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1. (P) Matthew D. Eisaman, et al.: EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF NONLOCAL REALISM USING A NEW FIBER-BASED, POLARIZATION-ENTANGLED PHOTON-PAIR SOURCE

2. (M) Neal Scruggs, et al.: Toward a Carbon Nanotube-Based Capillary Rheometer

3. (B) Tighe A. Spurlin1, et al.: Correlating Cellular Response To Nanoscale Morphology And Mechanical Properties Utilizing Atomic Force Microscopy And Optical Microscopy

4. (M) Brian M. Gable, and Tim Foecke: Identifying the Microstructural Basis for Aluminum Alloy Formability

5. (C) Denis E. Bergeron, and Jeffrey W. Hudgens: FORMATION MECHANISMS OF MONOLAYER PROTECTED GOLD NANOPARTICLES: TOOLS FOR AN ATOM-BY-ATOM DESCRIPTION

6. (C) Rachel S. Popelka-Filcoff, and Richard M. Lindstrom: Characterizing the NBSR for Evaluating k0-NAA at NIST

7. (C) John L. Molloy, et al.: CLASSIFICATION OF MICROHETEROGENEITY IN REFERENCE MATERIALS USING XRF

8. (M) Mark G. Reitsma, et al.: LATERAL FORCE CANTILEVER FOR PRECISE AFM FRICTION MEASUREMENTS

9. (C) Tim M. Brewer, et al.: INVESTIGATION OF VARIOUS DOPANT MATERIALS FOR INCREASED SPECIFICITY OF EXPLSOIVE IN ION MOBILITY SPECTROMETRY (IMS)

10. (M) Thuy T. Chastek, et al.: Monodisperse Biocompatible Thermally Responsive Nanoparticle Hydrogels

11. (M) Doyoung Moon, et al.: EVALUATION OF MULTI-SAMPLE MICRO-CAPILLARY RHEOMETER

12. (M) Jaehun Chun, et al.: FLOW-FIELD FLOW FRACTIONATION TO SEPARATE AND CHARACTERIZE SINGLE WALL CARBON NANOTUBES BY LENGTH

13. (M) Daneesh Simien, et al.: Electrical, Optical and Mechanical Properties of Thin Films Containing Purified and Length-sorted Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes

14. (M) Nadia J. Edwin, et al.: USE OF FLUORESCENCE CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY FOR STUDYING POLYELECTROLYTE-NANOPARTICLE INTERACTION

15. (MS) Brian Cloteaux, et al.: METHODS FOR CHARACTERIZING MASSIVE NETWORKS

16. (M) Juntao Wu, et al.: Nanostructures of PS-b-PEO Diblock Copolymer and its Nanocomposites

17. (C) Todd A. Morris, et al.: SELF-ASSEMBLY OF PLANT LECTINS ON GOLD SURFACES

18. (M) Hyeonggon Kang, et al.: Multimodal optical properties of hybrid complexes of single walled carbon nanotubes and colloidal semiconductor quantum dots

19. (P) Andrew Berglund, et al.: LASER COOLING ERBIUM TO ULTRACOLD TEMPERATURES

20. (M) Jae-Hyuk Her, et al.: TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE RESPONSE OF A POTENTIAL HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIAL

21. (P) Matthew McMahon, et al.: ORTHOGONAL TRACKING MICROSCOPY FOR NANOFABRICATION RESEARCH

22. (M) Derek Patton, et al.: Statistical Copolymer Brush Gradients: A Versatile Platform for Investigating Reactions and Interactions at Interfaces

23. (M) Sanjit Bhowmick, et al.: A New Class of Mechanical Fatigue in Silicon

24. (M) Scott K. Stanley, et al.: KINETICS OF ENGINEERED PEPTIDES AND POLYMERIC PEPTIDE-MIMICS THAT BIOMINERALIZE NANOMATERIALS FROM THE ATOM UP

25. (P) Benjamin Ueland, et al.: NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDIES OF MULTIFERROIC HoMnO3

