Paper (Appeared and accepted):
J.S. Alameda, E. Curl, A. Grez, L. Hogben, O. Kingston, A. Schulte, D. Young, M. Young. Families of graphs with maximum nullity equal to zero forcing number. Special Matrices , 6 (2018), 56 - 67.
J.S. Alameda, J. Kritschgau, N. Warnberg, M. Young. On leaky forcing and resilience. Discrete Applied Mathematics. (2022).
J.S. Alameda, F. Kenter, K. Meagher, M. Young. An upper bound for the k-power domination number in r-uniform hypergraphs. Discrete Mathemtics (2022).
J.S. Alameda, J. Kritschgau, M. Young. Generalizations of leaky forcing. Journal of Combinatorics (2022).
J.S. Alameda, C. Bang, Z. Brennan, D. Herzog, J. Kritschgau, S. Sprangel. Cutoff in the Bernoulli-Laplace model in O(n) swaps. Submitted (2022).
The Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), The Inverse eigenvalue problem for graphs, zero forcing, and related topics special session, 2021
INFORMS Annual Conference, 2022
A direct comparison of the domination number and k-power domination number in hypergraphs. Invited presentation at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
(Postponed due to COVID19) An upper bound for the k-power domination number in hypergraphs. Contributed Presentation at the Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies
An upper bound for the k-power domination number in hypergraphs. Contributed presentation at the Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing (2020).
Leaky forcing: A variation of zero forcing. Virtual Visiting Scholar at the Advancing Inquiry/Inclusion in Mathematics Undergraduate Program (2020).
Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL, 2020.
AMS Fall Central Sectional Meeting, Madison, WI, 2019.
Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL, 2019.
Mostly Manitoba, Michigan and Minnesota Combinatorics Graduate Students Workshop, Ames, IA, 2018.
Meeting of the International Linear Algebra Society, Ames, IA, 2017.
Mathematics Research Community (MRC) workshop: Finding Needles in Haystacks (2020-2021).