. (2010). First-year Students' Perceptions of the Societal and Ethical Implications of Nanotechnology. Proceedings of the 117th Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Louisville, Kentucky, June 20 - 23.
  35. Magana, A. J. and Garcia, R. E. (2010). FiPy and OOF: Computational Simulations for Modeling and Simulation of Computational Materials. Proceedings of the 117th Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Louisville, Kentucky, June 20 - 23.
  36. Streveler, R. A., Magana, A. J., Smith, K. and Clarke-Douglas, T. (2010). CLEERhub.org: Creating a digital habitat for engineering education researchers. Proceedings of the 117th Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Louisville, Kentucky, June 20 - 23.
  37. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S. and Bodner G. (2010). The transparency paradox: computational simulations as learning tools for engineering graduate education. Presentation at the Annual AERA Meeting: Understanding complex Ecologies in a Changing World. April 30-May 4. Denver, Colorado.
  38. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S. and Bodner, G.M. (2009), Are Simulation Tools Developed and Used by Experts Appropriate Experimentation Tools for Educational Contexts? Proceedings of the 116th Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Austin Texas. June 14-17.
  39. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S. and Newby T. (2009) Pre-service teachers perceptions of web-based interactive media: Three different tools one learning goal. Proceedings of the 20th Annual SITE International Conference. March 2 - 6, 2009. Charleston, South Carolina. Outstanding Paper Award.
  40. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S. and Bodner, G.M. (2008), Professors instructional approaches and students perceptions of nanoHUB simulations as learning tools. Proceedings of the 115th Annual ASEE Conference and Exposition. June 22-25.
  41. Magana, A.J., Brophy, S. and Newby T. (2008), Scaffolding students conceptions of proportional size and scale cognition with analogies and metaphors. Proceedings of the 115th Annual ASEE Conference and Exposition. June 22-25.

Invited Scholarly Presentations

  1. Magana, A.J. (2016). Toward a Framework for Integrating Modeling and Simulation Practices in Undergraduate Engineering Education. Engineering education research seminar at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. September 23rd, 2016.

  2. Magana, A.J. (2016). Characterizing Modeling and Simulation Practices in Science and Engineering Education. Speaker at the Modeling and Model-Based Reasoning in STEM Conference. West Lafayette, IN. August 26th, 2016. https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/modeling-in-stem-conference/

  3. Magana, A.J. (2015).  Modeling and Simulation Practices for Science and Engineering Education.  Keynote speaker at the Interactive Collaborative and Blended Learning (ICBL 2015). Mexico City, Mexico. December 10th, 2015. http://icbl-conference.org/2015/keynotes.php

  4. Magana, A.J. (2014). Characterizing and Enhancing Computational Literacy in Undergraduate Engineering Education. SES Annual Technical Meeting.  West Lafayette, IN. October 1st, 2014.

  5. Magana, A.J. (2014). Haptic technology for teaching and learning. ITaP Wireless Wednesday (mobile tech and social media) Users Group Meeting. October 29th, 2014.

  6. Magana, A.J. (2014). Cyberlearning and haptic technology: opportunities and challenges. Research Seminar presented at Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) at Mexico City. March 26th, 2014.

  7. Falk, M.L. and Magana, A.J. (2014). The Impact of Contextualized Computing for Materials Students. Professional Development Webinar presented at the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS). November 6th, 2014. http://www.tms.org/pd/webinars/impact-of-Contextualized-Computing-for-Ma...

  8. Magana, A.J. (2013). Towards an Educational Framework for the Integration of Discipline-Based Computing into Undergraduate Engineering Education. Research Seminar at the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Johns Hopkins University. October 23rd, 2013.
  9. Sanchez, K. and Magana, A.J. (2013). Investigating the Efficacy of Visuohaptic Simulations for Conceptual Understanding in Electricity and Magnetism. Physics Education Research Seminar at Purdue University. September 27th, 2013.
  10. Magana, A.J. (2013). Opportunities and Challenges for integrating Computational Simulations for Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education. Chemical Education Research Seminar at the Department of Chemistry at Purdue University. September 4th, 2013.
  11. Magana, A.J. (2013). Towards an Educational Framework for the Integration of Discipline-Based Computing into Undergraduate Engineering and Science Education. Computing Research Seminar at the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. August 26th, 2013.
  12. Magana, A.J. (2013). Research and Vision on Student Learning and Engagement and Novel Curricular Approaches in the Context of Nanotechnology and Cyberinfrastructure Colombia-US workshop on Nanotechnology in Energy and Medical Application. Medellín, Colombia. March 11 -13, 2013 (More than 200 attendees http://ingenieria.udea.edu.co/nanotec/speakers.html).
  13. Falk, M., Magana, A.J. and Reese, M. (2013). Building Computation into the Core of Materials Science and Engineering Education.  Presentation at the 4th NAMES: Materials Education Symposia. Philadelphia, PA. March 14-15, 2013. 4.
  14. Falk, M., Magana, A. J., & Reese, M. (2013). Building Computation into the Core of Materials Science and Engineering Education. Presentation at the 2013 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit, San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2013.
  15.  Magana, A.J. (2012). A Framework of Transparency and Scaffolding for Simulation-Based Engineering and Science: Toward Personalized Learning. Research Seminar. University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. March 27 and 28, 2012.
  16.  Magana, A.J. (2011). Computational Simulation Tools for Education. Research Seminar Universidad EAFIT. Medellin, Colombia. Proyecto 50 Seminar Series. October 5, 2011.
  17. Magana, A.J. (2011). Computational Simulation Tools for Education. Research Seminar Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogota, Colombia. Proyecto 50 Seminar Series. October 7, 2011.
  18. Magana, A.J. (2011). Teaching and Learning with nanoHUB Simulation Tools. Research Colloquium at Arizona State University.  March 29, 2011.
  19. Magana, A.J. (2010). Teaching and Learning with nanoHUB Simulation Tools: Transforming Research Findings into Instructional Approaches. Presentation at the Engineering Education Research Seminar Series. Purdue University West Lafayette, IN., September 30, 2010.
  20. Magana, A.J. (2010). Computational Simulations for Teaching and Learning. Research Colloquium at Ball State University at the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Ball State University Muncie, IN. March 25, 2010.
  21. Magana, A.J. (2009). Characterizing and scaffolding students' conceptions of size and scale. Presentation at the Engineering Education Research Seminar Series. Purdue University West Lafayette, IN., September 10, 2009.

 

Eric Matson
  1. Pablo Noriega, Javier Vazquez-Salceda, Guido Boella, Olivier Boissier, Virginia Dignum, Nicoletta Fo, (2006) COIN II, Coordination, Organizations, Institutions and Norms in Multi-Agent Systems. Proceedings AAMAS '06/ECAI '06. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence(LNAI) Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.
  2. Olivier Boissier, Julian Padget, Virginia Dignum, Gabriela Lindemann, Eric Matson, Sascha Ossowski,, (2006) COIN I, Coordination, Organization, Institutions and Norms in Agent Systems I, Proceedings ANIREM ''05/OOOP ''05. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence(LNAI) Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.
  3. Eric Matson, Raj Bhatnagar (2008). Knowledge Sharing Between Agents in a Transitioning Organization. Sichman, J.S., Padget, J., Ossowski, S., Noriega, P., editor, Coordination, Organization, Institutions and Norms in Agent Systems (COIN) III Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.
  4. Eric Matson (2008). Evaluation of Properties in the Transition of Capability-based Agent Organizations. Web Intelligence and Agent Systems Journal IOS Press.
  5. Scott A. DeLoach, Walamitien Oyenan and Eric Matson (February 2008). A Capabilities-Based Model for Artificial Organizations. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 16, 13-56.
  6. Eric Matson, Raj Bhatnagar (April 2008). From Sensor Networks to Sensor Organizations. Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications V Conference, SPIE Symposium on Defense \& Security 2008 Orlando, FL: SPIE.
  7. Eric Matson, Raj Bhatnagar (April 2007). Organization Capable Intelligent Sensors. Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications V Conference, SPIE Symposium on Defense & Security 2007 Orlando, FL: SPIE.
  8. Eric Matson, Raj Bhatnagar (December 2006). Properties of Capability Based Agent Organization Transition. 2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT-2006) Hong Kong, China.
  9. Eric Matson (September 2005). Abstraction of Transition Properties in Multiagent Organizations. Proceedings of the IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT 2005) Compiegne, France.
  10. Eric Matson (June 2005). Reasoning on Temporal Effects of Agent Organization Transition. Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IC-AI '05) Las Vegas, NV.
  11. Eric Matson, Scott DeLoach (April 2005). Formal Transition in Agent Organizations. IEEE International Conference on Knowledge Intensive Multiagent Systems (KIMAS '05) Waltham, MA.
  12. Eric Matson, Scott DeLoach (April 2005). Autonomous Organization-Based Adaptive Information Systems. IEEE International Conference on Knowledge Intensive Multiagent Systems (KIMAS '05 Waltham, MA.
  13. Eric Matson, Scott DeLoach, Robyn Pauly. (July - December 2004). Building Interest in Math and Science for Rural and Underserved Elementary School Children Using Robots. Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research Special Issue on Resources for Pre-college EducationUSA.
  14. Scott A. DeLoach, Eric T. Matson, Yonghua Li (August 2003). Exploiting Agent Oriented Software Engineering in the Design of a Cooperative Robotics Search and Rescue System.. The International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence,, 17 (5), pp. 817-835.
Fatma Mili