26. (E) Andrew Lock, et al.: Thermal Imaging Cameras Testing and Standards Development

27. (M) Xiaohua Zhang, et al.: Surface Morphology Diagram for Thin Cylinder-Forming Block Copolymer Films

28. (C) Susie Eustis, et al.: Compairing Zinc Oxide Nanowires grown with copper and gold catalysts on sapphire

29. (P) Christian Heiliger, and Mark D. Stiles: SPIN TRANSFER TORQUES IN Fe/MgO/Fe TUNNEL JUNCTIONS

30. (C)Yilei Zhao, et al.: Theoretical Study of Molecular Conductance of Fullerene Bis-adducts

31. (C) Jacqueline L. Mann, et al.: HIGH PRECISION ISOTOPIC REFERENCE MATERIAL PROGRAM

32. (C) Michael C. Tims, et al.: EXTRACTION OF MEDICINALLY IMPORTANT PLANT METABOLITES IN GREEN TEA (Camellia sinensis)

33. (E) Joshua L. Hertz, et al.: A BIO-INSPIRED METHODOLOGY FOR ARTIFICIAL OLFACTION

34. (M) Kevin G. Yager, et al.: NEUTRON SCATTERING MEASUREMENTS OF NANOPARTICLE DIRECTED SELF-ASSEMBLY OF BLOCK-COPOLYMERS

35. (M) Minhua Zhao: QUANTITATIVE SURFACE POTENTIAL MEASUREMENT AT THE NANOSCALE THROUGH HIGH ASPECT RATIO PROBE UNDER ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY

36. (M) Yun Liu, et al.: Increasing hydrogen uptake by increasing the density of adsorbed hydrogen

37. (P)Aaron J. Pearlman, et al.: PRODUCTION OF CORRELATED PHOTON PAIRS USING A PERIODICALLY-POLED KTiOPO4 WAVEGUIDE

38. (B) Hirsh Nanda, et al.: CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES OF GAG HIV-1 ON A TETHERED BILAYER MEASURED BY NEUTRON REFLECTIVITY PROVIDES INSIGHTS INTO VIRAL PARTICLE ASSEMBLY

39. (M) Chengqing Wang, et al.: Line width roughness and cross sectional characterization of sub-50 nm structures using CD-SAXS and CD-SEM

40. (M) Vivek S. Murthi, et al.: Water Uptake and Interfacial Structural Changes of a Perfluorosulfonic acid Ionomer Membranes Measured by Neutron Reflectivity for PEM Fuel Cells

41. (P) Ilija N. Draganić, et al.: EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY OF HIGLY CHARGED IONS AT THE NIST EBIT

42. (M) Yajun Cheng, et al.: Thin Nanostructured Crystalline TiO2 Films Templated by Block-copolymer and their Applications in dye-sensitized Solar Cells

43. (C) Claudette M. Rosado-Reyes, et al.: KINETICS OF THE THERMAL REACTION OF H ATOMS AND PROPYNE

44. (M) Jirun Sun and Sheng Lin-Gibson: 3D non-destructively Evaluation of microleakage induced by polymerization of dental composites

45. (M) Gheorghe Stan, et al.: SIZE-DEPENDENT ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF NANOFILAMENTS

46. (M) Reit Artzi-Gerlitz, et al.: A HIGHLY SENSITIVE GAS SENSOR BASED ON A TUNGSTEN OXIDE NANOTUBE-ARRAY FORMED IN NANOPORE ALUMINUM OXIDE MEMBRANES

47. (M) Leah A. Lucas, et al.: THIN FILM MICROSTRUCTURE OF SOLUTION PROCESSABLE PYRENE-BASED SMALL MOLECULES FOR ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS

48. (B) Adam J. Nolte, et al.: MEASUREMENT OF ADHESION AT POLYMER AND BIOMOLECULAR INTERFACES

49. (M) Bulent Akgun, et al.: INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF ULTRATHIN DIBLOCK COPOLYMER BRUSHES

