Tihamer “Tee” Toth-Fejel



“Environmental Challenges of Nanomanufacturing” with Allison Bourke, Jason Zhenyu Huang, Jun Hee Kim, and Chen (Ida) Xue”, Minus Nine (to appear 2007)

“Nanoethics and the High Frontier” with Chris Dodsworth, a chapter of Nanoethics: Examining the Societal Implications of Nanotechnology (tentative title), edited by Patrick Lin, Fritz Alhoff, Jim Moor, and John Weckert. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (expected publication 2007).

“Bottom-to-Bottom Nanomanufacturing with Silsesquioxanes, Scanning Probes, and DNA Origami”, SME conference on The Next Industrial Revolution: Nanotechnology & Manufacturing, August 23-24, 2006. Oak Ridge, TN.

“In Depth: Nano Nomenclature Standards”, NASA Nanotech Briefs, V3 N2, February 2006.

“A Multi-Tiered Approach to Pushing Container Inspection Beyond the Border”, Honorable Mention, GD-AIS Creative Technology Proposal Competition, February 22, 2006, http://inside.gd-ais.com/GDAIS_Intranet/PSF/EngWeek/1_Toth-Fejel_Tihamer_F.pdf

“Semi-Autonomous Urban Rescue Snakebot”, White Paper for Homeland Security Advanced Research Programs Agency, BAA Number: BAA05-10, Topic EH4 - Advanced Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Breaching Approach, January 3, 2006.

“From Molecular Actuators to Nanofactories Using Silsesquioxane-based Connectable Nanoscale Modules”, with Richard M. Laine, John Mansfield, and Jinsang Kim. White Paper for DARPA, DSO Ref# 05-19-W310, November 2005.

“A Shortcut to Nanofactories:  Assembling big blocks instead of little atoms”, presented at the13th Foresight Conference on Advancing Beneficial Nanotechnology, Oct 22-27.

“Non-Evolvable Indirectly Replicating Nanorobots with Self-Assembling Parts”, Evolvable Hardware, 2005 NASA/DoD Conference on Evolvable Hardware (EH'05)   pp.183-192, http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/EH.2005.36

“Molecular Manufacturing and The High Frontier”, position paper for the Foresight Nanotech Institute on their sixth grand challenge, http://www.foresight.org/challenges/space001.html

“The Small Road to the Stars: Molecular Manufacturing and the High Frontier”, International Space Development Conference, May 19-22, 2005, Washington, DC

“Large-Product General -Purpose Design and Manufacturing Using Nanoscale Modules: Final Report”, with Chris Phoenix, CP-04-01, NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts, May 2005, http://www.niac.usra.edu/files/studies/final_report/1030Phoenix.pdf 

“Capabilities Focus Area: Nanotechnology”, invited presentation for NASA's Advanced Planning and Integration Office at the NASA Capability Roadmap Public Outreach Workshop, November 2004, Washington, DC.

“A Critical Look at Leon Kass and Transhumanists on Ageless Bodies: Enhancement and Degradation of the Human Person”, presented at TransVision 2004: Art and Life in the Posthuman Era, Toronto, Canada, http://www.transhumanism.org/tv/2004/program.shtml.  Also presented as poster session at 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology: Research, Applications, and Policy, October 22-24, 2004, Washington, DC.

“Humanity and Nanotechnology”, National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, V4N2, Summer 2004. http://ncbcenter.metapress.com/(oktvt2mmpykvs345ezntds55)/app/home/contribution.asp?referrer=parent&backto=issue,8,9;journal,12,25;linkingpublicationresults,1:119988,1

“Modeling Kinematic Cellular Automata: An Approach to Self-Replication: Final Report”, NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts, April 2004, http://www.niac.usra.edu/files/studies/final_report/883Toth-Fejel.pdf

 “Uses of Nanotechnology in Space Applications.” Presentation to the University of Michigan Lowbrow Astronomers, October 19, 2001.

“Syncer: Distributed Simulations Using Swarm”, with Goic, J., and Sauter, Presented at SwarmFest 2001, Santa Fe, NM, April 28-30 2001, http://www.erim.org/swarm/SwarmFestSyncer.pdf

Agents, assemblers, and ANTS: scheduling assembly with market and biological software mechanisms, June 2000 Nanotechnology 11 133-137, http://stacks.iop.org/0957-4484/11/133 

“LEGOs (TM) to the Stars: Active MesoStructures, Kinetic Cellular Automata, and Parallel Nanomachines for Space Applications”, presented at the 1996 International Space Development Conference, published in The Assembler, V4, N3, Third Quarter, 1996, http://www.islandone.org/MMSG/9609lego.htm

National Space Society Policy Paper on Space and Molecular Nanotechnology, with Tom McKendree, Ad Astra, September/October 1995.

"Representing Organizational Behavior in a Bayesian Belief Network, and Making the Resulting Inferences Accessible to Users", with Steve Clark and James Kindrick, International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, Vol 2, 1992.

“Nanoelectronics: Early Results from the Top-Down Approach”, Foresight Update, No. 12, August 1991, http://www.foresight.org/Updates/Update12/Update12.4.html

Dr. Factory(TM) and Cause-MIC: A Manufacturing Consultant Assistant and its Modular Bayesian Belief Network Development and Execution Environment, with Steve Clark and James Kindrick, Ergonomics of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Advanced Systems II, edited by W. Karwowski and M. Rahimi, 1990, http://www.islandone.org/MMSG/ttf/drfactry.htm

"MAPCon: An Expert System to Configure Communication Networks", with James Kindrick and Van Dyke Parunak, Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications, IEEE Computer Society, Miami, Florida, March 6, 10, 1989.

"MAP Fault Management Expert System", with C. Joseph, K. Muraldihar, J. Kindrick, and C. So, Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Integrated Network Management, National Bureau of Standards, May 14-17, 1989,.

Machine Intelligence in Space, Proceedings of the Seventh International Space Development Conference, Denver, Colorado, May 27-30, 1988, http://www.islandone.org/MMSG/ttf/misisdc7.htm

Temporal and Contextual Knowledge in Model-Based Expert Systems, with Dennis Heher, Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications, NASA, Huntsville, Alabama, 1987, http://www.islandone.org/MMSG/ttf/paragon.htm