Katie’s work, titled Measurement of gas-concentration-driven permeation for the examination of permeability, solubility, and diffusivity in varying materials, can be viewed at this link.
Katie’s work, titled The synthesis mechanism of Mo2C on Ag-Cu alloy substrates by chemical vapor deposition and the impact of substrate choice, can be viewed at this link.
Pradip’s work, titled Substrate dependent resistive switching in amorphous-HfOx memristors: an experimental and computational investigation, can be viewed at this link.
Matt’s work, titled Impact of the thermal environment on the analog temporal response of HfOx-based neuromorphic devices, can be viewed at this link.
Chris’ work, titled Impact of Synthesized MoS2 Wafer-Scale Quality on Fermi Level Pinning in Vertical Schottky-Barrier Heterostructures, can be viewed at this link.
Decarle’s work, titled General model for mass transport to planar and nanowire biosensor surfaces, can be viewed at this link.
Katie’s work, titled The impact of defect density, grain size, and Cu orientation on thermal oxidation of graphene-coated Cu, can be viewed at this link.
Chris’ work, titled Low-temperature, plasma assisted, cyclic synthesis of MoS2, can be viewed at this link.
Philip’s work on Plasma-assisted systhesis of MoS2 has been accepted for publication in 2D Materials and will be published in Volume 5, Number 1. The abstract can be found here.