Articles

  1. J. Meyer, F. Mili, S. Ghanekar “Algorithmic Design and Evaluation of Self-Organizing Systems - with Application to 2-Dimensional Event Tracking”, to appear 2013 Journal Of Autonomous Agents And Multi-agent Systems, Springer Verlag.
  2. Sumeet Mahalda, F. Mili “Self-organizing self-adaptive network through differential elasticity”, 2013 ITERA Conference, Cinicinatti, Ohio, April 2013.
  3. J. Meyer, F. Mili, S. Ghanekar “Incentive-Based Self-Organization for 2 Dimensional Event Tracking”,  Fifth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO 2011),  October 3-7, 2011, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
  4. L. Pittiglio, M. Harris, F. Mili “Development and Evaluation of a Three-Dimensional Virtual Hospital Unit: VI-MED,” Computers, Informatics, Nursing, May 2011, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, pp. 267-271.
  5. Distributed Algorithms for Event Tracking through Self-assembly and Self-organization,
  6. F. Mili, S. Ghanekar, J. Meyer, Special Session on Biomedical and Bio-Inspired Engineering Systems II held at the 53rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS 2010),  August 1st-4th, 2010, Seattle, Washington, USA
  7. S. Ghanekar, N. Alrajei, F. Mili “Economy-Based Intruder Detection in Sensor Networks”, Book chapter in Security of Self-Organizing Networks: MANET, WSN, WMN, VANET Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, USA, 2010.
  8. F. Mili, N. Alrajei “Differential Elasticity for Network Resilience”, IEEE NAECON Bioinspired Systems and Biomedical Applications, Dayton Ohio, July 2010. IEEE Press. 
  9. F. Mili, J. Meyer, “Self-regulating Sensor Network”, 53rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits & Systems, Seattle, Washington from August 1-4, 2010. IEEE Press.
  10. Fatma Mili, Swapna Ghankear, John Meyer “Distributed Algorithms for Event Tracking through Self-assembly and Self-organization”, 53rd IEEE Int'l Midwest Symposium on Circuits & Systems Seattle, Washington from August 1-4, 2010. IEEE Press.
  11. S. Ghanekar, N. Alrajei, F. Mili “Economy-Based Intruder Detection in Sensor Networks”, Book chapter in Security of Self-Organizing Networks: MANET, WSN, WMN, VANET Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, USA, 2010.
  12. F. Mili, N. Alrajei “Adaptive Immunity Through Differential Elasticity”, ADAPTIVE 2010, 2nd International Conference on Adaptive and Self-Adaptive Systems and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal, November 21st-26th, 2010.
  13. J. Meyer, F. Mili, “Self Adaptive Selective Sensor Network Querying”, Environment-Mediated Coordination in Self-Organizing and Self-Adaptive Systems Second IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO),  October 20-24, 2008, Venice, Italy.
  14. F. Mili, J. Meyer "Adaptive Optimization in Sensor Networks" Intelligent Systems and Agents ISA 2008, July 20-24, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  15. F. Mili, S. Ghanekar, N. Alrajei, "Economic Based vs. Nature-Inspired Intruder Detection in Sensor Networks",  IEEE International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and Systems CRISIS, October 25-28, 2008.
  16. W. Herbert, F. Mili "Consistency in Real-Time Route Guidance", 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems November 16-20, 2008, New York.
  17. J. Barr, F. Mili, L. Pittiglio, M. Harris, "VI-MED: Fish-tank Approach to Nurse Practical Training.", IEEE Computer Based Medical Systems Conference, Finland, June 17-19, 2008.
  18. W. Herbert, F. Mili "Route Guidance : State of the Art vs. State of the Practice", IEEE Intelligent Vehicle 2008 Symposium, Netherlands, June 4-6 2008.
  19. F. Mili, J. Barr, M. Harris, L. Pittiglio, "Nurse Training: 3-D Game with Learning Objectives", International Conference Advances in Comp. Hum. Interaction. Ste Luce, Feb. 2008.
  20. J. Meyer, F. Mili, Elhajj “Selective Querying in Sensor Networks: Parameters and Strategies”, IEEE 21st International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications,  May 21-23, 2007, Niagara Falls, Canada.
  21. J. Meyer, G. Saxena, F. Mili,  “Adaptive Surveillance in Sensor Network Querying”,  The 2007 IEEE International Conference on Electro-Information Technology,  May 17-20, 2007, Chicago, IL.
  22. A. Youssuf, N. Alrajei, F. Mili "Information-Theory based Intruder Detection in Sensor Networks", IICAI, December 17-19, Pune, India 2007.
  23. F. Mili, J. Meyer, "Information-Theory based Query Optimization in Sensor Networks," IEEE Wireles and Optical Communications Conference, 11-14 Oct. 2006, Hangzhou, China.
  24. A. Youssuf U. Ahmad, Ch. Staff "Design of a Personalized Cognitive Trainer" ACM Southeast 2007 Conference, ACMSE 2007, March 23-24, 2007, Winston-Salem, N. Carolina, USA.
  25. F. Mili, I. Sethi, "Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Computing Research: Experience and Lessons Learned", NCUR® 21st National Conference on Undergraduate Research at Dominican University of California April 12 - 14, 2007.
  26. F. Mili, S. Ghanekar, S. Dungrani "Building and Using an Ontology of Tasks", OWL-Experience and Directions 2005, November 11-13 Galway Ireland 2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag.
  27. F. Mili, S. Ghanekar "Task Performance Analysis: Early Insight from Augmented OWL-S Ontologies", Chapter in The Semantic Web for Knowlege and Data Management: Technologies and Experiences,  2007.
  28. S. Ghanekar, F. Mili, I. Elhajj "Agile Sensor Networks Adaptive Coverage via Mobile Nodes", AAAI FLAIRS Conference, May 2006.
  29. A. Macklem, F. Mili "Formal Verification of Cognitive Models" AAAI FLAIRS Conference, May 2006.
  30. F. Mili A. Macklem "Heuristic-based Validation of Cognitive Models" ACS/IEEE AICCSA Conference, April 2006.
  31. A. Mili, F. Sheldon, F. Mili, J. Desharnais "Recoverability preservation: a measure of last resort" Innovations System Software Engineering 1: 54-62, 2005.
  32. F. Mili, W. Li "Algebraic Approach to Specifying Part-Whole Associations", AAAI FLAIRS Conference, May 2005.
  33. A. Macklem, F. Mili "Patterns and Conflicts for the Specification of Cognitive Models" International Conference on Applications of AI, Portugal, February 2005.
  34. A. Mili, F. Sheldon, F. Mili, M. Shereshevsky, J. Desharnais "Perspectives on Redundancy: Applications to Software Certification", IEEE HICCS 38, Hawaii, January 2005.
  35. A. Mili, F. Sheldon, F. Mili, J. Desharnais "Recoverability Preservation: A Measure of Last Resort" Proceedings of the PRInciples of Software Engineering (PRISE) 04, Buonos Aires, Argentina, November 22-27, 2004, Springer Verlag.
  36. A. Macklem, F. Mili "Patterns and Conflicts for the Specification and Verification of Cognitive Models" 24th Soar Workshop, June 7-11, 2004.
  37. F. Mili, K. Narayanan, L. Blackwell “Theoretical Framework for defining validity and quality in modeling”, International Conference on Information Quality, November 7-9, MIT.
  38. Z. Ma and F. Mili, “Knowledge Comparison in Design Repositories”, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 2003.
  39. F. Mili and Z. Ma, “Modeling Engineering Information with Database Models: Needs and Solutions”, IEEE Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, October 6-9, Hammamet, 2002.
  40. Z.M. Ma and F. Mili “Handling Fuzzy Information in extended Possibility-Based Fuzzy Relational Databases”, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, Vol. 17, No 10, 2002.
  41. F. Mili and M. Polis “Model Assessment for quality decisions”, Proceedings Management Information Systems, 2002, WIT Press, pp.247-257.
  42. F. Mili and Z. Ma “Eliciting and Formalizing Flexibility in Engineering Design Repositories”, Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery, November 18-22, 2002, Singapore.
  43. P. McDonald, F. Mili “Monte Carlo estimation of maintenance contracts”, Proceedings of the 17th International Forum on COCOMO and Software Cost Modeling, October 22-25, 2002, Los Angeles, CA.
  44. F. Mili, et al.  “Knowledge Modeling for Design Decisions”, Artificial Intelligence in Engineering 15 (2001) 153-164.  
  45. F. Mili, L. Blackwell, A. Gokani, “Multi-disciplinary perspective on Knowledge Quality”, Proceedings of the 14th International FLAIRS Conference, AAAI Press, Key West, Florida, pp. 315-319.
  46. F. Mili, A. Gokani, K. Fry, M. Ram, E.  Zouras, “Knowledge Modeling for Design Decisions”, Proceedings of the Workshop on Advances in Conceptual Modeling; AI in Design Conference, Worcester, MA, June 2000.
  47. F. Mili “Knowledge representation and management for engineering design”, Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium Series 2000, Stanford University, March 2000.
  48. F. Mili, K. Narayanan, D. VandenBossche, “Domain Knowledge in Engineering Design: Nature, Representation and Use” in Industrial Knowledge Management - A Micro Level Approach, R. Roy (Ed.), Springer Verlag, London, 2000, pages 55-72.  
  49. F. Mili “Managing Engineering Knowledge Federations”, in Industrial Knowledge Management - A Micro Level Approach, R. Roy (Ed.), Springer Verlag, London, 2000, pages 513-524.  
  50. F. Mili, L. Blackwell, M. Ram, K. Fry, “Multi-disciplinary Perspective on Knowledge Quality Dimensions of Knowledge Quality”, Proceedings of the FLAIRS Conference, Key West, FL, May 2001.
  51. F. Mili, K. Naryanan, V. Atluri “Modelling Framework for Collaborative Design” Proceedings of the Collaborative Technologies Workshop, Information Institute Air Force Research laboratory and Oakland University. 10-11 November 1999, pp.16-19.
  52. A. Mili, J. Deharnais, M. Frappier, F. Mili, “Verifying Objects Against Axiomatic Specifications: A Fixpoint Approach” Proceedings of the Conference on Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence, December 1998, ACM Press.
  53. F. Mili, K. Narayanan  “Domain Centered Design Support”, Proceedings of Prolamat 98, 10th International Conference of IFIP TC5, WG 5.2, 5.3. September 1998,Trento, Italy.
  54. F. Mili and K. Narayanan  “Managing and Using Domain Knowledge in Design Environments. ” Artificial Intelligence in Design, Lisbon, Portugal, July 1998. 
  55. F. Mili  “On the Formalization of Business Rules: Generic Rules for Composition, and Containment”, Second ECOOP Workshop on Precise Semantics, Eds. H. Kilov & B. Rumpe, Brussels, Belgium, pp.122-129, 1998.
  56. F. Mili, A. Mili “A Relational Logic of Algorithmic Design”, in Relational Methods in Computer Science, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1998.
  57. F. Mili “Problem Solving Reuse”, in the Proceedings of the Workshop on Software Reuse, IEEE CS Press, March 23-26, 1997, Columbus, OHIO.
  58. F. Mili  “Transformational Based Problem Solving Reuse”,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, June 17-20, 1997, Knowledge Systems Institute. 
  59. F. Mili, “User-Oriented Library Documentation” 1st International Workshop on Knowledge-Based Use and reuse of Program Libraries, Sophia Antipolis, November 1995.
  60. F. Mili, Y. L. Wong “Knowledge Level Assessment of Problem Solving Methods”.  Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, IEEE Computer Society, January 1996.
  61. H. Mili, F. Mili, A. Mili  “Software Reuse: Research Issues and Challenges”,  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, June 1995, pp:528-62.
  62. F. Mili “Data Analysis in Scientific Databases”, IEEE Conference on Tools for Artificial Intelligence, November 1993.
  63. A. Mili, J. Desharnais, F. Mili. “On The Mathematics of Sequential Decompositions”, Science of Computer Programming 20(1993) 253-289. Elsevier.
  64. J. Desharnais, A. Mili, F. Mili “A Relational Division Operator: The Conjugate Kernel”, Theoretical Computer Science, 114(1993) 247-272.
  65. F. Mili, A. Mili, “Heuristics for Constructing While Loops” Science of Computer Programming, No 18, pp67-106. 1992 Elsevier North Holland. 
  66. N. Boudrigua, A. Mili, R. Zalila, F. Mili, “A Relational Model for the Specification of Data Types' Computer Languages Vol. 17, No 2, 1992, pp101-113. Pergammon Press.
  67. F. Mili, I. Szoke, “AMSEC: Assisted Model Selection, Evaluation, and Choice”, Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, IEEE Computer Society Press, January 1992.
  68. F. Mili, F. Cioch “End-User Oriented Integration of Decision Models”, Proceedings of DSS, North Holland Press, 1990.
  69. F. Cioch, F. Mili “Information Sharing during software development and maintenance” Eighth Annual Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, Oregon, 1990.
  70. J. Desharnais, A. Jaoua, F. Mili, A. Mili “The conjugate kernel: An operator for program construction”, Workshop on constructive algorithms: the role of relations in program development, Hollum-Ameland, Netherlands, Sept 1990.
Byung-Cheol Min

