Elizabeth Ruescchoff, Assistant Professor of Biology had a paper accepted for publication:
Elizabeth E. Rueschhoff, Jeffrey W. Gillikin, Heike W. Sederoff, Margaret E. Daub, The SOS4 pyridoxal kinase is required for maintenance of vitamin B6-mediated processes in chloroplasts, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Volume 63, February 2013, Pages 281-291, ISSN 0981-9428, 10.1016/j.plaphy.2012.12.003. Download »
Dr. Bahman Nassim, Professor of Chemistry and his coauthor Dr. Ming-Lei Wang had their latest paper on pain medicine research published in the Journal: Medicinal Chemistry. "Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Naloxone and Naltrexone-Derived Hybrid Opioids, Medicinal Chemistry, 2012, No. 8, PP. 681-689.
Ray Wisman, Associate Professor of Computer Science, and Kyle Forinash, Professor of Physics, had their article on 'Smartphones as portable oscilloscopes for physics labs', published in The Physics Teacher, Vol. 50 No. 4 (2012) p242.
Peer Reviewed Paper by Computer Science students of Mobile Robot Laboratory:
Jesse Riddle, Ryan Hughes, Nathaniel Biefeld, and Suranga Hettiarachchi, Assistant Professor of Computer Science (2012). A User Friendly Software Framework for Mobile Robot Control. Proceedings of the 23rd Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Cincinnati, USA. CEUR vol. 0074-841-4, pp. 44-49. This work will be presented on Apr 21-22, 2012.
Associate Professor of Biology, Dr. Doug Darnowski, had a paper published, with former IU Southeast student Yana Santiago as first author, in the March issue of the Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society. The title is "Mycorrhizal Formation by Various Carnivorous Plants."
The third revision of Understanding Medical Coding: A Comprehensive Guide, co-authored by Senior Lecturer of Biology, Ms. Sandra Johnson, MS, CPC, CMA (AAMA) was published March 1, 2012, published by Delmar Cengage. This includes a medical coding textbook, student workbook, and instructor's manual as well as online instructor and student resources.
Dr. David Winship Taylor, Professor of Biology coauthored a chapter in the new book Evolution of the Plant-Pollinator Relationships edited by S. Patiny.
Dr. Suranga Hettiarachchi from the Computer Science Department had a book chapter published:
Hettiarachchi, S. (2011). Adaptive Learning of Robot Swarms in Unfamiliar Environments. In Spears, William M.; Spears, Diana F. (Eds.), Physicomimetics: Physics-Based Swarm Intelligence. 1st Edition., 643 p. ISBN 978-3-642-22803-2, Springer.
Ms. Sandra Johnson of Allied Health attended the American Association of Medical Assistants conference in Indianapolis, September 23-27. This is a national conference for medical assistants and educators of medical assisting, medical coding, and medical transcription. An important event at this conference: The third edition of Understanding Medical Coding, co-authored by Sandra Johnson and Robin Linker, scheduled to be published January 2012 by Delmar Cengage Publishers, will be featured at the publishers showcase at this conference.
Dr. W. C. Lang of the Mathematics Department had an article published:
W. C. Lang, N. R. M. Buist, A. Geary, S. Buckley, E. Adams, A. C. Jones, S. Gorsek, S. C. Winter, H. Tran, B. R. Rogers. Quantification of Intraoral Pressures During Nutritive Sucking: Methods with Normal Infants. Dysphagia. 2011;26: 277-286.
Dr. Douglas Darnowski, from the Biology Department had a peer-reviewed paper accepted by the Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society on "Prey Preference in Corkscrew Plants."
Dr. Randy Hunt co-authored a paper with colleagues at the University of Missouri and University of Wisconsin. The paper, Host shifts and signal divergence: mating signals covary with host use in a complex of specialized plant-feeding insects, was published in Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2010).
Dr. Randy Hunt's publication on the vibrational mating behavior of insects was featured in the fall 2010, IU Research & Creative Activity report and was recently published in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.
