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Del Mar Photonics sponsors APS focus session "Photophysics of Cold Molecules"

Del Mar Photonics sponsors Best talk contest at American Physical Society focus Session "Photophysics of Cold Molecules" during APS 2008 annual meeting.

In order to facilitate participation of young scientists we have organized a contest for the best talk given by a student or a post-doc. The winner was chosen by a committee (Massimi Boninsegni, Dave DeMille, Takamasa Momose, Jun Ye) and was given a certificate on the last day of the focus session.
Del Mar Photonics and IoP J. Phys. B awarded both best student and post-doc presenters with a $500 prize.

The winners are Stephen Hogan and Kirill Kuyanov-Prozument - our congratulations!
 

 Sergey Egorov, President & CEO of Del Mar Photonics, Inc., and Andrey Vilesov, Chair of the American Physical Society focus session "Photophysics of Cold Molecules", in the University of Southern California

Sergey Egorov, President & CEO of Del Mar Photonics, Inc., and Andrey Vilesov, Chair of the American Physical Society focus session "Photophysics of Cold Molecules", in the University of Southern California
 

Award announcement before APS meeting:

Dear Contributors to the APS focus session "Photophysics Cold Molecules",

we are proud to announce that we will be able to award the two best  
contributions by young researchers with a prize, consisting of a  
plaque/certificate and $500,-. The jury will consist of several of the  
invited speakers of the session.

All students and postdocs who have received their Ph.D. (or  
equivalent) within the last five years (i.e., after March 10, 2003)  
are eligible to participate in the contest. If you are within this  
group of contributors and will present the work yourself, please send  
us an email confirming your status. This way we can prepare a list of  
participating presentations for the jury.

These prizes are made possible by the generous support of Del Mar  
Photonics (http://www.www.alaindidierweill.com) and J. Phys. B (http://www.iop.org/journals/jphysb). Award Certificate

We are looking forward to see you all in new Orleans.

Best wishes,
Jochen and Andrey
-- 

Jochen Küpper
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG -- Department of Molecular Physics
Faradayweg 4-6
D-14195 Berlin, Germany

phone:   +49-30-84135686
fax:     +49-30-84135892


Andrey Vilesov
Department of Chemistry
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0482
phone:   +1-213-8212936
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Session A26: Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules I

Sponsoring Units: DCP
Chair: Andrey Vilesov, University of Southern California
Morial Convention Center - 218


 

Monday, March 10, 2008
8:00AM - 8:36AM

 
A26.00001: Isolation of Molecules in Helium Nanodroplets: Spectroscopy and Dynamics at Ultra-cold Temperatures - local link
Invited Speaker: Frank Stienkemeier

The isolation of atoms, molecules, clusters or nano-sized complexes in helium nanodroplets allows detailed spectroscopic studies at temperatures in the millikelvin range. Moreover, femtosecond real-time spectroscopy has been introduced to study dynamical processes in the ultracold helium environment. On the one hand, wave packet propagation opens a window to dynamical processes, allowing even a view to superfluid properties at the nanoscale. This is exemplified at decoherence effects in the wave packet propargation of small molecules attached to the droplets. On the other hand, high-resolution mass spectra using both femtosecond photoionisation (PI) as well as electron impact ionization enable us to characterize reactive processes at temperatures in the millikelvin range. As an example, alkali cluster -- water complexes are formed in helium droplets. By recording multi-photon PI spectra we can distinguish between reactive processes of the neutral clusters and ionic reactions occurring after ionisation of the alkali cluster component. These studies pave the way to time-resolved reaction dynamics at very low temperatures.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
8:36AM - 8:48AM

 
A26.00002: Nonequilibrium magnesium complexes formed in helium nanodroplets
Josef Tiggesb\"aumker , Andreas Przystawik , Sebastian G\"ode , Karl-Heinz Meiwes-Broer

