2009 NIST Sigma Xi Postdoctoral Poster Presentation Participants

 

Category code:

Biotechnology and Biology (B), Chemistry (C), Engineering (E), Materials Science (M), Physics (P), Mathematics and Statistics(MS)

 

 

1. (C) Carrigan J. Hayes and Donald R. Burgess, Jr.: Exploration of Hydrogen atom transfers in alkyl, alkenyl, and functionalized radicals, as predicted by composite ab initio methods

2. (P) R. L. Compton, Y.-J. Lin, K. Jiminez-Garcia, and I. B. Spielman: Probing Atomic Interactions near a Feshbach Resonance

3. (C) Jessica Reiner, Jennifer Keller, John Kucklick, Michele Shantz: DETERMINATION OF PERFLUORINATED COMPOUNDS IN STANDARD REFERENCE MATERIALS USING LC/MS/MS

4. (C) Abigail E. Miller, Mark Greene, Lori S. Goldner, and K. Helmerson: APTAMER DYNAMICS

5. (E) Doyoung Moon and Kalman B. Migler: Microfluidic Mixer for Polymer Melts

6. (E) Wei Chu, John Song and Theodore Vorburger: Automatic Bullet Signature Identification System Based on Topography Measurements and Edge Detection Analysis

7. (C) Claudette M. Rosado-Reyes, Jeffrey A. Manion, and Wing Tsang: Hydrogen Atom Attack on Propene

8. (P) Yingmei Liu, Stephen Maxwell, Eite Tiesinga and Paul Lett: Phase Space Dynamics in an Antiferromagnetic Spinor Condensate

9. (MS) Daniel Genin and Kevin Mills: A New Model for TCP Packet Loss

10. (B) Tighe A. Spurlin, Kiran Bhadriraju, Koo-Hyun Chung, Alessandro Tona, and Anne L. Plant: Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Response to Transglutaminase 2 Cross-linked Collagen Fibril Thin Films

11. (C) Melissa S. Meaney, Lane C. Sander, and Katherine E. Sharpless: CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC ACID AND FLAVONOL PROFILES IN VACCINIUM BERRY DIETARY SUPPLEMENT STANDARD REFERENCE MATERIALS (SRMs)

12. (C) Janelle Dawn Secl Newman, and William A. MacCrehan: Adventures in nanoparticle Metrology: Preliminary Results on the Affinity of Gold Nanoparticles to Functionalized Silica Gel

13. (P) Matthew L. Clarke and Jeeseong Hwang: MONITORING LOCAL NANOPARTICLE HEATING BY FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY

14. (P) Saijun Wu and J. V. Porto: A Novel Multi-photon MOT for Efficient Detection of Few Trapped Atoms

15. (P) Keith Gilmore, Mark Stiles, and Eric Shirley: Quantifying spin-lattice relaxation rates in ferromagnetic transition metals

16. (B) Catherine T. Lo, Andreas Jahn, Wyatt N. Vreeland, and Laurie E. Locascio: PREPARATION OF NIOSOME VESICLES FROM NON-IONIC SURFACTANTS BY HYDRODYNAMIC FOCUSING

17. (B) Kaushik Chatterjee, Sheng Lin-Gibson, William E. Wallace, Marian F. Young, and Carl G. Simon, Jr: COMBINATORIAL SCREENING OF HYDROGEL PROPERTIES FOR 3-D TISSUE CULTURE: EFFECT OF MATRIX STIFFNESS ON ENCAPSULATED OSTEOBLASTS

18. (C) Todd A. Morris and Michael J. Tarlov: POLYDOPAMINE-IMMOBILIZED CONCANAVALIN A EXIBITS SELECTIVE BINDING OF RNASE B GLYCOFORMS

19. (P) Nathan Lundblad, Radu Chicireanu, Karl Nelson, Trey Porto: Optical lattice-based addressing and control of long-lived neutral-atom qubits

20. (C) Tracey B. Schock, David A. Stancyk, Arezue Boroujerdi, Lindy K. Thibodeaux, Louis E.Burnett, Karen G. Burnett, and Daniel W. Bearden: METABOLOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE ATLANTIC BLUE CRAB, CALLINECTES SAPIDUS, FOLLOWING OXIDATIVE STRESS

