It is shown that the 33 complex rays in three dimensions used by Penrose to prove the Bell-Kochen-Specker theorem have the same orthogonality relations as the 33 real rays of Peres, and therefore provide an isomorphic proof of the theorem.
by J. D. Albrecht, C. R. Boucher*, Zehao Li*, and L. R. Ram-Mohan
Developing compact algorithms for accurate electrodynamic calculations with minimal computational cost is an active area of research given the increasing complexity in the design of electromagnetic composite structures.
by Lisa M. Pugsley*, L. R. Ram-Mohan, and Stuart Solin
The extraordinary magnetoresistance (EMR) in metal-semiconductor hybrid structures was first demonstrated using a van der Pauw configuration for a circular semiconductor wafer with a concentric metallic inclusion in it.
by C.R. Boucher*, P.G. Kassebaum, and L.R. Ram-Mohan
Current methods used to devise sets of Hermite interpolation polynomials of minimal order that ensure C(n) continuity across triangular element boundaries in two dimensions are not readily extensible to higher dimensions.
by Teagan E. Bate, Edward J. Jarvis, Megan E. Varney*, and Kun-Ta Wu
Self-organization of kinesin-driven, microtubule-based 3D active fluids relies on the collective dynamics of single microtubules. However, the connection between macroscopic fluid flows and microscopic motion of microtubules remains unclear.