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PHYSICS DEPARTMENT RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Paul R. Anderson

“Apparent Universality of Semiclassical Gravity in the Far Field Limit,” Paul R. Anderson and A. Fabbri, Physical Review D 75 , 044015 (2007).

“Self-force on a Scalar Charge in Radial Infall from Res Using the Hadamard-WKB Expansion,” Paul R. Anderson, Ardeshir Eftekharzadeh, and Bei-Lok Hu, Phys. Rev. D 73, 064023 (2006).

“Short Distance and Initial State Effects in Inflation: Stress Tensor and Decoherence,” Paul R. Anderson, Carmen Molina-Paris, and Emil Mottola, Phys. Rev. D 72, 043515 (2005).

“Cutoff Anti–de Sitter Space/Conformal-Field-Theory Duality and the Quest for Braneworld Black Holes,” Paul R. Anderson, R. Balbinot and A. Fabbri, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 061301 (2005).

"Radiation Reaction in Schwarzschild Spacetime: Retarded Green's Function via Hadamard-WKB Expansion,” P. R. Anderson and B. L. Hu, Phys. Rev. D 69, 064039 (2004).

“Stress-Energy Tensor for a Massless Spin ½ Field in Static Black Hole Spacetimes,” P. R. Anderson, Eric D. Carlson, William Hl. Hirsch, Benedikt Obermayer, and Peter B. Groves, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 051301 (2003).

"Linear Response, Validity of Semi-Classical Gravity, and the Stability of Flat Space," Paul R. Anderson, Carmen Molina-Paris, Emil Mottola, Phys. Rev. D. (2002).

"Method to compute the stress-energy tensor for the massless spin ½ field in a general static spherically symmetric spacetime," Peter B. Groves, Paul R. Anderson, and Eric D. Carlson, Phys. Rev. D 66, 124017 (2002).

"Anderson, Hiscock, and Taylor Reply," P. R. Anderson, William A. Hiscock, and Brett E. Taylor, Physical Review Letters 87, 029002-1 (2001).

"Interacting Field Theories in Robertson-Walker Spacetimes," P. R. Anderson, C. Molina-Paris, and S. A. Ramsey, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 40, 2231-2258 (2001).

"Attractor States and Infrared Scaling in de Sitter Space," P. R. Anderson, Wayne Eaker, Salman Habib, Carmen Molina-Paris, and Emil Mottola, Physical Review D62, 024003-1 through 024003-5 (2000).

"Do Semiclassical Zero Temperature Black Holes Exist?" P. R. Anderson, William A. Hiscock and Brett E. Taylor, Physical Review Letters 85, 1-4 (2000).

"Semiclassical Charged Black Holes with a Quantized Massive Scalar Field," P. R. Anderson, Brett E. Taylor, and William A. Hiscock, Physical Review D61, 084021-1 through 084021-7 (2000).

"Analytic Approximation and an Improved Method for Computing the Stress-energy of Quantized Scalar Fields in Robertson-Walker Spacetimes," P. R. Anderson and Wayne Eaker, Physical Review D61, 024003-1 (1999).

"Size Gap for Zero Temperature Black Holes." Physical Review D59, 04407-1 through 04407-4 (1999).

"Gravitational Geons Revisited," Paul R. Anderson and D. R. Brill. Physical Review D56, 4824-4833 (15 October 1997).

"Semiclassical Effects in Black Hole Interiors," Paul R. Anderson, W. A. Hiscock and S. L. Larson, Physical Review D56, 3571-3581 (15 September 1997).

"Gravitation Waves," Paul R. Anderson, Physical Review D55, 3440-3443 (15 March 1997).

"Stress-energy of Quantized Scalar Field in Static Wormhole Spacetimes," Paul R. Anderson, B. E. Taylor and W. A. Hiscock, Physical Review D55, 6116-6122 (15 May 1997).

"Extreme Black Holes: A Third Venue for Quantum Gravity?," Paul R. Anderson, W. A.Hiscock and D. J. Loranz, Proceedings of the Seventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, ed. R. T. Jantzen and G. M. Keiser (World Scientific Publishing Co.), 928-930 (1996).

Keith D. Bonin

“A Combined Atomic Force/Fluorescence Microscopy Technique to Select Aptamers in a Single Cycle from a Small Pool of Random Oligonucleotides,” L. Peng, B. J. Stephens, K. Bopnin, R. Cubicciotti, and Martin Guthold, Microscopy Research and Techniques 70, 372-381 (April 2007). DOI: 10.1002/jemt.20421.

“ Nonlinear Motion of Rotating Glass Fibers,” Keith D. Bonin, Andrew W. Shelton, D. Bonessi, and Thad G. Walker, i n Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation, edited by Kishan Dholakia and Gabriel C. Spalding, Proceedings of SPIE 5930 (SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 59302B-1 to 59302B-8 (2005).

“Nonlinear Motion of Optically Torqued,” W. Andrew Shelton, K. Bonin, and Thad G. Walker, Phys. Rev. E 71, 036204 (2005). This paper was honored by being chosen for inclusion in the March 2005 issue of the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics by editor Robert Austin and it was also selected for inclusion in the March 2005 issue of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscience and Technology by editor David Awschalom.

“Vesicle Transport in PC12 Neurites: Forces and Saltatory Motion,” D. Hill, M. Plaza, K. Bonin, and G. Holzwarth,Eur. Biophys. J. {\bf 33} 7 (November 2004): 623-632. DOI: 10.1007/s00249-004-0403-6.

“Light-torqued Nanomotors Free of a Surface,” Keith D. Bonin, W. Andrew Shelton, and Thad G. Walker, in Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation, edited by Kishan Dholakia, Gabriel C. Spalding, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5514, 678-686 (SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2004).

“Vesicle Transport in PC12 Neurites: Forces and Saltatory Motion,” Keith D. Bonin, D. Hill, and G. Holzwarth, Eur. Biophys J. 33, DOI: 10.1007/s00249-004-0403-6, (April 2004).

“Atomic Spectroscopy,” Keith D. Bonin and W. Happer. The Optics Encyclopedia: Basic Foundations and Practical Applications, eds. T. G. Brown, K. Creath, H. Kogelnik, M. A. Kriss, J. Schmit, and M. J. Weber , pp. 187-233, (Wiley-VCH, New York, 2003), Nov. 2003.

" Light torque nanocontrol, nanomotors and nanorockers,'' K. Bonin, B. Kourmanov, and T. G. Walker, http://www.opticsexpress.org/abstract.cfm?URI=OPEX-10-19-984, Opt. Express 10, 984-989 (2002).

"Forces Required of Kinesin during Processive Transport through Cytoplasm," Keith D. Bonin, G. Holzwarth, and D. Hill, Biophys. J. 82, 1784-1790 (2002).

"Accurate Timing of a Particle Beam using Laser Ablation," Keith D. Bonin and A. Ballard, Laser Part. Beams 19, 1-3 (2001).

"Light-force Technique for Measuring Cluster Polarizabilities," Keith D. Bonin, A. Ballard, and J. Louderback, J. Clust. Sci. 12, 485-508 (2001).

"Glass Slits for Collimating Particle Beams," Keith D. Bonin and A. Ballard, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 72 , 1657-1659 (2001).

"Absolute measurement of the Optical Polarizability of C60," Keith D. Bonin, Adam Ballard, and J. Louderback, J. Chem. Phys. 72, 5732-5735 (2000).

"Electric Dipole Polarizabilities of Atoms, Molecules, and Clusters, Keith D. Bonin, World Scientific, Singapore, November 1997.

"Design and Construction of a Magneto-Optical Trap for Rubidium Atoms," Keith D. Bonin and Neil Claussen, Proceedings of the National Council on Undergraduate Research (June 1996).

Eric D. Carlson

“Stress-energy Tensor for Massless Spin-1/2 in Static Black Hole Spacetimes,” Eric D. Carlson, William H. Hirsch, Benedikt Obermayer, Paul R. Anderson, and Peter B. Groves, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 051301 (2003).

"Method to compute the stress-energy tensor for the massless spin 1/2 field in a general static spherically symmetric spacetime," Peter B. Groves, Paul R. Anderson, and Eric D. Carlson, Phys.Rev. D66, 124017 (2002).

"Black Hole Evolution by Spectral Methods," Eric D. Carlson, Lawrence E. Kidder, Mark A. Scheel, Saul A. Teukolsky, and Gregory B. Cook, Phys. Rev. D62, 084032 (2000).

"Pseudoscalar Conversion and X-rays from the Sun," Eric D. Carlson, Physics Letters B 369, 193 (1996).

"Photon to Pseudoscalar Conversion in the Interstellar Medium," Eric D. Carlson and W.D. Garretson, Phys. Lett. B336, 431 (1994).

David L. Carroll

“Osteomyelitis and Intraosteoblastic Staphylococcus Aureus,” Lawrence X. Webb, William Wagner, David Carroll, Holly Tyler, BS, Faith Coldren, BS,2 Eileen Martin,1 and The Multidisciplinary Collaboration for the Study of Inflammation and Repair Group (MCSIR))Journal of Surgical Orthopaedic Advances 16 (2) (2007).

"Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaic based on Polythiophene-polyelectrolyte Carbon Nanotube Composites,” M. Reyes-Reyes, R. López-Sandoval, J. Liu, and D.L. Carroll, Thin Solid Films (2007).

“Fiber-based Architectures for Organic Photovoltaics,” Jiwen Liu, A. G. Manoj Namboothiry, and David L. Carroll, Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 063501 (2007).

“Optical Geometries for Fiber-based Organic Photovoltaics,” Jiwen Liu, A. G. Manoj Namboothiry, and David L. Carroll, Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, (reprinted in the Virtual Journal of NanoSciences), 133515 (2007).

“Negative Index of Refraction: Optics and Metamaterials,” J. E. Kielbasa, R. T. Williams, and D.L. Carroll, Optical Properties of Condensed Matter and Applications , Jai Singh (Editor) Wiley Press, Hoboken, NJ. (2006).

“Thermal Diffusion Processes in Bulk Heterojunction Formation for Poly-3-hexylthiophene/C60 Single Heterojunction Photovoltaics,” Kyong Kon Kim, Jiwen Liu, and D.L. Carroll, Appl. Phys. Lett. 88, 181911 (2006).

“Polymer Solar Cells Achieve 5.2% Efficiency.” Laser Focus World 42 (2) 11-11 (Feb. 2006).

“Highly Aligned Helical Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes Synthesized by Injection Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition,” J. Liu, S. Webster, and D.L. Carroll, Appl. Phys. Lett. 88, 213119 (2006).

“Electrochromic Properties of Conducting Polymer Metal Nanoparticles Composites.”A. G Manoj, T. Zimmerman, F. M. Coldren, J. Liu, K. Kim, and D.L. Carroll, Synthetic Metals (2006).

“Carbon Nanotube – Poly 3-octylthiophene Composite Photovoltaic Cells,” D. L. Carroll, R. Czerw and B. S. Harrison, J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 6, 2204-2207 (2006).

“Exciton Luminescence of Boron Nitride Nanotubes and Nano-arches,” B. Berzina, L. Trinkler, V. Korsak, R. Krutohvostov, D.L. Carroll, K. B. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, Physica Status Solidi (b) Vol. 243/14, 3840-3845 (2006).

“C60-Fullerenes: Detection of Intracellular Photoluminescence and Lack of Cytotoxic Effects,” Nicole Levi, Roy R Hantgan, Mark O Lively, David L. Carroll, and Gaddamanugu L. Prasad, Journal of Nanobiotechnology 4 , 14 (14 December 2006).