50. (M) Kazunori Iida, et al.: INTEGRATED POLYMER FORMULATIONS USING A MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM

51. (M) Yifu Ding, et al.: Continuous Patterns with Height Gradients by Nanoimprint Lithography and Thermal Gradient Annealing

52. (M) Hyun Wook Ro, et al.: Ultralow-dielectric Constant Patterns Fabricated by Nanoimprint Lithography

53. (M) Diana Zeiger, et al.: ASSESSING COMPOSITE SHRINKAGE IN TEETH WITH CT

54. (P) Keith Gilmore, et al.: SPIN-ORBIT PRECESSION DAMPING IN ITINERANT FERROMAGNETS

55. (M) Brian Berry, et al.: EVOLUTION OF ORDER IN TOPOGRAPHICALLY TEMPLATED BLOCK COPOLYMER THIN FILMS

56. (P) Kathryn Krycka, et al.: TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC CORRELATIONS WITHIN A MAGNETITE NANOPARTICLE ASSEMBLY

57. (P) Daniel Phelan, et al.: STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF PEROVSKITE FERROELECTRIC RELAXORS

58. (M)August W. Bosse, et al.: BLOCK-COPOLYMER ORDERING WITH A SPATIOTEMPORALLY HETEROGENEOUS MOBILITY*

59. (P) Paul M. Haney, et al.: SPIN TORQUE IN ANTIFERROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS

60. (M) Chandler A. Becker: BRIDGING THE GAP: TOWARD MORE ACCURATE MULTISCALE MODELS OF MATERIALS

61. (M) Jungjin Park, et al.: ADSORPTION STUDY OF CdSe/ZnS QUANTUM DOT ON SYNTHETIC TEMPLATE: INFLUENCE OF SUBSTRATE SURFACE CHEMISTRY AND pH

62. (M) Ryan J. Murphy, Vivek M. Prabhu: POLYELECTROLYTE DYNAMICS: PROTEIN NANOPORE TRANSLOCATION AND ADSORPTION AT CHEMICALLY PATTERNED SURFACES

63. (M) Thomas Q. Chastek: Nanostructured Materials Characterization on a Microfluidic Chip

64. (E) Jose A. Montenegro and Rene Peralta (Advisor): Secure Sealed-Bid Online Auctions Using Discreet Cryptographic Proofs

65. (P) Alessandro Restelli, et al.: SUB-NANOSECOND GATING TO REDUCE QUANTUM BIT ERROR RATE IN HIGH-SPEED FREE-SPACE QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION

66. (C) Kevin O. Douglass, et al.: Applications of a Medium Bandwidth (100 MHz) Chirped-Pulse Fourier Transform Microwave Spectrometer for the study of Model Peptide Systems

67. (P) Jasmine N. Millican: THE SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE-PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS OF HIGHLY CORRELATED LANTHANIDE INTERMETALLIC AND OXIDE PHASES

68. (B) Elaine R. Chan, et al.: The Structural States of Ion Channel Proteins in Solution and Bound to Lipid Vesicles

69. (P) C. Lpez-Mariscal, et al.: Parallel optical manipulation using evanescent optical landscapes

70. (B) Jianyong Tang, et al.: PROBING ROTATION AND REACTION OF BIOMOLECULES CONFINED TO SUB-FEMTOLITER VOLUMES

71. (P) Sebastian Jung, et al.: CONTINUOUS OBSERVATION OF MAGNETIZATION IN A SPINOR BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE

72. (M) Jeffrey Martin, et al.: VARYING PHASE CONTINUITY IN POLYMER BLENDS BY SEQUENCE OF MIXING

73. (M) Jing Zhou, et al.: QUATITATIVE MEASUREMENTS OF SOFTENING TEMPERATURE OF NANOSCALE POLYMER THIN FILMS

74. (M) Brian Okerberg, et al.: COMPETITION BETWEEN DEWETTING AND CRYSTALLIZATION IN THIN POLYMER FILMS
75. (M) Eun Su Park, et al.: Defect Site Functionalization: An Approach for Promoting Adhesion in Carbon Nanoparticle/Epoxy Nanocomposites

