# Presentations - Ralucca Gera, Professor of Mathematics

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Invited Talks

Invited Talks

- "Research Experience for Undergraduates", seminar talk, Hope College, September
- "Semigroup Rings", Pi Mu Epsilon talk, Western Michigan University, September
- "The Money Changing Problem", Pi Mu Epsilon talk, St. Norberth College, November

- "Stratification and Domination in Graphs." Metron Inc., DC, January
- "Stratification and Domination in Graphs." University of Central Arkansas, February
- "Stratification and Domination in Graphs." SUNY at Brockport, NY, February
- "Stratification and Domination in Graphs." Trinity College, CT, February
- "Stratification and Domination in Graphs." The Citadel, SC, February

- "Dominator Colorings and Safe Clique Partitions", colloquium talk at Texas State University at San Marcos, September
- "Alliance Partition in Graphs", colloquium talk at United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, November
- On Dominator Colorings and Safe Clique Partitions, invited speaker at the Graph Theory Day 52, November
- "Alliances in Graphs", colloquium talk at Fairfiled University, CT, November

- "Global Alliance Partition Number", Honors Math Camp at Texas State University, San Marcos, June
- "Dynamic Domination in Graphs", University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, June

- "Graph Theory Looking for CS Applications", Computer Science Dept., NPS, Feb
- "A survey of some domination parameters in graphs", Juniata College, April
- "Security in Graphs", Texas AM University Galveston, August

- "Connecting Yesterday to Tomorrow: Extending Graph Theory to Complex Network", San Jose State University seminar talk, March 5th
- "From the Bridges of Konigsberg to the Study of the Topology of the Internet", Bay Area Discrete Mathematics conference, Santa Clara, March 5th
- "Price Analysis on Commercial Items Purchases Within the Department of Defense", May 14-15, Monterey, CA. Acquisition Research Symposium
- "A Large-Graph Comparison Measure for the Topology of the Internet", June 2-6th, Berkeley, CA. NetSci 2014
- "Comparing NPS and CAIDA Inferred Topologies", June 12th, Naval Postgraduate School, CA, Internet Mapping Project Meeting
- "Network Science", Naval Postgraduate School, CA, July 1st
- "Capturing the topology of today's complex networks", California State Monterey Bay, Nov 18th

- "Capturing Network Topology Through Many Eyes", National Security Agency, Feb 6th
- "Inferring a Network's Topology", Naval Postgraduate School, March 5th
- "Towards a measure of accuracy of inferred network topology", United States Military Academy, March 24th
- "Network Science Support to the Department of Defense", for the Network Science for National Defense symposium at NetSci 2015, June 1st
- "NetSci Kids", for the NetSciEd symposium at NetSci 2015 in Zaragoza, June 1st.
- "Applications of Networks to the Department of Homeland Security", Rochester Institute of Technology for RECONNECT workshop, June 14-20
- "Lighting Up Dark Networks", Sandia National Labs, CA, October 15th, 2015
- "A framework for comparing networks", INFORMS annual meeting, November 1-3rd (Sponsored talk by the Military Applications Society)
- “An analysis of inferences of networks”, Networks and Games, Ropar, India, December 07-09

- "Community Detection in Dark Multilayered Networks", at GraphFest, July 14.
- "Understanding Complex Networks through the Network Profile Summary (NPS)", at the Network Science Institute, Northeastern University, Boston, Sept 26th
- "Making Sense of Emails on Drives" at 8th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime (ICDF2C 2016), NYC, Sept 28th
- Topological detection of people of interest in dark multilayered networks, Laboratory of Telecommunication Sciences, MD, October 27th
- Inference from partial information in dark multilayered networks, University of Maryland College Park, MD, October 28th
- Detection in dark multilayered networks, Army Research Lab, Adelphi, MD, October 29th

- "Seeing Red: Locating people of interest in social networks", at GraphFest, July 20.
- "An analysis of multilayered terrorist networks", at TDSI Singapore, August 7
- "TBA", at Deep Models and Artificial Intelligence for Military Applications: Potentials, Theories, Practices, Tools and Risks, on November 9-11, 2017 at the Westin Gateway, Arlington, Virginia.

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Contributed Talks

Contributed Talks

- "A Length Inequality In Complete Numerical Semigroup Rings", joint algebra talk with Leanne Leer, San Antonio Joint Meetings, January 1999.
- "Domination in Graphs", Graph theory seminar, Western Michigan University, December 1999.

- "The Graduate Programs in Mathematics at Western Michigan University", Fourth Annual Michigan Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Calvin College, February 2002.
- "On K-Geodomination in Graphs", Graph theory seminar, Western Michigan University, February 2002.
- "On K-Geodomination in Graphs", The Thirty-third Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing at Florida Atlantic University, March 2002.

- "Divisor Graphs", The Thirty-fourth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing at Florida Atlantic University, March 2003.
- "Stratification and Domination in Oriented Graphs", Graph theory seminar, Western Michigan University, April 2003.

- "On F-domination in Stratified Graphs.", The Thirty-fifth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing at Florida Atlantic University, March 2004.
- "On Stratification and Domination in Graphs.", The 17th Cumberland Conference on Graph Theory, Combinatorics and Computing. at Middle Tennessee State University, May 2004.
- "Stratified Domination in Graphs.", Midwest Graph Theory Conference (MIGHTY) at Ball State University, Nov. 2004.

