Home

Chris Augeri’s Portfolio

E-mail

 

My portdolio is listed in…

 

1.   Chronological Order (author cross-reference)

 

2.   Topical Order

a.    Graph Theory

b.    Distributed Sensor Networks (DSNs) & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)

c.    Computer Science Pedagogy & Research Methodology

d.   Information Processing (XML Compression Study)

e.    Social Media

f.     Public Interest

 

3.   Venue Order

a.    Theses

b.    Journal Articles

c.    Conference Articles

d.   Published Articles

e.    Presentations

f.     Interviews

g.   Funding

h.   Service

 

Notes

1. * denotes the primary speaker

 

2. An “archive” PDF, if posted contains embedded fonts, accessibility tags & a search index. A “print” PDF, if posted, has been stripped of accessibility tags and images are downsampled to 300 DPI. A “web” PDF, if posted, has also been stripped of all embedded fonts and the search index, its images are downsampled to 72 DPI and the file is optimized for fast web view. Unless otherwise stated, PDF files do not contain page thumbnails.

 

A.   Theses

1.   Chris Augeri. Development of an Abstract Graph Partitioning Model Using the Maple V Computer Algebra System, M.A. Thesis, University of Nebraska-Omaha, December 2000.

     files / links: favorite result, a U.S. 4-coloring balancing area & border distance — gif, png, jpg, bmp, txt

 

2.   Chris Augeri. On Graph Isomorphism and the PageRank Algorithm, Doctoral Thesis, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH, September 2008.

              files / links: abstract (web, w/ front & back matter), DTIC

 

B.   Journal Articles (refereed)

1.   Chris Augeri, Barry Mullins, Rusty Baldwin, and Leemon Baird. “Computing Equitable PageRank Values” (in preparation).

 

2.   Chris Augeri, Barry Mullins, Leemon Baird, Dursun Bulutoglu, and Rusty Baldwin. “An algorithm for determining isomorphism using lexicographic sorting and the matrix inverse”, Congressus Numerantium, Utilitas Mathematica Publishing, Winnipeg, Canada, ISSN 0384-9864, vol. 184, pgs. 97–120, December 2007.

files / links: pre-print, publisher

 

C.   Conference Articles (peer-reviewed)

1.   Chris Augeri* and Hesham Ali. “New Graph-based Algorithms for Partitioning VLSI Circuits”, in the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Vancouver, BC, Canada, IEEE, vol. 4, pgs. 521–524, 23–26 May 2004.

              files / links: paper, posterproceedings, conference, citation

 

2.   Dan Neebel, Chris Augeri, Gordon MacMillan*, Leemon Baird, and Adrian de Freitas. “Work-in-progress: a visual cache memory simulator”, in the Proceedings of the 35th Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Indianapolis, IN, IEEE, 19–22 October 2005.

              files / links: paper, slidesproceedings, conference

 

3.   Chris Augeri*, Dan Neebel, Leemon Baird, and Adrian de Freitas. “UAV communications: integrating a real-world scenario with computer architecture”, in the Proceedings of the 35th Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Indianapolis, IN, IEEE, 19–22 October 2005.

              files / links: paper, slidesproceedings, conference

 

4.   Chris Augeri*, Kevin Morris, and Barry Mullins. “JOCosim: using Java, OPNET, and C to enable mobile co-simulation”, in the Proceedings of the 10th OPNETWORK Conference, Reagan Center, Washington, D.C., OPNET, 28 August 2006 – 1 September 2006.

              files / links: paper, slides, conference

 

5.   Chris Augeri*, Kevin Morris, and Barry Mullins. “HARVEST: a framework and co-simulation environment for analyzing unmanned aerial vehicle swarms”, in the Proceedings of the 25th Military Communications Conference (MILCOM), Washington, D.C., IEEE, 23–25 October 2006.

              files / links: paper, slidesproceedingsconference

 

6.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Dursun Bulutoglu, Rusty Baldwin, and Leemon Baird. “An analysis of XML compression efficiency”, in the Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Experimental Computer Science (ExpCS), San Diego, CA, ACM, 13–14 June 2007.

              files / links: supporting material, paperslidesproceedings, conference, citations — 1, 2, 3, 4

 

7.   Greg Brault*, Chris Augeri, Barry Mullins, Rusty Baldwin, and Chris Mayer. “Enabling skip graphs to process k-dimensional range queries in a mobile sensor network”, in the Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA), Cambridge, MA, IEEE, 12–14 July 2007.

              files / links: paper, slidesproceedings, conference

 

8.   Greg Brault*, Chris Augeri, Barry Mullins, Chris Mayer, and Rusty Baldwin. “Assessing standard and inverted skip graphs using multi-dimensional range queries and mobile nodes”, in the Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems (MOBIQUITOUS), Philadelphia, PA, IEEE, 6–10 August 2007.

              files / links: paper, slides, proceedings, conference

 

D.   Published Articles (edited)

1.   Chris Augeri. “America will overcome”, Airtides, Base Newspaper, McGuire Air Force Base, Wrightstown, OH, October 2001.

files / links: scan, text

 

2.   Keith Shomper and Chris Augeri, “CS Think!”, Discovery, United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, CO, April 2003.

              files / links: paper

 

3.   Chris Augeri. “Intentional learners at USAFA”, Educator, United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, CO, Winter 2004.

              files / links: paper

 

4.   Chris Augeri. “Mr. Quiz: an in-class active learning game”, Educator, United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, CO, Winter 2004.

              files / links: paper

 

5.   Chris Augeri*, Sanjukta Bhowmick, Robin Gandhi, and Quiming Zhu. “Social Cloaking: Individuality, Anonymity, and Centrality,” DARPA SHIELD Workshop, Washington, D.C., October, 2010.