Journals

  1. Daniel K. Schrader, Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, and J. Eric Dietz, "Real-time averaging of position data from multiple GPS receivers", Measurement, Vol. 90, pp. 329-337, August 2016.

  2. Byung-Cheol Min, Yongho Kim, Sangjun Lee, Jin-Woo Jung, and Eric T. Matson, "Finding the Optimal Location and Allocation of Relay Robots for Building a Rapid End-to-end Wireless Communication", Ad Hoc Networks, Vol. 39, Issue 15, pp. 23-24, March 2016.
  3. Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, and Jin-Woo Jung, "Active Antenna Tracking System with Directional Antennas for Enhancing Wireless Communication Capabilities of a Networked Robotic System", Journal of Field Robotics, 2015.
  4. Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, Jinung An, and Donghan Kim, "Improvement of Violinist Robot using a Passive Damper Device", Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems, Vol. 72, Issue 3-4, pp. 343-355, Dec. 2013.
  5. Byung-Cheol Min, John Lewis, Eric T. Matson, and Anthony H. Smith, "Heuristic Optimization Techniques for Self-orientation of Antennas in Long-distance Point-to-point Broadband Networks", Ad Hoc Networks, Vol. 11, Issue 8, pp. 2252-2263, Nov. 2013.
  6. John Lewis, Eric T. Matson, Sherry Wei, and Byung-Cheol Min, "Implementing HARMS-based Indistinguishability in Ubiquitous Robot Organizations", Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol. 61, No. 11, pp. 1186-1192, Nov. 2013. 
  7. Dong-Hoe Kim, Byung-Cheol Min, and Donghan Kim, "A Dust Detection Sensor System for Improvement of a Robot Vacuum Cleaner", Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, Oct. 2013.
  8. Cory Q. Nguyen, Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, Anthony H. Smith, J. Eric Dietz, and Donghan Kim, "Using Mobile Robots to Establish Mobile Wireless Mesh Networks and Increase Network Throughput", International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, Vol. 2012, Article ID 614532, 2012. 
  9. Byung-Cheol Min, Moon-Su Kim, and Donghan Kim, "Fuzzy Logic Path Planner and Motion Controller by Evolutionary Programming for Mobile Robots", International Journal of Fuzzy Systems, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 154-163, Sep. 2009.
  10. Byung-Cheol Min, Donghan Kim, Yoon Hyuk Kim, Ki Yeoul Kim, and Chongkug Park, "Development of Violin Self-Training Algorithm Using Fuzzy Logic", Journal of Korean Institute of Intelligent Systems, Vol. 19, No. 4, Aug. 2009. 

Book Chapters

  1. Soo Hyeok Kang, Yong Ho Kim, Byung-Cheol Min, Soon-Geul Lee, Jinung An, Donghan Kim, "Smart Floor with Learning Capability for Mobile Robot System", Recent Advances in Robotics and Automation (Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence), Vol. 480, pp. 205-215, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013.

Conferences

  1. Huanhuan Wang, Pai-Ying Hsiao, and Byung-Cheol Min, "Examine the Potential of Robots to Teach Autistic Children Emotional Concepts: A Preliminary Study", The Eight International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR), Kansas City, USA, Nov. 1-3, 2016.