“Periodic, Pearl Chain-like Nanostructure Observed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” F.-X. Zha, S. Roth, and D.L. Carroll, Carbon Volume 44, Issue 9, 1695-1698 (August 2006).

“Effect of Growth Conditions on B-doped Carbon Nanotubes,” SMC Vieira, O. Stephan, and D.L. Carroll, Journal of Materials Research 21 (12) 3058-3064 (December 2006).

“All-optical Nanoscale Read/write Bit Formation,” S. Curran, J. Dewald, and D.L. Carroll, Journal of Microlithography Microfabrication and Microsystems 5 (1)011013 (Jan. –Mar. 2006).

“Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes Synthesized by the Pyrolysis of Pyridine over Catalysts,” J. Liu, J. Cech, D.L. Carroll, and S. Roth, Journal of Materials Research 21 (11) 2835-2840 (Nov. 2006).

“Dynamic Electrical Properties of Polymer-carbon Nanotube Composites: Enhancement through Covalent Bonding,” S. A. Curran, D. H. Zhang, W. T. Wondmagegn. A. V. Ellis, J. Cech, S. Roth, and D.L. Carroll, Journal of Materials Research 21 (4), 1071-1077 (Apr. 2006).

“The Roles of Donor and Acceptor Nanodomains in 6% Efficient Thermally Annealed Photovoltaic Devices,” Kon Kim Kyong, Jiwen Liu, Manoj Namboothiry, and David L. Carroll, Accepted in APL.P.

“Photoluminescence of Self-trapped Excitons in Boron Nitride Nanotubes,” R. T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, D.L. Carroll, B. Berzina, L. Trinkler, V. Korsak, and R. Krutohvostov, JNN (2006).

“Enhanced Absorption in a Reverse Saturable Dye Blended with Carbon Nanotubes,” Scott Webster*, Richard Williams, and David L. Carroll, submitted to JNN (2006).

“Photo-dynamic Therapeutics based on CNx Multi-Walled Nanotubes,” Suzy V. Torti, Fiona Byrne, Orla Whelan, Nicole Levi, Burak Ucer, Michael Schmid, Frank M. Torti, Steven Akman, Jiwen Liu, Pulickel M. Ajayan, Omkaram Nalamasu, and David L. Carroll, accepted International Journal of Nanomedicine.

“A Novel Polymer Nanotube Composite for Photovoltaic Packaging Applications,” R. Jayakanth, A. G. Manoj, J. Liu, I. Manna, and D. L. Carroll, submitted to Synthetic Metals (2006).

“Sol-gel nanocomposites as Metamaterials: Preparation and Optical Measurements,” J.E. Kielbasa, J. Liu, K.B. Ucer, D.L. Carroll, and R.T. Williams, accepted Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics.

“In Situ Adhesive Characterization of Staphylococcus Aureus Capsular Polysaccharides,” Faith M. Coldren, Elizabeth L. Palavecino, Nicole H. Levi, William D. Wagner, Thomas L. Smith, Beth P. Smith, Lawrence X. Webb, and David L. Carroll, submitted to Journal of Bacteriology (2006).

“Ink-Jet Printing of Encapsulated Bacteria,” F. Coldren, N. Levi, B. McGuirt, E. Palavecino, and D.L. Carroll, Manuscript # 0921-T05-26, published in: Proceedings of the Materials Research Society Meeting Symposium T (2006).

“Functional Carbon Nanotubes.” Ed. D.L. Carroll, B. Weisman, S. Roth, A. Rubio, MRS Symposium Proceedings, Volume 858E, MRS Press, Pittsburg PA (2005).

Refereed Articles:

“Thermal Diffusion Processes in Bulk Heterojunction Formation for Poly-3-hexylthiophene / C60 Single Heterojunction Photovoltaics,” Kyong Kon Kim, Jiwen Liu, and D. L. Carroll, in press APL, (will be out before 06/2006).

“Polymer Solar Cells Achieve 5.2% Efficiency,” D. L. Carroll, Laser Focus World 42 (2), 11-11 (Feb. 2006).

"Polymer-nanotube Composites for Transparent, Conducting Thin Films,” D. L. Carroll, R. Czerw, and S. Webster, Synthetic Metals 155 (3), 694-697 (Dec. 15, 2005).

“Enhanced Nonlinear Transmittance by Cooperative Nonlinear Mechanisms: a reverse saturable absorbing carbocyanine dye blended with nonlinear scattering carbon nanotubes,” Scott Webster, Marisol Reyes-Reyes, Xavier Pedron, Román López-Sandoval, Mauricio Terrones, and David L. Carroll, Advanced Materials, Volume  17, Issue 10, 1239-1243 (May 2005).

“Luminescent Poly(phenylene ethynylene) Coated Silica Opals,” Kyungkon Kim, Scott Webster, Nicole Levi, Mauricio R. Pinto, Kirk S. Schanze, and David L. Carroll, Langmuir 21(11), 5207 – 5211 (2005).

“Roles of Au and Ag Nanoparticles in Efficiency Enhancement of Poly(3-octylthiophene) / C60 Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaic Devices,” Kyungkon Kim and David L. Carroll, Applied Physics Letters 87, 203113 (2005).

“High Efficiency Photovoltaic Devices based on Annealed Poly(3-hexylthiophene) and 1-(3-methoxycarbonyl)-propyl-1-phenyl-(6,6)C61 Blends,” Marisol Reyes-Reyes, Kyungkon Kim, and David L. Carroll, “ Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 083506 (2005).

“Defect-induced Vibrational Response of Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes using Resonance Raman Spectroscopy,” S. A. Curran, J. A. Talla, D. Zhang, and D. L. Carroll, Journal of Materials Research 20 (12) 3368-3373 (2005).

“Temperature and Flow Rate of NH3 Effects on Nitrogen Content and Doping Environments of Carbon Nanotubes Grown by Injection CVD Method, Temperature, and Flow Rate of NH3 Effects on Nitrogen Content and Doping Environments of Carbon Nanotubes Grown by Injection CVD Method,” J. Liu and D. L. Carroll, J. Phys. Chem. B. 33 , 15769-15774 (2005).

“Photoluminescence Excitation Spectroscopy in Boron Nitride Nanotubes Compared to Microcrystalline h-BN and c-BN,” B. Berzina, L. Trinkler, R. Rutohvostov, R. T. Williams, D. L. Carroll, R. T., Czerw, and E. Shishonok, physica status solidi (c), Volume 2, Issue 1, 318 – 321 (2005).

“Meso-Structure Formation for Enhanced Organic Photovoltaic Cells,” M. Reyes-Reyes, K. Kim, J. Dewald, R. Lopez-Sandoval, D. L. Carroll, A. Avadhanula, and S. Curran, Org. Lett.7 26 , 5749-5752 (2005).

“Large-scale Synthesis of Highly Aligned Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes by Injection Chemical Vapor Deposition Methods,” J. Liu, R. Czerw, and D. L. Carroll, Journal of Materials Research 20 (2), 538-543 (2005).

“Truly Blue Organic Light-emitting Diodes Based on Carbazole-doped 4,4 '-Bis[carbazolyl-(9)]-stilbene,” H. S. Woo, S. Cho, T. W. Kwon, D. K. Park, Y. B. Kim, R. Czerw, D. L. Carroll, and J. W. Park, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 46 (4), 981-984 (2005).

“Enhanced Nonlinear Transmittance by Cooperative Nonlinear Mechanisms: a Reverse Saturable Absorbing Carbocyanine Dye Blended with Nonlinear Scattering Carbon Nanotubes,” Scott Webster, Marisol Reyes-Reyes, Xavier Pedron, Román López-Sandoval, Mauricio Terrones, and David L. Carroll, accepted to Advanced Materials (2005).

“Luminescent Poly(phenylene ethynylene) Coated Silica Opals,” Kyungkon Kim, Scott Webster, Nicole Levi, Mauricio R. Pinto, Kirk S. Schanze, and David L. Carroll, accepted to Langmuir (2005).

“One-Dimensional Metals: Physics and Materials Science,” S. Roth and D. Carroll, 2nd edition, VCH Press, Weinheim, Germany (2004)

“Nanotube Based Devices,” ed.by P. Bernier, G.-T. Kim, S. Roth, and D. Carroll, from the MRS Symposium Proceedings Series, Pittsburg, PA. MRS Press Vol. 722 (2004).

“Properties of Polyvinylidene Difluoride-Carbon Nanotube Blends,” Nicole Levi, Richard Czerw, Shuya Xing, Preethi Iyer, and David L. Carroll, Nanoletters (2004).

“Silver Nanoplates: Size Control in Two Dimensions and Formation Mechanisms,” Sihai Chen and David L. Carroll, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 5500-5506 (2004).

“Carbon Nanotube – Poly 3-octylthiophene Composite Photovoltaic Cells,” R. Czerw, B. S. Harrison, and D. L. Carroll, Nanotechnology (2004).

“Nanoscale Observation of Failures in Organic Light-emitting Diodes,” R. Czerw, C. L. Carroll, H. S. Woo, Y. B. Kim, and J. W. Park, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 96, No. 1, 641-644 (2004).

“Polymer– Nanotube Composites for Transparent, Conducting Thin Films,” D. L. Carroll, R. Czerw, and S. Webster, Synthetic Metals (2004).

“Investigation of Iron filled Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes,” S. Webster, R. G. Grant, R. Czerw, J. Liu, M. Terrones, N. Grobert, D. L. Carroll, New Journal of Physics 6, Art. 031 (2004).

“Morphology Effects on the Optical Properties of Silver Nanoparticles,” Sihai Chen, S. Webster, R. Czerw, Jianfeng Xu, and D. L. Carroll, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 4(3), 254-259 (2004).

“Optical Properties of Vanadium Oxide Nanotubes,” S. Webster, R. Czerw, R. Nesper, J. DiMaio, J.-F. Xu , J. Ballato, D. L. Carroll, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 4(3), 60-64 (2004).

“Optical Limiting and Enhanced Optical Nonlinearity in Doped Carbon Nanotubes,” J. Xu, M. Xiao, R. Czerw, and D. L. Carroll, Chem. Phys. Lett. 389, 247-250 (2004).

“Electronic Effects in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Metal-filled Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes,” David L. Carroll, R. Czerw, and J. Liu, New Journal of Physics 6, 31 (2004).

“Nanoengineering Optical Properties of Silver Nanoparticles through Shape Control,” David L. Carroll, Sihai Chen, Jiangfeng Xu, and Richard Czerw, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (accepted for June issue 2004).

Winston-Salem Triad Job Fair, “Exhibition of Nanotechnology”, 2004.

“One Dimensional Metals,” David L. Carroll and Roth, Wiley & Sons, NY, NY, textbook (2003).

“Monopod, Bipod, and Tetrapod Gold Nanocrystals,” David L. Carroll, S. Chen, Z. L. Wang, J. Ballato, and S. Foulger, Journal of the American Chemical Society, ja038927 (Dec. 2003).

“AC Conduction Mechanism of SrBi2TaO9 Thin Films Below Room Temperature,” David L. Carroll, P. Yang, and J. Ballato, Journal of Materials Science Letters 22, p. 5-7 (2003).

“Adsorption of Acetone on Carbon Nanotubes,” David L. Carroll, N. Chakrapani, Y. Zhang, Y. Y. Choi, P. M. Ajayan, S. Nayak, and J. A. Moore, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 107 (35), 9308-9311, (September 4, 2003).

“Failure Modes in Organic Light Emitting Diodes,” David L. Carroll, R. Czerw, H. S. Wood, and S. Webster, Advanced Materials (accepted for May 2003).

