Carnasciali, M., A. Thompson, and T. Thomas. "Factors Influencing Students’ Choice of Engineering Major," Proceedings, 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA, June 2013.
Young, J., M-I. Carnasciali, and M. Kandis. "Flow in the Near Wake of Hemispherical Parachute Shapes," American Physical Society, November 2012.
Ciston, S., M.Carnasciali, V. Zelenak, and M. Hollis. "Adult Undergraduate Engineering Student Experience," Proceedings, 119th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, San Antonio, TX, June 2012.
Schwab, J., J. Andrejczyk, M. Carnasciali, and M. Kandis, "Stability Analysis of a Cylindrical Mortar Cover Ejected at Various Mach Numbers and Angles of Attach," American Physical Society, Nov. 2011.
Ciston, S., M.Carnasciali, J. Nocito-Gobel, and C. Carr. "Impacts of Living Learning Communities on Engineering Student Engagement and Sense of Affiliation," Proceedings, 118th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition,Vancouver, B.C., June 2011.
Zelenak, V., S. Ciston, M. Hollis, and M.Carnasciali. "What Drives Engineers? A Qualitative Study on the Adult Engineering Student Experience," Presentation, 2011 NE ASEE Conference, May 2011.
Carnasciali M., C. Ou, and T. Utschig. "Investigation of Student Perceptions About Learning in Large Courses Utilizing PRS," SoTL Commons Conference, March 2009 (Statesboro, GA).
Carnasciali M., and T. Utschig, "TA Preparation in Science & Mathematics Service Courses for Engineers at GA Tech.," Presentation, CASEE Dane and Mary Louise Miller Symposium, Oct 2008.
Carnasciali M., "Kinetic Friction of Nonwetting Drops," Georgia Institute of Technology, May 2008.
Carnasciali M., "Frictional Forces Associated With Isothermal Nonwetting," American Physical Society, November 2005.
Carnasciali M., "Determination of Frictional Forces Associated with Nonwetting," American Physical Society, November 2002, Vol.47 No. 103.
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