76. (M)Youngsuk Jung, et al.: The effect of nanoscale dielectric morphology on the microstructure and carrier mobility of high-performance polythiophene semiconductors

77. (M) Vijay R. Tirumala, et al.: SWELLING INDUCED DEFORMATION OF SUPPORTED POLYMER NANOLINES

78. (B) Todd J. Taylor, et al.: APPLICATIONS OF DELAUNAY TESSELLATION TO THE ANALYSIS OF PROTEIN STRUCTURES

79. (M) Mickey Richardson, et al.: Layered Double Hydroxide-Epoxy Nanocomposites: The Role of Interfacial Adhesion and Anion Exchange Capacity on Nanocomposite Performance

80. (M) Jun Young Chung* and Christopher M. Stafford: SURFACE WRINKLING METROLOGY FOR NANOSCALE POLYMERIC MATERIALS

81. (M) Casey S. Mungle, et al.: ALIGNMENT OF METAL-OXIDE NANOTUBES AND NANOWIRES FOR CHEMICAL MICRO SENSORS

82. (P) Yonglin Liu and A. R. Hight Walker: Synthesis, Characterization and Assemblies of Gold Nanorods and Copper Nanocrytals
83. (P) Emren Nalbant-Esenturk and A. R. Hight Walker: Gold Nanostars as Reproducible Substrates for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

84. (M) Ziwen Fu, et al.: A Map-Reduce Paralleled/Distributed Computing Model for Analyzing the Structure and Properties of Materials

85. (M) Shuhui Kang, et al.: A COMPARISON OF THE REACTION-DIFFUSION KINETICS BETWEEN POLYMER AND NON-POLYMER PHOTORESISTS

86. (C) Benoite Lefort, et al.: EXPERIENCE AND DETAILED CHEMICAL KINETIC MODELING OF PAH AND SOOT FORMATION IN ETHYLENE FLAME IN THE NIST WELL-STIRRED REACTOR/PLUG FLOW REACTOR

87. (M) Jae Hyun Kim, et al.: Characterization of interfacial adhesion of montmorillonite/epoxy nanocomposites

88. (M) Jason M. Simmons, et al.: Probing the Gas-Host Interactions in Metal Organic Frameworks

89. (P) K. J. Alvine: Stability in Nanoimprinted Structures

90. (P) Raphael Pooser, et al.: Relative-intensity squeezing from FOUR-Wave Mixing in Rubidium vapor

91. (C) Catherine C. Cooksey and Edwin J. Heilweil: TERAHERTZ SPECTROSCOPY OF BIOMOLECULES IN AQUEOUS ENVIRONMENTS

92. (B) Greg Cooksey, et al.: A high throughput microfluidic platform for in vitro toxicity assays

93. (C) David Sam Germack, et al.: SYNTHESIS OF POLYISOPRENE AND POLYISOPRENE-CONTAINING AMPHIPHILIC BLOCK COPOLYMERS VIA RAFT FOR THE PREPARATION OF NANOPARTICLES WITH REGIOSELECTIVE FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS

94. (P) Sara E. Mason and Anne M. Chaka: EXPLORING THE REACTIVITY OF HYDRATED OXIDE SURFACES TOWARDS PB(II)

95. (P) Nathan Lundblad, et al.: Ultracold atoms in a radiofrequency-dressed optical lattice

96. (B) Natalia Farkas, et al.: PHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF LIPOSOME-BASED TARGETED NANOPARTICLE DELIVERY SYSTEMS WITH ENCAPSULATED MRI CONTRAST AGENTS

97. (B) Jerainne M. Johnson, et al.: Metrology of Biopreservation in Saccharide-Based Glasses using H-bond Network Lifetimes


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