conferences

Here are a few resources that I've developed for conferences and workshops that I've attended and for which I've given presentations.

**Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) Graduate Student Workshop**, Summer 2002. I developed a small program to investigate acyclic autocorrelation of sequences of roots of unity. In doing this, I practiced literate programming with the noweb system.- msri-presentation.pdf: Our group's presentation.
- perfect-sequences.c: Perfect Sequence Program C code.
- perfect-sequences.pdf: Perfect Sequence Program Documentation.

**MathFest**, August 2005. I gave a lecture on the first version of my graph database.- Small Graph Database: A link to the graph database.
- graph-database-slides.pdf: My slides. I used Beamer to make my slides in LaTeX.
- graph-database-questions.pdf: A list of questions, including ones from several different graph theory texts, that students can explore using the graph database.

**Rocky Mountain Discrete Math Days**, August 2006. I was invited to give a presentation on my current research on the minimum rank problem. My slides are here: minimum-rank-discrete-math-days-slides.pdf.**AMS Sectional Meeting**, 2006 (Lincoln, NE). I was invited to give a presentation on my current research on the minimum rank problem. My slides are here: minimum-rank-lincoln-slides.pdf.**AMS/MAA Joint Meetings**, 2013 (San Diego, CA). I gave a talk on the Sage Cell Server. My slides are here.

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