Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Computer and Information Technology

Thomas Hacker

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. T. Hacker, Towards a Reliable Cloud Computing Service. (2009) (S. Ahson Ed.). Cloud Computing and Software Services New York, NY: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Mohan, A., Hacker, T., Rodgers, G., & Islam, T. (2014). Batchsubmit: a High-Volume Batch Submission for Earthquake Engineering Simulation, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. doi:10.1002/cpe.3234.
  2. Esteves, R., Hacker, T., and Rong, C. (December 2013). Competitive K-means A new accurate and distributed k-means algorithm for large datasets. Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom 2013), December 2-5, Bristol, United Kingdom.
  3. Hacker, T., Eigenmann, R., Rahtje, E. (2013). Advancing Earthquake Engineering Research Through Cyberinfrastructure, Journal of Structural Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 139(7), 1099-1111:doi: 10.1061/(asce)st.1943-541x.0000712
  4. Mohan, A., Hacker, T., and Rodgers, G. (July 2013). Developing a High-Volume Batch Submission Systems for Earthquake Engineering, National Science Foundation XSEDE 2013 Conference, July 2013, San Diego, CA.
  5. Neilsen, J., and Hacker, T. (2012 November). Using Virtual Private Networks for Reliable VM Based HPC Systems.. Proceedings of the 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Sustainable HPC Cloud Workshop (SHPCloud 2012) Salt Lake City, UT.
  6. Pejsa, S., and Hacker, T. (April 2013), Curation of Earthquake Engineering Research Data, Proceedings of Archiving 2013, Society for Imaging Science and Technology, April 2-5, 2013, Washington, D.C.
  7. St. John, J., Nikolaidis, N., Hansen, R., and Hacker T. (June 2013). Experiences Developing International Partnerships for Education and Research in Computing, Proceedings of the 120th ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition, June 23-26, Atlanta, GA
  8. St. John, J, and Hacker, T (June 2012). Developing Virtual Clusters for High Performance Computing Using Open Nebula . Proceedings of the 119th ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition San Antonio, TX. (Best Paper Award, ASEE Computing and Information Technology Division.)
  9. Robison, N, and Hacker, T. (October 2012). Comparison of VM deployment Methods for HPC Education . Proceedings of the ACM Joint Conference on IT Education and Research in IT (SIGITE 2012) Calgary, Canada.
  10. Esteves, R., Hacker, T., and Rong, C. (December 2012). Parallel Competitive Fitness and Parallel K-means++: Two New Parallel Strategies for Seeding K-means. Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science Taipei, Taiwan.
  11. Hacker T.J., Romero, R., and Neilsen, J. (February 2012). Secure Live Migration of Parallel Applications Using Container Based Virtual Machines . International Journal of Space-Based and Situated Computing, Inderscience Publishing., 2(1), 45-57. (Invited paper.)
  12. Malik, Q. H., Perova, N., Hacker, T. J., Streveler, R. A., Magana, A. J., Vogt, P. L., & Bessenbache (December 2011). Creating a Virtual Learning Community with HUB Architecture: CLEERhub as a Case Study . Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)
  13. Hacker T. J., Eigenmann, R., Irfanoglu, A., Pujol, S., Rathje, E., Catlin, A., Bahchi, S. (July 2011). The NEEShub Cyberinfrastructure for Earthquake Engineering . IEEE Computing in Science & Engineering, 13(4), 67-78. (Invited Paper.)
  14. Hacker, T. J., Mahadik, K. (Nov 2011). Flexible Resource Allocation for Reliable Virtual Cluster Computing Systems . Proceedings of the 2010 ACM/IEEE International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC11) Seattle, WA.
  15. Kumar, M., Hacker, T., Springer, J., Marshall, B. (July 2011). Kernel level support for workflow patterns. IEEE 2011 Fifth International Workshop on Scientific Workflows Washington, DC.
  16. Hacker, T. (July 2011). Exploring the Use of Virtual Machines and Virtual Clusters for High Performance Computing Education.. Proceedings of the 118th ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition Vancouver, BC.
  17. Romero, R., Hacker, T. (April 2011). Live Migration of Parallel Applications with OpenVZ. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Cloud Computing and Services (CCS2011).Singapore.
  18. Hacker, T., Springer, J. (November 2011). Turning the Tide of the Data Deluge. 1st Workshop on High-performance Computing Meets Databases, Seattle, WA: Supercomputing 2011.
  19. T. Hacker (June 2010). Hands-on High Performance Computing: Developing a Cluster Computing Course for Real World Supercomputing. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Louisville, KY.
  20. Eigenmann R., Hacker, T.J., & Rathje, E. (July 2010). NEES Cyberinfrastructure: A Foundation for Innovative Research and Education . Proceedings of the 9th US / 10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering Toronto, ON.
  21. Marshall, B., Springer, J., & Hacker, T.J. (Dec 2010). Work in Progress: Integration of the Scientific Workflow Paradigm into High Performance Computing and Large Scale Data Management Curricula . Proceedings of the 40th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Washington, DC.
  22. Shiroor, A., Springer J., Hacker, T., Marshall, B., & Brewer, J. (2010). Scientific Workflow Management Systems and Workflow Patterns. International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management (IJBPM) , 5, 63-78.
  23. T. J. Hacker, F. Romero, C. D. Carothers (2009). An Analysis of Clustered Failures on Large Supercomputing Systems. In Press, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing
  24. T. Hacker, K. Madhavan (June 2009). Developing a Research and Education Laboratory for High Performance Computing and Cyberinfrastucture. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Conference Austin, TX.
  25. T. J. Hacker, J. A. Springer (October 2008). Meeting the Data Challenge: Curriculum Development for Parallel Data Systems. Proceedings of the ACM SIGITE 2008 Conference Cincinnati, OH.
  26. Hacker, T.J., and Smith, P.M. (July 2008). Building a Network Simulation Model of the Teragrid Network.. Teragrid 08 Las Vegas, NV.
  27. Hacker, T.J., Springer, J.A., Schlueter, S.D, and Kane, M.D. (February 2008). Developing a Curriculum for High Performance Computing and Cyberinfrastructure Education.. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration New Orleans, LA.
  28. S. Lathrop, L. McGinnis, S. Brown, J. White, B. Armosky, J. Ferguson, T. Hacker, et. Al (June 2008). HPC University. Proceedings of the 3rd Teragrid 2008 Conference Las Vegas, NV.
  29. Hacker, T.J., Hansen, R. A., and Violand, R.A. (March 2008). An Analysis of TCP Alternatives for Reliable Transport in Current High-Speed Wide Area Networks. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference on Telecommunications and Information Technology (ITERA 2008) Louisville, KY.
  30. Hacker, T.J., and Smith P.M. (March 2008). Stochastic TCP: A Statistical Approach to Congestion Avoidance.. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Protocols for FAST Long-Distance Networks (PFLDnet) Manchester, UK.
  31. Smith, P.M., Hacker, T.J., and Song, C.X. (April 2008). Implementing an Industrial-Strength Academic Cyberinfrastructure at Purdue University. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Desktop Grids and Volunteer Computing Miami, FL.
  32. M. Dark, J. Goldman, T. Hacker, B. Marshall, A. Smith (March 2008). Dark Web Patterns. Proceedings of WebSci'09 Athens, Greece.
  33. Hacker, T.J., and Bertoline, G. (July 2008). A Curriculum for Petascale Computing. Teragrid 08 Las Vegas, NV.
  34. Hacker, T., Meglicki, G. (June 2007). Using Queue Structures to Improve Job Reliability . Proceedings of the 16th Annual IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC 07) Monterey, CA.
  35. Hacker, T., Wheeler, B. (January 2007). Making Research Cyberinfrastructure a Strategic Choice . EDUCAUSE Quarterly EDUCAUSE., 30, No. 1, 21 - 29.
  36. Hacker, T., Noble, B., Athey, B. (July 2005). Adaptive Data Block Scheduling for Parallel TCP Streams. 14th International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC-14) Research Triangle Park, NC.
  37. Hacker, T., Noble, B., Athey, B. (March 2004). Improving Throughput and Maintaining Fairness using Parallel TCP. Proceedings of INFOCOM 2004 Hong Kong, .
  38. Kirschner, B., Hacker, T., Adamson, W., Athey, B., (November 2004). Walden: A Scalable Solution for Grid Account Management. Proceedings of Grid2004 Pittsburgh, PA.
  39. Hacker, T., Athey, B., Noble, B. (April 2002). The End-to-End Performance Effects of Parallel TCP Sockets on a Lossy Wide-Area Network. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE-CS/ACM International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
  40. Thigpen, B., Hacker, T., McGinnis L. (2002). Distributed Accounting on the Grid. Proceedings of the 6th Joint Conference on Information Sciences (JCIS)
  41. Hacker, T., Athey, B., Sommerfeld, J., Walker, D. (October 2002). Experiences Using Web100 for Visible Human Testbeds. Proceedings of the Fourth Visible Human Conference Keystone, CO.
  42. Hacker, T., Noble, B., Athey, B. (November 2002). The Effects of Systemic Packet Loss on Aggregate TCP Flows. Proceedings of Supercomputing 2002 Baltimore, MD.
  43. Hacker, T., Athey, B. (Novemer 2001). A Methodology for Account Management in Grid Computing Environments. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Grid Computing Denver, CO: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Spinger Verlag Press.
  44. Hacker, T. (August 1993). The Design and Implementation of an AFP/AFS Protocol Translator. University of Michigan Center for Information Technology Integration Technical Report 93-5 Ann Arbor, MI.

