Boehm, R., Blake, M., Rios, F.
, 2019. Distributed, dynamic, accessible: Cooperative planning for a community-created data rescue toolkit. Research Data Access and
May 15-17, University of Miami, Miami, FL.
, 2018. Data Management for Undergrads: Approach and Experience. Mountain West Data Librarian Symposium 2018.
August 13-14, Boulder, Colorado.
, 2018. Incorporating Software Curation into Research Data Management Services: Lessons Learned. 13th International Digital Curation Conference.
February 19-22, Barcelona, Spain.
, 2017. Preserving Research Software in Support of Scholarship. NDSR Enrichment Session
June 27, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Retrieved from osf.io/ap367.
, 2017. Integrating Software Curation Into Existing Data Management Workflows. PresQT Workshop
May 1-2, University of Notre Dame, South Bend Indiana. Retrieved from osf.io/z4xtk.
, 2017. Software Preservation in Research Data Management. RDAP
April 19-21, Seattle, Washington.
, 2017. A Research Software Management Toolbox for Data Management Specialists. 12th International Digital Curation Conference.
February 20-23, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK. [Winner: best poster]
, Altman, M., Johnson, R., Spies, J., 2016. Building tools and services to support research software preservation and sharing. CNI Fall 2016 Meeting.
December 12-13, Washington, DC. osf.io/nzprj
, 2015. A tool for uncertainty analysis of fuzzy-probabilistic models in GIS: Conceptualization & implementation. In
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on GeoComputation.
The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas, USA, 20 to 23 May 2015, 457–463.
Rios, J.F., 2014. Uncertainty in geographic objects: Conceptualization & analysis.
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Geospatial Computing. November 20-21, TheMuseum, Kitchener, ON.
Rios, J.F., 2014. Evaluating and monitoring performance of ArcGIS Server map services.
WNY GIS User Group, Student Geospatial Lightning Presentations, April 25, Buffalo, NY. [Winner: best student presentation]
, 2014. Conceptualizing locational uncertainty in geographic objects: Towards a more balanced approach. In
Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences,
A. Shortridge, J. Messina, S. Kravchenko, and A. Finley, Eds. 66–70. July 8-11, East Lansing, Michigan
Rios, J.F., 2013. Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in GIS-based modeling.
WNY GIS User Group, Student Geospatial Lightning Presentations, April 26, Buffalo, NY.
Rios, J.F., 2013. ArcNLET: GIS-based tool for estimating nitrate loads from septic systems.
NY GIS Association, Predicting Disaster webinar, April 17, Buffalo, NY.
Rios, J.F., Ye, M., Wang, L., and Lee, P.Z., 2012. ArcNLET: ArcGIS-based nitrate load estimation toolkit. In AAG Annual Meeting, February 24-28, New York, New York.
Wang, L., Ye, M., Rios, J.F.
, and Lee, P.Z., 2011. Use of an Arc-GIS based software for estimation of nitrate loads from septic systems to St. Johns River in Jacksonville, FL. In
Modflow and More,
June 5-8, Colorado School of Mines Golden, Colorado.
Rios, J.F., Ye, M., Lee, P.Z, 2010. ArcNLET user workshop. July 8, 2011, Florida State University (Co-organizer).
Wang, L., Ye, M., Rios, J.F., and Lee, P.Z., 2011. Estimation of hydrologic environmental impacts of nitrate contamination from energy biomass resources development. In Florida Energy Systems Consortium 2010 summit, September 27-29, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Rios, J.F., Ye, M. , Lee, P., Fernandes, R., Zhao, T., and Davis, J.H. 2010. Developing a GIS-based model for estimating nitrate fate and transport from septic systems in surficial aquifers. DSC Computational Expo, April 14, Florida State University.
Rios, J.F., Ye, M. , Lee, P., Fernandes, R., Zhao, T., 2010. Developing an ArcGIS extension for estimating nitrate fate and transport. In ESRI User Conference, July 12-16, San Diego CA. (Abstract accepted).
Rios, J.F., Ye, M. , Lee, P., Fernandes, R., Zhao, T., 2010. Developing an ArcGIS extension for estimating nitrate fate and transport. In ESRI Southeast Regional User Group Conference, April 26-28, Charlotte, NC.