- Invited talks:
Sep. 2003: see [KaKo03embc].
Feb. 2002: see [Kon02biel].
Dec. 2001: Acadia University,
Feb. 2001: Queen's University,
Jul. 2000: University of Western
- Referee for the
Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum (1998).
Computers and Mathematics with Applications (2001).
Fundamenta Informatica (2004).
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine (2005).
Journal of Automata Languages and Combinatorics (2002, 2004).
Theoretical Computer Science (2001, 2002, 2005).
- Reviewer for:
Mathematical Reviews (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005).
NSERC discovery grant application (2003).
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science 2003.
Developments in Language Theory 2002.
IEEE Communications Letters (1999).
- During the months
May-August of 1997 I developed a small scale software, SEGCALC, for Dr.
Ivan Townshend, Department of Geography, UoL . SEGCALC (SEGregation index
CALCulator) processes geographical data and calculates 19 segregation
indices which are of interest to those working on quantitative methods of
geography. We used SEGCALC on the 1991 census age data and GIS derived
spatial data to measure age segregation in 25 Canadian metropolitan areas.
The interpretation of these measurements was presented by
Dr. Townshend in two conferences:
1. Townshend, I; Konstantinidis, S.; and
Walker, R. ``What Dimensions of Residential Segregation? Metropolitan Age
Segregation in Canada.''
Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Regional Science Association, Memorial University Newfoundland,
2. Townshend, I; Konstantinidis, S.; and
Walker, R. ``The Dimensionality of Age Segregation in Canadian Metropolitan
Areas.'' Presented at the 1997 annual meeting of the Great Plains/Rocky
Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Sep. 97.