“Nonlinear Behavior in the Thermopower of Doped Carbon Nanotubes Due to Strong Localized States,” David L. Carroll, Y. -M. Choi, D. -S. Lee, R. Czerw, N. Grobert, M. Terrones, M. Reyes-Reyes, H. Terrones, P. M. Ajayan, S. Roth, and Y. -W. Park, Nanoletters, 3 (6), 839-842 (June 2003).

“Transparent Silica Glasses Containing single Walled Carbon Nanotubes,” David L. Carroll, J. DiMaio, S. Rhyne, Z. Yang, K. Fu, R. Czerw, J. -F. Xu, S. Webster, y. -P. Sun, and John Ballato, Information Sciences 149, 69-73 (2003).

“Raman Characterization of Nitrogen Doped Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes, Nanotube Based Devices,” David L. Carroll, S. Webster, J. Maultzsch, C. Thomsen, J. Liu, R. Czerw, M. Terrones, F. Adar, C. John, and A. Whitely; Eds. Bernier, Carroll, Kim, Roth, MRS symposium proceedings Vol. 772, 129-134 (2003).

“Advances in CNx Nanotube Growth, Nanotube Based Devices,” David L. Carroll, J. Liu, R. Czerw, S. Webster, J. H. Park, Y. W. Park, and M. Terrones; Eds. Bernier, Carroll, Kim, Roth, MRS symposium proceedings Vol. 772, 105-111 (2003).

"Silver Nanodisks: Synthesis, Characterization, and Self Assembly," S. Chen, Z. Fan, and D.L. Carroll, (accepted and to be published in Journal of Chemical Physics B: Letters (2003).

"Probing Phonon Dispersion Relations of Graphite from the Double Resonance Process of Antistokes Raman Scattering," P. Tan, L. An, L. Liu, Z. Guo, R. Czerw, D. L. Carroll, P.M. Ajayan, N. Zhang, H. Guo, (accepted and to be published in Phys Rev B (2003)).

"Blue Organic Light Emitting Diode's with Carbazole-Based Small Molecules," A. Date, R. Czerw, H.S. Woo, S. Webster, J.W. Park, J.H. Lee, and D.L. Carroll, (in revision for Applied Physics Letters).

"Failure Modes in Organic Light Emitting Diodes," R. Czerw, H.S. Woo, S. Webster, and D.L. Carroll, (accepted and to be published in Advanced Materials (2003)).

"Carbon Nanotube-Protein Conjugates from Ambient Exchange Reactions," Kefu Fu, Weijie Huang, Yi Lin, Dinghui Zhang, Tim Hanks, Apparao Rao, David L. Carroll, Ya-Ping Sun, (in revision for J. American Chemical Society).

"Nonlinear Behavior in the Thermopower of Doped Carbon Nanotubes Due to Strong Localized States" Y.-M. Choi, D.-S. Lee, R. Czerw, N. Grobert, M. Terrones, M. Reyes-Reyes, H. Terrones, P.M. Ajayan, D.L. Carroll, S. Roth, and Y.-W. Park, (accepted and to be published in Nanoletters (2002)).

"Substrate-interface Interactions between Carbon Nanotubes and the Supporting Substrate," R. Czerw, D. Tekleab, B. Foley, A. Rubio, P.M. Ajayan, and D. L. Carroll, Physical Review B 66, 033408 (2002).

"Composites of C60 Based Poly (Phenylene Vinylene) and Conjugated Polymer for Polymer Light Emitting Devices," S. Wang, J. Yang, Y. Li, H. Lin, Z. Guo, S. Xiao, Z. Shi, D. Zhu, H.-S. Woo, D.L. Carroll, I.-S. Kee, and J.-H. Lee, Applied Physics Letters 80 [20] 3487-3850 (2002).

"Structure Determination in Colloidal Crystal Photonic Bandgap Structures," J. Ballato, J. DiMaio, T.D. Taylor E. Gulliver, Dai-Gon Han, R.E. Riman, and D.L. Carroll, Journal of the American Ceramics Society 85 [6] 1366-68 (2002).

"Transparent Silica Glasses Containing Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes," J. DiMaio, S. Rhyne, Z. Yang, K. Fu, R. Czerw, J.-F. Xu, S. Webster, Y.-P. Sun, D.L. Carroll, and John Ballato,Information Sciences 149, 69-73 (2002).

"Optical Limiting in SrBi2Ta2O9 and PbZrxTi1-xO3 Ferroelectric Thin Films," P. Yang, J. Ballato, R. Schwartz, and D.L. Carroll, Applied Physics Letters 80 [18] 3394-3396 (2002).

"Carbon Nanotube Doped Polyaniline," H. Zengin, W. Zhou, J. Jin, R. Czerw, D.W. Smith, L. Echegoyen, D.L. Carroll, S. Foulger, and J. Ballato,Advanced Materials 14 [20] 1480-1483 (2002).

"Nonlinear Optical Transmission in VOx Nanotubes and VOx Nanotube-Composites," J.-F. Xu, R. Czerw, R. Nesper, J. Ballato, and D.L. Carroll, Applied Physics Letters 81 [9] 1711-1713 (2002).

"A Microscopy and Spectroscopy Study of Interactions between Carbon Nanotubes and a Conjugated Polymer," B. McCarthy, J.N. Coleman, R. Czerw, A.B. Dalton, M. in het Panhuis, A. Maiti, A. Drury, H.J. Byrne, D.L. Carroll, and W.J. Blau, J. Phys. Chem. B 106 [9] 2210-2216 (2002).

"A Simple a priori Determination of Optical Transmission Gaps in Photonic Crystals of Weak Symmetry," J. Ballato, J. DiMaio, E. Gulliver, D.G. Han, R.E. Riman, and D.L. Carroll, Optical Materials 20,51-55 (2002).

"Luminescence Anisotropy of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes in Solution," Y. Sun, B. Zhou, K. Henbest, K. Fu, W. Huang, Y. Lin, S. Taylor, and D.L. Carroll, Chemical Physics Letters 351 [5,6] 349-353 (2002).

"Raman Characterization of Boron Doped Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes," J. Maultzsch, S. Reich, C. Thomsen, S. Webster, R. Czerw, D.L. Carroll, S.M.C. Vieira, P.R. Birkett, and C.A. Rego, Applied Physics Letters 81 [14] 2647-2650 (2002).

"Electrical Properties of SrBi2Ta2O9 Ferroelectric Thin Films at Low Temperature," P. Yang, J. Ballato, and D.L. Carroll, Applied Physics Letters 81 [24] 4583-4586 (2002).

"Synthesis and Characterization of Truncated Triangular Silver Nanoplates," S. Chen, D.L. Carroll, Nanoletters 2 [9] 1003-1007 (2002).

"N-Doping and Coalescence of Carbon Nanotubes: Synthesis and Electronic Properties," M. Terrones, P.M. Ajayan, F. Banhart, X. Blase, D.L. Carroll, J.C. Charlier, R. Czerw, B. Foley, N. Grobert, R. Kamalakaran, Ph. Kohler-Redlich, M. Rühle, T. Seeger, H. Terrones, Applied Physics A 74 [3] 355-361 (2002).

"Microscopy Studies of Nanotube - Conjugated Polymer Interactions," B. McCarthy, J. Coleman, R. Czerw, A. Dalton, D.L. Carroll, and W. Blau, Synthetic Metals 121, 1225 (2001).

"Organization of Polymers onto Carbon Nanotubes: a Route to Nano-Scale Assembly," Richard Czerw, Zhixin Guo, Pulickel M. Ajayan, Ya-Ping Sun, and David L. Carroll, Nanoletters 1 [8] 423-427 (2001).

"Complex Nano-assemblies of Polymers and Carbon Nanotubes,"B. McCarthy, J.N. Coleman, R. Czerw, A.B. Dalton, H.J. Byrne, D. Tekleab, P. Iyer, P.M. Ajayan, W.J. Blau, and D.L. Carroll, Nanotechnology 12, 187-190 (2001).

"Strain-Induced Electronic Property Heterogeneity of a Carbon Nanotube," D. Tekleab, D.L. Carroll, G.G. Samsonidze, and B.I. Yakobson, Phys. Rev. B 64, 035419 (2001).

"Defunctionalization of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes," K. Fu, W. Huang, Y. Lin, A. Riddle, D.L. Carroll, and Y.-P. Sun, Nanoletters 1 [8] 439-441 (2001).

"Carbon Nanotubes as Optical Limiters," J.E. Riggs, D.B. Walker, D.L. Carroll, Y.-P. Sun, in Fullerenes, published in Recent Advances in the Chemistry and Physics of Fullerenes and Related Materials 8; K.M. Kadish, P.V. Kamat, D.M. Guldi, Eds., The Electrochemical Society, Inc. (2001).

"First Identification of Electron Donor States in Carbon Nanotubes Using N-Doping," R. Czerw, M. Terrones, J.-C. Charlier, R. Kamalakaran, N. Grobert, H. Terrones, B. Foley, D. Tekleab, P.M. Ajayan, W. Blau, M. Rühle, and D.L. Carroll, Nanoletters 1 [9] 457-460 (2001).

"Electronic Structure of - Dendritic Cr Filled Carbon Nanotubes Measured by STM, F. X. Zha, R. Czerw, D.L. Carroll, Ph. Kohler-Redlich, B. Q. Wei, A. Loiseau, and S. Roth," Phys. Rev. B 63, 165432 (2001).

"Soluble Dendron-Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes: Preparation, Characterization, and Properties," Y.-P. Sun, W. Huang, Y. Lin, K. Fu, A. Kitaygorodskiy, L.A. Riddle, Y.J. Yu, D.L. Carroll, Chemistry of Materials 13 [9], 2864-2869 (2001).

"Organic Light Emitting Diodes Fabricated with Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Dispersed in a Hole Conducting Buffer: The Role of Carbon Nanotubes in a Hole Conducting Polymer," H.S. Woo, R. Czerw, S. Webster, D.L. Carroll, J.W. Park, J.H. Lee, Synthetic Metals 116, 369-372 (2001).

Charnock, Forrest

“Pump-probe Faraday rotation magnetometer using two diode lasers,” Forrest T. Charnock, R. Lopusnik, and T. J. Silva, Review of Scientific Instruments 76, 056105 (2005)

 “Single-qubit operations with the nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond,” T. A. Kennedy, F. T. Charnock, J. S. Colton, J. E. Butler, R. C. Linares, and P. J. Doering, Physica Status Solidi B 233, 416 (2002).

 “A combined optical and microwave approach for performing quantum spin operations on the nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond,” Forrest T. Charnock and T. A. Kennedy, Phys. Rev. B 64, 041201 (2001).

“Coherent Operations on the Spin of the Nitrogen-Vacancy Center in Diamond,” Forrest T. Charnock and Thomas A. Kennedy, 2001 edition of NRL Review.

“High-Quality Manganese-Doped ZnSe Nanocrystals,” D. J. Norris, Nan Yao, F. T. Charnock, and T. A. Kennedy, Nano Letters 1, 3 (2001).

“Observation of optically stimulated reorientation of dipolar defects in Pr 3+ doped strontium fluoride,” Forrest Charnock, G. Eric Matthews, Brian Pieslak, and R. T. Williams, Phys. Rev. B. 59, 14253 (1999).

“Dielectric and Electron Paramagnetic Double Resonance,” F. Charnock, H. Shields, and G. E. Matthews, in Proceedings of the 13 th International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, (Trans Tech Publications Ltd., Switzerland, 1997), p. 353.

“Relaxation modes of Fluoride interstitials in gadolinium-doped SrF 2,” Forrest Charnock, Alan Tackett, H. Shields, and G. Eric Matthews, Jr., Phys. Rev. B 51, 1 (1995).

