- Anna Ritz, Christopher L Poirel, Allison N. Tegge, Nicholas Sharp, Allison Powell, Kelsey Simmons, Shiv D. Kale, and T. M. Murali. Pathways on demand: Automated reconstruction of human signaling networks. npj: Systems Biology and Applications, 2016, to appear. [Software]
- Allison N. Tegge, Nicholas Sharp, and T. M. Murali. Xtalk: A path-based approach for identifying crosstalk between signaling pathways. Bioinformatics, 2015. [link]
- Nicholas Sharp, Virginia Hagen-Gates, Evan Hemingway, Molly Syme, Juelyan Via, Jeffrey Feaster, Javid Bayandor, Sunghwan Jung, Francine Battaglia, and Andrew Kurdila. Computational analysis of undulatory batoid motion for underwater robotic propulsion. In ASME 2014 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2014. [PDF]
- Optimal Control in Time-Varying Velocity Fields using Alpha Hulls. Undergraduate Presentation. Nicholas Sharp and Shane D. Ross. SIAM Annual Meeting 2014.
- Machine Learning Models for Terrestrial Space Weather Forecasting. Undergraduate Presentation. Brendan Avent, Nicholas Sharp, and Dhruv Batra. SIAM Annual Meeting 2014.
- TS07D Empirical Geomagnetic Field Model as a Space Weather Tool. Poster. Nicholas Sharp, Grant Stephens, and Mikhail Sitnov. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2011.