Workshops

  1. T. Hacker, C. Carothers (2009, March). An Analysis of Clustered Failures on Large Supercomputing Systems. NSF Workshop on Fault Tolerance for Extreme-Scale Computing, Albuquerque, NM.
  2. T. J. Hacker, G. Bertoline (2008, July). A Curriculum for Petascale Computing for the Great Lakes Petascale Consortium Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering. Ann Arbor, MI.

Reviews

  1. T. Hacker (October 2008). Reviewer. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing
  2. T. Hacker (April 2008). Reviewer. Journal of Grid Computing
  3. T. Hacker (July 2007). Reviewer. International Journal of High Performance Computing Application
Raymond Hansen

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Smith, A.H., Hansen, R.A., Wireless Wide Area Network Technologies & Implementations. (2008) Dr. H. Bidgoli. Handbook of Technology Management Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
  2. Hansen, R.A., Rawles, P.T, Local Area Networks. (2008) Dr. L. Tomei. Encyclopedia of Information Technology Curriculum Integration. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishing.
  3. Goldman, J.E., Hansen, R.A., Farnsworth, V., IT Economics. (2008) Dr. H. Bidgoli. Handbook of Technology Management Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.
  4. Hansen, R.A., Rawles, P.T., Wide Area Networks. (2008) Dr. L. Tomei. Encyclopedia of Information Technology Curriculum Integration. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishing.
  5. Hansen, R.A., Smith, A.H., A Model for Wireless Networking Curriculum for Network Engineering Technology Programs. (2008) Dr. L. Tomei. Information Communication Technologies for Enhanced Education and Learning Hershey, PA: IGI-Global.
  6. Smith, A.H., Hansen, R.A., Wireless Wide Area Networks. (2007) Dr. H. Bidgoli. The Handbook of Computer Networks Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Rawles, P., Hansen, R., Smith, A. (May 2008). Revising a Network Engineering Curriculum to Reflect Current Industry and Student Trends . International Telecommunications Education & Research Association 2008 Louisville, KY: ITERA, Murray State University.
  2. Hansen, R.A., Smith, A.H., Mariga, J.R. (April 2007). A Wireless Networking Curriculum Model for Network Engineering Technology Programs . International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education Hershey, PA: Idea Group -- Information Resources Management Association., 3(2), 53-58.
  3. Hansen, R.A. , Rawles, P.T., Smith, A.H. (March 2007). Empirical Performance Optimization Metrics for IP Video Transport over 802.11g . International Telecommunications Education & Research Association 2007 Conference Louisville, KY: ITERA, Murray State University.
  4. Gunderson, G., Hansen, R.A., Rawles, P.T., Smith, A.H. (March 2007). Security Considerations of Ad Hoc Networking Protocols in a Wireless Environment. International Telecommunications Education & Research Association 2007 Conference Louisville, KY: ITERA, Murray State University.
  5. Rigby, S., Hansen, R.A., Smith, A.H. (March 2007). The Municipal Wireless Debate and its Applications. International Telecommunications Education & Research Association 2007 Conference Louisville, KY: ITERA, Murray State University.
  6. Malik, R.A.*, Goldman, J.E., Hansen, R.A., Smith, A.H. (Oct 2007). Laboratory Modules for Conducting Comparative Analysis of 802.11 Frames. J.J. Ekstrom, SIGITE 2007 Sandestin, FL: ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education [SIGITE].
  7. Hansen, R.A., Kane, M.D. (June 2006). Critical Performance Variables in Genomic Sequence Analysis in Cluster Computing Architectures . TeraGrid'06: Advancing Scientific Discovery Indianapolis, IN: IBM, Sun, Dell, Cray, Juniper.
  8. Smith, A.H., Hansen, R.A. Kane, M.D., Bentley, L., Contractor, P. (April 2006). A Broadband Wireless Antenna Location and Tracking System. College of Technology Faculty Convocation West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University.
  9. Hansen, R.A., Smith, A.H (May 2006). An Evaluation for High-Speed Handoffs in 802.11-based Data Networks . 2006 IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology East Lansing, MI: IEEE & Michigan State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Workshops

  1. Young, B. K., Hansen, R. A. (2010). Purdue Undergraduate Research Symposium - Real-World IT Problem Design Solution for Education. I was the mentor for this student's submission to the Purdue Undergraduate Research Symposium. This submission won the Student Choice Award which was voted on by all students in attendance and those who also submitted their research.,
  2. Peelman, N., Tressler, J., Hansen, R.A. (2008, Oct). Information Technology Summit 2008 - Sponsored by Indiana Economic Development Corporation, TechPoint, & Purdue University. IPv6 Deployment & Migration Challenges,
  3. Hedge, D., Hansen, R.A. (2008, Oct). Information Technology Summit 2008 - Sponsored by Indiana Economic Development Corporation, TechPoint, & Purdue University. An Analysis of MPLS Performance in Layered & Hierarchical Network Architectures,

Reviews

  1. Rigby, S., Dark, M., Ekstrom, J., Rogers, M. (Oct 2007). Preparing IAS Graduates to Recognize and Manage Complexity. SIGITE 2007 Sandestin, FL: ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education [SIGITE]. (Double blind review process - Accepted.)
Alka Harriger