Doping helium droplets with alkaline earth atoms is an interesting tool to investigate the interaction with the superfluid helium. Magnesium is a corner case regarding the degree of solvation in helium [1,2] which may enable the detection of quantized vortices in helium droplets. In this contribution we add another facet to the discussion. The absorption of helium droplets doped with magnesium atoms is measured with resonant two-photon ionization at different combinations of droplet size and the number of doped Mg atoms. This enables the unambiguous identification of the absorption of an isolated atom inside the droplet centered around 279\,nm. When increasing the Mg content of the droplet we find evidence for the formation of metastable, weakly bound Mg complexes. After excitation of such a complex it collapses to a Mg cluster on a timescale of 20\,ps. \newline [1] J. Reho \emph{et al}., J. Chem. Phys. {\bf 112}, 8409 (2000) \newline [2] Y. Ren and V.V. Kresin, Phys. Rev. A {\bf 76}, 043204 (2007)    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
8:48AM - 9:00AM

 
A26.00003: Superfluid $^4$He density functional theory in 2-D cylindrical coordinates
Jussi Eloranta , Sean French , Steven Fiedler

Bosonic density functional theory describing superfluid $^4$He is formulated in 2-D cylindrical coordinates and a numerical implementation of the model using a regular spatial grid basis is presented. The 2-D formulation has many important applications as the 1-D treatment cannot, for example, describe translational motion of atoms and molecules solvated in the liquid and the 3-D theory is usually computationally too expensive, especially when describing dynamics in bulk superfluid $^4$He. The theory is implemented in both real and imaginary time forms for allowing solution of both time-dependent and time-independent problems. Two test cases for the developed method are presented and the results are compared against the previously published results. Finally, the method is applied to describe solvation of single wall carbon nanotubes in superfluid $^4$He at 0 K and the implications of the results to dynamic liquid response are discussed.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
9:00AM - 9:12AM

 
A26.00004: Photo-induced isomerization and chemical reaction dynamics in superfluid helium droplets
Jeremy Merritt , Gary Douberly , Roger Miller

Near threshold photo-induced isomerization and photo-induced chemical reactions have long been sough after as sensitive probes of the underlying potential energy surface. One of the most important questions asked is how the initially bright quantum state couples to the reaction coordinate, and thus relates to energy transfer in general. Helium droplets have now allowed us to stabilize entrance channel clusters behind very small reaction barriers such that vibrational excitation may result in reaction. Through two examples, namely the isomerization of the 2 binary complexes of HF-HCN {\{}Douberly et al. PCCP 2005, 7,463{\}}, and the induced reaction of the gallium-HCN complex {\{}Merritt et al. JPCA 2007, DOI:10.1021/jp074981e{\}} we will show how the branching ratios for reaction and predissociation can determined and the influence of the superfluid He solvent.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
9:12AM - 9:24AM

 
A26.00005: Rydberg States of Na-doped Helium Nanodroplets
Marcel Drabbels

The dynamics of excited states of Na atoms deposited on the surface of helium nanodroplets has been investigated with velocity map ion imaging, photoelectron spectroscopy and time-of-flight mass-spectroscopy. For the first time, the excitation spectra of Na-doped helium nanodroplets corresponding to Rydberg states of Na atoms have been measured from the lowest excited 3p state up to the ionization threshold. All lines in the excitation spectra are shifted and broadened with respect to the corresponding atomic lines. In addition to bare Na* atoms also Na*He$_{N}$ ($N$ = 1-6) exciplexes are detected upon excitation. Photoelectron spectroscopy reveals the desorption of Na* not only in the initially excited states but also in lower lying states, indicating that relaxation plays an important role. The recorded velocity distributions show interesting characteristics: for the lowest states the mean kinetic energy of Na* increases linearly with excitation energy. The velocity distributions of Na*He$_{N}$ exciplexes do not manifest such remarkable properties. The observations can be largely explained by assuming that the interaction of Na* with the helium nanodroplet can be described by the sum of Na*-He pair potentials.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
9:24AM - 9:36AM

 
A26.00006: Photoelectron imaging of doped helium nanodroplets
Daniel Neumark

Photoelectron images of helium nanodroplets doped with Kr and Ne atoms are reported. The images and resulting photoelectron spectra were obtained using tunable synchrotron radiation to ionize the droplets. Droplets were excited at 21.6 eV, corresponding to a strong droplet electronic excitation. The rare gas dopant is then ionized via a Penning excitation transfer process. The electron kinetic energy distributions reflect complex ionization and electron escape dynamics.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
9:36AM - 9:48AM