  2. J​un Han Bae, Jeehwan Park, Sangjun Lee, and Byung-Cheol Min, "Tri-SedimentBot: An Underwater Sediment Sampling Robot", Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), 2016 IEEE International Conference on, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, Aug. 21-24, 2016.
  3. Kangwei Chen, Victoria Plaza-Leiva, Byung-Cheol Min, Aaron Steinfeld, and M. Bernardine Dias, "NavCue: Context Immersive Navigation Assistance for Blind Travelers," 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2016) Videos, 2016.
  4. Byung-Cheol Min, Suryansh Saxena, Aaron Steinfeld, and M. Bernardine Dias, "Incorporating Information from Trusted Sources to Enhance Urban Navigation for Blind Travelers", IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Seattle, Washington, May 26-30, 2015.
  5. Byung-Cheol Min, Aaron Steinfeld, and M. Bernardine Dias, "How Would You Describe Assistive Robots to People Who are Blind or Low Vision?", Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Extended Abstracts, 2015.
  6. Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, Anthony H. Smith, and J. Eric Dietz, "Using Directional Antennas as Sensors to Assist Fire-fighting Robots in Large Scale Fires", 2014 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS 2014), Queenstown, New Zealand, Feb. 18-20, 2014. 
  7.  Byung-Cheol Min and Eric T. Matson, "Robotic Follower System using Bearing-only Tracking with Directional Antennas", in Proc. International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA), pp. 37-58, 2014.
  8. Esther Rolf, Matt Whitlock, Byung-Cheol Min, and Eric T. Matson, "Enhancing Wi-Fi Signal Strength of a Dynamic Heterogeneous System Using a Mobile Robot Provider", in Proc. International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA), pp. 927-937, 2014.
  9. Jae-Seok Yoon, Byung-Cheol Min, Seong-Og Shin, and Donghan Kim, "GA-based Optimal Waypoint Design for Improved Path Following of Mobile Robot", in Proc. International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA), pp. 127-136, 2014.
  10. Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, and Bakytgul Khaday, "Design of a Networked Robotic System Capable of Enhancing Wireless Communication Capabilities", 11th IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR 2013), Sweden, Oct. 21-26, 2013.
  11. Sangyup Lee, Byung-Cheol Min, Dong-Hoe Kim, Jae-Seok Yoon, and Donghan Kim, "Passive RFID Positioning System Using RF Power Control", in Proc. International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA), Gwangju, Korea, Dec. 2012. 
  12. Ji Hyeon Hong, Byung-Cheol Min, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, and Eric T. Matson, "NL-Based Communication with Firefighting Robots", 2012 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), pp. 1461-1466, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 14-17, 2012. 
  13. Soo Hyeok Kang, Byung-Cheol Min, Ji Hyeon Hong, Eric T. Matson, Soon-Geul Lee, and Donghan Kim, "Novel Positioning System for Mobile Robot Using RFID Power Control", Joint Proceedings of the 13th Annual TAROS Conference and the 15th Annual FIRA RoboWorld Congress, Bristol, UK, August 20-23, 2012. 
  14. Daniel K. Schrader, Byung-Cheol Min, Eric T. Matson, and J. Eric Dietz, "Combining Multiple, Inexpensive Receivers to Improve Accuracy and Reliability", 2012 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS 2012), University of Brescia, Italy, Feb. 7-9, 2012.
  15. Byung-Cheol Min, John Lewis, Daniel K. Schrader, Eric T. Matson, and Anthony H. Smith, "Self-orientation of Antennas, Assisted by Mobile Robots, for Receiving the Best Wireless Signal", 2012 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS 2012), University of Brescia, Italy, Feb. 7-9, 2012. 
  16. Eric T. Matson, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Byung-Cheol Min, and E. Cho Wilson, "A Natural Language Exchange Model for Enabling Human, Agent, Robot and Machine Interaction", 5th International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications (ICARA 2011), Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 6-8, 2011. 
  17. Soo Hyeok Kang, Yong Ho Kim, Eun Jin Lee, Soon-Geul Lee, Byung-Cheol Min, Jinung An, and Donghan Kim, "Implementation of Smart Floor for Multi-Robot System", 5th International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications (ICARA 2011), Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 6-8, 2011.
  18. Byung-Cheol Min, Ji Hyeon Hong, and Eric T. Matson, "Adaptive Robust Control (ARC) for an Altitude Control of a Quadrotor Type UAV Carrying an Unknown Payloads", 2011 11th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS 2011), KINTEX, Gyeonggi-do, Korea, Oct. 26-29, 2011.
  19. Eric T. Matson and Byung-Cheol Min, "M2M infrastructure to integrate humans, agents and robots into collectives", Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC), 2011 IEEE, Hangzhou, China, May 10-12, 2011.
  20. Byung-Cheol Min, Hina Chaudhry, Eric T. Matson, Anthony H. Smith, and J. Eric Dietz, "Rural Energy Security using Autonomous Micro-turbine Smart Grids", 2011 IEEE Rural Power Conference (IEEE REPC), Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, April 10-13, 2011. 
  21. Jeong Wan Kim, Yong Ho Kim, Byung-Cheol Min, and Donghan Kim, "Tacit Navigation Method for Multi-Agent System", in Proc. FIRA Robot World Congress, Bangalore, India, Sep. 15-17, 2010.
  22. Byung-Cheol Min, Hee Yeul Kwon, and Donghan Kim, "Path Planning Algorithm for VTOL Type UAVs Based on the Methods of Ray Tracing and Limit Cycle", IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation (CIRA 2009), Dajeon, Korea, Dec. 2009.
  23.  Byung-Cheol Min, Chan Ho Cho, Kyung Min Choi, and Donghan Kim, "Development of a Micro Quad-Rotor UAV for Monitoring an Indoor Environment", in Proc. FIRA Robot World Congress, Incheon, Korea, Aug. 16-20, 2009.
  24. Chan Ho Cho, Byung-Cheol Min, and Donghan Kim, "A Gait Generation for an Unlocked Joint Failure of the Quadruped Robot with Balance Weight", in Proc. FIRA Robot World Congress, Incheon, Korea, Aug. 16-20, 2009. 
  25. Byung-Cheol Min, Eun Jin Lee, Soo Hyeok Kang, and Donghan Kim, "Limit-cycle Navigation Method for a Quad-rotor Type UAV", Industrial Electronics, 2009. ISIE 2009, IEEE International Symposium on, pp. 1352-1357, Seoul, Korea, July 2009.

Reports & Extended Abstracts

  1. Jun Han Bae, Dong Hun Lee, and Byung-Cheol Min, "Design and Concept of the Sediment Sampling Robot and Dynamic Buoy", IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Late-Breaking Reports, Daejeon, Korea, Oct. 9-14, 2016.
  2. Jun Han Bae, Eric T. Matson, and Byung-Cheol Min, "Towards an Autonomous Water Monitoring System with an Unmanned Aerial and Surface Vehicle Team", 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR), Late-Breaking Reports, West Lafayette, IN, USA, Oct. 18-20, 2015.
  3. Byung-Cheol Min, Aaron Steinfeld, and M. Bernardine Dias, "Towards Effective Human-Robot Interaction for Visually Imparied Adults", ICRA 2015, Late-Breaking Reports, Seattle, WA, USA, May 26-30, 2015. 
  4. Alekhya Jonnalagedda, Lucy Pei, Suryansh Saxena, Ming Wu, Byung-Cheol Min, Ermine A. Teves, Aaron Steinfeld, and M. Bernardine Dias, "Enhancing the Safety of Visually Impaired Travelers in and around Transit Stations", tech. report CMURI-TR-14-28, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, December, 2014. 

Seminars & Invited Talks

  1. Keynote speech at the 2016 International Workshop on ICT in Medicine and Health Care (ICTMHC2016), Yeongnam Univ., Korea, June, 2016.
  2. DGIST, Daegu, Korea, June, 2016. 
  3. ​Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea, June, 2016.
  4. ​Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea, May, 2016.
  5. ​Kyung Hee University, Yongin, Korea, May, 2016.
  6. IUPUI (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), Indianapolis, IN USA, March, 2016.
  7. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN USA, January, 2016.
  8. Kyung Hee University, Yongin, Korea, October, 2015.
  9. Gacheon University, Seongnam, Korea, April, 2015.
  10. Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea, April, 2015.
  11. Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul, Korea, April, 2015.
  12. Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., January, 2015.

Patents

  1. Byung-Cheol Min et al., "Method for providing guidance information based on user information", Patent No. 1011983850000, October 2012. (Korean Patent) 
  2. Byung-Cheol Min et al., "Apparatus for Cleaning Exterior Wall of Building", Patent No. 1011815400000, September 2012. (Korean Patent) 
  3. Byung-Cheol Min et al., "Walking guide Robot for blind person", Patent No. 101146- 8550000, May 2012. (Korean Patent) 
  4. Byung-Cheol Min et al., "LED Lighting Apparatus with Air Levitation System", Patent No. 1010905640000, November 2011. (Korean Patent) 
  5. Byung-Cheol Min et al., "Embedding Device for RFID Tag", Patent No. 101056 8640000, August 2011. (Korean Patent) 

 

 

Guity Ravai
  1. Purdue TLT (1999-2006). Teaching Workshops. I have attended many teaching workshops during the past few years at Purdue University., West Lafayette, IN..
  2. Craig A. Jensen (1999, 10). Appdev, Application Development Training Company. Worksop Training in Visual Basic 6.0, Chicago, IL.
  3. Behrouz Forouzan & Richard Gilberg, Entire book. (2006) A Structured approach using C++ McGraw Hill. (The authors were writing the 2nd edition to the text book. I reviewed the entire book, and submitted comments on each chapter.)
  4. Kyle Lutes, Alka Harriger, and Jack Purdum, Chapters 1 to 12. (2005) Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with C#: An Information Systems Approach Boston, MA: Course Technology. (ISBN: 0-619-21735-9)
  5. Guity Ravai and Ibrahim Baggili, (2010) Step Into Programming with Visual Basic .NET, Third Edition Kendall Hunt. (An appendix on Integrating Excel into VB.NET was added plus more examples accorss the book. )
  6. Guity Ravai and Ibrahim Baggili, (2008) Step Into Programming with Visual Basic .NET, Second Edition Kendall Hunt.
  7. Guity Ravai & Ibrahim Baggili, (2007) Step into Programming with Visual Basic .NET Kendall / Hunt.
Phillip Rawles
  1. Goldman, J.E., & Rawles*, P. T., (2004) Applied data communications: A business oriented approach (4ed) New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
  2. Rawles, P. T., (2001) Applied data communications: A business oriented approach (3ed): Instructor manual with test questions New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  3. Goldman*, J.E., & Rawles*, P. T., (2001) Applied data communications: A business oriented approach (3ed) New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  4. Rawles, P. T., (2000) Local area networks: A client/server approach (2ed): Instructor manual with test questions New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  5. Goldman*, J.E., & Rawles*, P. T. , (2000) Local area networks: A client/server approach (2ed) New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  6. Goldman*, J.E., Rawles, P. T., & Mariga, J. R., (1999) Client/server information systems: A business oriented approach New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  7. Rawles, P. T.* & Baker, K. A. (2003). Developing a public key infrastructure for use in a teaching laboratory. Proceeding of the 4th conference on information technology curriculum on Information technology education New York, : ACM Press.
  8. Rawles, P. T.* & Lei, K. (2003). Technology to enable learning: Strategic decisions on technology selections for facilitating a network/systems laboratory using real options & total cost of ownership theories.. Proceeding of the 4th conference on information technology curriculum on Information technology education. New York, : ACM Press.
  9. Herrick, R.J. (2001). Applied Electrical Engineering Handbook. New York, NY: IEEE Press. (Upon invitation Professor Rawles contributed a 90 page chapter on local area networking to this comprehensive reference targeted toward electrical and electronic engineers..)
  10. Rawles, P. T. (1999). Developing and supporting a laboratory based local area network course. 1999 IACIS Refereed Proceedings (pp.223-229). Harrisonburg, VA: International Association for Computer Information Systems.
  11. Rawles, P. T. (1998). Developing and supporting a laboratory based local area network course. 1998 IACIS Refereed Proceedings (pp.369-376). Harrisonburg, VA: International Association for Computer Information Systems.
  12. Sportak, M., et al. (1997). High performance networking unleashed. SAMS Indianapolis, IN. (Professor Rawles contributed a 29-page chapter on network administration to this handbook targeted toward the professional trade marketplace..)
  13. Harriger*, A. R., and Rawles, P. T. (October 1997). An introduction to Visual BASIC.
Julia Rayz