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Lutes*, K., Harriger*, A., Erdei, R., (2012) An Information Systems Approach to Object-Oriented Programming Using Microsoft Visual C# Express. West Lafayette, IN: BoilerCopyMaker. (We got our rights back from the publisher for this textbook used in CNIT 155 and CNIT 255. Others have contacted us to use it in their intro programming courses as well.)
  2. Lutes*, K. & Harriger*, A., (2010) Introduction to object-oriented programming West Lafayette, IN: BoilerCopyMaker:. (We got our rights back from the publisher for this textbook used in CNIT 155. Others have contacted us to use it in their intro programming courses as well.)
  3. Harriger, A,, Nawrocki*, J., Berger, J. & Berger, M., (2010) SPIRIT Alice Programming Workbook West Lafayette, IN: . ((Available through Boiler Copy Center))
  4. Lutes*, K., Harriger*, A. & Purdum*, J., (2005) Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with C#: An Information Systems ApproachBoston, MA: Thomson Course Technology. (ISBN: 0-619-21735-9)
  5. Harriger, A.R., (2001) (Ed.). Informing Science e-Book Krakow, Poland: Informing Science.
  6. Harriger*, A., Lisack*, S., Gotwals*, J. & Lutes*, K., (2000) Introduction to Computer Programming with Visual Basic 6: A Problem-Solving Approach Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  7. Harriger*, A.R., Lisack*, S.K., (1999) Instructor's Manual to Accompany Introduction to Computer Programming with Visual Basic 6: A Problem-Solving Approach Indianapolis, IN: Que Education & Training. (CD-ROM with lecture guidelines, additional program examples, solutions to problems in textbook, and test bank questions)
  8. Harriger*, A.R., Lisack*, S.K., Gotwals*, J.K., Lutes*, K.D., (1999) Introduction to Computer Programming with Visual Basic 6.0: A Problem-solving approach Indianapolis, IN: Que Education & Training. (ISBN 1-58076-241-7 (893 pages))
  9. Harriger, A.R., (1994) (Ed.). Proceedings of the 1994 Information Systems Educator Conference Denver, Colorado: Computerworld.
  10. Harriger, A. R., (1990-1994) Founding Editor. Journal of Information Systems Education West Lafayette, IN: The Data Processing Management Association's Special Interest Group for Education. (Editor of CIS Educator Forum, predecessor of JISE, 1988-1989.) [Total of 20 issues over 6 volumes)
  11. Harriger, A. R. & Agrawal*, J. C., (1987) Applesoft BASIC programming Columbus, OH: Merrill. (371 pages)