 
A26.00007: High Resolution Fluorescence Excitation and Dispersed Emission Spectra of Organic Molecules in Superfluid Helium Nanodroplets
Alkwin Slenczka , Ricarda Riechers , Dominik Pentlehner , Alexander Vdovin

Superfluid helium droplets serve as a very gentle cryogenic matrix for molecular spectroscopy. The low temperature and high thermal conductivity of superfluid helium droplets are of great advantage for the investigation of dispersed emission spectra of molecules. As a complement to the fluorescence excitation spectrum the emission spectra provide important details on dynamic processes of intramolecular as well as intermolecular nature. This will be demonstrated for various examples such as intramolecular proton tunnelling, isomeric van der Waals complexes, tautomerization and microsolvation.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
9:48AM - 10:24AM

 
A26.00008: Coherent boson dynamics in strongly localized potentials - helium excitations at planar aromatic molecules and trapped cold atoms
Invited Speaker: K. Birgitta Whaley

Planar aromatic molecules provide strongly localizing potentials for helium that considerably modify the local superfluid properties of a solvating helium environment. I shall describe some of the effects of these interactions on the solvation structure and spectroscopy of tetracene and phthalocyanine in helium droplets, comparing results of zero and finite temperature quantum Monte Carlo simulations with experimental data. The helium atoms closest to the molecule are seen to show similarities to trapped cold atoms in multi-well potentials. Studies of cold bosons with attractive and repulsive interactions in double well potentials will also be presented, showing formation of squeezed and quantum superposition states of cold atoms.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
10:24AM - 10:36AM

 
A26.00009: Fragmentation dynamics inside helium nanodroplets: new theoretical results
Nadine Halberstadt , David Bonhommeau , Marius Lewerenz

We present a theoretical study on the effect of a helium nanodroplet environment on the fragmentation dynamics of embedded rare gas cluster ions. The helium atoms are treated explicitly, with zero-point effects taken into account through an effective helium-helium interaction potential. All the nonadiabatic effects between electronic states of the ionized rare gas cluster are taken into account. Our results reveal new mechanisms for the cooling by helium, and show that the dopant can be ejected from the helium droplet. These results will be presented and discussed.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
10:36AM - 10:48AM

 
A26.00010: Suppressing the fragmentation of fragile molecules in helium nanodroplets by co-embedding with water: Possible role of the electric dipole moment
Yanfei Ren , Vitaly Kresin

When fragile molecules are embedded in liquid helium nanodroplets, electron-impact ionization usually leads to fragmentation which is as extensive as for isolated gas-phase molecules. This occurs because of the energy release accompanying charge transfer from the impurity to the He$^{+}$ hole created by electron bombardment. However, in experiments with glycine, polyglycine peptide chains, and alkane hydrocarbon chains we found that if a few molecules of water are co-embedded with these molecules, the fragmentation of the latter is drastically reduced or completely eliminated. On the other hand, the fragmentation of alkanethiols remains unaffected. On the basis of these observations, it is proposed that the fragmentation ``buffering'' effect may correlate with the magnitude of the impurity's electric dipole moment, which steers the migration of the ionizing He$^{+ }$hole through the droplet.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
10:48AM - 11:00AM

 
A26.00011: Path integral investigation of the electronic spectra of He-tetracene clusters
Heather D. Whitley , K. Birgitta Whaley

Planar aromatic molecules (PAMs) are nanoscale precursors to bulk graphite. Their electronic spectra have been extensively studied in $^{4}$He nanodroplets and show a number of unusual spectroscopic features. We have conducted many-body quantum simulations of tetracene in He nanodroplets to probe the 1.1 cm$^{-1}$ spectral splitting of the electronic origin seen for this PAM. We calculate spectral shifts and He density profiles via path integral quantum Monte Carlo simulations. The spectral splitting is examined using a path integral correlation function approach to determine the lowest-lying vibrational excitation frequencies for small He$_{N}$-tetracene clusters. Simulations in the S$_{1}$ state of tetracene utilize a semi-empirical perturbative interaction potential for a He atom with a PAM. Results for the splitting of the electronic origin and the spectral shifts are in good agreement with experiment. Prepared by LLNL under Contract DE-AC52-07NA27344.    [Preview Abstract]