Book Chapters and Journal Publications:

Julia M. Taylor “Natural Language in Cyber-Physical Systems,” in Sang C. Suh, John Tanik, John N. Carbone, Abdullah Eroglu (eds), Applied Cyber-Physical Systems, Berlin: Springer, 2013

J. M. Taylor & V. Raskin, "Towards the Cognitive Informatics of Natural Language: The Case of Computational Humor," International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence, 7:3, 2013

V. Raskin & J. M. Taylor, "A Fresh Look at Semantic Natural Language Information Assurance and Security: NL-IAS From Watermarking and Downgrading to Discovering Unintended Inferences and on to Situational Conceptual Defaults," In B. Akhgar and H. R. Arabnia, Eds. Emerging Trends in Information and Communication Technologies Security, Amsterdam: Elsevier (Morgan Kaufmann), 2013

Raskin, V., Taylor, J.M., & Hempelmann, C.F., "Meaning- and Ontology-Based Technologies for High-Precision Language- and Information-Processing Computational Systems," Advanced Engineering Informatics, 27, 4-12, 2013

Taylor, J.M., & Raskin, V., "On the Transdisciplinary Field of Humor Research," Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science, 16(3), 133-148, 2013

Rezarta Islamaj Dogan, Yolanda Gil, Haym Hirsh, Narayanan C Krishnan, Michael Lewis, Cetin Mericli, Parisa Rashidi, Victor Raskin, Samarth Swarup, Wei Sun, Julia M Taylor, Lana Yeganova, “Reports on the 2012 AAAI Fall Symposium Series”, AI Magazine, 34:1, 2013

Julia M. Taylor “Ontology-Based View of Natural Language Meaning: The Case of Humor Detection,” Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 1:3, pp. 221-234, 2010

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack, “On Computational Humor,” IEEE Potentials Magazine, 29:6, pp. 9-12, 2010

Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann, and Julia M. Taylor, “How to Understand and Assess a Theory: The Evolution of the SSTH into the GTVH and Now into the OSTH,” Journal of Literary Theory, 3:2, pp. 285-312, 2009

René T. Proyer, Willibald Ruch, Julia Taylor (and 92 others), “Breaking ground in cross-cultural research on the fear of being laughed at (gelotophobia): A multi-national study involving 73 countries,” HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research, 22:1-2, pp. 253-279, 2009

Pavel Klinov, Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack, “Interval Rough Mereology and Description Logic: An Approach to Formal Treatment of Imprecision in the Semantic Web Ontologies,” Web Intelligence and Agent Systems: An international journal, 6:2, pp. 157-174, 2008

Julia M. Taylor, Pavel Klinov, Lawrence J. Mazlack, “A Description Logic Based Approach to Computational Humor,” in Salvatore Attardo, Diana Popa (eds), New Approaches to the Linguistics of Humor, Academic Printing House of Our Dunarea de Jos, Romania, 2007

Refereed Conference and Workshop Proceedings

L. M. Stuart, S. Tazhibayeva, A. R. Wagoner, & J. M. Taylor, “On Identifying Authors with Style,” IEEE-SMC Conference, Manchester, UK, 2013

L. M. Stuart, S. Tazhibayeva, A. R. Wagoner, & J. M. Taylor, “Style Features for Authors in Two Languages,” Web Intelligence Conference, Atlanta, USA, 2013

L. M. Stuart, J. M. Taylor, V. Raskin, “On a Noun-Driven Syntactic Paradigm,” Twenty-Seventh AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Bellevue, Washington, 2013

J. M. Taylor, & V. Raskin, “Natural Language Cognition of Humor by Humans and Computers: A Computational Semantic Approach,” IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics & Cognitive Computing, Fordham University, New York, NY, July 2013

L. M. Stuart, J. M, Taylor, & V. Raskin, “Computing with Prepositions: Syntax.” North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society (NAFIPS ‘13), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2013

J. M. Taylor, V. Raskin, & L. M. Stuart, “Computing with Prepositions: Semantics” North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Conference (NAFIPS ‘13), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2013

L. M. Stuart, J. M, Taylor, & V. Raskin, “The Importance of Nouns in Text Processing,” Cognitive Science Society (CogSci ’13), Berlin, Germany, August 2013

V. Raskin, L. M. Stuart, & J. M. Taylor, “Is Natural Language Ever Really Vague? A Computational Semantic View.” IEEE International Conference on Cybernetics, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2013

J. M. Taylor, “Understanding and Processing Information of Various Grain Sizes,” International Conference on Robot Intelligent Technology and Applications (RITA), Gwangju, South Korea, December 2012

J. M. Taylor, “Do Jokes Have to Be Funny: Analysis of 50 ‘Theoretically Jokes’,”. AAAI Artificial Intelligence of Humor Symposium, Arlington, VA, November 2012

Ji Hyeon Hong, Byung-Cheol Min, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, and Eric T. Matson “NL-Based Communication With Firefighting Robots,” IEEE-SMC Conference, Seoul, South Korea, October 2012

Lauren M. Stuart, Julia M. Taylor, and Victor Raskin “Towards Noun-Driven Parsing,” IEEE-SMC Conference, Seoul, South Korea, October 2012

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, and Lauren M. Stuart “Machine Human Understanding: Syntax and Semantics Revisited,” IEEE-SMC Conference, Seoul, South Korea, October 2012

Julia M. Taylor and Victor Raskin “Understanding and Structuring NL Descriptions: The Case of 101 Animals,” IEEE-SMC Conference, Seoul, South Korea, October 2012

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Structuring Information from Natural Language Descriptions: Accounting for Uncertainty,” International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, Berkeley, CA, August 2012

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann “Ontological Properties of Animals in a Children’s Dictionary With and Without Common-Sense Knowledge,” Cognitive Science Conference, Japan, August 2012

Christian F. Hempelmann, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Tightening Up Joke Structure: Not by Length Alone”, Cognitive Science Conference, Japan, August 2012

James A. Crowder, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Autonomous Creation and Detection of Procedural Memory Scripts,” International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas, NE, July 2012

Lauren M. Stuart, Julia Taylor, Victor Raskin “Noun-Driven Syntactic Parsing for Natural Language Interfaces to Object-Centered Information Stores,” Society for Design and Process Science Conference, Berlin, Germany, June 2012

Mindaugas Indriu¯nas, Julia Taylor, Victor Raskin “Mereological Considerations for Improving Semantic Ontology,” Society for Design and Process Science Conference, Berlin, Germany, June 2012

Victor Raskin, Julia M. Taylor, Eric T. Matson, “Towards an Ontological Modeling of Something Very Much Like Consciousness: The Harms Way,” Society for Design and Process Science Conference, Berlin, Germany, June 2012

Victor Raskin, Julia M. Taylor “Computing with Nouns and Verbs”, FUZZ-IEEE Conference, Australia, June 2012

Eric Matson, Julia Taylor, Victor Raskin, Byung-Cheol Min, Eunsun Wilson “A Natural Language Model for Enabling Human, Agent, Robot and Machine Interaction,” The 5th IEEE International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications, Wellington, New Zealand, December 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann, "From Disambiguation Failures to Common-Sense Knowledge Acquisition: A Day in the Life of an Ontological Semantic System," Web Iintelligence Conference, Lyon, France, August 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Christian F. Hempelmann, Victor Raskin "Post-Logical Verification of Ontology and Lexicons:The Ontological Semantic Technology Approach," International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas, NE, July 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin "Graph Decomposition and Its Use for Ontology Verification and Semantic Representation," Intelligent Linguistic Technologies Workshop, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas, NE, July 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann “Towards Computational Guessing of Unknown Word Meanings: The Ontological Semantic Approach," Cognitive Science Conference, Boston, MA, July 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin "Understanding the Unknown: Unattested Input Processing in Natural Language," FUZZ-IEEE Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Human and Computer Humor Collaboration: What Can Computational Analysis of Humor Reveal” SDPS Conference, Jeju Island, South Korea, June 2011

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Maxim S. Petrenko, Christian F. Hempelmann “Multiple Noun Expression Analysis: An Implementation of Ontological Semantic Technology,” Computational Linguistics – Applications Workshop, 8pp. Wisla, Poland, October 2010

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann, Salvatore Attardo “An Unintentional Inference and Ontological Property Defaults,” International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Istanbul, Turkey, October 2010

