# Publications & Presentations

## Kubelka, Richard P

### Publications

- Richard P. Kubelka. "Self-similarity and symmetries of Pascal’s triangles and simplices mod p" Article. Vol. 42. (2004). pp.70-75.
- Richard Kubelka. "Lost horizon" Article. Vol. 34. (2003). pp.238.
- Richard P. Kubelka. "Means and their ends" Article. Vol. 15. (2003). pp.97-102.
- Richard P. Kubelka. "Decomposition of Pascal’s kernels mod p^s" Article. Vol. 2. (2002). pp.A13: 1-6.
- Richard P. Kubelka. "Means to an end" Article. Vol. 74. (2001). pp.141-142.
- Richard P. Kubelka. "A formula for deviation from commutativity: the transfer and Steenrod squares" Article. Vol. 85. (1982). pp.119-124.
- G. Brumfiel and R. Kubelka. "A homology transfer for a class of simplicial maps" Article. Vol. 38. (1982). pp.99-128.

### Presentations

- “Zombie Outbreak! Will You Survive? Just Do the Math.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, San Jose State University, October 9, 2019.
- “Taking the Wursts for a Turn: the Mathematics of Walking Wiener Dogs.” Bay Area Mathematical Adventures (BAMA), San Jose, January 27, 2016.
- “Braid Groups and Particle Dances, with Applications to Walking Your Dogs.” What is . . . ? Seminar, Department of Mathematics, San Jose State University, March 1, 2010.
- “The Algebra and Topology of Walking Your Dogs.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, San Jose State University, October 18, 2006.
- “The 2-Dog Group.” 1007th meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Santa Barbara, California, April 16, 2005. (Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc. #1007-20-87, April 2005.)
- The Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholars Career Networking Reception: Invited Speaker. University of California, Berkeley, November 3, 2004.
- “Untangling the 2-Dog Group.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, Santa Clara University, October 5, 2004.
- “Fun with Fritz and Sasha: Introducing the 2-Dog Group.” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, April 28, 2004.
- “Pascal’s Kernels Mod ps.” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, February 13, 2002.
- The Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholars Career Networking Reception: Invited Speaker. University of California, Berkeley, November 15, 2001.
- “Means to an End.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, San Jose State University, October 26, 2000.
- “Means to an end.” 958th meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, October 21, 2000. (Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc. #958-40-204, October 2000.)
- The Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholars Career Night: Invited Speaker. University of California, Berkeley, November 16, 1998.
- “Means to an End.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, Santa Clara University, October 13, 1998.
- The Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholars Inaugural Career Night: Invited Speaker. University of California, Berkeley, February 24, 1998.
- “The Power of Powers in Financial Mathematics.” Mathematics & Computer Science Club, San Jose State University, April 30, 1997.
- “Bond Duration, Internal Rate of Return, and Other Applications of Finite Geometric Progressions in Finance.” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, April 30, 1997.
- “Means to an End.” Mathematics & Computer Science Club, San Jose State University, April 13, 1994.
- “Keeping Up with the Jones, Parts I, II and III.” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, April 7, 14, and 21, 1993.
- “Automorphisms of Riemann Surfaces and Class Numbers: an Illustration of the G-Index Theorem, Parts I, II, III and IV,” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, September 25, October 2, 9, and 16, 1991.
- “Pascal’s Triangle Mod p and p2.” Mathematics & Computer Science Club, San Jose State University, March 8, 1991.
- “Pascal’s Kernels Mod p2.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, Santa Clara University, January 30, 1990.
- “Decomposition of Pascal’s kernels mod p2.” 96th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Louisville, Kentucky, January 17, 1990.
- “Pascal’s Triangle.” Mathematics Discovery Seminar, San Jose State University, March 29, 1989.
- “Pentagons, Butterflies, and Buckminster Fuller d’après William Thurston.” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, April 20, 1988.
- “Exploring the Pyramids and Triangles of Pascal.” Mathematics Discovery Seminar, San Jose State University, November 4, 1987.
- “An Introduction to Algebraic K-Theory, Parts I and II” Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, February 18 and 25, 1987.
- “Pascal’s Triangles and Simplices Mod p.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, Sonoma State University, February 11, 1987.
- “Smith operations and the transfer.” 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 23, 1987. (Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc. #831-55-461, January 1987.)
- “Mod p Pascal’s Triangles.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, San Jose State University, November 6, 1986.
- “Contrary Functions.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, Santa Clara University, January 29, 1985.
- “Ultrametric Analysis: an Unusual Way of Measuring Vector Lengths.” The Summer Science Program, Ojai, California, July 29, 1985.
- “If Geometry Books Were Made of Rubber.” Hoover Middle School, San Jose, California, November 22, 1985.
- “The transfer and the failure of a mock Riemann-Roch theorem.” 807th meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Luis Obispo, California, November 11, 1983. (Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc. #807-55-82, November 1983.)
- “Pseudo-Inverses of Maps.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Northern Kentucky University, Covington, Kentucky, March 9, 1983.
- “Transfers: Algebraic Almost Right-Inverses of Maps.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin, February 25, 1983.
- “The Transfer for Finite Group Actions.” Colloquium Lecture, Department of Mathematics, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, January 29, 1981.
- “A formula for deviation from commutativity: the transfer and Steenrod squares.” 87th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, January 9, 1981. (Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc. #783-55-33, January 1981.)