Publications

  • de Pablo Group
    “Emergence of Radial Tree of Bend Stripes in Active Nematics,” Sokolov, Andrey; Mozaffari, Ali; Zhang, Rui; de Pablo, Juan; and Snezhko, Alexey. PHYSICAL REVIEW X, 9, 031014, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “Influence of Homopolymer Addition in Templated Assembly of Cylindrical Block Copolymers,” Doise, Jan; Bezik, Cody; Hori, Masafumi; et al. ACS NANO , 13, 4073-4082 , April 2019

  • Awschalom Group
    “Correlating dynamic strain and photoluminescenceof solid-state defects with stroboscopic x-raydiffraction microscopy,” S. J. Whiteley, F. J. Heremans, G. Wolfowicz, D. D. Awschalom, M. V. Holt. Nat. Commun., 10, 3386, 2019

  • Awschalom Group
    “Heterodyne detection of radio-frequency electric fields using point defects in silicon carbide,” G. Wolfowicz, C. P. Anderson, S. J. Whiteley, D. D. Awschalom. Appl. Phys. Lett., 115, 043105, 2019

  • Awschalom Group
    “All-optical cryogenic thermometry based on nitrogen-vacancy centers in nanodiamonds,” M. Fukami, C. G. Yale, P. Andrich, X. Liu, F. J. Heremans, P. F. Nealey, D. D. Awschalom. Phys. Rev. Applied, 12, 014042, 2019

  • Skinner Group
    “OH-Stretch Raman Multivariate Curve Resolution Spectroscopy of HOD/H2O Mixtures,” Alexei A. Kananenka, Nicholas J. Hestand and J. L. Skinner. J. Phys. Chem. B, 123, 5139-5146, 2019

  • Rowan Group
    Preparation of cellulose nanofibers from Miscanthus x. Giganteus by ammonium persulfate oxidation,” Han Yang, Yefei Zhang, Ryo Kato, and Stuart J. Rowan. Carbohydrate Polymers, 212, 30-39, 2019

    Overview

    • Cellulose nanofibers (MxG-CNFA-CO2Hs) are isolated from Miscanthus x. Giganteus.
    • MxG-CNFA-CO2Hs are isolated via a new two-step chemical oxidation.
    • MxG-CNFA-CO2Hs have a high aspect ratio of 230 and length of ca. 880 ± 300 nm.
    • MxG-CNFA-CO2Hs exhibit better thermal stability than MxG cellulose nanocrystals.
    • MxG-CNFA-CO2Hs exhibit better mechanical reinforcement than MxG cellulose nanocrystals.
  • Rowan Group
    Effect of processing conditions on the mechanical properties of bio-inspired mechanical gradient nanocomposites,” Yefei Zhang, Alexandra N. Edelbrock, and Stuart J. Rowan. European Polymer Journal, 115, 107-114, 2019

    Overview

    • Squid beak inspired composite materials have been prepared with tunable wet modulus.
    • Photo-induced crosslinking of the nanofiller allows control of the wet modulus .
    • Processing conditions and film thickness impact the crosslinked modulus .
    • Mechanical contrast (E'stiff/E'soft) > 7 achieved by optimizing conditions.
  • de Pablo Group
    “Electronic structure at coarse-grained resolutions from supervised machine learning,” Nicholas E. Jackson, Alec S. Bowen, Lucas W. Antony, Michael A. Webb, Venkatram Vishwanath, Juan J. de Pablo. Science Advances, 5, eaav1190, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “New frontiers for the materials genome initiative,” Juan J. de Pablo, Nicholas E. Jackson, Michael A. Webb, Long-Qing Chen, Joel E. Moore, Dane Morgan, Ryan Jacobs, Tresa Pollock, Darrell G. Schlom, Eric, S. Toberer, James Analytis, Ismaila Dabo, Dean M. DeLongchamp, Gregory A. Fiete, Gregory M. Grason, Geoffroy Hautier, Yifei Mo, Krishna Rajan, Evan J. Reed, Efrain Rodriguez, Vladan Stevanovic, Jin Suntivich, Katsuyo Thornton, Ji-Cheng Zhao. npj Computational Materials, 5, 41, 2019

  • Galli Group
    Spin coherence in two dimensional materials,” Meng Ye, Hosung Seo and Giulia Galli . NPJ Comp. Mat. , 5, 1-6,

  • Galli Group
    “All-electron density functional calculations for electron and nuclear spin interactions in molecules and solids,” Krishnendu Ghosh, He Ma, Vikram Gavini and Giulia Galli . Phys. Rev. Mat. , 3, 043801, 2019

  • Galli Group
    Qresp, A Tool for Curating, Discovering, and Exploring Reproducible Scientific Papers,” Marco Govoni, Milson Munakami, Aditya Tanikanti, Jonathan H. Skone, Hakizumwami B. Runesha, Federico Giberti, Juan de Pablo, Giulia Galli. Scientific Data, 6, 190002, 2019