Victor Raskin, Julia M. Taylor, Christian F. Hempelmann “Ontological Semantic Technology for Detecting Insider Threat and Social Engineering,” New Security Paradigms Workshop, pp. 115-128, Concord, MA, September 2010

Julia M. Taylor “Computational Semantic Detection of Information Overlap in Text,” Cognitive Science Conference, pp. 2170-2175, Portland, OR, August 2010

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Fuzzy Ontology for Natural Language,” 29th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, 6 pp, Toronto, Canada, July 2010

Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann, Whitney R. Vandiver “Computing the Meaning of Number Expressions in English: The Common Case,” Intelligent Linguistic Technologies Workshop, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 914-920, Las Vegas, NE, July 2010

Julia M. Taylor, Christian F. Hempelmann, Victor Raskin “On an Automatic Acquisition Toolbox for Ontologies and Lexicons in Ontological Semantics,” International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 863-869, Las Vegas, NE, July 2010

Christian F. Hempelmann, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin “Application-guided Ontological Engineering,” International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 843-849, Las Vegas, NE, July 2010

Victor Raskin, Christian F. Hempelmann, Julia M. Taylor “Guessing vs. Knowing: The Two Approaches to Semantics in Natural Language Processing,” Annual International Conference Dialogue 2010, pp. 642-650, Moscow, Russia, May 2010 (refereed plenary paper)

Julia M Taylor “Computational Detection of Humor: A Dream or A Nightmare. The Ontological Semantics Approach,” Computational Intelligence Approaches for Ontology-based Knowledge Discovery Workshop, Web Intelligence Conference, pp. 429-432, Milan, Italy, September 2009

Victor Raskin, Julia M. Taylor “The (Not So) Unbearable Fuzziness of Natural Language: The Ontological Semantic Way of Computing With Words,” 6pp, 28th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, Cincinnati, OH, June 2009

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “On Perception of Size: Comparing Gigantic Mice and Tiny Elephants,” 6pp, 27th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, 6 pp., New York City, NY, May 2008

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Multiple Component Computational Recognition of Children’s Jokes,” International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Proceedings, pp. 1194-1199, Montreal, Canada, October 2007

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “An Investigation into Computational Recognition of Children’s Jokes,” pp. 1904-1905, 22nd Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Vancouver, Canada, July 2007

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Description Logic-Based Approximate Joke Comparison,” 25th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, pp. 311-316, Montreal, Canada, June 2006

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Toward Computational Recognition of Humorous Intent,” Cognitive Science Conference 2005, pp. 2166-2171, Stresa, Italy, July 2005

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Focused Statistical Joke Generation,” 2005 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 6pp., Las Vegas, NE, June 2005

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Approximate Joke Similarity,” 24th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, pp. 145-149, Ann Arbor, MI, June 2005

Julia M. Taylor, Daniel Poliakov, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Domain-Specific Ontology Merging for the Semantic Web” 24th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, pp. 418-423, Ann Arbor, MI, June 2005

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Humorous Wordplay Recognition,” International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Proceedings, pp.3305-3311, The Hague, The Netherlands, October 2004

Julia M. Taylor, Lawrence J. Mazlack “Computationally Recognizing Wordplay In Jokes,” Cognitive Science Conference Proceedings 2004, pp. 1315-1321, Chicago, IL, August 2004

Marcus Rogers
  1. Rogers, M. (In Press). Psychology of Cyber Terrorists V2. In Silke (Ed.) Terrorists, Victims and Society: Psychological. Perspectives on Terrorism and Its Consequences 2nd Edition. London: Wiley and Sons.

  2. Rogers, M. (In Press). Technology & Digital Forensics. In Holt (Ed.) Hand Book of Technology. London: Wiley & Sons
  3. Guido, M.,Brooks, M.,Grover, J.,Katz, E., Ondricek, J., Rogers, M., Sharpe, L. (In press). Generating a Corpus of Mobile Forensic Images for Masquerading User Experimentation. Journal of Forensic Sciences.

  4. Zhang, Y., Yang, B., Rogers, M. K., Hansen, R. A. (2016). Forensically Sound Retrieval and Recovery of Images from GPU Memory. Chapter in Book (pp. 53-66). New York, NY: Springer:

  5. Rogers, M. (2015). Psychological profiling as an investigative tool for digital forensics. In J. Sammons (Ed), Digital Forensics:Threatscapes and Best Practices (pp. 45-57). New York: Syngress.

  6. Cole, K., Datar, T., & Rogers, M. (2015) Awareness of Scam E-mails: An Exploratory Research Study (Part 2). Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime, vol. 157. Springer International Publishing.