Gregory B. Cook

“Inspiral, Merger, and Ring-down of Equal-mass Black-hole Binaries,” Alessandra Buonanno, Gregory B. Cook, and Frans Pretorius, Phys. Rev. D (2007) in press.

“Circular Orbits and Spin in Black-hole Initial Data,” Matthew Caudill, Gregory B. Cook, Jason D. Grigsby, and Harald Pfeiffer, Phys. Rev. D 74. 064011 (2006).

“Conformal Thin-sandwich Puncture Initial Data for Boosted Black Hole.” Mark D. Hannam and Gregory B. Cook, Phys. Rev. D 71, pp. 084023/1-12 (2005).

“Excision Boundary Conditions for Black-hole Initial Data,” Gregory B. Cook and Harald P. Pfeiffer, Phys. Rev. D 70, pp. 104016/1-24 (2004).

“Can a Combination of the Conformal Thin-sandwich and Puncture Methods Yield Binary Black Hole Solutions in Quasiequilibrium?” Gregory B. Cook, Mark D. Hannam, Charles E. Evans, and Thomas W. Baumgarte, Phys. Rev. D 68, pp. 064003 (2003).

"Comparing initial-data sets for binary black holes", Harald P. Pfeiffer, Gregory B. Cook, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 66, pp. 024047 (2002).

"Corotating and Irrotational Binary Black Holes in Quasi-circular Orbit," Gregory B. Cook, Phys. Rev. D65, 084003 (2002).

"Black Hole Evolution by Spectral Methods," Gregory B. Cook, Lawrence E. Kidder, Mark A. Scheel, and Eric D. Carlson, Phys. Rev. D62, 084032 (2000).

"Quasi-circular Orbits for spinning Binary Black Holes," Gregory B. Cook, H. P. Pfeiffer, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D62, 104018 (2000).

"Initial Data for Numerical Relativity." Gregory B. Cook, Living Reviews in Relativity 3 (2000).

"Roles of Hyperons in Neutron Stars," Shmuel Balberg, Itamar Lichtenstadt, and Gregory B. Cook, , Ap. J. Supp. 121, pp. 515--532 (1999).

"Numerical Relativity: Challenges for Computational Science,'' Gregory B. Cook and Saul A. Teukolsky , Acta Numerica 8 (1999).

"General Relativistic Models of Binary Neutron Stars in Quasiequilibrium,'' Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Mark A. Scheel, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 57, 7299-7311 (1998).

"Gravitational Wave Extraction and Outer Boundary Conditions by Perturbative Matching,'' The Binary Black Hole Grand Challenge Alliance: Andrew M. Abrahams et al., Phys. Rev. Letters 80, pp. 1812--1815 (1998).

"Boosted Three-dimensional Black-hole Evolutions with Singularity Excision,'' The Binary Black Hole Grand Challenge Alliance: Gregory B. Cook, et al., Phys. Rev. Letters 80, pp. 2512--2516 (1998).

"Stable Characteristic Evolution of Generic 3-Dimensional Single-Black-Hole Spacetimes,'' The Binary Black Hole Grand Challenge Alliance: Roberto Gomez, et al., Phys. Rev. Letters 80, pp. 3915--3918 (1998).

"Treating Instabilities in a Hyperbolic Formulation of Einstein's Equations,'' Mark A. Scheel, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 58, pp. 044020/1--12 (1998).

"Effects of Rapid Stellar Rotation on Equation of State Constraints Derived from Quasi-Periodic Brightness Oscillations,'' M. Coleman Miller and Frederick K. Lamb and Gregory B. Cook, Ap. J. 509, pp. 793--801 (1998).

"Waveform Propagation in Black Hole Spacetimes: Evaluating the Quality of Numerical Solutions," Luciano Rezzolla, Andrew M. Abrahams, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Mark A. Scheel, Saul L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 57, pp. 1084--1091 (1998).

"The Stability of Relativistic Neutron Stars in Binary Orbit,'' Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Mark A. Scheel, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 57, pp. 6181--6184 (1998).

"Well-behaved Harmonic Time Slices of a Charged, Rotating, Boosted Black Hole,'' Gregory B. Cook and Mark A. Scheel, Phys. Rev. D 56, pp. 4775--4781 (1997).

"Binary Neutron Stars in General Relativity: Quasiequilibrium Models,'' Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Mark A. Scheel, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. Letters, 79, pp. 1182--1185 (1997).

"Numerical Evolution of Black Holes with a Hyperbolic Formulation of General Relativity,'' Mark A. Scheel, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 56, pp. 6320--6335 (1997).

"Initial Data for Quasi-circular Orbits of Black-Hole Binaries,'' Gregory B. Cook, in Proceedings of the Seventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, edited by R. T. Jantzen, G. M. Keiser, and R. Ruffini (World Scientific, Singapore), pp. 624--625 (1996).

"Testing a Simplified Version of Einstein's Equations for Numerical Relativity,'' Gregory B. Cook, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 53, pp. 5533--5540 (1996).

"Implementing an Apparent-Horizon Finder in Three Dimensions," Thomas W. Baumgarte, Gregory B. Cook, Mark A. Scheel, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Saul A. Teukolsky, Phys. Rev. D 54, pp. 4849--4857 (1996).

Jacquelyn S. Fetrow

“Using molecular dynamics to map interaction networks in an aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase,” M.E. Budiman, M.H. Knaggs, J.S. Fetrow, and R.W. Alexander, Proteins: Struct Funct Bioinform. (2007) in press.

“The shuffle index and evaluation of models of signal transduction pathways,” E.E. Allen, L. Diao, J.S. Fetrow, D.J. John, R.F. Loeser, Jr., and L.B. Poole, Proceedings of the 45th ACM Southeast Regional Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1233341.1233386 p. 250-255 (March 2007).

“Additional limitations of the clustering validation method figure of merit”, A.L. Olex, D.J. John, E.M. Hiltbold, and J.S. Fetrow, Proceedings of the 45th ACM Southeast Regional Conference, Winston-Salem, NC. (March 2007).

“PDBSQL: A Storage Engine for Macromolecular Data,” E.E. Pryor, Jr. and J.S. Fetrow, Proceedings of the 45th ACM Southeast Regional Conference, Winston-Salem, NC. (March 2007).

“Scientific software development is not an oxymoron,” S. M. Baxter, S.W. Day, J.S. Fetrow, S.J. Reisinger, PLoS Comput Biol. 8;2(9):e87 (Sept. 2006).

“Active site profiling to identify protein functional sites in sequences and structures,” (A.D. Baxevanis (chief editor); G.A. Petsko; L.D. Stein; G.D. Stormo; J.R. Yates III (guest editor); D.B. Davison (advisory editor), Current Protocols in Bioinformatic, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Unit 8.10 (June 2006).

“Rose is a Rose is a Rose. Especially if you're a George,” T. P. Creamer and J. S. Fetrow, A perspectives article in Proteins, Struct. Funct. Bioinformatics 63(2), 268-62 (2006 May 1).

“Bioinformatics and Computing Curriculum: A New Model for Interdisciplinary Courses,” J. S. Fetrow and D. J. John, SIGSCE Bulletin 38, 185-190, Houston, TX. (2006).

“Re-constructing Networks using Co-temporal Functions,” E. E. Allen, A. Pecorella, J. S. Fetrow, D. J. John, and W. Turkett, Annual Association for Computing Machinery Southeast Conference. (2006) In press.

“Mutations in α-helical Solvent Exposed Sites of Eglin C have Long-range Effects: Evidence from Molecular Dynamics Simulations,” J. S. Fetrow, S. T. Knutson, and M. H. Edgell, Proteins: Struct Funct Bioinform. (9 Dec. 2005) [Epub ahead of print].

“Chemical and Structural Diversity in Cyclooxygenase Protein Active Sites,” R. G. Huff, E. Bayram, H. Tan, S. T. Knutson, M. H. Knaggs, A. B. Richon, P. Santago II, and J. S. Fetrow, Chemistry and Biodiversity 2, 1533-1552 (2005).

“Algebraic Dependency Models of Protein Signal Transduction Networks from Time-series Data,” E. E. Allen, J. S. Fetrow, L. W. Daniel, S. J. Thomas, and D. J. John, J. Theor. Biol. 21:238(2), (Jan. 2006), 317-30. Epub (5 July 2005).

“Heuristic Dependency Conjectures in Proteomic Signaling Pathways,” E. E. Allen, J. S. Fetrow, D. J. John, and S. J. Thomas, Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Association for Computing Machinery Southeast Conference (Victor A. Clincy, ed.) Kennesaw, Georgia (March 2005) (peer-reviewed).

“Synergistic Computational and Experimental Proteomics Approaches for more Accurate Detection of Active Serine Hydrolases in Yeast,” Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, S. M. Baxter, J. S. Rosenblum, S. T. Knutson, M. R. Nelson, J. S. Montimurro, J. A. Di Gennaro, J. A. Speir, and J. J. Burbaum, J. Mol. Cell Proteomics 3(3), 209-25 (March 2004).

“Structure-based Active Site Profiles for Genome Analysis and Sub-family Classification,” Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, S. A. Cammer, B. T. Hoffman, J. A. Speir, M. Canady, M. R. Nelson, S. T. Knutson, M. Gallina, and S. M. Baxter, J. Mol. Biol. 334(3), 387-401 (November 28, 2003).

“Prediction of Deleterious nsSNPs Using a Library of Structure-based Function Descriptors,” Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, S. Herrgard, S. A. Cammer, J. A. Speir, B. T. Hoffman, S. Knutson, M. Gallina, S. M. Baxter, Proteins Struct. Funct. Gen. 53(4), 806-16 (2003 Dec 1).

“1H, 13C, and 15N Resonance Assignments and Secondary Structure for the Human Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase, PRL-2,” Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, H. Zhou, M. Gallina, H. Mao, S. F. Betz, and P. J. Domaille, J. Biomol. NMR. 27(4), 397-398 (2003).

Book chapter:

“The Importance of Structure-based Function Annotation to Drug Discovery,” Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, S. Baxter, and S. Knutson, D. I. Chasman Ed., Dekker Publishing. Protein Structure Determination, Analysis and Modeling for Drug Discovery, p. 369-387 (2003).

Patent allowed:

(Inventors: J. Skolnick and J. F. Fetrow) “Methods and Systems for Predicting Protein Function.” (issued 10/7/03): US99/11913. US Patent #6,631,332.

"Functional Analysis of Protein Structure," J. Fetrow, Current Protocols in Bioinformatics (2003).

"The Protein Folding Problem, a Biophysical Enigma," J. Fetrow, D. A. Giammona, A. Kolinski, A. Skolnick, Curr Pharma Biotech (2002).

"The Importance of Structure-based Function Annotation to Drug Discovery," S. Baxter, S. Knutson, and J. Fetrow, Protein Structure Determination, Analysis and Modeling for Drug Discovery, Dekker Publishing (2002).

"Function First: A Powerful Approach to Post-genomic Drug Discovery," S. Betz, S. Baxter, J. Fetrow, Drug Discov Today 7(16):865-871 (2002).

"Sequence- and Structure-based Protein Function Prediction from Genomic Information." S. M. Baxter, J. S. Fetrow, Curr Opin Drug Discov Devel. 4(3):291-295 (May 2001).

Martin Guthold

“A Combined Atomic Force/Fluorescence Microscopy Technique to Select Aptamers in a Single Cycle from a Small Pool of Random Oligonucleotides,” M. Guthold, L. Peng, B.J. Stephens, K. Bonin, and R. Cubicciotti, Microscopy Research and Technique 70, 373-381 (2007).