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Session B26: Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules II

Sponsoring Units: DCP
Chair: Roland Wester, University of Freiburg
Morial Convention Center - 218


 

Monday, March 10, 2008
11:15AM - 11:51AM

 
B26.00001: Molecular collision studies with Stark-decelerated beams
Invited Speaker: Gerard Meijer

Molecular scattering behaviour has generally proven difficult to study at low collision energies. We formed a molecular beam of OH radicals with a narrow velocity distribution and a tunable velocity by passing the beam through a Stark decelerator [1]. The transition probabilities for inelastic scattering of the OH radicals with Xe atoms were measured as a function of the collision energy in the range of 50 to 400 wavenumbers. The behaviour of the cross-sections for inelastic scattering near the energetic thresholds was accurately measured, and excellent agreement was obtained with cross-sections derived from coupled- channel calculations on ab initio computed potential energy surfaces [2]. For collision studies at lower energies, the decelerated beams of molecules can be loaded into a variety of traps. In these traps, electric fields are used to keep the molecules confined in a region of space where they can be studied in complete isolation from the (hot) environment. Typically, 10$^5$ state- selected molecules can be trapped for times up to several seconds at a density of 10$^7$ mol/cm$^3$ and at a temperature of several tens of mK [3]. The long interaction time afforded by the trap has been exploited to measure the infrared radiative lifetime of vibrationally excited OH radicals, for instance, as well as to study the far-infrared optical pumping of these polar molecules due to blackbody radiation [4]. As an alternative to these traps, we have demonstrated an electrostatic storage ring for neutral molecules. In its simplest form, a storage ring is a trap in which the molecules - rather than having a minimum potential energy at a single location in space - have a minimum potential energy on a circle. To fully exploit the possibilities offered by a ring structure, it is imperative that the molecules remain in a bunch as they revolve around the ring. This ensures a high density of stored molecules, moreover, this makes it possible to inject multiple - either co-linear or counter propagating - packets into the ring without affecting the packet(s) already stored. We have recently demonstrated a prototype molecular synchrotron, which will be used as a low-energy collider for neutral molecules in the future [5].\newline [1] H.L. Bethlem, G. Berden, and G. Meijer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, (1999) 1558-1561.\newline [2] J.J. Gilijamse, S. Hoekstra, S.Y.T. van de Meerakker, G.C. Groenenboom, and G. Meijer, Science 313, (2006) 1617-1620.\newline [3] S.Y.T. van de Meerakker, P.H.M. Smeets, N. Vanhaecke, R.T. Jongma, and G. Meijer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, (2005) Artn. 023004.\newline [4] S. Hoekstra, J.J. Gilijamse, B. Sartakov, N. Vanhaecke, L. Scharfenberg, S.Y.T. van de Meerakker, and G. Meijer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, (2007) Artn. 133001.\newline [5] C.E. Heiner, D. Carty, G. Meijer, and H.L. Bethlem, Nature Physics 3, (2007) 115-118.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
11:51AM - 12:03PM

 
B26.00002: Magnetoelectrostatic trapping of neutral OH molecules
Brian Sawyer , Benjamin Stuhl , Benjamin Lev , Mark Yeo , Dajun Wang , Jun Ye

Advances in cold molecule production promise to profoundly impact research on precision measurement, quantum information, and controlled chemistry. To this end, we employ a Stark decelerator to remove 99.5{\%} of the center-of-mass kinetic energy of a supersonic beam of ground-state OH molecules. We subsequently trap a 70 mK sample of the decelerated molecules at a density of $>$10$^{5}$ cm$^{-3}$ within a magnetic quadrupole whose center lies $\sim $1cm from the decelerator exit. Our magnetoelectrostatic trap (MET) design allows for the addition of an electric field of variable magnitude to the trapped sample to facilitate polar-molecule collision studies. We report progress toward observation of cold collisions between samples of polar molecules.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
12:03PM - 12:15PM

 
B26.00003: Photodissociation of SO$_2$ as a way to cold atoms and molecules
Lisdat Christian , Oleg Bucicov , Marcin Nowak , Sebastian Jung , Eberhard Tiemann

