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Green Button Data-Access Model for Smart Cities

Author(s)
Cuong T. Nguyen, Jeremy J. Roberts
The purpose of the paper is to provide a look into the lessons learned through the roll-out of the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology and U.S

Chemically Orthogonal Hole Transport Layer for Efficient Colloidal Quantum Dot Solar Cells

Author(s)
Margherita Biondi, Min-Jae Choi, Olivier Ouellette, Se-Woong Baek, Petar Todorovi?, Bin Sun, Peicheng Li, Ahmad R. Kirmani, Laxmi Chiluka, Lee J. Richter, Sjoerd Hoogland, Zheng-Hong Lu, F. Pelayo Garc?a de Arquer, Edward H. Sargent
Colloidal quantum dots (CQDs) are of interest for their solution-processing and their bandgap tuning. Advances in the performance of CQD optoelectronic devices

Implementing a Protocol Native Managed Cryptocurrency

Author(s)
Peter M. Mell, Aurelien M. Delaitre, Frederic J. de Vaulx, Philippe J. Dessauw
Previous work presented a theoretical model based on the implicit Bitcoin specification for how an entity might issue a cryptocurrency that mimics features of

Tunable quantum beat of single photons enabled by nonlinear nanophotonics

Author(s)
Qing Li, Anshuman Singh, Xiyuan Lu, John R. Lawall, Varun B. Verma, Richard P. Mirin, Sae Woo Nam, Kartik A. Srinivasan
Integrated photonics is a promising approach for scalable implementation of diverse quantum resources at the chip-scale. Here, we demonstrate the integration of

Opaque Wrappers and Patching: Negative Results

Author(s)
Paul E. Black, Monika Singh
When a patch is released for buggy software, bad actors may be able to analyze the patch and create an attack on unpatched machines. A wrapper could block
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