Bias Reduction in Statistical Analyses of Incomplete Data Sets,
ISDS December 2012
Performance Measures for Improved Submarine Decision Making,
Exploring human error in an RPA target detection task, HFES
- Calibrating Interpersonal Trust in
Networked Teams, the American Psychological
Association, APA August 2012.
- An English literature professor is applying my Googlewhack
research to Google books in order to find out if Ahab was
related to slavery around the time Moby Dick was published.
Frequency content of the
during active fixation,2010 Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting
Martina Poletti, and Michele Rucci
Please take a look at the actual poster
pdf here. The theory behind it is
from my professor Michele Rucci in the Active
Probabilities,Heaps’ law and Word Associativity
with Dr. Bruce Bukiet has been published in The
Quantitative Linguistics 2009, Volume 16, Number 1, pp. 40–66.
I also presented a poster (pdf)
at the NJIT Applied and
15-16 2006). The poster at the
conference is show in the photo to the right. My abstract is online
for Fun and Profit,
Heaps' Law and Search Engine Index Size
gave a Tech Talk to Google New York on
this topic on May 22 2008. A complete video of this talk is up on youtube
- The Free-for-All Effect:
for Drastically Fluctuating Rates of
the summers of 2006 and 2007 I worked with
Chris Adami at the Keck
Graduate Institute in Claremont
CA. My research regarding
computational evolution used the software
Avida. We are
collaborating with Rich Lenski's lab in Michigan.
In the summer of 2005
I participated in a Math Biology Training Program UBMTP,
I gave a short
talk on my work at an
Mathematical Biology Seminar
in January. We displayed a poster (PPT)
at the annual meeting of
The Ecological Society of America. My partner and I have also drafted a
paper but I do not expect it to be published.
My picture of a
grave in a parking lot was included in the book
rethinking a lot.
The Art and Science
of Spirals (Book)
A Barnes and Nobles book by Victor Dorff includes a copy of a
drawing made by my
oscilloscope (at right). The book is cheap and it includes a spirograph set, see
- I organized the development of a
certain website. It got over 150,000 page-views from
172 countries in only the first two months after release as well
as significant media attention. Many thoughts were provoked.
- My trick to
get the most out of your toothpaste was linked by
lifehacker ... which makes me ... famous?
glint photo became the optics picture of the day
Compression Progress: A Simple Principle Explains ... Subjective
Beauty, Novelty etc. 2009-
I am aknowledged in a book chapter by Jürgen
Schmidhuber, Surprise etc.
made a small change to equation (1) that I suggested equation.
See it here.
Photo of a glory over texas (seen in the following places)
The photo was first published on Les Cowley's atmosphere optics page here
after I submitted it.
- It was then published
in the physics journal of the Roland
Eötvös Physical Society of
Budpaest, regarding a paper on rainbows. As it happens, the
journal is entirely in Hungarian, you can see my photo on
the back cover of the journal below. Prof. Jozsef Cserti saw
where the glory phenomenon is explained.
Displayed in "the
exhibit at the Boyden Gallery, St. Mary's College of Maryland. June
12-September 30, 2010
The entire Atmosphere exposed exhibit was
on display at the National Science Foundation from January to March
2012. See a photo of the display
I've written some Op-Eds poems and Comics for my
various school's newspapers, literary journals and websites, I might put
a comic up sometime.
Some topics with potential:
- Creating the most beautiful piece of art using evolutionary methods
and the Amazon Mechanical Turk.
- I drafted a paper based on my work in the AP-Lab. I hope that it
will be published eventually
- I have a creative way
of looking at differential calculus-
and a pipe dream to publish it. Don't hold your breath.