Over the past 17 years (since 1999) I've published in the areas of quality management, innovation, software engineering, education, data science, and astronomical instrumentation.

NEW ARTICLES

  1. Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N.M., 2016: Merit Pay in Higher Education: Rationale, Unintended Consequences, and Alternatives. Journal for Quality and Participation, October 2016.
  2. Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N.M., 2016: Improving Testability and Reuse by Transitioning to Functional Programming. Software Quality Professional, June.
  3. Radziwill, N. M., Benton, M. C., Boadu, K., & Perdomo, W., 2015: A Case-Based Look at Integrating Social Context into Software Quality. Software Quality Professional, December.
  4. Radziwill, N. M., Romano, J., Shorter, D., & Benton, M.C., 2015: The Ethics of Hacking - Should it be Taught? Software Quality Professional, December.
  5. Radziwill, N. M., Benton, M. C., & Moellers, C. 2015: From STEM to STEAM: Reframing What it Means to Learn. The STEAM Journal (Claremont, CA), July.

PUBLICATIONS UNDER REVIEW

  1. Radziwill, N. M. & Mendez Vazquez, Y. M., 2016: An Ergonomics Framework for Six Sigma Projects. Submitted to Six Sigma Forum.
  2. Radziwill, N. M. & Benton, M. C., 2016: Design for X (DfX) in the Internet of Things (IoT). Submitted to Quality Management Journal.
  3. Radziwill, N. M. & Benton, M. C., 2016: Bot or Not? Using Recurrence Maps to Characterize Tweet Interarrival Patterns. Submitted to Social Media and Society.

PRESENTATIONS

  1. Radziwill, N. M. & Benton, M. C., 2016: The Future of Quality: Cognitive Production, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Manufacturing, and Emergent Analytics. ASQ Boston Conference on Quality, Boston MA, April 11.
  2. Radziwill, N. M., 2015: What Does the 2015 ASQ Future of Quality Report Reveal About Innovation? ASQ Innovation Conference, Charlottesville VA, September 19.
  3. Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M., 2015: The 10 Principles in Education. Burning Man Census Lab Conference, Black Rock City NV, September 2.
  4. Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M., 2015: The 10 Principles in Education. IAMU Networking Executive Session, Washington DC, April 30.

TEACHING MATERIALS (Creative Commons, Noncommercial w/Attribution)

  1. ISAT 251 Intro to Statistics & Data Science - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4VN55HxlNvKZmdSR2c3RGJxbVE
  2. ISAT 341 Simulation & Modeling - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4VN55HxlNvKMTNLYUxUa1A2Uzg
  3. ISAT 344 - Intelligent Systems - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4VN55HxlNvKOEdYbnRaREFKSlk


Peer-Reviewed/Refereed Publications

Radziwill, N. M., & Owens, T. 2014: Fresh Perspectives: Leverage the Relationships Among Innovation, Technology, and Quality to Unlock Your Creative Potential. Quality Progress, January, p. 30-36.

Radziwill, N. M. & Benton, M. C., 2013: Burning Man – Quality and Innovation in the Spirit of Deming. Journal for Quality and Participation, April, p. 7-11.

Radziwill, N. M., 2013: A Review of Research in the Quality Management Journal: Influential Resources, Key Themes, and Emerging Trends. Quality Management Journal 20(1), Jan., p. 7-36.

Radziwill, N. M., 2013: Tell Me About It: Export Your Lessons Learned to Spark Innovation. Quality Progress, October, p.80.

Radziwill, N. M. 2011: Using SIPOC to Define Your Research Agenda: A Tool for Junior Faculty. ASQ Higher Education Brief, December 2011.

Radziwill, N. M., 2009: Topology, Evolution, and Network-Based Continuous Improvement of the Quality Management Journal [1.2 MB] Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana State University, 166 pages, AAT 3374728.

Crossley, J.H., DuPlain, R. F. & Radziwill, N. M., 2009: Web Service Automates Access to Multiple Astronomical Data Sources. SPIE Newsroom, March 11.