We discuss the possibility to use the photodissociation of cold SO$_2$ molecules to produce internally and translationally cold photofragments SO and O. It is expected from our measurements of the molecular Stark effect~[1] that the dissociation pathways and excess energies of the fragments are tunable by electric fields~[2]. Cold SO$_2$ molecules are produced by Stark deceleration. We have realized a Stark decelerator that is able to slow down packages SO$_2$ in weak-field seeking levels to a few 10~m/s center of mass velocity. A Stark decelerator with 326~stages is required for this purpose, since the ratio of Stark shift to initial kinetic energy is small for SO$_2$. The photofragments SO and O have triplet ground states, while the ground state of SO$_2$ is diamagnetic. In combination with the photodissociation at the threshold we want to employ this constellation to accumulate fragments in a magnetic trap by dissociating SO$_2$ as it is stopped by electric fields in the center of the trap. \newline [1] J. Phys. B \textbf{39}, S1085 (2006). \newline [2] Phys. Rev.~A \textbf{74}, 040701(R) (2006).    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
12:15PM - 12:27PM

 
B26.00004: Alternating gradient focusing and deceleration of large molecules
Kirstin Wohlfart , Fabian Gr\"atz , Frank Filsinger , Gerard Meijer , Jochen K\"upper

During the last decade, fascinating progress has been made in the spectroscopy of the ``molecular building blocks of life''. Meanwhile, our group has been developing methods to decelerate neutral, polar molecules using time varying inhomogeneous electric fields. Extending these techniques to bio-molecules would allow, for instance, to increase observation times for precision spectroscopy or to separate different conformers. However, for such large molecules all states are practically high-field seeking. Therefore, alternating gradient focusing has to be applied. Here, we demonstrate the focusing and deceleration of benzonitrile (C$_7$H$_5$N) from a molecular beam. Benzonitrile is prototypical for large asymmetric top molecules that exhibits rich rotational structure and a high density of states. It is decelerated in its absolute ground state from 320~m/s to 289~m/s, and similar velocity changes are obtained for excited rotational states. We are setting up a longer alternating gradient decelerator, which will enable us to decelerate benzonitrile or larger molecules to much lower velocities and to thereby completely separate the decelerated packet from the rest of the beam pulse.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
12:27PM - 1:03PM

 
B26.00005: Production and Trapping of Ultracold Polar RbCs Molecules
Invited Speaker: David DeMille

Our group has recently demonstrated the ability to assemble ultracold, polar molecules from laser-cooled atoms. We use photoassociation followed by stimulated emission pumping to produce RbCs molecules in their absolute ground state, at temperatures $T\sim 100\mu \mbox{K}$. In recent work, we have moved towards the goal of accumulated large, high-density samples of ultracold RbCs. Here we present new results on the trapping and collisional properties of RbCs in levels of high vibrational excitation.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
1:03PM - 1:15PM

 
B26.00006: Multistage Zeeman deceleration of hydrogen
S.D. Hogan , A. Wiederkehr , M. Andrist , H. Schmutz , B. Lambillotte , F. Merkt

With the goals of: (i) performing ultra-high resolution spectroscopy with long interaction times between a cloud of cold atoms or molecules and a narrow bandwidth radiation field, and (ii) studying cold reactive collisions in which the kinetic energies and quantum states of the colliding particles may be controlled to a high degree, a multi-stage Zeeman decelerator for neutral radicals has recently been developed in our laboratory. This instrument relies on the same concept of phase stability employed in charged particle accelerators. It opens up the possibility to manipulate the translational motion of a wider range of species than has been demonstrated using other quantum-state-selective techniques such as multi-stage Stark deceleration, and applies to a very different class of species than those to which Rydberg Stark deceleration is appropriate. The results of a recent series of experiments in which we have decelerated ground state hydrogen will be presented along with progress toward three-dimensional magnetic trapping of the decelerated radicals. In these experiments magnetic fields of 1-2~T are pulsed in each of the coils which make up the decelerator for tens of microseconds, with rise and fall times shorter than 5~$\mu$s. We have characterized the decelerated part of the gas pulse and studied the effect of zero field time windows, in which electron spin flips can occur, on the deceleration process.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
1:15PM - 1:27PM