“An Easy and Direct Method for Calibrating AF Lateral Force Measurements,” M. Guthold, W. Liu and K. Bonin, Review of Scientific Instruments (June 2007).

“Fibrin Fibers have Extraordinary Extensibility and Elasticity,” W. Liu, L.M. Jawerth, E.A. Sparks, M.R. Falvo, R. R. Hantgan, R. Superfine, S.T. Lord, and M. Guthold, Science 313, 634 (2006).

“In-situ Quantitative Analysis of Tumor Suppressor Protein (hDmp1) Using a Nanomechanical Cantilever Beam,” A. K. Mallakin, V. M. Inoue, and M. Guthold, Vib. Aco. Bio-mech. Sys / IDETC/CIE, Vol. 1, 2599-2606 (2005).

“Visualization and Mechanical Manipulations of Individual Fibrin Fibers Suggest that Fiber Cross-Section has Fractal Dimension 1.3,” M. Guthold, W. Liu, B. J. Stephens, S. T. Lord, R. R. Hantgan, D. A. Erie, R. M. Taylor, and R. Superfine, Biophys. J. 87, 4226-36 (2004).

“Visualization and Natural Control Systems for Microscopy,” Martin Guthold, R. M. Taylor II, D. Borland, F. P. Brooks, Jr., M. Falvo, T. Hudson, K. Jeffay, G. Jones, D. Marshburn, S. J. Papadakis, L.-C. Qin, A. Seeger, F. D. Smith, D. H. Sonnenwald, R. Superfine , S. Washburn, C. Weigle, M. C. Whitton, P. Williams, L. Vicci and W. Robinett, Visualization Handbook, C. J. a. C. Hansen (2003).

Article:

“Single DNA Molecule Analysis of Transcription Complexes,” Martin Guthold and C. Rivetti, Method. Enzymol. 371, 34-50 (2003).

" DNA-functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes," C. Dwyer, M. Guthold, M. Falvo, S. Washburn, R. Superfine, D. Erie, Nanotechnology 13, 601-604 (2002).

"Novel Methodology to Detect, Isolate, Amplify and Characterize Single Aptamer Molecules with Desirable Target-binding Properties," Martin M. Guthold, R. Cubicciott, R. Superfine, and R. Taylor, Biophys. J. 82 (1), 797 Part 2 (Abstract) (2002).

"The Rules are Changing: Force Measurements on Single Molecules and How They Relate to Bulk Kinetics," M. Guthold, R. Superfine, R. Taylor, Biomedical microdevices, bioMEMs and biomedical nanotechnology, Vol 3, p. 9-18 (eds. S. Lee, J. Baker, and M. Zhang) (2001).

"Single Molecule Studies Reveal a Complex E. Coli RNA Polymerase," M. Guthold, and D. Erie, ChemBioChem 2,167-170 (2001).

"Controlled Manipulation of Molecular Samples with the nanoManipulator," M. Guthold, M. R. Falvo, W. G. Matthews, S. Paulson, S. Washburn, D. Erie, R. Superfine, F. P. Brooks, and R. M. Taylor, r. IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics. 5, 189-198 (2000).

"DNA Wrapping in E. Coli RNA Polymerase Open Promoter Complexes Revealed by Scanning Force Microscopy," C. Rivetti, M. Guthold, and C. Bustamante, In Protein-DNA interactions: A Practical Approach (Travers, A. & Buckle, M., eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford (2000).

"Investigation and Modification of Molecular Structures Using the NanoManipulator," M. Guthold, M. Falvo, W. G. Matthews, S. Paulson, J. Mullin, S. Lord, D. Erie, S. Washburn, R. Superfine, F. P. Brooks, and R. M. Taylor, J Mol. Graphics Mod. 17,187-197 (1999).

"Quantitative Manipulation of DNA and Viruses with the nanoManipulator Scanning Force Microscope," M. Guthold, G. Matthews, A. Negishi, R. M. Taylor, D. Erie, F. P. Brooks, and R. Superfine, Surf. Interf. Analys. 27, 437-443 (1999).

"Direct Obersavation of One-dimensional Diffusion and Transcription by Escherichia Coli RNA Polymerase," M. Guthold, X. Zhu, C. Rivetti, G. Yang, N. H.Thomson, S. Kasas, H. G. Hansma, B. Smith, P. K. Hansma, and C. Bustamante, Biophys. J., 77, 2284-2294 (1999).

"Facilitated Target Location on DNA by Individual Escherichia Coli RNA Polymerase Molecules Observed with the Scanning Force Microscope Operating in Liquid," C. Bustamante, M. Guthold, X. Zhu, and G. Yang, J. Biol. Chem. 274, 16665-16668 (1999).

"Wrapping of DNA Around the E. Coli RNA Polymerase Open Promoter Complex," C. Rivetti, M. Guthold, and C. Bustamante, EMBO J. 18, 4464-4475 (1999).

"Transcriptional Activation via DNA-looping: Visualization of Intermediates in the Activation Pathway of E.Coli RNA Polymerase-s54 Holoenzyme by Scanning Force Microscopy," K. Rippe, M. Guthold, P. H. v. Hippel, and C. Bustamante, J. Mol. Biol. 270, 125-138 (1997).

"Escherichia Coli RNA Polymerase Activity Observed Using Atomic Force Microscopy," S. Kasas, N. H. Thomson, B. L. Smith, H. G. Hansma, X. Zhu, M. Guthold, M., C. Bustamante, E. T. Kool, M. Kashlev, and P. K. Hansma, Biochemistry 36(3), 461-468 (1997).

"Scanning Force Microscopy of DNA Deposited on Mica: Equilibration Versus Kinetic Trapping Studied by Polymer Chain Analysis," C. Rivetti, M. Guthold, and C. Bustamante, J. Mol. Biol. 264, 919-932 (1996).

George Holzwarth

"Speckled microtubules improve tracking in motor-protein gliding assays," Ernest N. Chisena, R. Andrew Wall, Jed C. Macosko, and George Holzwarth, Physical Biology 4, 10-15 (2007).

“Fast Vesicle Transport in PC12 Neurites: Velocities and Forces,” G. Holzwarth, D. B. Hill, M. J. Plaza, and Keith D. Bonin, European Biophysics Journal, DOI: 10.1007/s00249-004-0403-6 (online first) (June 2004).

"Forces Required of Kinesin during Processive Transport through Cytoplasm," G. Holzwarth, Keith Bonin, and David B. Hill, Biophysical Journal 82, 1784-1790 (2002).

"Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy Gets Supercharged," G. Holzwarth and David B. Hill, Biophotonics International, July/August (2001).

"Polarization-modulated Differential-interference Contrast Microscopy with a Variable Retarder." G. Holzwarth, David B. Hill, and Ethan B. McLaughlin, Applied Optics 39, 6288-6294 (2000).

"Improving DIC Microscopy with Polarization Modulation," George M. Holzwarth, S. C. Webb, D. J. Kubinski, and N. S. Allen, Journal of Microscopy 17: 249-254 (1997).

"Real-time Velocity of DNA Bands during Field-inversion Gel Electrophoresis." George Holzwarth, Chandran R. Sabanayagam, Electrophoresis 17: 1587-1589 (1996).

"Channel Thickness Variations could Degrade Resolution in Electrophoresis," George Holzwarth, Electrophoresis 17: 1587-1589 (1996).

Natalie A.W. Holzwarth

“A Method for Calculating Electronic Structures near Surfaces of Semi-infinite Crystals,” Yonas Abraham and N. A. W. Holzwarth, Phys. Rev. B 73 , 035412 (2006).

“Electronic Structures of FePO4, LiFePO4, and Related Materials,” Natalie Holzwarth and Ping Tang, Physical Review B 68, 165107 (2003).

"The Electronic Structure of Oxygen Related Defects in PbWO4 and CaMoO4 Crystals," Natalie Holzwarth, Physical Review B64, 245109 (2001).

"A Projector Augmented Wave (PAW) Code for Electronic Structure Calculations, Part I: Atompaw for Generating Atom-centered Functions," N.A.W. Holzwarth, A. R. Tackett, and G. E. Matthews, Computer Physics Communications 135/3, 329-347 (2001).

"A Projector Augmented Wave (PAW) Code for Electronic Structure Calculations, Part II: Pwpaw for Periodic Solids in a Plane Wave Basis," N.A.W. Holzwarth, A. R. Tackett, and G. E. Matthews, Computer Physics Communications 135/3, 348-376 (2001).

"Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of CdMo04 and CdW04," Y. Abraham, N.A.W. Holzwarth, and R. T. Williams, Physical Review B (2000).

"Electronic Band Structure and Spectroscopy of PbWO4," N.A.W. Holzwarth, Y. C. Zhang, R. T. Williams, and M. Nikl, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter EXCON'98, The Electrochemical Society, Inc., proceedings volume 98-25:420-425 (1998).

"Orthogonal Projectors for the Projector Augmented Wave Method of Electronic Structure Calculations," N.A.W. Holzwarth, G. E. Matthews, A. R. Tackett, and R. B. Dunning, Physical Review B57: 11827 (1998).

"Electronic Band Structures of the Scheelite Materials CaMoO4, CaWO4, PbMoO4, and PbWO4," N.A.W. Holzwarth, Y. Zhang, and R. T. Williams, Phys. Rev. B57:12738 (1998).

"Comparison of the Projector Augmented-wave, Pseudopotential, and Linearized Augmented-plane-wave Formalisms for Density-functional Calculations of Solids," N.A.W. Holzwarth, G. E. Matthews, R. B. Dunning, A. R. Tackett, and Y. Zeng, Physical Review B55: 2005 (1997).

"Toward Ab Initio Modeling of Defects in Insulating Material," G. E. Matthews, A. Tackett, R. Dunning, Y. Zeng, and N.A.W. Holzwarth, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, Winston-Salem, NC (15-19 July 1996), (Trans Tech Publications, 1997).

William C. Kerr

“Phase-Space Dynamics of Semiclassical Spin-½ Bloch Electron,” W. C. Kerr, M. J. Rave, and L. A. Turski, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 94 (12 May 2005).

“Berry’s Phase for an Elecrton in a Period Potential without Inversion Symmetry” M. J. Rave and W. C. Kerr, European Journal of Physics B (to be published in summer of 2005).

“Nucleation Rate of Critical Droplets on an Elastic String in a ?6 Potential” W. C. Kerr and A. J. Graham, Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 70, 066103 (2 December 2004).

"Solution of Kramers' Problem for a Moderately to Heavily Damped Elastic String," W. C. Kerr and A. J. Graham, Physical Review E65, 016106-1-016106-4 (2001).

"Generalized Phase Space Version of Langevin Equations and Associated Fokker-Planck Equations," W. C. Kerr and A. J. Graham, The European Physical Journal B, 15: 305-311 (2000).

"Just-In-Time Teaching for Introductory Physics", in Teaching with Technology, edited by D. G. Brown. W. C. Kerr, D. B. Kim-Shapiro, C. W. Yip, and T. Concannon, Anker Publishing Co., Boston, 51-54 (2000).

"Role of Elastic Compatibility in Martensitic Texture Evolution," W. C. Kerr, M. G. Killough, A. Saxena, P. J. Swart, and A. R. Bishop, Phase Transitions, V.69: 247-270 (1999).

"Temperature and Domain Size Dependence of Sickle Cell Hemoglobin Polymer Melting in High Concentration Phosphate Buffer," J. G. Louderback, S.Kh. Aroutiounian, W. C. Kerr, S. K. Ballas, and D. B. Kim-Shapiro, Biophy. Chem. 80: 21-30 (1999).

"Self-Consistent Mean-Field Theory of Asymmetric First-Order Structural Phase Transition," Williams C. Kerr and E. N. Butler, Physical Review B54: 3184-3199 (1 August 1996).

Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro

“Concerted Nitric Oxide Formation and Release from the Simultaneous Reactions of Nitrite with deoxy- and oxy-hemoglobin,” Rozalina Grubina, Zhi Huang, Sruti Shiva, Mahesh S. Joshi, Ivan Azarov, Swati Basu,4, Lorna A. Ringwood, Alice Jiang, Neil Hogg, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, and Mark T. Gladwin, J. Biol. Chem., (in press, 2007) [expected before June 2007].

“Nitric Oxide Red Blood Cell Membrane Permeability at high and low Oxygen Tension,” Kris T. Huang, Zhi Huang, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry 16 209-216 (2007).

“Response: SNO-hemoglobin Hypothesis,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Blood 108, 3226-3227 (2006).

”Computation of Plasma Hemoglobin Nitric Oxide Scavenging in Hemolytic Anemias,” Anne Jeffers, Mark T. Gladwin, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Free Rad. Biol. Med. 41, 1557-1565 (2006).

“Nitrite as a Vascular Endocrine Nitric Oxide Reservoir that Contributes to Hypoxic Signaling, Cytoprotection and Vasodilation,” Mark T. Gladwin, Harold Raat, Sruti Shiva, Cameron Dezfulian, Neil Hogg, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, and Rakesh P. Patel, Amer. J. Physiol: Heart and Circ. Physiol. 291, 2026-2035 (2006).

“Rat Liver Mediated Metabolism of Hydroxyurea to Nitric Oxide,” Jinming Huang, Manudu Yakubu, David B. Kim-Shapiro, and S. Bruce King, Free Rad. Biol. Med. 40, 1675-1681 (2006).

 “Unraveling the Reactions of Nitric Oxide, Nitrite and Hemoglobin in Physiology and Therapeutics,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Alan N. Schechter, and Mark T. Gladwin, A rteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biol. 26, 697-705 (2006).

“Lack of Allosterically Controlled Intramolecular Transfer of Nitric Oxide from the Heme to Cysteine in the Beta Subunit of Hemoglobin,” Kris T. Huang, Ivan Azarov, Swati Basu, Jinming Huang, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Blood 107, 2602-2604 (2006).

“The Emerging Biology of the Nitrite Anion,” Mark T. Gladwin, Alan N. Schechter, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Rakesh Patel, Neil Hogg, Sruti Shiva, Richard O. Cannon, Malte Kelm, David Wink, Michael Graham Espey, Edward Oldfield, Ryszard M. Pluta, Bruce Freeman, Jack Lancaster, Martin Feelisch, and Jon O. Lundberg, Nature Chemical Biology 1, 308-314 (2005).

“Nitric Oxide Scavenging by Red Blood Cells as a Function of Hematocrit and Oxygenation,” Ivan Azarov, Kris T. Huang, Swati Basu, Mark T. Gladwin, Neil Hogg and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, J. Biol. Chem 280, 39024-39032 (2005).

“The Reaction between Nitrite and Deoxyhemoglobin: Reassessment of the Reaction Kinetics and Stochiometry,” Kris T. Huang, Agnes Keszler, Neil Patel, Rakesh P. Patel, Mark T. Gladwin, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, and Neil Hogg, J. Biol. Chem. 280,31126-31131 (2005).

“Hemoglobin Mediated Nitrite Activation of Soluble Guanylyl Cyclase,” Anne Jeffers, Xiuli Xu, Kris Huang, Man Cho, Neil Hogg, Rakesh P. Patel, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part A 142, 130-135 (2005).

“Enzymatic Nitrite Reductase Activity of Hemoglobin Generates NO under Allosteric Control,” Zhi Huang, Sruti Shiva, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Rakesh P. Patel, Lorna A. Ringwood, Cythia E. Irby, Kris T. Huang, Chien Ho, Alan N. Schechter, Neil Hogg, and Mark T. Gladwin, J. Clin. Invest, 115, 2099-2107 (2005).

“Rates of Nitric Oxide Dissociation from Hemoglobin,” Fouad Azizi, Jerrold E. Kielbasa, Adedoyin M. Adeyiga, Rachel D. Maree, Matthew Frazier, Mamudu Yakubu, Howard Shields, S. Bruce King, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Free Rad. Biol. Med. 39, 145-151 (2005).

Referred Journal Articles:

“The Reaction Between Nitrite and Hemoglobin: The Role of Nitrite in Hemoglobin-mediated Hypoxic Vasodilation,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Mark T. Gladwin, Rakesh P. Patel, and Neil Hogg, J. Inorg. Biochem. 99 237-246 (2005).

“Aggregation of Normal and Sickle Hemoglobin in High Concentration Phosphate Buffer,” Kejing Chen, Samir K. Ballas, Roy R. Hantgan, and Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Biophys. J. 84, 4113-4121 (2004).

“How do Red Blood Cells Dilate Blood Vessels?—Reply,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Rakesh P. Patel, Alan N. Schechter, Mark T. Gladwin, Richard O. Cannon, and Neil Hogg, Circ. Res. 95, e10 (2004).

“Inhaled Nebulized Nitrite is a Hypoxia-sensitive NO-dependent Selective Pulmonary Vasodilator,” Christian J. Hunter, André Dejam, Arlin B. Blood, Howard Shields, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Roberto F. Machado, Selamawit Tarekegn, Neda Mulla, Andrew O. Hopper, Alan N. Schechter, Gordon G. Power, and Mark T. Gladwin, Nat. Med., 10, 1122-1127 (2004).

“Iron Nitrosyl Hemoglobin Formation from the Reaction of Hydroxylamine and Hemoglobin under Physiological Conditions,” Virginia L Lockamy, Howard Shields, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, and S. Bruce King, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1674, 260-267 (2004).

“Catalase-Mediated Nitric Oxide Formation from Hydroxyurea,” Jinming Huang, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, and S. Bruce King, J. Med. Chem., 47, 3495-3501 (2004).

“Hemoglobin-nitric Oxide Cooperativity: Is NO the Third Respiratory Ligand?” Free Rad. Biol. Med. 36, 402-412 (2004).

“Nitrite Reduction to Nitric Oxide by Deoxyhemoglobin Vasodilates the Human Circulation,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Kenyatta Cosby, Kristine S. Partovi, Jack H. Crawford, Rakesh P. Patel, Christopher D.Reiter, Sabrina Martyr, Benjamin K. Yang, Myron A. Waclawiw, Gloria Zalos, Xiuli Xu, Kris T. Huang, Howard Shields, Alan N. Schechter, Richard O. Cannon III, and Mark T. Gladwin, Nat. Med. 9, 1498-1505 (2003).

“Measurements of Nitric Oxide on the Heme Iron and ?-93 Thiol of Human Hemoglobin During Cycles of Oxygenation and Deoxygenation,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Xiuli Xu, Man Cho, Netanya Y. Spencer, Neil Patel, Zhi Huang, Howard Shields, S. Bruce King, Mark T. Gladwin, and Neil Hogg, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100, 11303-11308 (2003).

“Hydroxyurea Analogs as Kinetic and mechanistic Probes of the Nitric Oxide Producing Reactions of Hydroxyurea and Oxyhemoglobin,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Jinming Huang, Zhou Zou, Samir K. Ballas, and S. Bruce King, J. Med. Chem. 46, 3748-3753 (2003).

“Urease Enhances the Formation of Iron Nitrosyl Hemogolobin in the Presence of Hydroxyurea,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Virginia L. Lockamy, Jinming Huang, Howard Shields, Samir K. Ballas, and S. Bruce King, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1622, 109-116 (2003).

“Kinetics of Increased Deformability of Deoxygenated Sickle Cells upon Oxygenation,” Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Zhi Huang, Leigh Hearne, Cynthia E. Irby, S. Bruce King, and Samir K. Ballas, Biophys. J. 85 (2003).

"Kinetics of Nitric Oxide Binding to R-state Hemoglobin," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, J. Zhi Huang, K. B. Ucer, Timothy Murphy, Richard T. Williams, and S. Bruce King, Biophys. Biochem. Res. Comm. 292, 812-818 (2002).

"Horse Radish Peroxidase Catalyzed by Nitric Oxide Formation from Hydroxyurea," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, E. M. Sommers, J. Huang, and S. Bruce King, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 124, 3473-3480 (2002).

"Iron Nitrosyl Hemoglobin Formation from the Reactions of Hemoglobin and Hydroxyurea," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, J. Huang, S. B. Hadimani, J. W. Rupon, S. K. Ballas, and S. B. King, Biochemistry 41, 2466-2474 (2002).

"Nitric Oxide Binding to Hemoglobin in Oxygenated Blood," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Z. Huang, J. G. Louderback, F. Azizi, M. Goyal, and S. Bruce King, Biophy. Biochem. Acta. 1568 (3), 252-260 (2001).

"Hydroxyurea Reduces the Deformability of Sickle Red Blood Cells in Vitro," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, J. Z. Huang, J. G. Louderback, S. B. King, and S. K. Ballas, Am. J. Hematology 67, 151-156 (2001).

"Evidence for Carbon Monoxide Binding to Sickle Cell during Melting," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, S. Kh. Aroutiounian, J. G. Louderback, and S. K. Ballas, Biophys. Chem. 91, 167-181 (2001).

"Near-Ultraviolet Magnetic Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy of Protein Conformational States: Correlation of Tryptophan Band Position and Intensity with Hemoglobin Allostery," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, D. J. Vitale, R. A. Goldbeck, R. M. Esquerra, L. J. Parkhurst, and D.S. Kliger, Biochemistry 39, 7145-7152 (2000).

"Experiences Using Just-In-Time Teaching," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, C. W. Yip, W. C. Kerr, and T. Concannon, in Teaching with Technology, edited by D. G. Brown. Anker Publishing Co., Boston, 51-54 (2000).

"The Reactions of Myoglobin, Normal Adult Hemoglobin, Sickle Cell Hemoglobin and Hemin with Hydroxyurea," Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, J. W. Rupon, S. R. Domingo, S. V. Smith, B. K. Gummadi, H. Shields, S. K. Ballas, and S. B. King, Biophys. Chem. 84, 1-11 (2000).

"Temperature and Domain Size Dependence of Sickle Cell Hemoglobin Polymer Melting in High Concentration Phosphate Buffer," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, J. G. Louderback, S. Kh. Aroutiounian, W. C. Kerr, and S. K. Ballas, Biophys. Chem. 80, 21-30 (1999).

"The Reaction of Deoxy-Dickle Cell Hemoglobin with Hydroxyurea," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, S. B. King, H. Shields, C. P. Kolibash, W. Lyle Gravatt, and S. K. Ballas, Biochem. Biophys. Acta. 1428, 381-387 (1999).

""Sickle Hemoglobin Polymer Melting in High Concentration Phosphate Buffer," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, J. G. Louderback, and S. K. Ballas, Biophys. 76, 2216-2222 (1999).

"Spectroscopic Evidence for Nanosecond Protein Relaxation after Photodissociation of Myoglobin-CO," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, R. M. Esquerra, R. A. Goldbeck, and D. S. Kliger, Biochemistry-US 37L50), 17527-17536 (1998).

"Fast Time-Resolved Magnetic Optical Rotary Dispersion Measurements. 2. Confirmation of Mueller Analysis Application to Myoglobin Ligand Photolysis," J. Phys. Chem. 102, 8740-8748 (1998).

"Nitrosylation of Sickle Cell Hemoglobin by Hydroxyureas," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, Y. Xu, C. D. Mull, C. L. Bonifant, G. Yasaki, E. C. Palmer, H. Shields, S. K. Dallas, and S. B. King, J. Org. Chem. 63, 6452-6453 (1998).