- "Stratified Domination in Graphs", Joint Mathematics Meeting in Atlanta, GA, January 5-8th
- "Stratified Domination in Digraphs", The Thirty-sixth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing in Boca Raton, FL, March 7-11th
- "Stratified Domination in Graphs", Midwest Graph Theory Conference (MIGHTY XL) in Saginaw, MI, April 17

- "Dominator Colorings and Safe Clique Partitions", The Thirty-seventh Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing in Boca Raton, FL, March 6-10
- "The Minimum Sum Vertex Cover Problem", SIAM conference on Discrete Mathematics University of Victoria British Columbia, Canada, June 25
- "Alliance Partition Number in Graphs", "The Twentieth Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing (MCCCC), Wichita State University, Kansas, on October 5-7.
- "On Dominator Colorings in Graphs", Math department colloquium talk, NPS
- "Dominator Colorings and Ad-Hoc Networks", The Army Operations Research Symposium, November 7-9, at Ft Lee, Virginia.

- "Alliance Partitions in Graphs ", Joint Mathematics Meeting in New Orleans, LA, January 5-8th
- "On Dominator Colorings in Graphs", The Thirty-eight Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing in Boca Raton, FL, March 5-9th
- "On the Dominator Colorings in Bipartite Graphs", Information Technology: New Generations in Las Vegas, April 2-4
- "Global Alliance Partitions in Graphs", Math Fest, San Jose August 3-5th
- "Open Dominator Colorings", MCCC, Charleston, SC, October 13-17th

- "Dynamic Domination", Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, Jan 6-9th
- "Independence in Generalized Petersen Graphs" 39th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, FL, March 3-7th
- "On the Friendship Theorem" The 46th Midwestern Graph Theory Conference, Morganwtown, WV, April 25-26th.
- "An Extension of strongly regular graphs", SIAM conference on Discrete Mathematics in Burlington, VT, June 16-19
- "Pizza Delivery: 2-Stop-Return Distances in Graphs", Math Fest, Madison, WI, July 30th-Aug 1st.

- "Set Colorings in graphs", Math Fest, Portland, OR, Aug.

- "Link Graphs-- A Tool for Word Sense Disambiguation ", Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco, Jan 13-16th
- "Choosing a central location for multiple deliveries," 41st Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, FL, March 3-7th
- "Triangular Line Graphs: Tools for Word Ambiguity Detection in Automated Search" SIAM conference on Discrete Mathematics, Austin, TX, June 14-17
- "Triangular Line Graph: A Tool for Word Sense Disambiguation," 8th French Combinatorial Conference, Orsay, France, June-July
- "Functigraphs: A generalization of Permutation graphs," MathFest 2010, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 6-8

- "Closed 3-stop Distance in Graphs", Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston, Jan 4-7th
- "Closed K-Stop Distance in Graphs", SIAM Conference on Discrete Math 2012, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 18-21

- "High-Frequency Active Internet Topology Mapping", NPS, April 25th

- "Independence in Function Graphs", Joint Mathematics Meetings in Baltimore, Jan 15-18th

- "A method of Approximating Cliques in Networks", poster presentation at the SIAM NS 2015 (SIAM Workshop on Network Science), Snowbird, UT, May 16-17
- "A structural evaluation of inferred networks", poster presentation at the main conference NetSci in Zaragoza, June 3-5th.
- Lighting Up Networks Through Sequential Monitor Placement, Midwestern Conference on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing, October 16-19th

- "The Marginal Benefit of Monitor Placement on Networks", presentation at the CompleNet conference (7th workshop of Complex Networks), March 23-25th
- "Enhancing community detection in multiplex networks leveraging its layers aggregation", presentation at the Sunbelt Conference, April 5-10th.
- Panel presentation for the "Social Network Science in the US DoD", at the Sunbelt Conference, April 5-10th.
- "Network Discovery through Intelligent Walks" Poster presentation at Simons Conference on Random Graph Processes, May 9-14
- "Leveraging Layers Aggregation for Community Detection in Multiplex Networks", Poster presentation at NetSci; June 2016
- "Partial Information Community Detection in a Multilayered Network". Poster presentation at NetSci; June 2016
- "Twitterbots in Political Campaigns: Identifying Artificial Communities in Online Social Networks." Poster presentation at NetSci; June 2016
- "Discovering Complex Networks through Project Based Learning", presentation in NetSciEd5 symposium at NetSci; June 2016
- "Predicting Network Evolution through Temporal Snapshots", Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, BRIMS, Washington DC; June 28-July 1
- "Modeling Network Community Evolution in YouTube Comment Posting." Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, BRIMS, Washington DC; June 28-July 1
- "Community Evolution in Multiplex Layer Aggregation", in the ACM/IEEE Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining (ASONAM-SNAA 2016) , Aug
- Graph Structure Similarity using Spectral Graph Theory, poster presentation at the Complex Networks Conference, Milan, IT, Nov 30-Dec 2

- "User defined purpose-driven community detection algorithm for multiplex covert networks". Presentation at NetSciX, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Jan 15-18
- "The neighbor matrix: generalizing a graph's degree sequence." Presentation at NetSciX, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Jan 15-18
- "Visibility of nodes in network growth models." Poster presentation at NetSciX, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Jan 15-18
- Multilayered Community Detection in Covert Networks." Poster presentation at the National Fire Control Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, FL, Feb 6-9.
- Discovering Community Structure using Network Sampling
- ." Presentation at the International Conference on Computers and Their Applications, March 20-22.

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