Noblis employees are passionate about our disciplines and it shows in our publications and presentations of research and thought leadership. We research, write, publish, share ideas and thought leadership and thrive on the application of our expertise. Our motivation is internal and mission-oriented; it stems from a desire to excel and realize results.
To view all publications, presentations, posters and case studies related to Noblis’ life sciences work and research, visit bioportal.noblis.org.
Kiebuzinski GI, Hicklin RA, Taylor M. “Making a Case for Effective Latent Print Casework Metrics.” Identification News, 47(2):12-13 (Spring 2017).
Ulery, B.T. and R.A. Hicklin (Noblis), T. Roberts and J. Buscaglia (FBI Lab) “Factors associated with latent fingerprint exclusion determinations.” Forensic Science International, 275:65-67. June 2017.
R.A. Hicklin (Noblis), M.A. Roberts, J. Buscaglia (FBI Lab), “Black Box and White Box Forensic Examiner Evaluations Understanding The Details” and “Implications of the Quality, Black Box, and White Box Studies.” Proceedings. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, New Orleans. February 2017.
Ulery, B.T., R.A. Hicklin, M.A. Roberts, J. Buscaglia, “Data on the interexaminer variation of minutia markup on latent fingerprints.” Data in Brief, 8: 158-190. September 2016.
Ulery, B.T., R.A. Hicklin, M.A. Roberts, J. Buscaglia, “Interexaminer variation of minutia markup of minutia markup on latent fingerprints.” Forensic Science International, 264:89-99, July 2016.
C. Adams, K. C. Allen, T. Miller, N. D. Kalka and A. K. Jain, “Grouper: Optimizing Crowdsourced Face Annotations”, CVPR, Workshop on Biometrics, June 26, 2016.
Blanton, K. C. Allen, T. Miller, N. D. Kalka and A. K. Jain, “A Comparison of Human and Automated Face Verification Accuracy on Unconstrained Image Sets”, CVPR, Workshop on Biometrics, June 26, 2016.
Ulery, B.T., R.A. Hicklin, M.A. Roberts, J. Buscaglia, “Changes in latent fingerprint examiners’ markup between analysis and comparison.” Forensic Science International , 247(2014):54-61. Feb 2015. (Preprint)
Kalka, N. Bartlow, B. Cukic, A. Ross, “A Preliminary Study on Identifying Sensors from Iris Images,” Proc. of IEEE Computer Society Workshop on Biometrics at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Conference, (Boston, USA), June 2015.
Marqusee, Ph.D., Jeffrey, Craig Schultz, and Dorothy Robyn, “Power Begins at Home: Assured Energy for U.S. Military Bases”, report commissioned by The Pew Charitable Trusts, January 12, 2017.
Ronald C. Porter (Noblis), R. Hunter Anderson, G. Cornell Long, Janet K. Anderson (Air Force Civil Engineer Center). “Occurrence of select perfluoroalkyl substances at U.S. Air Force aqueous film-forming foam release sites other than fire-training areas: Field-validation of critical fate and transport properties”, Chemosphere, pp. 678-685. May 2016.
Dunn, Colin, Ryan M. Macpherson, and Amy C. Maples. “Benchmarking for Military Buildings.” The Military Engineer, pp. 65-66. March-April 2015.
Wassman, Bob “Defense Should Follow Private Sector’s Energy Efficiency Lead” National Defense, February 2015.
Julie Ard, Principal Insider Threat Researcher, Noblis, “Capability-Based Insider Threat Prevention“, presentation given at INFORMS Annual Meeting, November 11, 2020.
Samuel Gross (Noblis), Joshua Harrington, and Laurel Minot, “Sums of Polynomial Residues”, Irish Mathematical Society Bulletin, 79, Summer 2017, pp 31-37.
Samuel Gross, Daniel Negron, Mark Sanders, Erica Maciejewski, “Topics in Cryptography”, presentation at BloomCon 2017, digital forensics conference at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Negron, D. (Noblis) and M. Collins (RedJack), “Mushrooms Not Honey: Making Deceptive Defenses More Toxic for Attackers.” (YouTube video) Presented at RSA Conference. February 2017.
Samuel S. Gross (Noblis) and Joshua Harrington (Department of Mathematics Cedar Crest College), “Special Numbers in the Ring Zn.” Journal of Integer Sequences, Vol. 18 (2015), Article 15.11.3.
Karl Wunderlich, Ph.D.; “Earned Trust, Priority And The Multi-Machine Maneuver Transaction”; presentation for the Mobility and Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) Innovation Lecture Series, November 2020.
Karl Wunderlich, Ph.D., Andrew Dudash, David White, James O’Hara, Thomas Mitchell, “Pieces of 8 (Po8) Orchestrated Autonomy Concept: Robot Derby Demonstration”, presented in Munich, Germany as part of the MOBI Grand Challenge, sponsored by the MOBI (Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative) and TIoTA (Trusted IoT Alliance), February 15, 2019.
Vasudevan, Meenakshy and Michael Brooks, Amy Jacobi, Michael Mercer, and Kathy Thompson. “US-Japan Collaborative Research on Evaluation Tools and Methods.” Published by the U.S. Department of Transportation. April 2016.
McGurrin, Mike. “Open and shut. Open Traffic Data: oxymoron or new paradigm?” Thinking Highways (North America), pp. 14-16. July 2015.
Folkedal, T.C. “Valuing the Butterfly: Seven Steps Government Agencies Can Use to Get Better Returns on Technology Transformations,” pscouncil.org, May 2020.
Soltys, J., “Technology’s Central Nervous System Needs Attention Now,” gcn.com, February, 2020.
Folkedal, T.C. “Cloud Economics”, Cloud Strategy, Winter 2016.
Morris, W.; Petersons, I.; Soltys, J. “A Systematic Approach to Protest Proof Acquisitions,” Acquisition Excellence Conference, March 2015.
Soltys, J. “The Value of a ‘Home Inspector’ for IT Acquisitions,” Federal Computer Weekly (FCW), May 2013.