21. (P) A. M. Marino, R. C. Pooser, V. Boyer, P. D. Lett: Delay of Entangled Images with Four-Wave Mixing

22. (C) Danielle Cleveland, Stephen E. Long, Lane C. Sander, Karen E. Murphy, Ryan J. Case, and Catherine Rimmer: Hyphenated Methods for the Quantification of Free and Chelated Gadolinium Species in Nanoemulsion-based MRI Contrast Agent Formulations

23. (P) Yu-Ju Lin, Robert Compton, Abigail Perry, Trey Porto, and Ian Spielman: Title: Towards Simulating Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field with a Bose-Einstein Condensate Using Light-induced Vector potentials

24. (C) Justin M. Zook and Erno Lindner: Current Programs to Restore Ion-Selective Membrane Equilibrium

25. (C) Arezue F. B. Boroujerdi, Alexander Meyers, Elizabeth C. Pollock, Sara Lien Huynh, Tracey Schock, Maria Vizcaino, Pamela J. Morris, Daniel W. Bearden: NMR-Based Microbial Metabolomics and the temperature-dependent coral pathogen Vibrio coralliilyticus

26. (B) Todd J. Taylor, and Iosif I.Vaisman: PROPERTIES OF RESIDUE CONTACT NETWORKS OF DELAUNAY TESSELLATED PROTEIN STRUCTURES

27. (B) Natalia Farkas, John A. Dagata, Kathleen F. Pirollo, and Esther H. Chang: Size Measurement of Targeted Nanoparticle Delivery Systems

28. (C) Tim M. Brewer, Christopher Szakal, and Greg Gillen: LIQUID CLUSTER SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY: SIGNAL ENHANCEMENT THROUGH GLYCEROL DROP ADDITION

29. (C) Aaron A. Urbas and Steven J. Choquette: AUTOMATED SPECTRAL SMOOTHING WITH SPATIALLY ADAPTIVE PENALIZED LEAST-SQUARES

30. (C) Elizabeth A. McGaw: WATER QUALITY MONITORING ON BORON-DOPED DIAMOND ELECTRODES

31. (MS) P. Aaron Lott, Howard Elman, Anil Deane  and Jeff McFadden: COMPUTING STEADY FLOW STATES USING FAST ITERATIVE SOLVERS

32. (P) Patrick P. Hughes, Alan K. Thompson, Michael A. Coplan, John W. Cooper, Robert E. Vest, and Charles Clark: DETECTION OF NEUTRONS BY LYMAN-ALPHA RADIATION

33. (P) Stephen Maxwell, Thomas Hanna, Yingmei Liu, Eite Tiesinga, and Paul Lett: Modelling an Antiferromagnetic Spinor Condensate

34. (B) Christopher Forrey, and Michael Gilson: Effect of Configurational Entropy on Molecular Association

35. (B) Joie N. Marhefka and Kalman B. Migler: MICROFLUIDIC METHODS FOR MEASUREMENT OF RED BLOOD CELL FLOW IN CONFINED SPACES

36. (C) Robert I. MacCuspie, Kyoungweon Park, and Richard A. Vaia: SELF-LIMITING SELF-ASSEMBLY OF JANUS-FUNCTIONALIZED GOLD NANORODS

37. (P) Sérgio R. Muniz, Kristian Helmerson, and William D. Phillips: Creating arbitrary landscape potentials to study and manipulate Bose-Einstein Condensates (BECs)

38. (P) Anand Ramanathan, Sérgio R. Muniz, Kristian Helmerson, and William D. Phillips: Excitations of a Bose-Einstein Condensate in an optical toroidal potential due to rotational flow

39. (B) Georgeta Crivat, Juliana Martha Sa, Fuyuki Tokumasu, Thomas Wellems, and Jeeseong Hwang: Fluorescence Reporter Proteins for Studying the Protein Trafficking of Plasmodium falciparum Infected Human Red Blood Cells

40. (C) Daniel K. Havey, David A. Long, Charles E. Miller, and Joseph T. Hodges: Ultra-Sensitive Optical Measurements of High-J Transitions in the O2 A-band

41. (P) Paul Haney, and Mark Stiles: SPIN TRANSFER TORQUES IN MAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTOURS

