My publications can also be viewed on my Google Scholar page.

Because my research is interdisciplinary, I publish across a variety of venues with different norms and conventions. In the interest of providing clear context for these publications, I'm experimenting with using the following symbols to give more information:


Peer-reviewed papers

Peer-reviewed Extended Abstracts

These are short (usually 2-page) summaries of research published (or to be published) elsewhere. They are usually held to slightly lower peer-review standards than full papers submitted to the same venue and are often (but not always) presented as posters rather than talks.

Book chapters

For the time being, these are all work I have presented at Genetic Programming in Theory and Practice, a small, invitation-only conference where proceedings are published as book chapters following discussion and comments from other attendees.