January 22, 2019

EDITORIAL: Tweaking Smart Scale’s metrics (The Free Lance-Star)

Business Faculty Publish Article in Health Policy and Technology

Mike Lapke, Dave Henderson and Chris Garcia from the College of Business, recently had their article, “The Disconnect Between Healthcare Provider Tasks and Privacy Requirements,” accepted for publication in Health Policy and Technology.

 

Business Faculty Article Accepted in AIS Educator Journal

Dave Henderson, Mike Lapke and Chris Garcia,  assistant professors in the College of Business, have had their article “SQL Injection: A Demonstration and Implications for Accounting Students” accepted for publication in the AIS Educator Journal.

Chris Garcia Publishes Chapter

Chris Garcia, assistant professor in the College of Business, co-authored a chapter with Ghaith Rabadi titled “Approximation Algorithms for Spatial Scheduling” in Rabadi, G. (ed) Heuristics, Meta-heuristics and Approximate Methods in Planning and Scheduling, Vol. 236 of the series International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, Springer Science + Business, New York. (The chapter is available online: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-26024-2_1)

Garcia Publishes in Engineering Optimization

Christopher Garcia, assistant professor in the College of Business, recently had his article “Resource-Constrained Scheduling With Hard Due Windows and Rejection Penalties” accepted for publication in Engineering Optimization. The paper is already online at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0305215X.2015.1120298.

Garcia Publishes in Computational Economics

Christopher Garcia, assistant professor in the College of Business, recently had his article “Winner Determination Algorithms for Combinatorial Auctions with Sub-cardinality Constraints” accepted for publication in Computational Economics. The paper will be published in December but is already available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10614-015-9496-5

Garcia Presents at Complex Adaptive Systems Conference

Chris Garcia, assistant professor in the College of Business, attended the Complex Adaptive Systems 2013 conference in Baltimore, Md. and presented a paper titled “Demystifying MapReduce” in the Analytics and Big Data track. The paper will be published in the journal Procedia Computer Science.