42. (P) C. D. Bass,  T. D. Bass,  B. E. Crawford,  J. M. Dawkins,  K. Gan,  D. G. Haase,  B. R. Heckel,  J. C. Horton,  C. R. Huffer,  P. R. Huffman,  D. Luo,  D. M. Markoff,  A. M. Micherdzinska,  H. P. Mumm,  J. S. Nico,  A. K. Opper,  M. G. Sarsour,  E. Sharapov,  W. M. Snow,  H. E. Swanson,  S. C. Walbridge,  and V. Zhumabekova: PARITY-VIOLATING SPIN-ROTATION OF POLARIZED NEUTRONS PASSING THROUGH LIQUID HELIUM

43. (P) Yonglin Liu and A. R. Hight Walker: Cu/Au Bimetallic Nanobranched Structures and Nanocubes: Their Synthesis and Mechanistic Studies

44. (B) James Falabella, Tae Joon Cho, Vincent A. Hackley, and Michael J. Tarlov: Analytical Ultracentrifugation of Colloidal Nanomaterials for Disease Detection and Drug Delivery Applications

45. (MS) Gunay Dogan, Ricardo H. Nochetto, Pedro Morin: A FAST ALGORITHM FOR SIMULTANEOUS SEGMENTATION AND REGULARIZATION OF IMAGES

46. (P) Michael Alexander McDonald and Angela R. Hight Walker: Towards optimization and characterization of dye-embedded gold nanoclusters for multiplexed optical imaging

47 (M) Nathaniel J. Fredin, Brian C. Berry, Kevin G. Yager, and Ronald L. Jones: DIRECTING THE SELF-ASSEMBLY OF BLOCK COPOLYMER THIN FILMS BY COLD ZONE ANNEALING

48. (P) S.-H. Chung, R. D. McMichael, D. T. Pierce, and J. Unguris: Phase Diagram of Magnetic Nanodisks measured by SEMPA

49. (C) John L. Molloy, David Cobb, and John R. Sieber: DEVELOPMENT OF PAINT REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR ANALYSIS OF LEAD IN CHILDREN’S TOYS

50. (C) Gauthier Eppe, Elizabeth A. McGaw, Nathan Dodder, Bruce A. Benner Jr, Karen W. Phinney, Michele M. Schantz: IDENTIFICATION OF METABOLITES IN HUMAN BLOOD PLASMA BY COMPREHENSIVE TWO DIMENSIONNAL GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-TIME-OF-FLIGHT MASS SPECTROMETRY

51. (C) Blakely Adair, Eric Kilpatrick, Guillaume Ballihaut, Clay Davis, Greg Turk, Stephen Wise, Stephen Long, and Steven Christopher: PROTEIN QUANTIFICATION WITH ELEMENTAL TAGS USING ICP-MS

52. (P) Hongki Min, Mark D. Stiles and A.H.MacDonald: n=0 Landau level shift of graphene stack on SiC

53. (E) April L. Cooke, Eric Whitenton, Jarred Heigel, and Robert Ivester: HIGH-BANDWIDTH IMAGING OF SERRATED CHIP FORMATION DURING ORTHOGONAL CUTTING OF Ti-6Al-4V

54. (B) Gregory A. Cooksey, Javier Atencia, John T. Elliott, and Anne L. Plant: A simple method to rapidly connect to microfluidic devices with large numbers of fluidic and pneumatic control lines: application to high-throughput toxicity experiments

55. (B) DA SILVA Sandra and MORROW Jayne: SURFACE SAMPLING FOR B. ANTHRACIS SPORES ON NONPOROUS SURFACE – EXTRACTION EFFICIENCY

56. (C) Lei Cao, Nalin Parikh, and R. Gregory Downing: STUDY OF HELIUM RETENTION IN NANO-CAVITY TUNGSTERN AS FIRST WALL IN FUSION CHAMBER USING NEUTORN DEPTH PROFILING

57. (C) Richard Bindel, Lei Cao, Heather Chen-Mayer, Rick Paul, and Elizabeth Mackey: DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIALLY RESOLVED PGAA

58. (C) Russell P. Watson, Daniel L. Reger, and Allan J. Canty: Recent Studies in Synthetic and Structural Coordination Chemistry

59. (C) B. A. Sperling, W. A. Kimes, and J. E. Maslar: TIME-RESOLVED FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY DURING ATOMIC LAYER DEPOSITION