Attum, O., Y. Lee, and B. Kingsbury. The population size and density of the northern population of the Copper-bellied watersnake, Nerodia erythrogaster neglecta. Northeastern Naturalist 16: 317-320. (2009)
Attum, O., S. El Noby, I. N. Hassan. The influence of landscape characteristics and anthropogenic factors on waterhole use by Vulnerable Nubian ibex Capra nubiana. Oryx 43: 564-567. (2009)
Kingsbury, B. A. and O. Attum. Book chapter, Conservation Strategies: Captive breeding, translocation, and repatriation. In: Snakes: Ecology and Conservation. pp 201-220. (Eds.) S. Mullin and R. Seigel. Cornell University Press. (2009)
Baker, Crump W. Strongly S-closed spaces and firmly contra-continuous functions, with M. Caldas and S. Jafari) Missouri J. Math 21: 175-182. (2009)
Baker, Crump W. Weakly almost contra-precontinuous functions, International J. Pure and Applied Math 56: 69-76. (2009)
Zimbler, DL, WF Penwell, JA Gaddy, SM Menke, AP Tomaras, PL Connerly, and LA Actis. Iron acquisition functions expressed by the human pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii. Biometals 22: 23-32. (2009)
Darnowski DW. Some ramblings as we restart. Triggerplant Journal 1: 3. (2009)
Lucinda Woodward and Peter Galvin. Halfway to Nowhere: Liberian Former Child Soldiers in a Ghanaian Refugee Camp. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (5): 1003 – 1011. (2009)
Hettiarachchi, S. and W. Spears. Distributed adaptive swarm for obstacle avoidance. International Journal of Intelligent Computing and Cybernetics 2 (4): 641-671. (2009) Emerald Group Publishing Group
J.D. LaGrange, Rationally -complete commutative rings of quotients. J. Algebra Appl 8 (5): 601-615. (2009)
S. Ramachandran, Contemporary Issues in Undergraduate Informatics Education, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education NCS Conference (Paper ID: 35 in the print proceedings) (2009)
S. Ramachandran, T.N. Parnell and T.D. House. Using Popular Culture as a Pedagogical Tool to teach Social Informatics Concepts. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education NCS Conference (Paper ID: 36 in the print proceedings) (2009)
Bauer, C. E., Setterdahl, A., Wu, J., and Robinson, B. R. Regulation of Gene Expression in Response to Oxygen Tension. The Purple Phototrophic Bacteria (Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration) (Hunter, C. N., Daldal, F., Thurnauer, M. C., and Beatty, J. T., Eds.), 707-725. (2009) Springer
Haklin Kimm, Sung Shin, Chang Oan Sung, “Failure Management Development for Integrated Automotive Safety-Critical Software Systems.” 2009 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, Honolulu, Hawaii. 517-521. (2009)
Boncheol Gu, Yookun Cho, Gwangil Jeon, Junyoung Heo, and Chang Oan Sung, "A Topology Independent Node Duplication Method for Fault Tolerant Real-time Systems." International Conference on Convergence Technology and Information Convergence, Nashville, TN. 108-115. (2009)
Jung Y. Kim, Rex Gantenbein, and Chang Oan Sung, "A Discipline for Constructing Dynamic Intrusion Detection Systems" INFORMATION: An International Interdisciplinary Journal, 12 (4). (2009)
Taylor, D. W. Molecular Paleobotany: More than just the bases. Terra Nostra (Program and Abstract Volume), Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft (79th Annual Convention of the Paleontology Society), 79: 116. (2009) (Invited Keynote speaker for Symposium Paleobotany and the Molecular Revolution)
Taylor, D. W. & C. T. Gee. Analysis of relationships among fossil water lily leaves based on leaf architectural characters: Implications for testing phylogenetic and biogeographic results from molecular analyses. Terra Nostra (Program and Abstract Volume), Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft (79th Annual Convention of the Paleontology Society), 79: 115. (2009) (Invited Contribution to Symposium)
Hu, S. & D. W. Taylor. Pollen clumps and implications on the coevolution of early angiosperms and their pollinators Abstract volume, Botanical Society of America annual meeting, Snowbird 136. (2009)
Taylor, D. W., E. McCorkle, D. Zinniker & J. M. Moldowan, Evidence from living plants that the Jurassic/Cretaceous to Tertiary molecular fossil oleanane is ancestral in angiosperms. The 9th North American Paleontological Convention (NAPC), Abstracts Volume, 9: 27. (2009) (Invited Contribution to Symposium).
Boesche-Taylor, E. & D. W. Taylor, Inquiry-based high school science lab: Using fossils to demonstrate types of fossilization and relationships of plants. The 9th North American Paleontological Convention (NAPC), Abstracts Volume, 9: 282. (2009) (Invited Contribution to Symposium).