 

6.   Chris Augeri. “Should you block employee web surfing?”, Frontline IT Blog, IT Insider, (invited guest post), 10 May 2011.

              files / links: post, editor

 

E.   Presentations

1.   Chris Augeri* and Hesham Ali. “On using Maple V to partition directed acyclic graphs”, presented at the Maple Summer Workshop, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada, July 2002.

              files / links: paper, slides

 

2.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Leemon Baird, Dursun Bulutoglu, and Rusty Baldwin. “An algorithm for determining isomorphism”, presented at the 38th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing (CGTC), Florida Altlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, FL, 5–9 March 2007.

              files / links: abstract, slides, conference

 

3.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Leemon Baird, Dursun Bulutoglu, and Rusty Baldwin. “Determining a canonical graph isomorph using lexicographic sorting”, presented at the Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 25 April 2007.

              files / links: abstract, slidesseminar

 

4.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Leemon Baird, Dursun Bulutoglu, and Rusty Baldwin. “Logarithmic coloring: how hard is it to determine isomorphism?”, presented at the 44th Midwestern Graph Theory Conference (MIGHTY), Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 11–12 May 2007.

              files / links: abstract, slidesconference

 

5.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Leemon Baird, Dursun Bulutoglu, and Rusty Baldwin. “Linear systems and k-dimensional Weisfeiler-Lehman stabilization”, presented at the Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 10 January 2008.

              files / links: abstract, seminar

 

6.   Chris Augeri*, Barry Mullins, Rusty Baldwin, Leemon Baird, and Dursun Bulutoglu. “On Some Results in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Swarms”, an invited talk presented at the Department of Mathematics Colloquium, University of Dayton (UD), Dayton, OH, 17 April 2008.

              files / links: abstract, slides (web, archive), colloquium

 

7.   Chris Augeri*. On Graph Isomorphism and the PageRank Algorithm, Doctoral Thesis Defense, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH, 31 July 2008.

files / links: announcement posted by AFIT Public Affairs office

 

8.   Chris Augeri*. “Understanding Social Networks – Network Perception & Influence,” Infotec Proceedings, Omaha, NE, 17 April 2011.

files / links: slides, news article @ Silicon Prairie, conference site

 

9.   Chris Augeri*. “The MightyMoRiver,” Omaha Chamber of Commerce Startup Demonstration Night, Omaha, NE, 4 August 2011.

files / links: news article @ Silicon Prairie (video at end of post)

 

10.        Chris Augeri*. “The MightyMoRiver Project – Curating 2011 Missouri River Flood Info,” Proceedings of the Knowledge Discovery / Modeling & Simulation (KDMS) Workshop, Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) Conference, San Diego, CA, 21 August 2011.

files / links: slides, workshop site, conference site

 

11.        Chris Augeri*. “Prototyping Open Data Apps – Using Yahoo! Pipes & Other Technologies”, Hack Omaha, Omaha, NE, 13–15 April 2012.

files / links: conference site

 

F.   Interviews

1.   Heather Leson [via interview with Chris Augeri]. “Mighty Lessons from Mighty Mo”, Ushahidi Blog, 15 September, 2011

files / links: post

 

2.   Liam Boogar* [via interview with Chris Augeri]. “When Disaster Strikes”, Paper.li Blog, Small Rivers, 10 November, 2011

files / links: post

 

3.   Ross Boettcher [via interview with Chris Augeri]. “Protesting anti-piracy bill”, Omaha World-Herald, 18 January, 2012

files / links: article

 

G.   Funding

1.   Chris Augeri*, Sandeep Parikh, and Moises Sudit. “CEDAR (Complex Event Discovery, Analysis, and Ranking),” ONR STTR Award, Washington, D.C., 2009.

              files / links: abstract

 

2.   Chris Augeri*, Sanjukta Bhowmick, Robin Gandhi, and Quiming Zhu. “Social Cloaking: Individuality, Anonymity, and Centrality,” DARPA SHIELD Workshop, Washington, D.C., October, 2010.

 

H.  Service

1.   Chris Augeri*. Mentor & Organizer, Startup Weekend Omaha, 16–18 September 2011.

files / links: conference site, twitter (@sw_omaha), hashtag (#swomaha)

 

2.   Chris Augeri*. Organizing Committee & Reviewer, Knowledge Discovery / Modeling & Simulation (KDMS) Workshop, Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) Conference, San Diego, CA, 2011.

files / links: workshop site, conference site

 

4.   Chris Augeri*. Chair, User Experience Panel, The MightyMoRiver Project – Curating 2011 Missouri River Flood Info, Technology Visions for Network Extraction, Discovery and Analysis (NEDA) Workshop, Air Force Research Labs (AFRL), Vernon, NY, 21–23 September 2011.

files / links: slides

 

5.   Chris Augeri*. Social Media Curator, TEDxOmaha 2011, Omaha, NE, 15 October 2011.

files / links: conference site, twitter (@tedxomaha), hashtag (#tedxomaha)

 

6.   Chris Augeri*. Social Media Curator, TEDxLincoln 2011, Lincoln, NE, 10 November 2011.

files / links: conference site, twitter (@tedxlincoln), hashtag (#tedxlincoln)

 

7.   Chris Augeri*, Lightning Talks Unconference Session Chair, Infotec 2012, Omaha, NE, 17–18 April 2012.

files / links: abstract