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Harriger, A. (March 2013). Embracing the SPIRIT of computing. SITE 2013 New Orleans, LA. (8 pages.)
  2. Harriger*, A.R., Harriger*, B.C., Offner, A., Marrero, P. & Baysinger, R. (March 2013). Partnering with Industry to Engage High School Students in STEM Disciplines through Competition. SITE 2013 New Orleans, LA. (5 pages.)
  3. Forssén, A.*, Moskal, B., & Harriger, A. (April-June 2012). Measuring the Impact of a High School Intervention on Students’ Attitudes in Information Technology: Validation and Use of an Attitude Survey. . Computers in Education Journal. Special issue on Assessing Computer Programming Proficiency., XXII, 2-13. (Paper previously published in ASEE conference proceedings and republished here with ASEE permission.)
  4. Laux*, D. & Harriger*, A. (October 2012). Recruitment practices to engage female interest in computing . 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing: “Are we there yet?” Baltimore, MD. (Presentation given by Dawn Laux and Alka Harriger.)
  5. Harriger*, A. & Cao, W. (June 2012). Using outreach programs to increase interest in computing majors . 2012 WEPAN National Conference: Getting to the Heart of it All: Connecting Gender Research, WIE Programs, Faculty & Corporate Partners (pp.1-12). Columbus, OH. (11 pages. Presentation given by Alka Harriger.)
  6. Harriger*, A. & Harriger*, B. (April 2012). Designing a one-day program to engage interest in STEM. NAPE (National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity) Professional Development Institute (PDI), Theme: Access, Equity, Diversity: We Have an APP for That! Washington, DC. (Presentation given by Alka Harriger and Brad Harriger.)
  7. Harriger*, A., Magana*, A. & Lovan*, R. (October 2012). Identifying the Impact of the SPIRIT Program in Student Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions toward Computing Careers . 2012 Frontiers in Education Conference (pp.94-99). Seattle, WA. (Presentation by Alejandra Magana.)
  8. Forssen*, A, Moskal, B. & Harriger, A. (June 2011). Measuring the impact of a high school intervention on students' attitudes in Information Technology: Validation and use of an attitude survey . Proceedings of the 2011 Annual ASEE Conference and Exposition Vancouver, BC: ASEE. (16 pages. Presentation given by Anna Forssen..)
  9. Nawrocki*, J. & Harriger*, A.R. (March 2011). Using Alice games for classroom review. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Nashville, TN. (5 pages. Presentation given by Jane Nawrocki with support by Alka Harriger..)
  10. Harriger*, A.R., Harriger, B.C., Flynn, M.,& Flynn, S. (March 2011). TECHFIT: Combining fitness & technology to spark interest in STEM. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Nashville, TN. (8 pages. Presentation given by Alka Harriger..)
  11. Munson, A*, Moskal, B., Harriger, A., Lauriski-Karriker, T. & Heersink, D. (September 2011). Computing at the high school level: Changing what teachers and students know and believe . Computers & Education Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Ltd.., 57(2), 1836-1849.
  12. Forssen*, A., Lauriski-Karriker, T., Harriger, A., & Moskal, B. (July-September 2011). Surprising Possibilities Imagined and Realized through Information Technology: Encouraging High School Girls’ Interests in Information Technology . P.K. Raju, Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research Auburn, AL: The Institute for STEM Education & Research., 12 (5-6), 46-57.
  13. Heersink*, D., Moskal, B., Dann, W., Harriger, A. & Cooper, S. (March 2010). Investigating high school students’ computing beliefs. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference Louisville, KY: ASEE. (14 pages.)
  14. Lutes*, K. & Harriger, A.R. (February 2010). An online assignment submission system to collect participant deliverables. NSF-ITEST Summit Washington, DC. (This presentation shared a web-based tool that has been used successfully to collect deliverables from project participants..)
  15. Harriger, A.R. (February 2010). Bringing students to STEM through non-STEM subjects. NSF-ITEST Summit Washington, DC. (This presentation attendees about how using non-STEM pathways could increase one’s reach of students into STEM subjects..)
  16. Adams*, B., Harriger, A. & Doran, S. (June 2009). Camping With Alice . Alice Symposium. Durham, NC: Duke University. (3 pages.)
  17. Harriger*, A. & Farnsley*, G. (December 2009). Academy-Industry Partnerships to Bring Women to IT . Pradeep Shankar, Silicon India Magazine Fremont, CA: SiliconIndia, Inc.., 12-12, 38-39. (The managing editor invited us to write this article..)
  18. Berger*, M., Harriger*, A., Dooley, A. & Heck, C. (June 2009). Obstacles to Alice Adoption in the High School Classroom . Alice Symposium. Durham, NC: Duke University. (5 pages.)
  19. Harriger, A. (June 2009). Could Alice Equalize Student Learning? . Alice Symposium. Durham, NC: Duke University. (4 pages.)
  20. Snyder*, L, Hayes, D. & Harriger, A. (June 2009). Using Alice’s Visualization Capability to Promote Student Learning in the 9-12 Classroom . Alice Symposium. Durham, NC: Duke University. (3 pages.)
  21. Lutes*, K., Harriger*, A., & Purdum*, J. (June 14-17 2009). Do Introverts Perform Better in Computer Programming Courses? . Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference Austin, TX: ASEE. (9 pages.)
  22. Nawrocki*, J. & Harriger*, A. (June 2009). How Alice Game Templates Support Student Learning . Alice Symposium. Durham, NC: Duke University. (3 pages.)
  23. Munson*, A., Moskal, B. & Harriger, A. (June 14-17 2009). Surprising Possibilities Imagined and Realized Through Information Technology (SPIRIT): Attracting High School Students to Information Technology . Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference Austin, TX: ASEE. (12 pages.)
  24. Harriger*, A. R., & Munguia*, A. (June 2008). Attracting and retaining females and minority students into Technology . Karen Peterson, WEPAN 2008 National Conference: Gateway to Diversity: Getting Results Through Strategic Communications St. Louis, MO. (presentation given by Alka Harriger & Toni Munguia.)
  25. Harriger, A. (October 2008). Finding Success through SPIRIT . P. K. Raju, Journal of STEM Education Auburn, AL: The Institute for STEM Education & Research.
  26. Harriger*, A., & Dadhich, S. (June 2008). Using an Academic-Business Partnership to Reach More Women . Karen Peterson, WEPAN 2008 National Conference: Gateway to Diversity: Getting Results Through Strategic Communications (pp.25). St. Louis, MO. (presentation given by Alka Harriger & Cathy Billingsley.)
  27. Harriger*, A.R., & Jacobs, C. (November 2007). Using Alice to engage students. Technology Educators of Indiana Indianapolis, IN. (The presentation informed technology teachers about the upcoming SPIRIT program as well as how use of Alice could enhance instruction in their technology courses. John McDonald and Suchita Dadhich were instrumental in loaning and setting up laptops for the one-hour session to give participants the opportunity of using Alice.)
  28. Harriger*, A., Jacobs, C., & Compton, Y. (October 2007). Using Alice to engage math students. ICTM - Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics Indianapolis, IN. (presentation aimed to inform math teachers about the upcoming SPIRIT program as well as how use of Alice could enhance instruction in their math courses.)
  29. Harriger*, A., Lutes*, K., Purdum*, J. (June 2007). Designing curricula to teach concepts and increase employability . 2007 ASEE Conference and Exposition. Honolulu, HI: American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). (10-page article presented by J. Purdum.)
  30. Mariga*, J.M., Harriger*, A.R. (June 2007). A multi-pronged approach to address the IT gender gap . 2007 ASEE Conference and Exposition. Honolulu, HI: American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). (8-page article presented by J. Mariga.)
  31. Brewer*, J., Harriger*, A. & Mendonca*, J. (September 2006). Beyond the Model: Building an Effective and Dynamic IT Curriculum . Eli B. Cohen, Journal of Information Technology Education (JITE) Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Institute., 5, 441-458.
  32. Lutes, K., Purdum, J., Harriger, A. (2005). Ten Reasons to Use C# to Teach Introductory Computer Programming.. The Course Technology Conference Orlando, FL: Course Technology. (presentation by Lutes & Purdum.)
  33. Lutes*, K. D., Harriger, A. R., & Fanjoy, K. L. (August 2002). Teaching multi-tier software development using virtual machines. Rajiv D. Banker, Hsihui Chang, and Yi-Ching Kao, Proceedings of the Eighth Americas Conference on Information Systems Dallas, TX: Association for Information Systems. (presented by Lutes.)
  34. Harriger*, A.R. & Woods, D.M. (2001). A structured approach to teaching web development . (pp.23-27). Orlando, FL: WebNet 2001. (Presentation given by Denise Woods.)
  35. Harriger*, A. R., Lutes, K. D. & Ricci, Rosemary (2001). The negative impact of too much empowerment: Lasting effects . Issues in Information Systems (pp.120-126). International Association of Computer Information Systems Professionals Conference. (Presentation given by Kyle Lutes.)
  36. Harriger*, A.R. & Lutes, K.D. (2000). The negative impact of too much empowerment. International Association of Computer Information Systems Professionals 2000 Conference. (Presentation given by Kyle Lutes.)
  37. Harriger*, A.R. & Woods, D.M. (2000). Teaching the value of collaboration to the student web developer . WebNet 2000 San Antonio, TX. (Presentation given by Denise Woods.)
  38. Tomovic*, C.L., Pagano, M.A., Skvarenina, T.L., Newton, K. A., Harriger, A.R (1999). Supporting the implementation of student outcome-based assessment: The role of a school-wide assessment committee. Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Journal., 3(1), 69-76.
  39. Lisack*, S. & Harriger*, A. (July 1998). A new use for an old program design tool. Informing Science Mini-Conference within WORLD MULTICONFERENCE ON SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS AND INFORMATICS (SCI'98/ISAS'98) Orlando, Florida.
  40. Harriger*, A. R. & Lutes*, K. D. & LaBarre, J. (October 1998). The role of design when teaching RAD tools in programming courses. Proceedings of the 1998 International Association for Computer Information Systems 1998 Conference Cancun, Mexico.
  41. Harriger*, A. R. & Lutes*, K. D. (October 1998). Making the transition to Visual Basic. Proceedings of the 1998 International Association for Computer Information Systems 1998 Conference Cancun, Mexico.
  42. Harriger*, A. & Lisack*, S. (August 1998). Tools to facilitate event-driven program design in introductory courses. Baltimore, Maryland: Association for Information Systems 1998 Conference.
  43. Goyal*, A. & Harriger*, A.R. (Winter 1997-98). Distributed classrooms. Journal of Computer Information Systems, XXXVIII(2), 62-67.
  44. Harriger*, A.R. & Goyal*, A. (November 1996). Selecting an expert system shell for classroom instruction. Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 1996 Annual Meeting Orlando, Florida.
  45. Harriger*, A.R. & Goyal*, A. (Spring 1996). Bringing global connectivity into the Engineering Technology classroom. Journal of Engineering Technology
  46. Goyal*, A. & Harriger*, A.R. (March 1996). Using the Internet to create virtual classrooms. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Midwest Computer Conference Chicago, Illinois.
  47. Harriger, A. R. (1995). Expert systems through visualization. PC AI, 9(4), 26-31.
  48. Harriger*, A.R. & Goyal*, A. (Fall 1995). Connecting geographically dispersed classrooms for computer supported collaborative work. Journal of Information Systems Education, 7(3), 91-95.
  49. Goyal*, A. & Harriger*, A. (Summer 1995). Using CSCW technologies to connect classrooms. In A. Goyal (Ed.), Journal of Information Systems Education Worldwide Conference on Information Systems Education - WISE. (Reprinted from WISE '95--see below--due to best paper award..)
  50. Goyal*, A. & Harriger*, A. (June 1995). Using CSCW technologies to connect classrooms. In A. Goyal (Ed.), Worldwide Conference on Information Systems Education - WISE (pp.106-109). Denver, Colorado: Computerworld. (Received Best Paper Award.)
  51. Harriger, A.R. (1994). Expert systems in the manufacturing classroom. In J.G. Chen, F.G. Attia, D.L. Crabtree (Eds.), EXPERSYS-94: Expert Systems Applications & Artificial Intelligence (pp.713-717). Houston, Texas: Institute for Industrial Technology Transfer.
  52. Harriger*, A.R., Al-Dhelaan, A., Agrawal, J.C. (1993). International team teaching using long haul networks. In W. J. Tastle (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1993 Problem Solving Across the Curriculum Conference (pp.43-50). Geneva, New York: Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
  53. Harriger*, B.C., Harriger, A. R., Froemke, J. (1993). IBM's partnership with engineering technology at Purdue University. Proceedings of the CIEC Annual Conference (pp.138-142). Orlando, Florida: College Industry Education Conference.
  54. Harriger, A.R. (1991). One perspective on the role of female faculty in a predominantly-male undergraduate curriculum. 1991 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings (pp.1700-1703). New Orleans, Louisiana: American Society of Engineering Educators.
  55. Harriger, A.R. (1990). Using a classroom computer in a programming course for engineering technology students. 1990 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings (pp.1366-1369). Toronto, Canada: American Society of Engineering Educators.
  56. Harriger*, A.R. & Wittry, E.J. (1990). A group project that teaches the need for functional integration. 1990 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings (pp.1298-1301). Toronto, Canada: American Society of Engineering Educators.
  57. Payne*, M.J. & Harriger*, A.R. (1989). Problems with computer documentation: One solution. 1989 Academic Microcomputer Conference Proceedings (pp.217-223). Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana University, Ohio State University and the University of Akron.
  58. Stuart*, A. & Harriger*, A.R. (1988). Using an electronic writing lab to enhance students' writing. 1988 Academic Microcomputer Conference Proceedings (pp.361-369). Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana University.
  59. Harriger*, A.R. & Stuart*, A. (1988). Making the computing student a skilled communicator. ISECON '88 Proceedings: Seventh Annual Information Systems Conference (pp.19-24). Dallas, Texas: Data Processing Management Association.
  60. Harriger*, A.R. & Baouendi*, H.P. (1987). A research case study for CIS I students. ISECON '87 Proceedings: Sixth Annual Information Systems Conference (pp.107-110). San Francisco, California: Data Processing Management Association.
  61. Baouendi*, H.P. & Harriger*, A.R. (1987). Using a college structured programming service course as a model for training industry professionals. ISECON '87 Proceedings: Sixth Annual Information Systems Conference (pp.293-296). San Francisco, California: Data P
Rick Homkes

