1. Acorns and WOLF presentation at the summer NILI conference in Eugene, June 22, 2015
  2. ACORNS - Training, Dee-nií Mini-Language Institute, Smith River, CA, July 25-29, 2011
  3. WOLF: Framework for creating multi-lingual dictionaries, 2nd Int. Conf. on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC), Honolulu, Hawai, February 11-13, 2011
  4. Digital Approaches to Language and Culture Revitalization, CREWMan 10th Anniversary Symposium, UTA, Arlington TX, October 7-8, 2010
  5. Umatilla three day training at SOU at the end of July 2010, and follow up training on the Umatilla reservation in August
  6. Using Technology to Revitalize Language, Southwest Mainland Head Start, Agassiz BC, November 5-6, 2009, keynote address
  7. Technology and Language Learning, Great Basin Languages Conference, Reno NV, October 16-18, keynote address
  8. ACORNS Training Session, June 2009, Yurok Tribe, Klamath CA
  9. ACORNS Project, October 2008, British Columbia First nations Head Start, Vancouver BC
  10. ACORNS Project, September 2008, Aboriginal Supported Child Development Symposium, Kamloops BC
  11. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, Biennial Language is Life Conference, Sausalito CA, April 4-6, 2008
  12. ACORNS - Training, Rosie Seymour Elementary School, March 25-26, 2008
  13. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, Live Your Language Alliance, Humboldt State U., March 17-19, 2008
  14. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, Yurok Language Community Forum, Arcata CA December 27-28, 2007
  15. ACORNS - Linguistic Project,sqw7el Language Conference, Kamloops BC, November 2-3, 2007
  16. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, 2007 Pshwayii Native American Language Teachers Conference, Warm Springs Reservation, March 2007
  17. ACORNS - Linguistics Project, Seventh Generation Conference, Redding CA, May 2006
  18. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, Second Annual Sahaption Language Conference, Yakima WA, March 2006
  19. ACORNS - Linguistic Project,Oregon Connections Telecommunication Conference, Newport OR, November 2005
  20. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, Hupa Language Conference, Hupa Reservation CA, June 2005
  21. ACORNS - Linguistics Project, Karuk Language Conference, Happy Camp CA, May 2005
  22. ACORNS - Linguistic Project, SOU Friday Science Seminar, November 2005
  23. Performance of a heterogeneous grid partitioner for N-body Applications, International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP), to appear, October 2003, (with R. Biswas and S. K. Das)
  24. Designing an Efficient Partitioning Algorithm for Grid Environments, International Conference on Computer Science and its Applications(ICCSA), May 2003
  25. Development of the Grid Computing Infrastructure, Department of Science, Southern Oregon University, March 2002
  26. Load balancing techniques for distributed processing environments, Department of Computer Science Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington, Doctoral Thesis, August 2001 (principal advisor S. K. Das)
  27. A Latency-tolerant partitioner for distributed computing on the Information Power Grid, CD-ROM proceedings of the 15th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS), San Francisco, California, April 23--27, 2001, pp. 23--27 (with R. Biswas and S. K. Das)
  28. Latency hiding in partitioning and load balancing of grid computing applications, IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGrid), Finalist for best paper, Brisbane Australia, May 16--18, 2001, pp. 347--354 (with R. Biswas and S. K. Das)