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Design for a spin-Seebeck diode based on two-dimensional materials

Journal Article published 20 Jul 2015 in Physical Review B volume 92 issue 4

Research funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (11274128, 10804034, 11074081) | University of California, Irvine | U.S. Department of Energy | Office of Science | Basic Energy Sciences (SC0012670)

Authors: Hua-Hua Fu, Dan-Dan Wu, Lei Gu, Menghao Wu, Ruqian Wu

Integrated beam orientation and scanning-spot optimization in intensity-modulated proton therapy for brain and unilateral head and neck tumors

Journal Article published 1 Mar 2018 in Medical Physics volume 45 issue 4 on pages 1338 to 1350

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-SC0017057, DE-SC0017687) | National Institutes of Health (R44CA183390, R01CA188300, R43CA183390)

Authors: Wenbo Gu, Daniel O'Connor, Dan Nguyen, Victoria Y. Yu, Dan Ruan, Lei Dong, Ke Sheng

Deterministic direct aperture optimization using multiphase piecewise constant segmentation

Journal Article published 22 Sep 2017 in Medical Physics volume 44 issue 11 on pages 5596 to 5609

Research funded by National Institutes of Health (R43CA183390, R44CA183390, R01CA188300) | U.S. Department of Energy (0000227808)

Authors: Dan Nguyen, Daniel O'Connor, Dan Ruan, Ke Sheng

Fraction-variant beam orientation optimization for non-coplanar IMRT

Journal Article published 15 Feb 2018 in Physics in Medicine & Biology volume 63 issue 4 on page 045015

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-SC0017057, DE-SC0017687) | National Institutes of Health (R01CA188300, R43CA183390, R44CA183399)

Authors: Daniel O’Connor, Victoria Yu, Dan Nguyen, Dan Ruan, Ke Sheng

VMAT optimization with dynamic collimator rotation

Journal Article published 3 May 2018 in Medical Physics volume 45 issue 6 on pages 2399 to 2410

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-SC0017057, DE-SC0017687) | National Institutes of Health (R44CA183390, R01CA188300, R43CA183390)

Authors: Qihui Lyu, Daniel O'Connor, Dan Ruan, Victoria Yu, Dan Nguyen, Ke Sheng

LightZ′bosons at the Tevatron

Journal Article published 10 Jun 2011 in Physical Review D volume 83 issue 11

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Authors: Matthew R. Buckley, Dan Hooper, Joachim Kopp, Ethan T. Neil

Classifying the behavior of noncanonical quintessence

Journal Article published 13 Apr 2016 in Physical Review D volume 93 issue 8

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-SC0011981)

Authors: Dan Li, Robert J. Scherrer

Closing supersymmetric resonance regions with direct detection experiments

Journal Article published 9 Jul 2013 in Physical Review D volume 88 issue 1

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Dan Hooper, Chris Kelso, Pearl Sandick, Wei Xue

Implications of naturalness for the heavy Higgs bosons of supersymmetry

Journal Article published 14 Oct 2014 in Physical Review D volume 90 issue 7

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Kyu Jung Bae, Howard Baer, Vernon Barger, Dan Mickelson, Michael Savoy

Implications of a largeBs→μ+μ−branching fraction for the minimal supersymmetric standard model

Journal Article published 14 May 2012 in Physical Review D volume 85 issue 9

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Authors: Dan Hooper, Chris Kelso

Implications of a 130 GeV gamma-ray line for dark matter

Journal Article published 20 Aug 2012 in Physical Review D volume 86 issue 4

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Matthew R. Buckley, Dan Hooper

New local duals in eternal inflation

Journal Article published 17 Oct 2012 in Physical Review D volume 86 issue 8

Research funded by National Science Foundation | U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Raphael Bousso, Dan Mainemer Katz

Are lines from unassociated gamma-ray sources evidence for dark matter annihilation?

Journal Article published 19 Oct 2012 in Physical Review D volume 86 issue 8

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Dan Hooper, Tim Linden

Hybrid MPI-thread parallelization of adaptive mesh operations

Journal Article published Feb 2016 in Parallel Computing volume 52 on pages 133 to 143

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-SC00066117) | National Science Foundation (OCI-1126125, IIP-1237555)

Authors: Dan Ibanez, Ian Dunn, Mark S. Shephard

Possibility of Testing the Light Dark Matter Hypothesis with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer

Journal Article published 24 Jan 2013 in Physical Review Letters volume 110 issue 4

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Science Foundation

Authors: Dan Hooper, Wei Xue

Toward a consistent picture for CRESST, CoGeNT, and DAMA

Journal Article published 13 Feb 2012 in Physical Review D volume 85 issue 4

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy

Authors: Chris Kelso, Dan Hooper, Matthew R. Buckley

Gamma rays from the Galactic center and the WMAP haze

Journal Article published 19 Apr 2011 in Physical Review D volume 83 issue 8

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Authors: Dan Hooper, Tim Linden

Matching the quark model to the 1∕N[sub c] expansion

Conference Paper published 2011

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy (DE-FG02-93ER40756)

Authors: Dan Pirjol, Carlos Schat, David Armstrong, Volker Burkert, Jian-Ping Chen, Will Detmold, Jo Dudek, Wally Melnitchouk, David Richards

No indications of axionlike particles from Fermi

Journal Article published 22 Mar 2011 in Physical Review D volume 83 issue 6

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Authors: Alexander V. Belikov, Lisa Goodenough, Dan Hooper

Implications of CoGeNT’s new results for dark matter

Journal Article published 3 Oct 2011 in Physical Review D volume 84 issue 8

Research funded by U.S. Department of Energy | National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Authors: Dan Hooper, Chris Kelso