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Homkes, R., Chapter 21: Assessing both the Know and Show in IT Service-Learning. (2012) In B. A. Nejmeh (Ed.). Service Learning in Information Sciences Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
  2. Homkes, R., Chapter 3: Systems interfacing, instrumentation, and control systems. (2008) In R. H. Bishop (Ed.). Mechatronic systems, sensors, and actuators: Fundamentals and modeling (Part of The Mechatronics Handbook, 2nd ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC.
  3. Homkes, R., Chapter 3: Systems interfacing, instrumentation, and control systems.. (2006) In R. H. Bishop (Ed.). Mechatronics: An Introduction. Boca Raton, FL: CRC.
  4. Homkes, R., Chapter 3: Systems interfacing, instrumentation, and control systems. (2002) In R. H. Bishop (Ed.). The Mechatronics Handbook Boca Raton, FL: CRC.
  5. Homkes, R., Software Documentation - Object Oriented Technologies Addendum. (1998) Modern Drafting Practices and Standards Manual: [CD ROM and Bound] Update 59 Schenectady, NY: Genium.
  6. Homkes, R., Software Documentation. (1997) Modern Drafting Practices and Standards Manual: [CD ROM and Bound] Update 58Schenectady, NY: Genium.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Homkes, R., & Strikwerda, R. (2011). Applying CPR to the Teaching of IT Ethics. Proceedings of the 12th ACM SIGITE Conference on Information Technology Education (pp.in press). West Point, NY: ACM.
  2. Laux, C., Walton, A., Van Epps, A., Deranek, K., Sandall, D., Homkes, R., & Leach, S. (2011). Gateway experiences to engineering technology: An introductory course. 2011 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. Vancouver, BC: ASEE.
  3. Homkes, R., & Strikwerda, R. (2009). Meeting the ABET Program Outcome for Issues and Responsibilities: An Evaluation of CS, IS, and IT Programs. Proceedings of the 2009 ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education. Fairfax, VA: ACM.
  4. Homkes, R. (2008). Assessing IT Service-Learning. Proceedings of the 2008 ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education. Cincinnati, OH: ACM.
  5. Homkes, R., & Taylor, K. (2006). Community Service Learning Project. International Conference on Engineering Education ’06. San Juan, PR: ICEE.
  6. Homkes, R., Evanecky, D., & Kraebber, H. (2005). Applying FMEA to software. 2005 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. Portland, OR: ASEE.
  7. Homkes, R., & Filus, Z. (2001). A model for establishing an international industrial relationship. International Conference on Engineering Education ’01 Proceedings Oslo, Norway: ICEE. (http://www.ineer.org/Events/ICEE2001/Proceedings/Index.htm.)
  8. Homkes, R., Morales, C., Rowe, K., & Smith, M. (2000). New engineering faculty for the new millennium. 2000 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings St. Louis, MO: ASEE. (CD-ROM – 5 msp..)
  9. Homkes, R., Morales, C., Taylor, K., & Foster, G. (2000). Implementing a VISION for the Future of Engineering and Technology Education. 2nd Global Congress on Engineering Education Proceedings (pp.226-230). Wismar, Germany: UICEE.
  10. Barlow, V., Homkes, R., & Payne, M. (1999). Assessment in the classroom. 1999 Illinois/Indiana ASEE Proceedings (pp.68-73). DeKalb, IL: ASEE.
  11. Homkes, R., & Vega Riveros, J. F. (1999). Mirroring industry through international student projects. 2nd Asia-Pacific Forum on Engineering and Technology Education Proceedings (pp.33-36). Melbourne, Australia: UICEE.
  12. Griffin, J. & Homkes, R. (1999). Faculty Internships. 1999 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Charlotte, NC: ASEE. (CD-ROM:\ proceed\00215.pdf – 6 pages.)
  13. Homkes, R., & Taylor, K. (1999). Meeting the needs of industry: A design and implementation model for certificate programs. International Conference on Engineering Education ‘99. Ostrava, CZ: ICEE.
  14. Taylor, K., Aubrey, R., & Homkes, R. (1997). Tips for co-authoring: How to team up without regret. 1997 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Milwaukee, WI: American Society for Engineering Education.
  15. Taylor, K., & Homkes, R. (1997). VISION: Teaming industries and universities to improve K-12 technological education.. ISA TECH / 97 Anaheim, CA: ISA.
  16. Homkes, R. (1997). Discovering Mechatronics: A reskilling program for working engineers. 1st Asia-Pacific Forum on Engineering and Technology Education Melbourne, Australia: UICEE.
  17. Taylor, K., & Homkes, R. (1996). VISION 95: A teacher improvement program gets bigger and better. 1996 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Washington, DC: ASEE.
  18. Homkes, R., & Laskowitz, K. (1996). Instructional reengineering with faculty co-ops and internships. 1996 Illinois-Indiana ASEE Proceedings Peoria, IL: ASEE.
  19. Homkes, R. (1996). Writing and publishing your way to tenure. 1996 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Washington, DC: ASEE.
  20. Taylor, K., & Homkes, R. (1995). VISION: A community effort to improve K-12 science and mathematics education. 1995 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Anaheim, CA: ASEE.
  21. Homkes, R., & Taylor, K. (1995). VISION: Getting education to see the real world. 1995 Illinois/Indiana ASEE Proceedings West Lafayette, IN: ASEE.
  22. Homkes, R., & Taylor, K. (1995). Object orientation: The whole is greater than the sum of the parts. 1995 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Anaheim, CA: ASEE.
  23. Homkes, R. (1994). Promotion through publications and politics. 1994 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings Edmonton, Canada: ASEE.
  24. Homkes, R., & McVey, S. (1994). The eclectic mind: Combining creativity with the analytical process. 1994 Information Systems Education Conference Proceedings Denver, CO: EDSIG - Data Processing Management Association.
  25. Ross, J.M. & Homkes, R. (1994). C programming textbooks: Selection considerations. Computer Science Education, 5 (1), 37-44.
  26. Homkes, R., Pike, M., & Taylor, K. (1994). Interdepartmental cooperation: Jumbo shrimp?. Computers in Education Journal, 4 (3), 54-57.
  27. Homkes, R. & Ross, J.M. (1993). Clarifying C. SIGCSE Bulletin, 25 (3), 45-51.
Michael Kane