  7. Gupta, S., & Rogers, M. (2014). Exploring forensic implications of the fusion drive. The Journal of Digital Forensics, Security, and Law , 9 (2), 145-154.
  8. Rogers, M. & Seigfried-Spellar, K. (2014). Using internet artifacts to profile a child pornography suspect. Journal of Digital Forensics Security and Law, 9 (1), 57-66.
  9. Rogers, M. &. Seigfried, K. (2014).The future of digital forensics: Merging behavioral science & digital evidence. Young Forensic Scientist Forum: American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting (Feb, Seattle, WA) – no proceedings.
  10. Rogers, M. (accepted). Cybercriminal taxonomies. In K. Seigfried-Spellar & M. Lanier (Eds), Essential Readings in Cybercrime Theory and Practice. San Diego, CA.
  11. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (2013). Does deviant pornography use follow a Guttman-Like progression? Computers and Human Behavior, 29 (2013), 1997-2003.
  12. Rogers, M., (in Press) Psychological Digital Crime Scene Analysis New York, NY: Praeger.
  13. Herold, R. & Rogers, M, (2011) Encyclopedia of Information Assurance Auerbach.
  14. Editorial Board, (2011) Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences .
  15. Rogers, M., (2010) Cybersafety Series New York, New York: Chelsea House.
  16. Rogers, M. & Seigfried-Spellar, K., Crime On-line: Correlates, Causes, and Context.. (2010) T. Holt. Child pornography, pedophilia and the Internet. Carolina Academic Press.
  17. Seigfried, K., Lovely, R. &. Rogers, M, Cyber Criminology: Exploring Internet Crimes and Criminal behavior. (2010) Jaishankar, K.. Self-Reported Internet child pornography consumers: A personality assessment using Bandura’s theory of reciprocal determinism. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.
  18. Rogers, M., (2008) Frequently Asked Questions on Cyber Crime Milano, Italy: Polimetrica.
  19. Rogers, M., (2008) Advisory Board Member • University of Winnipeg, Department of Continuing Education, Information Security Program • Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union (PEFCU) Technology Advisory Board • Champlain College, Masters in Computer Forensics (Dept. of Business Administration). • University of Central Florida, Masters of Science in Computer Forensics (Dept. of Engineering). • Defiance College Cyber Forensics Program .
  20. Former Editor-in-Chief, (2007) Journal of Digital Practice Taylor & Francis.
  21. Co-Editor, (2007) Journal of Small Scale Digital Device Forensics .
  22. Associate Editor, (2007) ISC2 Journal .
  23. Former Member Editorial Board, (2006) Computers & Security .
  24. Editorial Board, (2006) International Journal of Cyber Crimes and Criminal Justice .
  25. Associate Editor, (2005) Journal of Digital Forensics Law & Security .
  26. Editorial Board, (2005) SC Magazine .
  27. Editorial Board, (2005) International Journal of Digital Evidence .
  28. Rogers, M. & Winkworth, R. (Feb 2012). Disposable cell phone analysis: TracHac. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Atlanta, GA.
  29. Craiger, P. & Rogers, M. (Feb 2012). Scientific validation of digital forensic tools: A case study. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Atlanta, GA.
  30. Rogers, M. & Seigfried-Spellar, K. (Feb 2012). Applied predictive modeling: The role of behavioral sciences in digital forensics.. Atlanta, GA.
  31. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (2012). Discriminating Self-Reported Internet Child Pornography Users by Individual Differences and Sex. Submitted for publication
  32. Rogers, M. (May 2012). Digital Forensic Sciences: The Path Forward. Zagreb School of Law - Invited Lecture Rule of Law in Eastern Europe Series Zagreb, Croatia: US Embassy.
  33. Rogers, M. (May 2012). Digital Forensic Sciences: The Path Forward. Zagreb National Police Academy Zagreb, Croatia: Government of Croatia- Invited Lecture Rule of Law in Eastern Europe Series.
  34. Rogers, M. (April 2012). The Future of Digital Forensics. HTCIA Minnesota 2012 Annual Conference St. Paul, MN.
  35. Rogers, M. (August 2012). The Future of Digital Forensics: The Rise of the Machines. ISSA/Infragard Conference Chicago, IL.
  36. Pfleeger, S., Rogers, M., Bashir, M., Caine, K., Caputo, D., Losavio, M. & Stolfo, S. (2012). Does profiling make us more secure?. Privacy & Security: IEEE, 10 (4), 10-15.
  37. Rogers, M. (Sept 2012). The Role of Digital Forensics in the Justice System. 10th Annual Crown Defence Conference Winnipeg, MB.
  38. Rogers, M. (Sept 2011). Digital Investigations: The Impact on the Work Environment. 2011 Louisville Metro Infosec Conference Louisville, KY.
  39. Rogers, M. (Oct 2011). Keynote Address: Digital Forensics: The Coming Convergence. Third ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Dublin, Ireland: ICST.
  40. Seigfried-Spellar, K., Rogers, M., & Bertoline, G. (Oct 2011). Internet Child Pornography, U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, and the Role of Internet Service Provider. Third ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Dublin, Ireland: ICST.
  41. Katz, E., Mislan, R. & Rogers, M. (Oct 2011). Results of Field Testing Mobile Phone Shielding Device. Third ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Dublin, Ireland: ICST.
  42. Datar, T., Levendoski, M. & Rogers, M. (Oct 2011). Yahoo! Messenger Forensics on Windows Vista and Windows 7.. Third ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Dublin, Ireland: ICST.
  43. Cho, G. & Rogers, M. (Oct 2011). Finding Forensic Information on Creating a Folder in $LogFile of NTFS. Third ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Dublin, Ireland: ICST.
  44. Rogers, M. & Seigfried, K. (Feb 2011). Development of an Offender Classification Based Investigative Protocol for Use with Online Consumers of Child Pornography Cases: An Information Technology and Behavioral Sciences Approach. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Chicago, IL.
  45. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (Feb 2011). Exploring the Progression of Non-deviant and Deviant Pornography Use by Age of Onset and Sex. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Chicago, IL.
  46. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (May 11 2010). Low neuroticism and high hedonistic traits for female child pornography consumers. Advance online publication. Doi: 10.1089/cyber.2009.0212., Cyber Psychology, Behavior and Social Networking
  47. Rogers, M. (2010 2010). The Behavioral Sciences and Digital Forensics. American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 41st Annual Meeting Tucson, AZ. (Invited Panelist.)
  48. Bagilli, I., Mohan, A. & Rogers, M. (2010). SMIRK: SMS management and information retrieval kit. Goel, Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime (pp.33-42). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Computer Science.
  49. Rogers, M. (May 2010). Digital evidence. Association of Inspectors General Spring Conference Indianapolis, IN.
  50. Rogers, M. & Smith, J. (June 2010). Computer forensics for the forensic audio professional. AES 39 International Conference Copenhagen, Denmark.
  51. Gao, Y., Cao, T., & Rogers, M. (2010). Reconstructing executable files: A robust address translation approach.. IET Information Security (Submitted.)
  52. Strzempka, K., Katz, E., Rogers, M., & Huff, P. (Feb 2010). Forensic analysis of a VISTA 64 hard drive. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Seattle, WA: AAFS.
  53. Rogers, M. (2010). The psyche of cyber criminals: A psycho-social perspective. Ghosh & Turrini, Cybercrimes: A Multidisciplinary Perspective Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Law Division.
  54. M. Rogers (Jan 2010). Legal, regulations, investigations and compliance. Tipton, Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP CBK, 2nd edition (pp.503-538). Danvers, MA: CRC Press.
  55. Baggili, A. & Rogers, M. (Feb 2010). Effects of anonymity and pre-employment integrity on self-reported cyber crime engagement: An exploratory study. Human Factors in Information Security London, England.
  56. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (Feb 2010). Psychological assessments and attitudes toward deviant computer behavior. American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Seattle, WA: AAFS.
  57. Rogers, M. (Oct 2010). Integrating Psychology into Digital Evidence Investigations and Cyber Security. Workshops on Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy (WISSP) Abu Dhabi, UAE.
  58. Liles, S., Hoebich, M, & Rogers, M. (Feb 2009). Legal issues in cyber forensics: Issues confronting the discipline.. IFIP Working Group on Digital Forensics 11.9 Orlando, FL.
  59. Seigfried-Spellar, K., Lovely, R., & Rogers, M. (2009). Personality Assessment of Self-Reported Internet Child Pornography Consumers Using Bandura’s Theory of Reciprocal Determinism. K. Jaishankar, Crimes Dot-Com: Exploring Criminal Behavior in Cyberspace Hershey, PA.
  60. Roger, M. & Seigfried-Spellar , K. (August 2009). The Future of Digital Forensics: Merging Behavioral Sciences and Digital Evidence. (Position Paper). Indo-US Conference on Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Cyberforensics, Kochi, India.
  61. Rogers, M. & Leshney, S. (2009). Virtualization and digital investigations. Tipton & Krause, Information Security Management Handbook 6th Edition. Boca Raton, FL: Auerbach., 3, 347-363.
  62. Liles, S., Hoebich, M, & Rogers, M. (2009). Legal issues in cyber forensics: Issues confronting the discipline. Peterson & Shenoi, Advances in digital forensics V Boston, USA: Springer., 5, 267-276.
  63. Rogers, M. (2009). Cyber forensics and home land security. Voeller, Wiley Handbook of Science and Technology for Homeland Security New Jersey, : Wiley & Sons.
  64. Rogers, M. (Sept. 2009). Data Analytics: The importance of context and meaning of digital evidence.. International Symposium on Cyber Crime Response Seoul, Korea. (Keynote Address.)
  65. Rogers, M. & Hacker, T. (Sept. 2009). Digital Evidence and Cloud Computing – Position Paper. ARO Workshop on Digital Forensics Washington, DC.
  66. Baggili, A., Mohan, A., & Rogers, M (Oct 2009). SMIRK - SMS Management and Information Retrieval Kit: A Forensics Tool. International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime Albany, NY.
  67. Baggili, A., Mohan, A., & Rogers, M (May 2009). SMIRK - SMS Management and Information Retrieval Kit.. Mobile Forensics World 09 Chicago, IL.
  68. Roger, M. & Seigfried-Spellar , K. (August 2009). The Future of Digital Forensics: Merging Behavioral Sciences and Digital Evidence. Indo-US Conference on Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Cyberforensics Kochi, India.
  69. Rogers, M. (May 2009). The Evolution of Social Engineering. Chicago Con - Ethical hacker Conference Chicago, IL.
  70. Rogers, M. (May 2009). The Evolution of Social Engineering.. Chicago, IL: Chicago Con. (Keynote Address.)
  71. Rigby, S. & Rogers, M. (April 2008). The general digital forensics model. ADFSL 2008 Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law Oklahoma City, OK.
  72. Kiley, M., Dankner, S. & Rogers, M. (2008). Forensics significance of instant messaging artifacts.. Craiger & Shenoi, Advances in digital forensics IV (pp.129-138). Boston, MA: IFIP.
  73. Seigfried, K. & Rogers, M. (July 2008). Self-reported female consumers of Internet child pornography: A psychological analysis. International Association of Forensic Science’s 18th Triennial Meeting (July, New Orleans). Washington, DC.
