Research
My primary research interests lie in probability theory, analysis of stochastic processes, and the underlying mathematics: in short, the study of randomness. My past work focuses on the reliability of stochastic networks, renewal theory, random walks, stochastic game theory, stochastic measure theory, and particularly the application of discrete and continuous operational calculus to stochastic processes. I continue research in these areas, but my new projects are focused on random geometry, probability flux, intrusion detection, machine learning, and neural networks.
Below is a list of my publications with some descriptions, but I have another page on ongoing work and research opportunities.
Presentations and Conference Talks

Computer Vision Beyond Image Classification. Columbus Machine Learners, AWH, Columbus, OH. Aug 23, 2021. [Slides]

InOrbit Object Detection with Computer Vision. Department of Mathematical Sciences Colloquium, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL. Apr 23, 2021. [Slides]

Exiting Patterns of Multivariate RenewalReward Processes. Joint Annual Meetings of the MAAFlorida Section and FTYCMA, State College of Florida, Bradenton, FL. Feb 1921, 2021 [Slides]

On the Evolution of MinimalVolume, SufficientProbability Sets for Stochastic Paths.14th International Conference in Monte Carlo & QuasiMonte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 1014 Aug 2020 [Slides]

Fluctuation Analysis in Parallel Queues with Hysteretic Control. AMS Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. 23 Nov 2019 [Slides]

On Exits of Oscillating Random Walks Under Delayed Observation. AMS/MAA Joint Mathematical Meetings, San Diego, California, 1013 Jan 2018 [Slides]

Time Sensitive Analysis of ddim Independent and Stationary Increment Processes. AMS Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida. 2324 Sept 2017. [Slides]

Random Walks on Random Lattices and Their Applications. FIT MTH/ORP Graduate Student Seminar. 21 Apr 2015 [Slides]

Time Sensitive Analysis of Multivariate Marked Random Walks. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering. Salt Lake City, UT. 1418 Mar 2015 [Slides]

Time Sensitive Analysis of ISI Processes. FIT Mathematical Sciences Symposium. 8 Jan 2015 [Slides]

Random Walks on Random Lattices: An Operational Calculus Approach. FIT MTH/ORP Graduate Student Seminar. 30 Sept 2014 [Slides]

Stochastic Analysis of Strategic Networks. 38th Annual SIAM Southeastern Atlantic Section Conference. Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL. 2930 Mar, 2014 [Slides]