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Kane, M.D., Springer, J.A., and Sprague, J.E. (2008). Drug Safety Assurance through Clinical Genotyping: Near-Term Considerations for a System-Wide Implementation of Personalized Medicine. Personalized Medicine 5(4): 387-397.
  2. Kane, M.D., Springer, J.A., Iannotti, N.V., Gough, E.S., Johns, S.M., Schlueter, S.D. and Sepulve (2008). Identification of Development and Tissue-Specific Gene Expression in the Fathead Minnow Pimephales promelas, Rafinesque using Computational and DNA Microarray Methods. Journal of Fish Biology 72, 2341-2353.
  3. Zhang, M., Ouyang, Q., Stephenson, A., Kane, M.D., Salt, D., Prabhakar, S., Burgner, J., Buck, C. (2008). Interactive analysis of systems biology molecular expression data. BMC Systems Bioinformatics 2:23.
  4. Kane, M.D. and Summers, K.H. (2007). Challenges and opportunities in pharmacogenomics and therapeutics. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy 13(7): 607-608.
  5. Kane, M.D. and Brewer, J.L. (2007). An Information Technology Emphasis in Biomedical Informatics Education. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 40: 67-72.
  6. Kim, H., Kane, M.D., Kim, S., Dominguez, W., Applegate, B.M, and Savikhin, S. A (2007). Molecular Beacon DNA Microarray System for Rapid Detection of E. coli O157:H7 that Eliminates False Signal Risk. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 15:1041-1047.
  7. Perry, L., Heard, P., Kane, M., Kim, H., Savikhin, S., Dominguez, W., Applegate, B. (2007). Application of multiplex PCR to the detection of pathogens in food. Journal of Rapid Methods and Automation in Microbiology 15: 176-198.
  8. Kemp, M.Q., Liu, W., Thorne, P.A., Kane, M.D., Selmin, O., Romagnolo, D.F. (2006). Induction of the transferrin receptor gene by benzo[a]pyrene in breast cancer MCF-7 cells: Potential as a biomarker of PAH exposure. Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis 47: 518-526..
  9. Kane, M.D. (2005). Technical Issues in DNA Microarray Production and Utilization: Impact on Clinical Research.. Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics
  10. Kane, M.D. (2003). Meeting Highlights: 3rd International Symposium on Early Toxicity Screening: Early ADME-Tox Screening Approaches. Expert Opinion on Drug Safety
  11. Nagel, A.C., Thompson, J.D., Marino, M.A., and Kane, M.D (2003). Spanscript: A Novel Method for Deriving Non-Redundant 3’ cDNA Libraries for DNA Microarray Production. Hardiman, G, Microarray Methods and Applications: Nuts and Bolts
  12. Kane, M.D., Lin, H-S, Dombkowski, A.A., Diakiw, A., Nagel, A.C., Flexon, A., Leifheit, M., Sprague, (2003). Accelerating Preclinical Drug Development Using A Microarray-Based Method for Detecting Oxidative Enzyme (P450) mRNA Induction and Other Metabolic Genes in the Rat.. Hardiman, G, Microarray Methods and Applications: Nuts & Bolts
  13. Kane, M.D. (2002). Aligning experimental design with bioinformatics analysis to meet research objectives.. Cytometry
  14. Kane, M.D., Dombkowski, A.A., and Madore, S.J. (2002). The Emerging Utility of Oligonucleotide Microarrays. Lu, Q. and Weiner, M., Gene Cloning and Expression Technologies
  15. Kane, M.D. (2001). Screening for xenobiotic-mediated P450 induction using a dedicated DNA microarray protocol.. Journal of Clinical Ligand Assay
  16. Sprague, J.E., Worst, T.J., Haynes, K., Mosler, C.R., Nichols, D.E. and Kane, M.D. (2001). The pharmacodynamic characterization of an antisense oligonucleotide against monoamine oxidase-B (MAO-B) in rat brain striatal tissue.. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
  17. Kane, M.D. and Pisano, M. (2001). Outsourcing genomic and proteomic technology: A value-added solution.. Helix
  18. Kane, M.D., Lipinski, W.J., Callahan, M.J., Bian, F., Durham, R.A., Schwarz, R.D. Roher, A.E. and Wa (2000). Evidence for seeding of b-amyloid by intracerebral infusion of Alzheimer brain extracts in b-amyloid precursor protein-transgenic mice. Journal of Neuroscience
  19. Kane, M.D., Jatkoe, T.A., Stumpf, C.R., Lu, J., Thomas, J.D, and Madore, S.J. (2000). Assessment of the sensitivity and specificity of oligonucleotide microarrays. Nucleic Acids Research
  20. Kane, M.D., Schwarz, R.D., St. Pierre, L., Watson M.D., Emmerling, M.R., Boxer, P.A., and Walker, G. (1999). Inhibitors of V-type ATPases, bafilomycin A1 and concanamycin A, protect against b-amyloid-mediated effects on 3-(4,5-Dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide (MTT) reduction.. Journal of Neurochemistry
  21. Kane, M.D., Vanden Heuvel, J.P., Isom, G.E., and Schwarz, R.D. (1998). Differential expression of group I metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) in PC12 cells: role of nerve growth factor and ras.. Neuroscience Letters
  22. Kane, M.D., Yang, C.W., Gunasekar, G. and Isom, G.E. (1998). Trimethyltin stimulates protein kinase C translocation through receptor-mediated phospholipase C activation in PC12 cells.. Journal of Neurochemistry
  23. Yan, S.D., Stern, D., Kane, M., Kuo, Y-M., Lampert, H.C., and Roher, A.E. (1998). RAGE-Ab interactions in the pathophysiology of Alzheimer disease.. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience
  24. Pavlakovic, G., Kane, M.D., Eyer, C.L., Kanthasamy, A., and Isom, G.E. (1995). Activation of protein kinase C by trimethyltin: relevance to neurotoxicity.. Journal of Neurochemistry
  25. Sun, P., Borowitz, J.L., Kanthasamy, A.G., Kane, M. D., Gunasekar, P.G., and Isom, G.E. (1995). Antagonism of cyanide toxicity by isosorbide dinitrate: possible role of nitric oxide.. Toxicology
Dawn Laux

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. 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.
Samuel Liles

Book

Devost, M., Dion, M., Healey, J., Gourley, B., Liles, S., Mulvenon, C., Pitts, H., Rattray G., “Addressing Cyber Instability”, Cyber Conflict Studies Association, 2012

Book Chapter

Liles, S., “A unified generational warfare model”, The Handbook of 5th Generation Warfare, 2010

Liles, S., “The issues of non-state actors and the nation state”, Threats in the Age of Obama, 2009

Liles, S., Kamali, R., “Information Assurance and Security Curriculum Meeting the SIGITE Guidelines”, Handbook of Research on Social and Organizational Liabilities in Information Security; 2008

Journal

Borton, M., Liles, S., Liles, S. “Cyberwar Policy”, The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law, Spring 2010, pp 303 – 324

Borton, M., Liles, S, “Active defense of corporate information systems”, IO Journal, May 2010

Wozniak, J., Liles, S. “Political and technical roadblocks to cyber attack attribution”, IO Journal, Inaugural Issue, April 2009

Liles, S., A review of Software Forensics by Robert Slade, Journal of Digital Forensic Practice. 2008.

