The following publications feature research conducted by Trainees and faculty related to the goals of the SEAS program. Those denoted with an asterisk have been funded by the NRT.

  1. *Effect of C60 adducts on the dynamic structure of aromatic solvation shells
    James S. PeerlessG. Hunter BowersAlbert L. Kwansa, Yaroslava G. Yingling 
  2. Statistical and image analysis for characterizing simulated atomic-scale damage in crystals D. Li, B.J. Reich, D.W. Brenner 
  3. How predictable is plastic damage at the atomic scale?
    D. Li, E. W. Bucholz, G. Peterson, B.J. Reich, J. C. Russ, and D.W. Brenner 
  4. Use of Bayesian Inference in Crystallographic Structure Refinement via Full Diffraction Profile Analysis
    Chris M. Fancher, Zhen Han, Igor Levin, Katharine Page, Brian J. Reich, Ralph C. Smith, Alyson G. Wilson & Jacob L. Jones
  5. A Bayesian approach to modeling diffraction profiles and application to ferroelectric materials
    T. Iamsasri, J. Guerrier, G. Esteves, C. M. Fancher, A. G. Wilson, R. C. Smith, E. A. Paisley, R. Johnson-Wilke, J. F. Ihlefeld, N. Bassiri-Gharb and J. L. Jones 
  6. A three-dimensional polyhedral unit model for grain boundary structure in fcc metals
    Arash Dehghan Banadaki & Srikanth Patala
  7. Lowest energy Frenkel and charge transfer exciton intermixing in one-dimensional copper phthalo-cyanine molecular lattice
    I.V. Bondarev, A. Popescu, R. A. Younts, B. Hoffman, T. McAfee, D.B. Dougherty, K. Gundogdu, and H.W. Ade 
  8. Quantification of parameter and model uncertainty for shape memory alloy bending actuators
    John H Crews, Ralph C Smith
    doi: 10.1177/1045389X13490842 
  9. Quantification of parameter uncertainty for robust control of shape memory alloy bending actuators
    John H Crews, Jerry A McMahan, Ralph C Smith and Jennifer C Hannen