"Time-resolved Absorption Study of the Reaction of Hydroxyurea with Sickle Cell Hemoglobin," Biochem. Biophys. Acta., 1380, 64-74 (1998).

"Evidence for Heme-Heme Coupling in the Soret Circular Dichroism of Hemoglobin," Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 235, 610-614 (1997).

"Fast Natural and Magnetic Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, R. A. Goldbeck, and D. S. Kliger, Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. 48, 453-79 (1997).

"Poliarized Light Scattering from Sickle Cell Hemoglobin Polymers," Daniel Kim-Shapiro and P. G. Hull, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 1625-1630 (1997).

"Mechanism of Slow Religation to Sickle Cell Polymers Following Ligand Photolysis," Daniel Kim-Shapiro, R. M. Esquerra, R. A. Goldbeck, Samir K. Ballas, N. Mohandas, and D. S. Kliger, Physical Review B54, 3184-3199 (1996).

Jed Macosko

“Speckled Microtubules Improve Tracking in Motor-protein Gliding Assays,” E.N. Chisena, R.A. Wall, J.C. Macosko, and G. Holzwarth, Physical Biology 4(1),10-5 (Feb. 8, 2007).

“Stepping Statistics of Single HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Molecules during DNA Polymerization,” T. P. Ortiz, J. A. Marshall, L. A. Meyer, R. W. Davis, J. C. Macosko, J. Hatch, D. J. Keller, and J. A. Brozik, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 16127 – 16131 (2005).

“Closing of the Fingers Domain Generates Motor Forces in the HIV Reverse Transcriptast,” H. Lu, J. Macosko, D. Habel-Rodriguez, R. W. Keller, J. A. Brozik, and D. J. Keller, J. Biol. Chem. 24;279(52), 54529-32 dio:10.1074/jbc.M407193200, (Dec. 2004).

“Molecular Machines”, ISCID Encyclopedia of Science and Philosophy (July 2004).

"Huntingtin Spheroids and Protofibrils as Precursors in Polyglutamine Fibrilization," M. A. Poirier, H. Li, J. C. Macosko, S. Cai, M. Amzel, and C. A. Ross, J. Biol. Chem., 277(43), 41032-41037 (2002).

"The 1-127 HA2 Construct of Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin Induces Cell-cell Hemifusion," E. Leikina, D. L. LeDuc, J. C. Macosko, R. Epand, R. Epand, Y. K. Shin, L. V. Chernomordik, Biochemistry 28(40), 8378-8386 (2001).

G. E. Matthews

“Accelerating Self Consistent Field Convergence by Rubber Sheeting of Initial Electronic Wave Functions,” G. Eric Matthews, N.A.W. Holzwarth, George Martin, Briana Keeling, and Douglas Agopsowicz, Bulletin of the American Physical Society, http://flux.aps.org/meetings/bapsfiles/all_MAR06.pdf,p. 274.

"Electronic Structure of Oxygen-related Defects in PbWO4 and CaMoO4 Crystals," G. E. Matthews, Yonas B. Abraham, N.A.W. Holzwarth, and R. T. Williams, Physical Review B65, 245109(1-10) (2001).

"A Projector Augmented Wave (PAW) Code for Electronic Structure Calculations, part I: Atompaw for Generating Atom-centered Functions," G. E. Matthews, N. A. W. Holzwarth, A. R. Tackett, Computer Physics Communications 135/3, 329-347 (2001).

"A Projector Augmented Wave (PAW) Code for Electronic Structure Calculations, Part II: Pwpaw for Periodic Solids in a Plane Wave Basis," G. E. Matthews, A. R. Tackett, and N. A. W. Holzwarth, Computer Physics Communications 135/3, 348-376 (2001).

"Observation of Optically Stimulated Reorientation of Dipolar Defects in Pr3+-Doped Strontium Fluoride," G. E. Matthews, Forrest Charnock, Brian Pieslak, and R. T. Williams, Phys. Rev. B59 (1999).

"Orthogonal Polynomial Projectors for the Projector Augmented Wave Method of Electronic Structure Calculations," G. E. Matthews, N.A.W. Holzwarth, A. R. Tackett, and R. B. Dunning, Phys. Rev. B57:11827-11830 (1998).

"Chapter 6: Standards and the Role of the Faculty." Electronically Enhanced Education: A Case Study of Wake Forest University, G. E. Matthews, David G. Brown, Editor, Wake Forest University Press, pages 32-36 (1998).

"Comparison of the Projector Augmented-wave, Pseudopotential, and Linearized Augmented-plane-wave Formalisms for Density-functional Calculations of Solids," N.A.W. Holzwarth, G. E. Matthews, R. B. Dunning, A. R. Tackett, and Y. Zeng, Physical Review B55: 2005 (1997).

Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, (edited by G. E. Matthews and R. T. Williams, Winston-Salem, NC (15-19 July 1996), (Trans Tech Publications, 1997).

"Toward Ab Initio Modeling of Defects in Insulating Material," G. E. Matthews, A. Tackett, R. Dunning, Y. Zeng, and N.A.W. Holzwarth, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, Winston-Salem, NC (15-19 July 1996), (Trans Tech Publications, 1997).

"Dielectric and Electron Paramagnetic Double Resonance," G. E. Matthews, F. Charnock and H. Shields, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, Winston-Salem, NC (15-19 July 1996), (Trans Tech Publications, 1997).

Fred R. Salsbury

“Insights into CheY Relaxation and Relaxation Derived from Molecular Dynamics Simulations,” M. H. Knaggs, F.R. Salsbury, M.H. Edgell, and J. S. Fetrow, Biophys. J. (2007).

“The Molecular Mechanism of DNA Damage Recognition by MutS Homologs and its Distinction from Mismatch Binding,” F.R. Salsbury, Jr., J. Clodfelter, M. Gentry, T. Hollis, and K. D. Scarpinato, Nucleic Acids Research 34 (8), 2173-2185 (2006).

“Analysis of Errors in Stil's Equation for Macromolecular Solvation,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr., Molecular Physics 104 (20), 1299-1309 (April 2006).

"An Efficient Hybrid Implicit/Explicit Solvent Method for Biomolecular Simulations that Uses A Generalized Born Reaction Field and Multigrid Enhancements," M.S. Lee, F. R. Salsbury, Jr., and M. A. Olson, J. Comp. Chem, 25: 1967-1978, (2004).

"Mutations in the Nucleotide-binding Domain of MutS Homologs Uncouple Cell Death from Cell Survival," K. Drotschmann, R. P. Topping, J. E. Clodfelter, and F. R. Salsbury, Jr., DNA Repair 3 (7):729-742 (2004).

"Direct Binding of FADD to the TRAIL Receptor DR5 is Regulated by the Death Effector Domain of FADD," L. R. Thomas, A. Henson, J. C. Reed, F. R. Salsbury, Jr., and A. Thorburn, J. Bio. Chem. 279, 31 (2004).

"Constant pH-molecular Dynamics using Continuous Titration Coordinate,” M. S. Lee, F. R. Salsbury, Jr., and C. L. Brooks, III, Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics 56 (4):738-752 (2004).

“New Analytic Approximation to the Standard Molecular Volume Definition and its Application to Generalized Born Calculations,” M. S. Lee, M. Feig, F. R. Salsbury, and C. L. Brooks, Journal of Computational Chemistry 24 (24 August 2003).

“Temperature-dependent Behavior of Protein-chromophore Interactions: A Theoretical Study of a Blue Fluorescent Antibody,” F. R. Salsbury, W. G. Han, L. Noodleman, and C. L. Brooks, Chemphyschem 4, (August 18, 2003).

“New and Novel Generalized Born Methods,” M. S. Lee, F. R. Salsbury, Jr, and C. L. Brooks, III., J. Chem. Phys. 116, 24, 10606-10614 (2002).

“Modeling of the Metallo-beta-lactamase from B. Fragilis: Structural and Dynamic Effects of Inhibitor Binding,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr., M. F. Crowley, and C. L. Brooks, III, Proteins: Structure, Function, and Genetics 44(4) 448-459 (2001).

“A Nonlocal Current Density Functional for Magnetic Responses,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr. and R. A. Harris, J. Chem. Phys. 108(15), 6102-6108 (1998).

“On the Origin of the Magnetic Field Dependent Quadrupolar Splitting,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr. and R. A. Harris, J. Chem.. Phys. 109(19), 8338-8341 (1998).

“The exchange energy in a weak magnetic field, “ R. A. Harris and F. R. Salsbury, Jr., J. Chem. Phys., 109 (7), 2609-2613 (1998).

“Estimation of the Fermi Contact Contribution to the Xenon-Hydrogen and Xenon-Xenon Spin-Spin Coupling Constants,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr. and R. A. Harris, Mol. Phys. 94 (2), 307-312 (1998).

“Hydrogen chemical shieldings: A magnetic field density functional approach,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr. and R. A. Harris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 279 (3,4), 247-251 (1997).

“The current in magnetic field density functional theory and its application to the chemical shielding and the magnetic susceptibility,” F. R. Salsbury, Jr. and R. A. Harris, J. Chem. Phys, 107 (18), 7350-7359 (1997).

Richard T. Williams

“Negative Index of Refraction: Optics and Metamaterials,” J. E. Kielbasa, D. L. Carroll, and Richard T. Williams, Optical Properties of Condensed Matter and Applications, ed. Jai Singh (John Wiley & Sons), pp. 325-354 (2006).

“Proceedings 7 th International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter,” (edited by Michael Schreiber and Burak Ucer), Wiley-VCH, Berlin (2006).

“Synthesis and Optical Properties of ZnO Nanostructures with Different Morphologies,” U. Pal, J. Garcia Serrano, P. Santago, Gang Xiong, and K. B. Ucer, Opt. Mat. 29, 65-69 (2006).

“Temperature-dependent Self-trapped Exciton Relaxation in Alkali Halides: Molecular Dynamics Study,” K.S. Song, Phys. Stat. Sol. (b), 3782-3794 (2006).

“Exciton Luminescence of Boron Nitride Nanotubes and nanoarches,” B. Berzina, L. Trinkler, V. Korsak, R. Krutohvostov, D. L. Carroll, and K. B. Ucer, Phys. Stat. Sol. (b), 3840-3845 (2006).

“An Investigation of Control Mechanisms of the Excitonic Behavior in Reactively Sputtered ZnO on (001) Al 2O 3,” S. Tuzeman, Emre Gur, T. Yildirim, and G. Xiong, Appl. Phys. U100, 103513-1-7 (2006).

“Photoluminescence and FTIR Study of ZnO Nanoparticles: the Impurity and Defect Perspective,” G. Xiong, U. Pal, J. G Serrano, and K. B. Ucer, Phys. Stat. Sol. (c), 3577-3581 (2006).

“Time-of-flight Study of Bound Exciton Polariton Dispersive Propagation in ZnO,” Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, K. B. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17, 7287-7296 (2005).

“Dynamics Induced by Electronic Transitions: Finite-temperature relaxation of self-trapped excitons to defects in NaC,” R. T. Williams and K. S. Song, Surface Science 593, 89-101 (2005).

“Giant Oscillator Strength of Excitons in Bulk and Nanostructured Systems,” Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, K. R. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, Journal of Luminescence 112, 1-6 (2005).

“Donor-acceptor Pair Luninescence of Nitrogen-implanted ZnO Single Crystal,” Gang Xiong, K. B. Ucer, R. T. Williams, J. Lee, D. Bhattacharyya, J. Metson, and P. Evans, Journal of Applied Physics 97, 043528-43532 (2005).