 
B26.00007: Kinetics of Cold Molecule Production in ``Kinematic'' Cooling
Jeffrey Kay , Kevin Strecker , David Chandler

``Kinematic'' cooling is a general technique by which a vast array of molecules can be translationally cooled using crossed atomic and molecular beams. The success of the technique relies primarily on the existence of an approximate mass degeneracy between the molecule to be cooled and its atomic (or molecular) collision partner. Here, we discuss factors that affect the efficiency of cold molecule production by this method, as well as schemes that may allow tunability of the velocity and temperature of the cold molecules on a fine scale.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
1:27PM - 1:39PM

 
B26.00008: A new source for quantum optics with biomolecules and biomolecular clusters
Markus Marksteiner , Philipp Haslinger , Hendrik Ulbricht , Markus Arndt

We present recent progress towards matter wave experiments with amino acids, polypeptides and large biomolecular clusters. All successful experiments on macromolecule interferometry so far, with fullerenes, fullerene derivates and large perfluoroalkyl-functionalized azobenzenes used effusive beam sources. The combination of Stark deflectometry with quantum interferometry also allowed us to create a new device for precisely measuring electric susceptibilities of large molecules in the gas phase. In order to apply quantum interference to molecules of biological interest, we have now implemented a pulsed laser desorption source. The combination of UV laser desorption into an intense noble gas jet and single-photon ionization by a VUV excimer laser (157nm) allows us to observe intense neutral jets of amino acids (e.g. Tryptophan), nucleotides (e.g. Guanin) and polypeptides ranging from tri-peptides to Gramicidin. Remarkably, we also found a new method for producing large neutral amino acid clusters, such as for instance Trp$_{30}$, with masses exceeding 6000 amu: the addition of alkaline Earth salts in the desorption process leads to the inclusion of at least one metal atom per complex and is sufficient to catalyze the cluster formation process.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
1:39PM - 2:15PM

 
B26.00009: Collisions of ultracold molecules
Invited Speaker: Hanns-Christoph Naegerl

In our experiments we routinely produce ultracold trapped samples of dimer molecules out of a Cs atomic gas by exploiting the atom-dimer coupling near Feshbach resonances. We explore the rich molecular structure for the Cs dimers near the atomic threshold by consecutive state transfer after initial dimer production and produce atom-dimer mixtures for which we measure the atom-dimer collisional rate as a function of magnetic field at temperatures down to 40 nK. We find resonant enhancement of this rate for sufficiently small dimer binding energies for which coupling to an Efimov trimer state is possible. We also produce pure dimer samples for which we measure the collisional loss rate. For a weakly bound molecular s-state this rate depends strongly on temperature and on the applied magnetic field. We will also discuss first results from our experiment on producing ultracold ro-vibrational ground state molecules for the case of Cs dimers and RbCs starting from weakly bound molecules which initially are produced on a Feshbach resonance.    [Preview Abstract]

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Session D26: Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules III

Sponsoring Units: DCP
Chair: Wolfgang Jaeger, University of Alberta
Morial Convention Center - 218


 

Monday, March 10, 2008
2:30PM - 3:06PM

 
D26.00001: Spectroscopy of large hydrogen clusters in He droplets and H$_{2}$ droplets.
Invited Speaker: Takamasa Momose

Clusters of molecular hydrogen (H$_{2}$) at low temperatures have been attracted much attention because of the possible superfluid phase of molecular hydrogen. Parahydrogen has been predicted to undergo Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) and to exhibit a superfluid phase below 6 K. However, since the freezing point of H$_{2}$ (14 K) is much higher than the predicted superfluid transltion temperature, the supercooling of bulk H$_{2}$ system has not been achieved despite many attempts. Clusters are known to exhibit lower freezing and melting temperatures than their bulk system due to the size effect. In addition, the melting temperature may become significantly lower than the freezing temperature in such clusters, and coexistence of liquid and solid phases between the melting and freezing temperatures has been predicted theoretically. Thus, clusters of molecular hydrogen are very appealing system for the observation of possible superfluid phase of molecular hydrogen. Since superfluid is a macroscopic property, we have studied properties of hydrogen clusters with fairly large size ($N=100 - 10^{6}$) by using He droplet spectroscopy. Some advantages of using droplet spectroscopy for this study include (1) cluster size can be precisely controlled by its pickup process, and (2) the temperature of clusters is well defined. Laser induced fluorescence of several molecules doped in H$_{2}$ clusters showed clear evidence of non-rigidity of hydrogen clusters at 0.4 K or 4 K. We have also observed a clear difference in the LIF spectra between {\it parahydrogen} and {\it orthohydrogen} clusters. We will discuss the properties of large parahydrogen clusters from the dependence on the cluster size and concentration of orthohydrogen.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
3:06PM - 3:18PM