  • Galli Group
    A Finite-field Approach for GW Calculations Beyond the Random Phase Approximation ,” He Ma, Marco Govoni, Francois Gygi and Giulia Galli. J. Chem. Theory. Comp., 15, 154-164, 2019

  • Galli Group
    Coupling First Principles Calculations of Electron-Electron and Electron-Phonon Scattering, and Applications to Carbon-based Nanostructures,” Ryan L. McAvoy, Marco Govoni, and Giulia Galli . J. Chem. Theory. Comp., 14, 6269-6275, 2018

  • Galli Group
    The role of point defects in enhancing the conductivity of BiVO4 ,” Hosung Seo, Yuan Ping, and Giulia Galli. Chem. Mat., 30, 7793-7802, 2018

  • Galli Group
    The role of defects and excess surface charges at finite temperature for optimizing oxide photoabsorbers,” Matteo Gerosa, Francois Gygi, Marco Govoni and Giulia Galli . Nature Materials, 17, 1122-1127, 2018

  • Galli Group
    Dielectric properties of condensed systems composed of fragments,” Ding Pan, Marco Govoni, Giulia Galli. J. Chem. Phys. , 149, 051101, 2018

  • Galli Group
    Surface chemistry and buried interfaces in all-inorganic nanocrystalline solids,” Emilio Scalise, Vishwas Srivastava, Eric Janke, Dmitri Talapin, Giulia Galli, Stefan Wippermann . Nat. Nanotech., 13, 841–848 , 2018

  • Galli Group
    Ab Initio Spectroscopy and Ionic Conductivity of Water under Earth Mantle Conditions,” Viktor Rozsa, Ding Pan, Federico Giberti, Giulia Galli. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 115, 6952-6957, 2018

  • Awschalom Group, Cleland Group
    “Simple non-galvanic flip-chip integration method for hybrid quantum systems,” K. J. Satzinger, C. R. Conner, A. Bienfait, H.-S. Chang, M.-H. Chou, A. Y., Cleland, E. Dumur, J. Grebel, G. A. Peairs, R. G. Povey, S. J. Whiteley, Y. P. Zhong, D. D. Awschalom, D. I. Schuster, A. N. Cleland. Appl. Phys. Lett., 114, 173501, 2019

  • Rowan Group
    “Polymer nanocomposites with reversible heat stiffening properties,” Shaghayegh Khani, Elvis Cudjoe, Stuart J. Rowan, and Joao Maia. Bulletin of the American Physical Society , 64, 2, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “Degenerate conic anchoring and colloidal elastic dipole-hexadecapole transformations,” Ye Zhou, Bohdan Senyuk, Rui Zhang, Ivan I. Smalyukh, and Juan J. de Pablo. Nat. Commun., 10, 1000, 2019

  • de Pablo Group, Nealey Group
    “Perfection in Nucleation and Growth of Blue-Phase Single Crystals: Small Free-Energy Required to Self-Assemble at Specific Lattice Orientation,” Xiao Li, Jose A. Martinez-Gonzalez, Kangho Park, Cecilia Yu, Ye Zhou, Juan J. de Pablo, and Paul F. Nealey. ACS Apply. Mater. Interfaces, 11, 9487-9495, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “Sculpting stable structures in pure liquids,” Tadej Emersic, Rui Zhang, Ziga Kos, Simon Copar, Natan Osterman, Juan J. de Pablo, and Uros Tkalec. Sci. Adv., 5, eaav4283, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “The Free Energy Landscape of Internucleosome Interactions and its Relation to Chromatin Fiber Structure,” Joshua Moller, Joshua Lequieu, and Juan J. de Pablo. ACS Cent. Sci., 5, 341-348, 2019

  • de Pablo Group
    “Graph-Based Approach to Systematic Molecular Coarse-Graining,” Michael A. Webb, Jean-Yves Delannoy, and Juan J. de Pablo. J. Chem. Theory Comput., 15, 1199-1208, 2019

  • Patel Group, Rowan Group
    “Ion-Conducting Polymers as Interfacial Layers in Solid Electrolytes,” Arvin Sookezian, Priyadarshini Mirmira, Shrayesh Patel, and Stuart J. Rowan. Bulletin of the American Physical Society , 64, 2, 2019

  • Esser-Kahn Group
    “Mitigation of Hydrophobicity-Induced Immunotoxicity by Sugar Poly(orthoesters),” Sampa Maiti, Saikat Manna, Jingjing Shen, Aaron P. Esser-Kahn, and Wenjun Du. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2019

  • Awschalom Group, Cleland Group, Galli Group
    “Spin-phonon interactions in silicon carbide addressed by Gaussian acoustics,” S. J. Whiteley, G. Wolfowicz, C. P. Anderson, A. Bourassa, H. Ma, M. Ye, G. Koolstra, K. J. Satzinger, M. V. Holt, F. J. Heremans, A. N. Cleland, D. I. Schuster, G. Galli, D. D. Awschalom. Nature Physics, 15, 490–495, 2019

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