Recent Publications

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Thomas Helliwell and D. A. Konkowski

Quantum healing of classical singularities in power-law spacetimes

Classical and Quantum Gravity 24 (2007) 3377-3390.
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D. A. Konkowski and Thomas Helliwell

Mining metrics for buried treasure

General Relativity and Gravitation 38 (2006) 1069-1082.
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L. Wang, T. Y. Chen, C. L. Chien, Joseph Checkelsky, James C. Eckert, E. D. Dahlberg, K. Umemoto, R. M. Wentzcovitch, and C. Leighton

Composition controlled spin polarization in Co1-xFexS2 II: Electronic, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties

Physical Review B 73 (2006) 144402.
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A. Murugan and Vatche Sahakian

Emergence of the fuzzy horizon through gravitational collapse

Physical Review D 74 (2006) 106010.
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Stephanie M. Moyerman, James C. Eckert, J. A. Borchers, Katherine L. Perdue, M. Doucet, Patricia D. Sparks, and M. J. Carey

Magnetic structure variations during GMR training in spin valves with pico-scale antiferromagnetic layers

Journal of Applied Physics 88 (2006) 08R505.
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S. Guo, River L. Clemens, R. P. Jackson, Anu Kohli, Tristan A. Sharp, Elizabeth Orwin, Richard C. Haskell, Z. Chen, and B. J. F. Wong

Office-based optical coherence tomographic imaging of human vocal cords

Journal of Biomedical Optics 11 (2006) 030501.
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Vatche Sahakian

Hairy strings

Physical Review D 73 (2006) 026002.
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Stephanie M. Moyerman, William J. Gannett, J. A. Borchers, M. Doucet, M. J. Carey, Patricia D. Sparks, and James C. Eckert

Ferromagnetic relaxation in spin valves with pico-scale antiferromagnetic layers

IEEE Transactions on Magnetism 42 (2006) 2630.
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Richard C. Haskell, David Liao, Adam E. Pivonka, Tera L. Austrum, Brendan R. Haberle, Barbara M. Hoeling, and Daniel C. Petersen

Role of beat noise in limiting the sensitivity of optical coherence tomography

Journal of the Optical Society of America A 23 (2006) 2747.
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Thomas D. Donnelly, Jason M. Hogan, Andrew J. Mugler, Michael Schubmehl, Andrew J. Bernoff, S. Dasnurkar, and T. Ditmire

Using ultrasonic atomization to produce an aerosol of micron-scale particles

Review of Scientific Instruments 76 (2005) 113301.
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