Liles, S., Kamali, R., “An Information Assurance and Security curriculum implementation” The Journal of Issues in Information Systems and Information Technology Volume 3, 2006

Kamali, R., Liles, S., Jiang, K., Nicolai, B., “A Curriculum Model Based on the SIGITE Guidelines” Journal of Information Technology Education, Volume 5, 2006.

Amici Curiae

United States v. Ray Andrus, On Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Kansas,” Brief of Amici Curiae Computer Forensics Researchers and Scientists”, August 2007

United States of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Andrew Auernheimer, Defendant-Appellant. Appeals from the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Case No. 11-CR-470, Judge Susan D. Wigenton

Conference Proceeding

Liles, S., Dietz, J.E., Rogers, M., Larson, D., “Applying traditional military principles to cyber warfare”, Fourth Annual International Conference on Cyber Conflict, Cooperative Cyber Defence, Center of Excellence, June 5 – 8, 2012, Talinn Estonia

Uzubell, S., Liles, S., Jiang, K., “An Analysis of the Common Body of Knowledge of Software Assurance”, SIGITE, October 7 – 9, 2010, Central Michigan University, Midland MI

Liles, S. ”Cyberwarfare: A form of low-intensity conflict and insurgency”, In proceedings Conference on Cyber Conflict, Cooperative Cyber Defence, Center of Excellence, June 16-18, 2010, Tallinn Estonia

Liles, S., “Cyber warfare compared to fourth and fifth generation warfare as applied to the Internet”. In proceedings of International 2007 International Symposium on Technology and Society: Risk, Vulnerability, Uncertainty, Technology and Society, June 1 – 2, 2007, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Rosco, R., Rogers, M. Liles, S., “Breaking Down Stereotypes: A Call for an ontological Model”. In proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Hilton Waikoloa Village Waikoloa HI January 3 – 6, 2007

Liles, S., Kamali, R., 2006. “An Information Assurance and Security curriculum implementation”. In proceedings of International Informing Science + Information Technology Education joint Conference (Manchester, England, UK, June 25 -28 2006).

Kamali, R., Liles, S., Winer, C., Jiang, K., and Nicolai, B. 2005.  “An implementation of the SIGITE model curriculum”. In Proceedings of the 6th Conference on information Technology Education (Newark, NJ, USA, October 20 – 22, 2005). SIGITE ’05. ACM Press, New York, NY.

Liles, S., “A vendor neutral wide area networking course” American Society for Engineering Education 2005 Illinois-Indiana Sectional Conference (Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA April 1-2, 2005)

Liles, S., “A vendor neutral local area networking course” American Society for Engineering Education 2005 Illinois-Indiana Sectional Conference (Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA April 1-2, 2005)

Liles, S., “Distance Education II Collaboration With Industry: Utilizing Software To Build Community and Foster Communication”, ASEE CIEC 2005, February 24-25, 2005

Technical Editor

Barrett, D., Kipper, G., Virtualization and Forensics: A digital forensic investigator’s guide to virtual environments, Syngress 2010

Bolt, S., Xbox Forensics, First Edition, Syngress 2010

Kyle Lutes

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Kyle Lutes, Alka Harriger, and Jack Purdum, (2005) An Information Systems Approach to Object-Oriented Programming using Microsoft Visual C# .NET Boston, MA: Thomson Course Technology. (ISBN: 0-619-21735-9)
  2. Harriger*, A. R. & Lisack*, S. K. & Gotwals*, J. K. & Lutes*, K. D., (1999) Introduction to Computer Programming with Visual Basic 6: A problem Solving Approach Indianapolis, IN: Que Education and Training. (ISBN 1-58076-241-7 (893 pages))