  74. Choudhury, A., Rogers, M., Gillam, W. & Watson, K. (May 2008). A novel skin tone detection algorithm for contraband image analysis. ACM Berkley, CA: Proceedings of the Third International workshop on Systematic Approaches to Digital Evidence Engineering.
  75. Seigfried, K., Lovely, R., & Rogers, M. (2008). Self-Reported online child pornography Behavior: A psychological analysis.. Journal of Cyber Criminology
  76. Rogers, M. (May 2008). Keynote Address- Developing Meaningful Cyber Forensics/Digital Evidence Curriculum . Joint Workshop on Cyber Security 2008 Buffalo, NY: SUNY Buffalo.
  77. Rogers, M. (2008). Enterprise incident response and digital evidence. Tipton & Krause, Information Security Management Handbook New York, NY: Auerbach., 6(2), 391-403.
  78. Rogers, M. (Sept 2008). It’s all about the technology; isn’t it?. (ISC)2 e-Symposium (ISC)2.
  79. Rogers, M. (2007). Cyber forensics and home land security. Voeller, Wiley Handbook of Science and Technology for Homeland Security New Jersey, NY: Wiley & Sons.
  80. Rogers, M. (2007). The role of computer crime investigators in counter terrorism and intelligence gathering . NW3C Informant, 3(1), 28,42.
  81. Rogers, M., Scarborough, K., Frakes, K., & San Martin (2007). National, state & local law enforcement digital evidence survey: Perceptions of prosecutors and judges knowledge and willingness to deal with digital evidence. Shenoi & Craiger, Advances in Digital Forensics New York, NY: Springer.
  82. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., & Wedge, T. (Feb 2007). Digital Evidence practitioner standards: Issues and possible solutions.. AAFS Conferencs San Antonio, TX.
  83. Baggili, I., Mislan, R., & Rogers, M. (2007). Mobile phone forensics tool testing: A database driven approach.. International Journal of Digital Evidence
  84. Kiley, M., Shinbara, T., & Rogers, M. (Winter 2007). iPOD forensics update.. International Journal of Digital Evidence
  85. Rogers, M. (March 2007). Keynote Speaker: The Evolution of Digital Evidence as a Forensic Science. ACM: SAC 2007 Seoul, S. Korea.
  86. Scarborough, K. & Rogers, M. (2006). Information security. Encyclopedia of Police Science 3rd Edition
  87. Carrier, B., Casey, E., Garfinkel, S., Kornblum, J., Hosmer, C., Rogers, M., & Turner., P. (2006). Standardizing digital evidence storage. Communications of the ACM
  88. Losavio, M., Adams, J., & Rogers, M. (2006). Gap analysis: Judicial experience and perception of electronic evidence . Journal of Digital Forensic Practice, 1, 13-17.
  89. Scarborough, K. & Rogers, M. (2006). Computer technology. Encyclopedia of Police Science 3rd Edition
  90. Rogers, M. (2006). The development of a meaningful hacker taxonomy: A two dimensional approach. Digital Investigations, 3, 97-102.
  91. Rogers, M., Smoak, N., Lui, J. (2006). Self-reported criminal computer behavior: A big-5, moral choice and manipulative exploitive behavior analysis. Journal of Deviant Behavior, 27(3), 245-268.
  92. Rogers, M. (2006). Chapter: Law Investigation & Compliance. Henry & Krause, Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP CBK New York, NY: Auerbach.
  93. Rogers, M. & Scarborough, K. (2006). The Role of Cyber Forensics in the War on Terrorism. . First Nordic-American Symposium on Public Safety Copenhagen, Denmark.
  94. Brinson, A., Robinson, A., & Rogers, M. (Aug 2006). A cyber forensics ontology: Creating a new Approach to studying cyber forensic. . Proceedings of the Digital Forensics Research Workshop 2006, August 14-16th, Lafayette IN New York, NY: Elsevier.
  95. Rogers, M. (2006). DCSA: Applied digital crime scene analysis. Tipton & Krause, Handbook of Information Security New York, NY: Auerbach., 7, 601-614.
  96. Rogers, M. & Scarborough, K. (2006). Cyber crime. Encyclopedia of Police Science 3rd Edition.
  97. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., Wedge, T. & Debrota, S. (2006). Fast cyber forensics triage process model. Proceedings of the Conference on Digital Forensics Society & Law, April 21st (pp.27-40). Las Vegas, NV.
  98. Gupta, M., Hoeschele, M., & Rogers, M. (Fall 2006). Hidden disk areas: HPA and DCO. International Journal of Digital Evidence
  99. Rogers, M. (2005). Cyber forensics program partnership. NW3C Informant, 1(2), 26/40.
  100. Rogers, M. (2005). The information technology insider risk. Bigdoli, Information Security Handbook New York, NY: Wiley & Sons., 3, 3-17.
  101. Hoeschele. M. & Rogers, M (Feb 2005). Detecting social engineering. Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Forensics Orlando, FL.
  102. Rogers, M. (2005). The information technology insider risk. H. Bigdoli, Information Security Handbook New York, NY: Wiley & Sons.
  103. Rogers, M. (March 2005). Psychological Profiling and Computer Forensics: Locard's Principle in the Digital World. Conference Proceedings Monaco, : eCrime and Computer Evidence.
  104. Marsico, C. & Rogers, M. (Feb 2005). iPod forensics. Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Forensics Orlando, FL.
  105. Rogers, M. (March 2004). Cyber Profiling. NW3C Economic Crimes Summit Indianapolis, IN.
  106. Rogers, M. (Jan 2004). Current State of Computer Forensics. Computer Forensic Educators Working Group Orlando, FL.
  107. Meyers, M. & Rogers, M. (Winter 2004). Computer forensics: the need for standardization and certification within the U.S. court systems. International Journal of Digital Evidence
  108. Carney, M. & Rogers, M. (Spring 2004). The trojan made me do it: A first step in statistical based event reconstruction. International Journal of Digital Evidence
  109. Rogers, M. & Seigfried, K. (2004). The future of computer forensics: A needs analysis survey. Computers and Security, 23(1), 12-16.
  110. Rogers, M. & Ogloff, J. (2004). A comparative analysis of canadian computer and general criminals. Canadian Journal of Police & Security Services, 1, 366-376.
  111. Rogers, M. (2003). Computer forensics: Science or fad. Security Wire Digest
  112. Rogers, M. (2003). The psychology of cyber-terrorism. Silke & Merari, Terrorists, Victims and Society: Psychological. Perspectives on Terrorism and Its Consequences (pp.75-92). London, England: Wiley and Sons.
  113. Rogers, M. & Katz, E. (2012, June). Advanced Macintosh Forensics. LE Training Series, Albany, NY.
  114. Rogers, M. (2012, July). Intro to Cyber Forensics. NJROTC summer camp at Purdue, West Lafayette, IN.
  115. Rogers, M. (2011, Nov). Evidence Analytics. Hillsboro, OR.
  116. Rogers, M. (2011, July). Digital Evidence and Cyber Warfare. Sandia National Labs, NM.
  117. Rogers, M. (2011, June). Digital Forensics and Cyber Adversaries. Sandia National Labs, CA.
  118. Rogers, M. (2011, July). Digital Evidence Triage. Norwich, VT.
  119. Rogers, M. & Katz, E. (2011, Sept). Digital Evidence Triage. St. Louis, MO.
  120. Rogers, M. (2011, July). The Psychology of Cyber Adversaries: Panel Member. Sandia National Labs, NM.
  121. Rogers, M. (2010, Sept). Psychology of Cyber Terrorism. INTEL WRT Continuing Education Series, Webinar,
  122. Rogers, M. (2010, June). Digital Evidence Management and Handling. Minneapolis, MN.
  123. Rogers, M. & Goldman, J. (2010, June). Digital Evidence for Auditors - ISACA 2010 International Conference. Cancun, Mexico.
  124. Rogers, M. (2010, April). Basic Mac Forensics. Albany, NY.
  125. Bagilli, I. & Rogers, M. (2010, June). The effects of anonymity and pre-employment integrity on self-reported cyber crime.. The Ninth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2010),, Harvard, MA.
  126. Rogers, M. (2010, Mar). Digital Evidence Triage - Financial Training. West Lafayette, IN.
  127. Rogers, M. (2010, Jan). Digital Evidence Triage - LE Training. West Lafayette, IN.
  128. Rogers, M. (2009, May). Digital Evidence Management. ISC2 cyber security series, Chicago, IL.
  129. Rogers, M. (2009, December). Digital Evidence Triage and the Rogers-Seigfried-Spellar Investigative Typology. Windsor, Canada.
  130. Rogers, M., Goldman, J. & Mislan, R (2009, November). Digital Evidence Triage for Financial Services. West Lafayette, IN.
  131. Rogers, M (2009, Oct). Enterprise Incident Response: Digital Evidence Management & Handling. Marina Del Rey, CA.
  132. Rogers, M. (2009, April). Digital Evidence Management. ISC2 Series, San Antonio, TX.
  133. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M (2009, July). Investigating Online Consumers of Child Pornography. 1st Annual ACM Northeast Digital Forensics Exchange, New York, NY.
  134. Seigfried-Spellar, K. & Rogers, M. (2009, August). The Role of Profiling in Cyber Crimes Investigations. Kochi, India.
  135. Rogers, M. (2009, July). Digital Evidence Triage. LE Training, Worcester, MA.
  136. Rogers, M. (2009, May). Digital Evidence Management. Chicago, IL.
  137. Rogers, M. (2009, May). Digital Evidence Triage. LE Training, West Lafayette, IN.
  138. Rogers, M. (2009, July). Mac OS X Forensics Basics. LE training series, Burlington, VT.
  139. Rogers, M. & Leshney, S. (2009, May). Digital Evidence Triage: Law Enforcement Training.. West Lafayette, IN.
  140. Rogers, M., Leshney, S., & Peelman, N. (2008, June). Introduction to Mac Forensics. West Lafayette, IN.
  141. Rogers, M. & Leshney, S. (2008, Nov). Fast Cyber Forensics Triage. Los Angeles, CA.
  142. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., & Wedge, T. (2007). Emerging Trends: Law Enforcement Training. West Lafayette, IN.
  143. Rogers, M. (2007, April). Digital evidence management & handling. Chicago, IL.
  144. Rogers, M. & Leshney, S (2007). Basic Computer Forensics for LE.
  145. Rogers, M. (2006, Oct). Digital Evidence Management & Handling. Boston, MA.
  146. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., Wedge, T. & Debrota, S. (2006). Fast Cyber Forensics Triage: Law Enforcement Training. West Lafayette, IN.
  147. Rogers, M. & Ksander, S. (2005). Digital Evidence Management & Handling. Raleigh, NC.
  148. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., Wedge, T. & Debrota, S. (2005). Law Enforcement: Cyber Forensics First Responder. West Lafayette, IN.
  149. Rogers, M., Goldman, J., Mislan, R., Wedge, T. & Debrota, S. (2005). eMail Forensics: Law Enforcement Educational Workshops. Indianapolis, IN.
  150. Rogers, M. (2004, Dec). ISC2/Reid - Information Security Seminar - Social Engineering. New York, NY.
  151. Rogers, M. (2004, Oct). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Risk Management. San Diego, CA.
  152. Rogers, M. (2004, Nov). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Risk Management. Vancouver, BC.
  153. Rogers, M. (2004, Oct). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Risk Management. Dallas, TX.
  154. Rogers, M. (2004, Sept). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Social Engineering. Indianapolis, IN.
  155. Rogers, M. (2004, March). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Social Engineering. Chicago, IL.
  156. Rogers, M. (2004, Feb). ISC2 - Information Security Seminar - Social Engineering. Toronto, Canada.
  157. Rogers, M. & Ksander, S. (2004). Digital Evidence Management & Handling. Austin, TX.
  158. Rogers, M. (2003, Dec). ISC2 Information Security Seminar Series - Social Engineering. Washington, DC.
  159. Bebe, N., Kessler, G., & Rogers, M., Journal of Digital Forensic Practice, 1. Journal of Digital Forensic Practice, 1.. (2006) Book review: Computer evidence: Collection & preservation .
  160. Ksander, S., Gillam, B ,.& Rogers, M. (2006). Product review: Ultrablock forensic card reader.. Journal of Digital Forensic Practice, 1

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