Email: emilie.hogan [at] pnnl [dot] gov

Curriculum Vitae

- I am now a Computational Mathematics Scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA. I am in the Computational Mathematics group within the Computational Sciences and Mathematics Division. I am involved in projects studying:
- mathematical foundations of ontologies,
- modeling and searching in semantic graphs (typed, directed graphs), and
- pK
_{a}calculations. - I am interested in rational difference equations, integer sequences, combinatorics, graph theory, order theory, and experimental math.
- I was a DHS Graduate Fellow Spring 2008 - Fall 2010. For more info about DyDAn, the Graduate Fellowship, or DIMACS see their websites. In connection with this I am interested in view discovery in large databases, sensor location problems, and ontology alignment.
- I attended the weekly Experimental Math seminar organized by my adviser Professor Doron Zeilberger. I also attended the weekly Graduate Combinatorics Seminar organized by Kellen Myers.

- I was on the student organizing committee for the DIMACS/CCICADA Student Workshop on Where the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Meet Society, a workshop aimed at helping undergraduates understand how research in the sciences can be applied to problems in society.
- I have helped to organize the DIMACS/CCICADA Student Run Seminar. It is currently being organized by Brian Thompson (Rutgers CS), Scott Kulp (Rutgers CS), and Bobby Demarco (Rutgers Math).
- I was on the logistics organizing committee for a conference in honor of Doron Zeilberger's 60th birthday. The conference is called "From A=B to Z=60" and information can be found at the conference website. The dates were May 27-28, 2010.

- Emilie Hogan and Doron Zeilberger. A New Algorithm for Proving Global Asymptotic Stability of Rational Difference Equations, to appear in Journal of Difference Equations and Applications
- Emilie Hogan. Non-linear Recurrences that Quite Unexpectedly Generate Rational Numbers , submitted
- Emilie Hogan. Experimental Mathematics Applied to the Study of Nonlinear Recurrences, PhD thesis, Rutgers University, May 2011 - Defense slides, Video: part 1, part 2
- C. Joslyn, E. Hogan. Order Metrics for Semantic Knowledge Systems. In E.S. Corchado Rodriguez et al. (Eds.) Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems2010, Part II (399-409). Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 6077, 2010.
- C. Joslyn, J. Burke, T. Critchlow, N. Hengartner, E. Hogan. View Discovery in OLAP Databases Through Statistical Combinatorial Optimization. In MarianneWinslett (Ed.) Scientific and Statistical Database Management (37-55). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 5566/2009.
- Paul Heideman and Emilie
Hogan.
A New
Family of Somos-Like Recurrences.
*Elec. J. Comb.*, 15(1), 2008.

Math 111: Precalculus