Kozma, R. T., Devaney, R.L. Julia Sets Converging to Filled Quadratic Julia Sets, Journal of Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems (2012) DOI: 10.1017/etds.2012.115.
Kozma, R. T., Szirmai J. Optimally Dense Packings for Fully Asymptotic Coxeter Tilings by Horoballs of Different Types, Monatshefte fur Mathematik: : Volume 168, Issue 1 (2012), Page 27-47.
Kozma, R. T., Julia Sets of Perturbed Quadratic Maps Converging to the Filled Basilica, Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, Issue 13:5, pp. 281-288 (2011)
Awarded the Richard V. Andree award for best undergradute student paper in 2011.
M. Versace, R.T. Kozma, D. Wunsch, "Adaptive Resonance Theory design in mixed memristive-fuzzy hardware" Advances in Neuromorphic Memristor Science and Applications, Springer-Verlag (2012).
Conference Talks and Proceedings
I. Hayashi, S. Tsuruse, J. Suzuki and R.T. Kozma, A Proposal for Applying pdi-Boosting to Brain-Computer Interfaces,
World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI 2012 IEEE), Brisbane, Australia (June 10-15, 2012).
Kozma, R.T., J. Szirmai, The Densest Packings for Totally Asymptotic Coxeter Tilings by Different
Types of Horoballs,
Janos Bolyai Memorial Conference, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, September 2010.
Kozma, R.T., Julia Sets Converging to the Filled Basilica,
Young Mathematicians Conference 2010, Ohio State University, August 2010.
Versace, M., Gorchetichnikov, A., Chandler, B., Kozma, R.T., Ames, H.M., and Mingolla, E. (2010) How to build a brain on a nanochip. iSLC 2010, Boston, MA, May 2010.
Versace, M., Gorchetichnikov, A., Chandler, B., Kozma, R.T., Ames, H.M., and Mingolla, E. (2010) How to build a brain on a nanochip. NSF CELEST site visit, Boston, MA, March 2010.
Versace, M., Gorchetchnikov, A., Chandler, B., Kozma, R.T., Ames, H.M., and Mingolla, E. (2010) Neural design for nanochip applications. DARPA SyNAPSE site visit, Palo Alto, CA, March 2010.
Kozma, R. T., Previato, E., Mathematical Principles of Coding Theory: On Automorphisms and Self-Duality of Codes Based on Elliptic Curves,
12th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Boston University, October 16, 2009, p. 106.