60. (E) Casey S. Mungle, Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna and Steve Semancik: Advanced Operating Techniques for Chemical Microsensor Arrays

 


 

 

1M. (M) Jae-Hyuk Her, Yun Liu, Craig M. Brown, Muhammed Yousufuddin, Terrence J. Udovic, and Dan A. Neumann: STRUCTURAL STUDIES ON VARIOUS HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALS: MIL-53, K2ZN3[FE(CN)6]2 AND LI2B12H12

2M. (M) Nina Verdal, Michael Hartman, Timothy Jenkins, John J. Rush, and Terrence J. Udovic: HYDROGEN JUMP DYNAMICS OF TWO ALKALI BOROHYDRIDES

3M. (M) Minhua Zhao, Xiaohong Gu, Tinh Nguyen: Development of quantitative electric force microscopy for surface and subsurface characterization of nanostructures in polymeric materials

4M. (M) Benjamin G. Ueland, Y. Chen, J. W. Lynn: Composition Dependence of Polaron Formation and Dynamics in La1-xCaxMnO3

5M. (M) Hyeonggon Kang, Leonard F. Pease, Silvia H. De Paoli Lacerda, Matthew L. Clarke, Jack F. Douglas, Alamgir Karim, and Jeeseong Hwang: Optical Behavior of Single and Clustered Colloidal Semiconductor Quantum Dots Analyzed with an Integrated Fluorescence Confocal Microscope

6M. (M) D. Phelan, J. N. Millican, E. L. Thomas, J. B. Leao, Y. Qiu, and R. Paul: PHONON DENSITY OF STATES OF SUPERCONDUCTING IRON SELENIDE

7M. (M) Joseph E. Davies, O. Hellwig, E. E. Fullerton, M. Winklhofer, Kai Liu, and Robert D. Shull: Frustrated magnetization reversal in Co/Pt multilayers

8M. (M) Daneesh Simien, Jeff Fagan, Jack F. Douglas, Kalman Migler and Jan Obrzut: INFLUENCE OF SINGLE-WALL CARBON NANOTUBE LENGTH ON THE OPTICAL AND CONDUCTIVITY PROPERTIES OF THIN ‘BUCKYPAPER’ FILMS

9M. (M) Yvonne B. Gerbig, M.D. Vaudin, S. Stranick*, and Robert F. Cook: STRESS IMAGING OF DEFORMATION AND CRACK DEFECTS IN SILICON BY CONFOCAL RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

10M. (M) Jonghoon Choi, Victoria M. Hitchins, Peter Goering, Vytas Reipa: Biological responses of silicon nanoparticles

11M. (M) Paul Morrow, June Lau: THE ROLE OF EDGE OXIDATION IN THE SWITCHING OF SOFT FERROMAGNETIC NANODOTS

12M. (M) Ji Yeon Huh and Jeffrey A. Fagan: PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DOUBLE WALL CARBON NANOTUBES

13M. (M) Andrew A. Herzing and Ian M. Anderson: Aberration-Corrected Analytical Electron Microscopy for Nanoscale Characterization and Beyond

14M. (M) M. Coll, L.H. Miller, L.J. Richter, D.R. Hines, C.A. Richter and C.A. Hacker: NANOTRANSFER PRINTING TO FORM RELIABLE SILICON-BASED MOLECULAR ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES

15M. (M) Jason M. Simmons and Taner Yildirim: NANOPOROUS CARBONS AND COORDINATION POLYMERS FOR ENERGY-RELATED APPLICATIONS:  ALTERNATIVE FUELS AND CARBON CAPTURE

16M. (M) Gheorghe Stan and Robert F. Cook: CONTACT-RESONANCE ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY FOR NANOSCALE ELASTIC PROEPRTY MEASUREMENETS – DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS

17M. (M) Jasmine N. Millican, Daniel Phelan, Evan L. Thomas, and Juscelino B. Leão: PRESSURE-INDUCED Effects on the Structure of the FeSe Superconductor

18M. (M) Kathryn Krycka, Brian Maranville, Julie Borchers: MAGNETIC DOMAIN FORMATION WITHIN PSEUDO-SPIN-VALVE NANOPILLARS

19M. (M) Gregory Dutton and Steven Robey: Electronic Structure and Charge Separation at an Organic Photovoltaic Heterojunction

 


 

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