Radziwill, N. M., Olson, D., Vollmar, A., Lippert, T., Mattis, T., Van Dewark, K. and J.W. Sinn, 2009: Starting from Scratch. China Quality, September, p. 59-61. Available at http://c.wanfangdata.com.cn/periodical-zhonggzl.aspx (with subscription)

Radziwill, N. M., Olson, D., Vollmar, A., Lippert, T., Mattis, T., Van Dewark, K. and J.W. Sinn, 2008: Starting from Scratch. Quality Progress, September, p. 41-47. ASQ QICID: 21306

Radziwill, N. M., 2006: Foundations for Quality Management of Scientific Data Products. Quality Management Journal, v13 Issue 2 (April), p. 7-21. ASQ QICID: 21478

Radziwill, N. M. and A. L. Shelton, 2005: Push for Cheese: A Metaphor for Software Usability. CrossTalk: The Department of Defense Journal of Software Engineering. BackTalk Column, December 2005.

Radziwill, N. M., 2005: An Ethical Theory for the Advancement of Professionalism in Software Engineering. Software Quality Professional, v7 Issue 3 (June), p. 14-23. ASQ QICID: 20016

 

Conference Presentations (with Proceedings Papers)

Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M., 2011: A Path for Exploring the Agile Organizing Framework in Technology Education. In Proc. Agile 2011, Salt Lake City UT, August 9, 2011.

Benton, M. C. & N. M. Radziwill, 2010: Using the Agile Organizing Framework to Create Adaptive Learning Environments for Technology Development. Association for Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Panama City Beach FL, October 29. [In ATMAE 2010 Abstracts]

Radziwill, N. M. & Mitchell, L., 2010: Using the Baldrige Criteria for Observatory Strategic and Operations Planning. SPIE Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes and Systems III, San Diego CA, June 26 – July 1.

Radziwill, N. M. & DuPlain, R., 2010: Using Value-Based Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Measures to Inform Subsystem Trade-offs. SPIE Modeling, Systems Engineering, and Project Management for Astronomy IV, San Diego CA, June 26 – July 1.

Radziwill, N. M. 2009: Organizational Sustainability in the Context of ISO 26000. Association for Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Louisville KY, Nov. 7

Radziwill, N. M., 2008: End to End Operations at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. SPIE Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes and Systems II, Marseille France, Jun 23-28.

Crossley, J. H., Sjouwerman, L. O., Fomalont, E. B., and N. M. Radziwill, 2008: NRAO VLA Archive Survey. SPIE, Marseille France, Jun 23-28.

Radziwill, N. M., 2006: Cost of Quality (CoQ) Metrics for Telescope Operations and Project Management. SPIE Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes and Systems, Orlando FL, May 25-31.

Radziwill, N. M., 2006: Valuation, Policy and Software Strategy. SPIE, Orlando FL, May 25-31.

DuPlain, R. F. and N.M. Radziwill, 2006: Autonomous Quality Assurance and Troubleshooting. SPIE, Orlando FL, May 25-31.

Radziwill, N.M. and A. L. Shelton, 2006: A Standard Python Environment for Software Applications at the Green Bank Telescope (GBT). SPIE, Orlando FL, May 25-31.

Radziwill, N.M. and R. DuPlain, 2005: A Framework for Telescope Data Quality Management. Proc. SPIE, Madrid, Spain, October 2-5, 2005.

 

Conference Presentations (without Proceedings Papers)

Radziwill, N. M. & Benton, M. C., 2011: Applying the Agile Organizing Framework to Team Management. International Conference on Software Quality (ICSQ), San Diego CA, February 8, 2011.

Radziwill, N. M., 2009: Why Outer Space Needs Software Engineers. Presentation to Undergraduate and Graduate students at Howard University, Washington DC, April 8th.

Crossley, J., DuPlain, R. F., & N.M. Radziwill, 2009: Combining Google Sky and the Search Functionality of the Virtual Observatory (VO). Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Long Beach, California, Nov. 2-5.

Radziwill, N.M., 2007: Beyond Usability: Improving Software Quality by Closing the Expectation Gap. International Conference on Software Quality (ICSQ), Lakewood CO, October 16-17.

DuPlain, R., Radziwill, N.M., & Shelton, A., 2007: A Rule-Based Data Quality Startup Using PyCLIPS. ADASS XVII, London UK, September 2007.

Radziwill, N. M. and R. DuPlain, 2004: Quality Control at the Green Bank Telescope. Presented to the Shenandoah Chapter of the American Society for Quality (ASQ), Winchester, VA November 9, 2004.

 

Invited Talks & Expert Panels

Radziwill, N. M., 2013: IT Skill Sets of the Future, COVITS 2013, in Richmond, VA on September 9, 2013.

