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Dr. Nicholas Kioussis

  1. Luis Agapito, Jacob Gayles, Christian Wolowiec, and Nicholas Kioussis Aviram-Ratner rectifying mechanism for DNA base-pair sequencing through graphene nanogaps,, J. of Nanotechnology, 23 135202 (2012).
  2. Y. H. Tang and N. Kioussis, “Crucial Role of Interfacial Alloying on spin transfer torque in magnetic tunnel junctions”, Phys. Rev. B 85, 104413 (2012)
  3. Ming-Wei Lin, Cheng Ling, Luis A. Agapito, Nicholas Kioussis, Yiyang Zhang, Mark Ming-Cheng Cheng, Wei L. Wang, Efthimios Kaxiras, and Zhixian Zhou, “Approaching the intrinsic band gap in suspended high-mobility graphene nanoribbons”, Phys. Rev. B 84, 125411 (2011)
  4. J. Li, J. Gayles, Nicholas Kioussis, Z. Zhang, C. Grein, and F. Aqariden, Ab initio studies of the unreconstructed polar (111) CdTe surface, J. Electronics Materials (in press, 2012)
  5. Luis A. Agapito and Nicholas Kioussis, “Seamless” Graphene Interconnects for the Prospect of All-Carbon Spin-Polarized Field-Effect Transistors”, J. Phys. Chemistry 115, 2874 (2011)
  6. Y.H. Tang, N. Kioussis, A. Kalitsov, W. H. Butler, and Roberto Car, Disorder induced enhancement of spin torque in magnetic tunnel junctions, J. Appl. Phys. 109, 07C920 (2011)
  7. Luis A. Agapito, Nicholas Kioussis, and Efthimios Kaxiras, “Electric-field control of magnetism in graphene quantum dots: Ab initio calculations”, Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Communication) 82, 201411 (2010)
  8. N. Kioussis and N. Ghoniem, “Modeling of dislocation interaction with solutes, nano-precipitates and interfaces: A Multiscale Challenge”, Invited Review Article, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanotechnology, Ed. M. Rieth and W. Schommers, 7, pp. 1-30 (2010)
  9. Zhengzheng Chen, Nicholas Kioussis, King-Ning Tu, Nasr Ghoniem, and Jenn-Ming Yang Inhibiting adatom diffusion through surface alloying, , Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 015703 (2010)
  10. Z. Chen, N. Kioussis, and N. Ghoniem, “Strain-field effects on the formation and migration energies of self interstitials in a-Fe from first principles”, Phys. Rev. B 81, 094102 (2010)
  11. Y.H. Tang, N. Kioussis, A. Kalitsov, W. H. Butler, and Roberto Car, “Influence of asymmetry on the bias behavior of spin torque in magnetic tunnel junctions”, Phys. Rev. B 81, 054437 (2010)
  12. Z. Chen, G. Lu, N. Kioussis, and N. Ghoniem, “The crucial role of chemistry on mobile properties of dislocations”, Phil. Mag. 90, 21 (2010)
  13. Y. Tang, N. Kioussis, A. Kalitsov, W. H. Butler, and Roberto Car, “Filed-like spin torque in magnetic tunnel junctions”, J. of Physics, 200 062033 (2010)