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Observation of Rapid Exciton–Exciton Annihilation in Monolayer Molybdenum Disulfide

Journal Article published 9 Sep 2014 in Nano Letters volume 14 issue 10 on pages 5625 to 5629

Research funded by American Honda Motor | Basic Energy Sciences (DE-SC0001085) | Office of the Director (DMR-1106172, DMR-1122594)

Authors: Dezheng Sun, Yi Rao, Georg A. Reider, Gugang Chen, Yumeng You, Louis Brézin, Avetik R. Harutyunyan, Tony F. Heinz

In Situ Potentiodynamic Analysis of the Electrolyte/Silicon Electrodes Interface Reactions - A Sum Frequency Generation Vibrational Spectroscopy Study

Journal Article published 12 Jan 2016 in Journal of the American Chemical Society volume 138 issue 3 on pages 726 to 729

Research funded by American Honda Motor | Basic Energy Sciences | Vehicle Technologies Program (DE-AC02 O5CH1123)

Authors: Yonatan Horowitz, Hui-Ling Han, Philip N. Ross, Gabor A. Somorjai

Via Method for Lithography Free Contact and Preservation of 2D Materials

Journal Article published 5 Feb 2018 in Nano Letters volume 18 issue 2 on pages 1416 to 1420

Research funded by American Honda Motor | National Research Foundation of Korea (2016K1A1A2912707) | Division of Materials Research (DMR-1420634)

Authors: Evan J. Telford, Avishai Benyamini, Daniel Rhodes, Da Wang, Younghun Jung, Amirali Zangiabadi, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Shuang Jia, Katayun Barmak, Abhay N. Pasupathy, Cory R. Dean, James Hone

Variation of Energy Density of States in Quantum Dot Arrays due to Interparticle Electronic Coupling

Journal Article published 13 Feb 2015 in Nano Letters volume 15 issue 3 on pages 1855 to 1860

Research funded by American Honda Motor | Basic Energy Sciences (DE-SC0001060)

Authors: Manca Logar, Shicheng Xu, Shinjita Acharya, Fritz B. Prinz

Ionotactile Stimulation: Nonvolatile Ionic Gels for Human–Machine Interfaces

Journal Article published 19 Jan 2018 in ACS Omega volume 3 issue 1 on pages 662 to 666

Research funded by Samsung | American Honda Motor | NIH Office of the Director (1DP2EB022358-01) | Saudi Basic Industries Corporation | Qualcomm | Dexcom | Cubic

Authors: Samuel E. Root, Cody W. Carpenter, Laure V. Kayser, Daniel Rodriquez, Daniel M. Davies, Shen Wang, Siew Ting M. Tan, Ying Shirley Meng, Darren J. Lipomi

Geometric Change Detection in Urban Environments Using Images

Journal Article published 1 Nov 2015 in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence volume 37 issue 11 on pages 2193 to 2206

Research funded by European Research Council (#210806) | 4DVideo (FP7/2007-2013) | Schweizerischer Nationalfonds zur Förderung der Wissenschaftlichen Forschung | Google | American Honda Motor

Authors: Aparna Taneja, Luca Ballan, Marc Pollefeys

Structure–Property Relationship of Bifunctional MnO2 Nanostructures: Highly Efficient, Ultra-Stable Electrochemical Water Oxidation and Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts Identified in Alkaline Media

Journal Article published 5 Aug 2014 in Journal of the American Chemical Society volume 136 issue 32 on pages 11452 to 11464

Research funded by American Honda Motor | Basic Energy Sciences (DE-FG02-86ER13622.A000)

Authors: Yongtao Meng, Wenqiao Song, Hui Huang, Zheng Ren, Sheng-Yu Chen, Steven L. Suib

Numerical investigation of CP-Ti & Cu110 impact welding using smoothed particle hydrodynamics and arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian methods

Journal Article published Aug 2017 in Journal of Manufacturing Processes volume 28 on pages 558 to 564

Research funded by National Science Foundation (CMII-1537471) | American Honda Motor

Authors: Ali Nassiri, Shunyi Zhang, Taeseon Lee, Tim Abke, Anupam Vivek, Brad Kinsey, Glenn Daehn

Depiction of interfacial morphology in impact welded Ti/Cu bimetallic systems using smoothed particle hydrodynamics

Journal Article published 5 Jun 2017 in Applied Physics Letters volume 110 issue 23 on page 231601

Research funded by National Science Foundation (CMII-1538736) | American Honda Motor

Authors: Ali Nassiri, Anupam Vivek, Tim Abke, Bert Liu, Taeseon Lee, Glenn Daehn