“Formation Time of a Small Electron Polaron in LiNbO3: Measurements and Interpretation,” Yong Qiu, K. B. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, Phys. Stat. Sol. (c) 2, 232-235 (2005).

“The Oscillator Strength of Extended Exciton States and Possibility for very Fast Scintillators,” John Wilkinson, K. B. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 537, 66-70 (2005).

“Picosecond Excitonic Luminescence in ZnO and Other Wide-gap Semiconductors,” John Wilkinson, K. B. Ucer, and R. T. Williams, Radiation Measurements 38, 501-505 (2004).

“Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Polaron Optical Properties in KNbO3 Perovskite,” Richard T. Williams, L. Grigorjeva, D. K. Millers, V. Pankratov, R. I. Eglitis, E. A. Kotomin, and G. Borstel, State Communications 129, 691-696 (2004).

“Luminescence and Stimulated Emission in Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles, Films, and Crystals,” Richard T. Williams, Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, Jacob Lyles, and K. B. Ucer, Radiation Effects & Defects in Solids 158, 83-88 (2003).

“Laser Deposition of ZnO Thin Films on Silicon and Sapphire Substrates,” Richard T. Williams, A. I. Khudobenko, A. N. Zherikhin, J. Wilkinson, K. B. Ucer, G. Xiong, and V. V. Voronov, Quantum Electronics 33, 975-980 (2003).

"Convertibility of conductivity type in reactively sputtered ZnO thin films," with S. Tuzemen, S. Dogan, A. Ates, M. Yildirum, Gang Xiong, and John Wilkinson, phys. stat. sol. (a), 195, 165 (2003).

"Lifetime and oscillator strength of excitonic luminescence in zinc oxide," with John Wilkinson, Gang Xiong, and K. B. Ucer, Nonlinear Optics, 29, 529 (2002).

"Toward a new ultraviolet diode laser: luminescence and p-n junctions in ZnO films," with Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, S. Tuzemen, and K. B. Ucer, SPIE (Society of Photo-Instrumentation Engineers) Proceedings, 4644, 256 (2002).

"Control of p- and n-type Conductivity in Sputter Deposition of Undoped ZnO," Richard T. Williams, Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, Brian Mischuck, S. Tuzemen, and K. B. Ucer, Applied Physics Letters 80, 1195 (2002).

"Transient Absorption of Polarons in KnbO3," Richard T. Williams, Yong Qiu, K. B. Ucer, L. Grigorjeva, D. Millers, and V. Pankratov, Nuclear Instruments & Methods B (2002).

"Kinetics of Nitric Oxide Binding to R-State Hemoglobin," Richard T. Williams, Zhi Huang, K. B. Ucer, T. Murphy, S. Bruce King, and D. B. Km-Shapiro, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 292, 812 (2002).

"Production and Properties of p-n Junctions in Reactively Sputtered ZnO," Richard T. Williams, S. Tuzemen, Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, Brian Mischuck, and K. B. Ucer, Physica B 1197, 308-310 (2001).

"Electronic Structure of Oxygen Related Defects in PbWO4 and CaMoO4 Crystals," Richard T. Williams, Yonas Abraham, N.A.W. Holzwarth, G. Eric Matthews, and Alan Tackett, Physical Review B64, 245109 (2001).

"4-p Confocal Microscope for Multiphoton Optical Sectioning of GaN Film Luminescence," Richard T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, Eifei Liang, and H. Morkoc, World Scientific, 132 (2001).

"Self-trapped Electron and Transient Defect Absorption in Niobate and Tungstate Crystals," Richard T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, Gang Xiong, H. M. Yochum, L. G. Grigorjeva, D. K. Millers, and G. Corradi, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids 153, 1 (2001).

"4-p Confocal Microscope for Multiphoton Optical Sectioning of GaN Film Luminescence," Richard T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, Difei Liang, and H. Morkoc, International Journal of Modern physics B15, 3700 (2001).

"4-p Confocal Microscope for Multiphoton Optical Sectioning of GaN Film Luminescence, " Richard T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, Difei Liang, and H. Morkoc, World Scientific, 132 (2001).

"Femtosecond Laser Pulse Excitation of Electrons and Excitons in CaF2 and SrF2," Richard T. Williams, R. Lindner, M. Reichling, and E. Matthias, J. Phys.: Condensed Matter 13, 2339 (2001).

"Time-dependent Luminescence of Self-trapped Excitions in Alkaline-earth Fluorides Excited by Femtosecond Laser Pulses," Richard T. Williams, R. Lindner, and M. Reichling, Phys. Rev. B 63, 75110 (2001).

"In the First Instants... Ultrafast Views of Radiation Effects," Richard T. Williams, K. B. Ucer, and J. L. LoPresti,. Radiation Measurements (2001).

"Electronic Structure of Pure and Defective PbWO4, CaWO4, and CdWO4," Richard T. Williams, Y. C. Zhang, Y. Abraham, and N. A. W. Holzwarth, Inorganic Scintillators and their Applications, ed. by V. Mikhailin, Moscow State Univ. Press, 118 (2000).

"Picosecond and Nanosecond Time-resolved Study of Luminescence and Absorption of CdWO4 and PbWO4," Richard T. Williams, H. M. Yochum, K. B. Ucer, D. K. Millers, L. G. Grigorjeva, and S. Chernov, Inorganic Scintillators and Their Applications, ed. by V. Mikhailin, Moscow State Univ. Press, 336 (2000).

"Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of CdMoO4 and CdWO4," Richard T. Williams, Y. Abraham, and N. A. W. Holzwarth, Phys. Rev. B 62, 1733 (2000).

"Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of CdMo04 and CdW04," Y. Abraham, N.A.W. Holzwarth, and R. T. Williams, Physical Review B, (2000).

"Short-Pulse Excitation and Spectroscopy of KNb03, LiNb03 and KTi0P04," H. M. Yochum, K. B. Ucer, R. T. Williams, P. A. Sheldon, V. Nagirnyi, V. Denks, L. Grigorjeva, D. Millers, and E. A. Kotomin, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids 150: 271-276 (1999).

Edited volume: "Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter," edited by Richard T. Williams and W. M. Yen, PV 98-25 (The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, N. J., 1999).

"Laser Transfer Deposition," Richard T. Williams, Eben D. Thoma and Jeff C. Wu, US Patent # 5,725,706 (1998).

"Study of GaN films by pulsed laser photoelectron spectroscopy," Richard T. Williams, J. L. LoPresti, S. C. Webb, W. Kim, H. Morkoc, A. E. Wickenden, and D. D. Koleske, Nucl. Instrum. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 141: 733 (1998).

"Subpicosecond Absorption Spectroscopy of Band-Gap Excitation and Defect Formation in Alkali Halide Crystals," Richard T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, H. M. Yochum, and P. A. Sheldon, Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. B 141: 552 (1998).

"Multiphoton Excitation Microscopy of Photoluminescence in GaN Epitaxial Films," Richard T. Williams, Y. C. Zhang, and K. Burak Ucer, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Boston, November 2-5 (1998) edited by R. T. Williams and W. M. Yen, PV 98-25 (The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, N.J., p. 537 (1999).

"Multiphoton Excited Self-Trapped Exciton Luminescence and Transient Absorption in CaF2, BaF2, and SrF2," Richard T. Williams, R. Lindner, J. Güdde, and M. Reichling, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Boston, November 2-5 (1998) edited by R. T. Williams and W. M. Yen, PV 98-25 (The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, N. J., 1999), p. 549.

"Electronic Band Structure and Spectroscopy of PbWO4," Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, (with Y. C. Zhang, N. A. W. Holzwarth, and M. Nikl) Boston, November 2-5 (1998) edited by R. T. Williams and W. M. Yen, PV 98-25 (The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, N. J., 1999), p. 420.

"Electronic Band Structures of the Scheelite Materials CaMoO4, CaWO4, PbMoO4, and PbWO4," N.A.W. Holzwarth, Y. Zhang, and R. T. Williams, Phys. Rev. B57:12738 (1998).

"Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Hole and Exciton Self-Trapping in Halide Crystals," Richard T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, H. M. Yochum, and P. A. Sheldon, J. Luminescence 76-77: 43 (1998).

"Femtosecond Time-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Annealed and Sputtered GaP(110)," Richard T. Williams, M. Leblans, R. K. R. Thoma, J. L. LoPresti, and M. Reichling, J. Luminescence 72-74: 108 (1997).

"Femtosecond Photolysis of KC1 with 6-eV Photons," Richard T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, H. M. Yochum, M. J. Binkley, and M. Leblans, J. Luminescence 72-74: 847 (1997).

"Subpicosecond Spectroscopy of Hole and Exciton Self-Trapping in Alkali Halide Crystals," Richard T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, and H. M. Yochum, Phys. Rev. B 56: 8001 (1997).

"Photolysis of KBr, KC1, and SrF2 Crystals with 6 eV, 600 fs Pulses," R. T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, H. M. Yochum, M. J. Binkley, and M. Leblans, Materials Science Forum 241: 565 (1997).

"Femtosecond Time-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy of GaP(110), ZnTe(110), and ZnSe(110)," R. T. Williams, M. Leblans, R. K. R. Thoma, J. L. LoPresti, and M. Reichling, Materials Science Forum 239-241: 159 (1997).

"Bulk and Plasma Fluorescence of Lithium Niobate during Nanosecond and Picosecond Laser Irradiation," R. T. Williams, P. H. Bunton, E. D. Thoma, Y. C. Zhang, and R. F. Haglund, Jr., Materials Science Forum 239-241: 333 (1997).

"Femtosecond Photoelectron Spectroscopy of II-VI and III-V Semiconductors," R. T. Williams, M. Leblans, R. K. R. Thoma, J. L. LoPresti, and M. Reichling, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2967, ed. A. Krumins, D. K. Millers, A. Sternburg, and J. Spigulis (SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham, Washington, 1997): 1.

"EPR and Luminescence Studies of LaF3 and CeF3 under X-ray and Laser Irradiation," H. W. Shields, E. D. Thoma, Y. Zhang, B. C. McCollum, and R. T. Williams, J. Luminescence 71: 93 (1997).

Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, (edited by G. E. Matthews and R. T. Williams, Winston-Salem, NC (15-19 July 1996), (Trans Tech Publications, 1997).

"Surface Colloid Evolution during Low-Energy Electron Irradiation of CaF2(111)," R. T. Williams, M. Reichling, R. M. Wilson, R. Bennewitz, S. Gogoll, E. Stenzel, and E. Matthias, Surface Science 366: 531 (1996).

"Spectroscopy of Self-Trapped Excitons and Defect Formation in Alkali and Alkaline-Earth Halides with 6-3V, 600 fs Pulses," R. T. Williams, E. D. Thoma, H. M. Yochum, M. J. Binkley, and M. Leblans, Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, (14-17 August 1996), ed. M. Schreiber (Dresden University Press, 1996): 219.

"Self-Trapped Excitons," 2nd edition, Richard T. Williams and K. S. Song, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1996).

"Low Energy Laser Photoelectron Study of Defect States on Cleaved Si(111)2x1 Surfaces," Richard T. Williams, M. Yamada, J. Kanasaki, and N. Itoh, Surface Science 349:L107-L110 (1996).

"Time-Resolved Optical Absorption and Luminescence in LaF3 and CeF3 Irradiated by 1-MeV, 20-ns Electron Pulses," Richard T. Williams, Y. Zhang, C. Itoh, and K. Tanimura, Int'l. Conf. On Inorganic Scintillators and Their Applications, 181, Delft (28 August - 1 September 1995), ed. P. Dorenbos and C.W.E. van Eijk (Delft University Press, 1996).

 

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