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Lutes, K. (June 2012). Cross-Platform Mobile App Software Development in the Curriculum. Informing Science + IT Education Conference Montreal, QC: The Informing Science Institute. (10 pages.)
  2. Erdei, R., Lutes, K. (June 2012). Exploring Our Options: An Investigation into Modern Publishing Alternatives for our Computer Programming Textbook. Informing Science + IT Education Conference Montreal, QC: The Informing Science Institute. (10 pages.)
  3. Lutes, K. (March 2012). Software for Easy Online Exam Proctoring. SITE 2012 Austin, TX: AACE Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. (4 pages.)
  4. Lutes*, K., Shanklin, T. (2012). So You Want To Teach an iPhone Programming Course?. Computers in Education Journal, 3(1), 59-65.
  5. Whittinghill, D., Lutes, K. (October 2011). Teaching Enterprise Application Development: Strategies and Challenges. SIGITE Conference 2011 (pp.221-226). West Point, NY.
  6. Patchigolla, V.N., Springer, J., & Lutes, K. (April 2011). Embedded Database Management Performance. 8th International Conference on Information Technology Las Vegas, NV: New Generation (ITNG 2011).
  7. Lutes, K., Springer, J., & Howard, K. (June 2009). A Survey of Embedded Database Technology for Mobile Applications. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference Austin, TX, T: ASEE. (11 pages.)
  8. Lutes*, K., Harriger*, A., & Purdum*, J. (June 2009). Do Introverts Perform Better in Computer Programming Courses?. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference Austin, TX, : ASEE. (9 pages.)
  9. Lutes, K. (May 2009). A Forensics Tool for Windows Mobile Smartphones and PDAs. Mobile Forensics World Chicago, IL. (Invited Speaker.)
  10. Lutes, K. D. (May 2008). A Proof of Concept Forensics Tool for Windows Mobile Devices. Mobile Forensics World Chicago, IL. (Invited Speaker.)
  11. Lutes*, K., Mislan*, R. (May 2008). The Development of a Forensics Tool for Windows Mobile Devices. Proceedings (pp.1-11). Pittsburg, PA: ASEE Conference and Exposition.
  12. Lutes*, K., Mislan*, R., (July 2008). Challenges in Mobile Phone Forensics. Proceedings from the International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation Orlando, FL: International Institute of Informatics International Institute of Informatics., 1, 348-352.
  13. Lutes*, K., Springer, J., Howard, K., (July 2008). A Comparison of Embedded Database Management Systems for Windows Mobile Devices. Proceedings from the International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation Orlando, FL: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics., 1, 353-357.
  14. Zhu, F., Mariappan, Anand., Boushey, C., Kerr, D., Lutes, K., Ebert, D., (January 2008). Technology-Assisted Dietary Assessment. Proceedings of the IS&T/SPIE Conference on Computational Imaging San Jose, TX.
  15. Lutes*, K., Harriger*, A., (April 2008). Automating Student Photo Rosters using a PDA. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Las Vegas, NV., 2008 (1), 2727-2730.
  16. Harriger*, A., Lutes*, K., Purdum*, J. (June 2007). Designing curricula to teach concepts and increase employability. ASEE Conference and Exposition Honolulu, HI: ASEE. (10-page article presented by J. Purdum.)
  17. Lutes, K. D.*, Chang, K. (June/July 2007). Cross-Platform Development for PDAs and Tablet PCs. Smartphone & Pocket PC Magazine, 10 No. 3, 65-67.
  18. Lutes, K., Chang, K., Baggili, I. (2006). Diabetic e-Management System (DEMS) . Information Technology : New Generations, IEEE Computer Society Las Vegas, NV.
  19. Chang, K., Lutes, K., Braswell, M., & Nielsen, J. (2006). Nurses' Perception of Using a Pocket PC for Shift Reports and Patient Care. International Journal of Health Information Systems and Informatics, 1 (1), 52-62.
  20. Lutes, K. (2006). Programming Mobile Devices Using Visual C# .NET and the .NET Compact Framework. The Conference 2006 San Francisco, CA: Course Technology.
  21. Lutes, K., Purdum, J., Harriger, A. (2005). Ten Reasons to Use C# to Teach Introductory Computer Programming. The Conference 2005 Orlando, FL: Course Technology.
  22. Lutes, Kyle D. (July-September 2004). Software Development for Mobile Computers. IEEE Pervasive Computing
  23. Lutes, Kyle D. (March 2004). Designing and Building Applications for the Pocket PC. www.informit.com
  24. Lutes, Kyle D. (March 2004). Adding Properties to an Object in C# is Different than Java and C++. DevSource (www.devsource.ziffdavis.com)
  25. Szaroletta*, W.K. and K.D. Lutes (June 2003). Improving Mechanics Student Satisfaction Through On-Line Data Dissemination and Laboratory Report Submission. Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Nashville, TN.
  26. Lutes*, K. D., Harriger, A. R., & Fanjoy, K. L. (2002). Teaching multi-tier software development using virtual machines.. Eighth Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  27. Lutes, Kyle D. (August 2001). Techniques for Retaining State Information in ASP Applications. (Retrieved August 9, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.informit.com.)
  28. Lutes, Kyle D. (August 2001). Separating the User Interface from the Business Logic. ( Retrieved August 9, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.informit.com.)
  29. Lutes, Kyle D. (August 2001). Retaining User State without Sessions or Cookies in ASP Applications. (Retrieved August 9, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.informit.com.)
  30. Lutes, Kyle D. (August 2001). Preventing Multi-User Concurrency Problems. (Retrieved August 9, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.informit.com.)
  31. Lutes, K. D. (2001). Five Browser Independent Techniques for Retaining Application State in Active Server Page Applications. Proceedings of the Seventh Americas Conference on Information Systems (5 msp.)
  32. Harriger*, A. R., Lutes, K. D. & Ricci, Rosemary (2001). The Negative Impact of Too Much Empowerment: Lasting Effects. Issues in Information Systems (pp.120-126). International Association of Computer Information Systems Professionals Conference.
  33. Mull*, J. C., Lutes, K. D. (2001). Developing Embedded Visual Basic 3.0 Applications for Win CE 3.0 and the Pocket PC. Proceedings of the 2001 ISECON Conferenece (4 msp.)
  34. Lutes*, K. D., Thurwachter, C. N. (2001). Wireless Viruses: Coming Soon to a PDA Near You?. Issues in Information Systems (pp.268-274). International Association of Computer Information Systems Professionals Conference.
  35. Lutes, K.D.*, Payne, M.J. (May 2001). A Comparison of Two Modern Enterprise Environments - Microsoft and Java. Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy (pp.710-711). Toronto, ON: Information Resources Management Association.
  36. Dooley*, F., Guzman, R., Lutes, K. (2000). Agribusiness Supplementary Course Materials Web Page. Proceedings of the 2000 IAMA Conference (8 msp.)
  37. Lutes*, K. D. & Orme, D. J. (2000). The Internet Classroom: Paperless Assignment Submissions. Poster session presented at TLT2000, Teaching, Learning & Technology Showcase West Lafayette, IN.
  38. Geer*, C., Lutes*, K. (2000). Enterprise Development Technologies and E-Commerce. Proceedings of the 2000 ISECON Conference (7 msp.)
  39. Lutes, K. (2000). Paperless Assignment Submissions. Proceedings from the WebNet 2000 - World Conference on Educational Media (2 msp.)
  40. Lutes, K. D. (2000). State of the Art in Enterprise Application Development - Hard to Teach. In R. Haven (Ed.), Issues in Information Systems (pp.295-301). International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference.
  41. Lutes, Kyle D. (October 2000). Develop Scriptless Web Apps Using Visual Basic. InformIT (Retrieved October 31, 2000, from the World Wide Web: http://www.informit.com.)
  42. Harriger*, A. R., Lutes, K. D. (2000). The Negative Impact of Too Much Empowerment. In R. Hayen (Ed.), Issues in Information Systems (pp.185-188). International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference.
  43. Lutes, K. D. (1999). Automating Large Classroom Activities Using Interactive Web Pages . Proceedings of the 1999 International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference (7 msp.)
  44. Harriger*, A. R. & Lutes*, K. D. & LaBarre, J. (1998). The Role of Design When teaching RAD Tools in Programming Courses. Proceedings of the 1998 International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference (4 msp.)
  45. Harriger*, A. R. & Lutes*, K. D. (1998). Making the Transition to Visual Basic. Proceedings of the 1998 International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference (6 msp.)
  46. Lutes, Kyle D. (April/May 1997). Product review of VideoSoft’s VSView 2.0. Visual Basic Programmers Journal Buyer’s Guide, 7(5), 53.
  47. Lutes, Kyle D. (April 1997). Faking it with Pseudo DLLs. VB Tech Journal (pp.56-60).
  48. Lutes, Kyle D. (April/May 1997). Product review of VideoSoft’s VS-OCX 5.0. Visual Basic Programmers Journal Buyer’s Guide, 7(5), 52.
  49. Lutes, Kyle D. (September 1996). An “Inny” Object. Visual Basic Developer (pp.13-16).
  50. Lutes, Kyle D. (July 1996). Build a City and State Lookup Class. Visual Basic Developer (pp.1-4).
  51. Lutes, Kyle D. (April/May 1996). Book review of Inside Visual C++ - 3rd Edition. Visual Basic Programmers Journal Buyer’s Guide, 6(5), 96-97.
  52. Lutes, Kyle D. (April 1996). Add Automatic City and State Lookup to Your VB Applications. Visual Basic Developer
  53. Lutes, Kyle D. (Sept/Oct 1995). Use the Message Blaster to Update Your Status Bar. Visual Basic Tool Tips, 1(4), 13-14.
  54. Lutes, Kyle D. (October 1995). Total Recall. Visual Basic Programmers Journal, 5(10), 106-111.
Alejandra Magana

Journals

  1. Magana, A.J. (2014). Learning Strategies and Multimedia Techniques for Scaffolding Size and Scale Cognition. Computers & Education 72(1), 376-377.
  2. Vasileska, D., Klimeck, G., Magana, A.J. & Goodnick, S.M. (2013). Tool-Based Curricula and Visual Learning. Electronics. 17(2), 95-104.
  3. 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.
  4. Ringenberg T. and Magana, A.J. (2013). STEM-Based Computing Educational Resources on the Web. Journal of Computational Science Education. 4(1), 16-23.
  5. 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.
  6. 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. 
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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. 
  11. 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
  12. 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. 
  13. 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.
  14. 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. (in press). Haptic Technologies to Support Learning. In. M. Spector (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. SAGE Publications; Thousand Oaks, CA (invited publication).
  2. Magana, A.J. (in press). Cyberinfrastructure for STEM Learning and Instruction. In. M. Spector (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. SAGE Publications; Thousand Oaks, CA (invited publication).

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. 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.
  25. 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.
  26. 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
  27. 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.
  28. 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. (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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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).
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8.  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.
  9.  Magana, A.J. (2011). Computational Simulation Tools for Education. Research Seminar Universidad EAFIT. Medellin, Colombia. Proyecto 50 Seminar Series. October 5, 2011.
  10. Magana, A.J. (2011). Computational Simulation Tools for Education. Research Seminar Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogota, Colombia. Proyecto 50 Seminar Series. October 7, 2011.
  11. Magana, A.J. (2011). Teaching and Learning with nanoHUB Simulation Tools. Research Colloquium at Arizona State University.  March 29, 2011.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.

 

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