Radziwill, N. M., 2012: Invited Presentation to ASQ North Jersey Spring Quality Conference on April 5, 2012.

Radziwill, N. M., 2011: Unplugged: Disconnecting from Social Media. Invited Expert Panelist at the Social Media Summit 2011 organized by Harrisburg University of Science and Technology; discussing quality of life issues related to technology addiction and effective information filtering.

Radziwill, N. M. 2010: Make or Buy? A Value-Based Approach to TCO Analysis. Institute for Software Excellence, World Conference for Quality and Improvement (WCQI), St. Louis MO, May 26. [Received Highest Speaker Ratings]

Radziwill, N. M. 2010: The American Society for Quality Software Division 2010-2012. Presentation to IEEE SIG/ASQ Section 509, McLean VA, January 26.

Radziwill, N. M. 2009: The Executive’s Guide to Software with EASE. Institute for Software Excellence, World Conference for Quality and Improvement (WCQI), Minneapolis MN, May 19th.

Radziwill, N. M., 2007: Quality Issues in Data Analysis. Invited to the January 2007 American Society for Quality (ASQ) Section 1108 meeting, Waynesboro VA, January 16.

Radziwill, N. M., 2006: Quality Management in Astronomical Software Systems. One of four keynotes for Astronomical Data Analysis and Software Systems (ADASS) conference, Tucson AZ, October 5.

Radziwill, N. M., 2006: Quality Management, Telescope Operations and Data Quality. Main speaker for a joint session between the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) and the National Solar Observatory (NSO) on Quality Issues, Tucson AZ, January 27.

 

Editor

Chiozzi, G., and Radziwill, N. M. 2014: Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy III, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. TBD. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Radziwill, N. M., and Chiozzi, G., 2012: Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy II, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 8451. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Radziwill, N. M., and Bridger, A., 2010: Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 7740. San Diego, CA.

Bridger, A. and Radziwill, N. M., 2008: Advanced Software and Control for Astronomy II, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 7019. Marseille, France.

 

Book Chapters (& Entries)

Radziwill, N. M., 2010: Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History (Kenneth E. Hendrickson III and Sanford Glenn, Eds.) contributed four articles: CTQ Tree, TRIZ, BASIC, personal computers

Radziwill, N. M. and R.F. DuPlain, 2009: Quality and Continuous Improvement in Knowledge Management. Chapter in Knowledge Management Strategies for Business Development, IGI Global.

Radziwill, N. M., and R.F. DuPlain, 2008: A Model for Business Innovation in the Web 2.0 World. Invited Chapter in Web 2.0: The Business Model, Springer.

Radziwill, N. M., 2008: Implementing Communities of Practice to Manage Knowledge and Drive Innovation. Chapter in Knowledge Management Strategies: A Handbook of Applied Technologies. IDEA Group publishing.

Radziwill, N. M., 2007: An Ethical Theory for the Advancement of Professionalism in Software Engineering. Fundamental Concepts for the Software Quality Engineer, Volume 2. ASQ Press: Milwaukee, WI.

Radziwill, N. M. and A. L. Shelton, 2006: The Impact of an Enterprise Software Architecture on Observing with the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT). Chapter in Enterprise Architecture, Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) Press, Hyderabad, India.

Radziwill, N. M. and A. L. Shelton, 2006: TWiki as a Platform for Collaborative Software Development Management. Chapter in Internet Collaboration Tools, Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) Press, Hyderabad, India.

Analysis of Publication History

My publication and citation record demonstrates research productivity that is comparable with tenured scholars in my field, based on my Google Scholar Profile & Citations site (which does not report at least three known new citations from 2014). The H-index and i10-index metrics have been developed to assess a scholar’s research productivity in terms of the relevance of his or her research to others within related fields. The H-index reflects that n of your publications have received at least n citations each. The i10-index indicates how many of your publications have received at least 10 citations. For my peer-reviewed published research, my H-index is 5, and my i10-index is 3. This H-index compares favorably for productive researchers in management (4.17) and social sciences (3.46) as per Iglesias and Pecharroman (1997) as referenced at http://sci2s.ugr.es/hindex/. The i10-index is not yet baselined across different fields.


The lists below provide a selection of my peer-reviewed publications, conference presentations, invited talks, edited proceedings, and book chapters published between 1998 and June 2014. The full list of 93 publications and proceedings, 27 book reviews, and 8 internal memos is contained in my CV. A list of the Honors Theses and Masters Theses I have advised is also available here.



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