Post Tagged with: "David Drabold"

Fulbright Scholar Alajerami Speaks on New Glass Material for Radiation Protection

Yasser Alajerami from Al-Azhar University-Gaza is a Fulbright Scholar at Ohio University (2019-20).

From Ohio University News By Ling Xin NQPI Editorial Intern Fulbright Scholar Dr. Yasser Alajerami from Al-Azhar University-Gaza discussed his latest research on a new type of glass material that could be used as a protective shielding at radiation facilities. Alajerami is a Fulbright Scholar at Ohio University for 2019-20. […]

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October 28, 2019 at 8:05 amNews Research

Drabold Authors ‘Refining Glass Structure in Two Dimensions’

Dr. David Drabold, Distinguished Professor

Dr. David Drabold, Distinguished Professor of Physics & Astronomy, co-authored an article on “Refining glass structure in two dimensions.” Drabold is also a member of the Nanoscale & Quantum Phenomena Institute at Ohio University. Authors: Sadjadi, M; Bhattarai, B; Drabold, DA; Thorpe, MF; Wilson, M Source: PHYSICAL REVIEW B, Volume […]

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July 29, 2019 at 1:52 pmNews Research

Happy Beginnings | Bruno Receives Blue Ribbon and Harvard Acceptance

Jack Bruno

HTC Physics Senior Jack Bruno's Blue Ribbon Research Ohio University Honors Tutorial College senior physics major Jack Bruno describes his award-winning summer research over Lake Michigan and his hopes for the future. Top on his list– move to MA and attend graduate school at @Harvard. #LakeMichiganOzoneStudy #SocietyofPhysicsStudents Posted by Ohio […]

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May 1, 2019 at 3:02 pmNews Research

Cambridge Sabbatical Mingles Research, Networking

NQPI member David Drabold (center right) poses in Cambridge, England with Nobel laureate
Venkatraman “Venki” Ramakrishnan (center left) and his sons, Will (left) and Edward (right). Drabold
spent last spring at Trinity College during his sabbatical. (Photo courtesy of David Drabold)

By Ryan Flynn NQPI editorial intern One might not think history and physics regularly coincide. However, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute member Dr. David Drabold steeped himself in both this past spring by taking sabbatical at Trinity College in Cambridge, England. While in Cambridge, Drabold met with […]

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December 6, 2018 at 1:12 pmAlumni Research

Drabold Delivers Invited Talks at Petra School of Physics in Amman, Jordan

Dr. David Drabold, Distinguished Professor

Dr. David Drabold, Distinguished Professor of Physics & Astronomy, is an invited speaker at the 9th International Petra School of Physics on “Nano Physics: Fundamentals and Applications” in Amman, Jordan in October. Drabold will lecture on “Disorder on the nanoscale: ab initio simulations of amorphous materials” and “Electrons and phonons […]

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October 8, 2018 at 3:32 pmResearch

OHIO Team Shows Existence of Three-Dimensional Phases of Amorphous Graphene

This image represents an 800-atom FEAR model of amorphous carbon at density 0.95 gm/cc. Spheres represent carbon atoms. Orange atoms are members of amorphous graphene subnetwork.

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern A team of Ohio University researchers and their collaborators used a theoretical model to characterize the physical properties of certain samples of amorphous carbon and showed that these materials are, in fact, connected and distorted fragments of amorphous graphene in an article published in […]

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August 27, 2018 at 12:53 pmNews

Drabold Group Visualizes Electric Conduction in Computer Memory Materials

The authors modeled space-projected conductivity of several CBRAM materials. In this figure, oxygen atoms are shown in red, copper atoms in blue, and aluminium atoms in green.

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern In a paper published in Rapid Research Letters this week, a team of current and former Ohio University researchers reported a new theoretical method to determine the electrical conductive properties of a type of material that is important for the development of new computer […]

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July 5, 2018 at 9:39 pmAlumni Research