by J. D. Albrecht, Sathwik Bharadwaj, M. Hodek, Siddhant Pandey*, L. R. Ram-Mohan, and M. Santia
Our approach of calculating fields using the Hermite finite element method yields better accuracy by several orders of magnitude than comparable applications of the edge-based vector finite element method.
This paper aims to introduce and illustrate a computational technique capable of determining the geometry and complex permittivity of a supplementary dielectric insert making distributions of microwave-induced dissipated power within the processed material as uniform as possible.
by Jack Bauer*, Aaron Deskins, Satish Kumar Iyemperumal, and Thang Duc Pham*
Supported single metal atoms embody active, efficient catalysts. Much effort in the literature has focused on late transition metals, but understanding the reactivity and stability trends across all metals is key to developing new metal catalysts.
by Carl Bascom Jr., Magdalena Bezanilla, Jeffrey P. Bibeau, Allison M. Butt*, Xinxin Ding*, Patrick J. Flaherty, Sakshi Khurana*, Robert G. Orr, and 2 more
Our ability to identify genes that participate in cell growth and division is limited because their loss often leads to lethality. A solution to this is to isolate conditional mutants where the phenotype is visible under restrictive conditions.
by Raghvendra V. Cowlagi, Jonathan C. Griffin*, and Joseph P. Sperry*
Present-day unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are capable of autonomous waypoint navigation, but human supervision is required to assign target locations or sequences thereof. Future UAV applications will necessitate a higher degree of autonomy.
by Curtis W. Doiron, Binod Giri, Ronald L. Grimm, Kateryna Kushnir, Erin Morissette*, Pratap M. Rao, and Lyubov V. Titova
This study explores how nanostructuring SnS 2 in the form of vertically-aligned nanoflakes to increase the surface area impacts the lifetime and microscopic conductivity of photoinjected carriers compared to the bulk SnS 2 .