 
D26.00002: Hydrogen clusters that remained fluid
Kirill Kuyanov-Prozument , Andrey Vilesov

\textit{Para}-H$_{2}$ may constitute the only other superfluid besides helium. The superfluid transition temperature is predicted to be around 2 K, well below freezing of H$_{2}$ at 13.8 K. Numerous attempts to supercool macroscopic H$_{2}$ samples proved to be unsuccessful. Our approach includes formation of H$_{2}$ clusters in a pulsed cryogenic nozzle beam expansion of a neat $p$H$_{2}$ gas as well as \textbf{\textit{X}}\textbf{{\%}} of $p$H$_{2}$ diluted in He and interrogation via Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering. At \textbf{\textit{X}}\textbf{ = 2 -- 100 {\%}} the frequency of the vibrational Q$_{1}$(0) line in clusters remains constant at about $\nu $ = 4149.7 cm$^{-1}$ very similar to 4149.6 cm$^{-1}$ as in solid $p$H$_{2}$ and lower than in liquid $p$H$_{2 }$at 18 K (4151.9 cm$^{-1})$. The rotational S$_{0}$(0) transition show some characteristic crystal field splitting having magnitude of about 6 cm$^{-1}$. The splitting pattern is different from that in the \textit{hcp} solid, suggesting different structure in solid $p$H$_{2}$ clusters. At \textbf{\textit{X}}\textbf{ $\le $ 2 {\%}}, the frequency of the Q$_{1}$(0) line increases to about 4150.5 cm$^{-1}$, which is consistent with that expected in the supercooled liquid. The S$_{0}$(0) transition in these clusters, consisting of about 5 x 10$^{4}$ molecules, appears as a single line at the same frequency as in liquid $p$H$_{2}$. The temperature of these supercooled clusters is estimated to be less than about 1 K. Possible superfluidity of the clusters is discussed.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
3:18PM - 3:30PM

 
D26.00003: Three-body interactions in liquid and solid hydrogen: Evidence from vibrational spectroscopy
Robert Hinde

In the cryogenic low-density liquid and solid phases of H$_2$ and D$_2$, the H$_2$ and D$_2$ molecules retain good rotational and vibrational quantum numbers that characterize their internal degrees of freedom. High-resolution infrared and Raman spectroscopic experiments provide extremely sensitive probes of these degrees of freedom. We present here fully-first-principles calculations of the infrared and Raman spectra of liquid and solid H$_2$ and D$_2$, calculations that employ a high-quality six-dimensional coupled-cluster H$_2$-H$_2$ potential energy surface and quantum Monte Carlo treatments of the single-molecule translational degrees of freedom. The computed spectra agree very well with experimental results once we include three-body interactions among the molecules, interactions which we also compute using coupled-cluster quantum chemical methods. We predict the vibrational spectra of liquid and solid H$_2$ at several temperatures and densities to provide a framework for interpreting recent experiments designed to search for superfluid behavior in small H$_2$ droplets. We also present preliminary calculations of the spectra of mixed H$_2$/D$_2$ solids that show how positional disorder affects the spectral line shapes in these systems.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
3:30PM - 3:42PM

 
D26.00004: Rotational spectrum of small, doped $^{3}$He clusters
Tatjana Skrbic , Saverio Moroni , Stefano Baroni

In recent years, symmetry-adapted imaginary-time correlation functions have been extensively used to study the rotational spectrum of doped $^{4}$He clusters within the frame of the reptation quantum Monte Carlo method. The success of this approach relies on the choice of suitable correlation functions, whose spectral resolution is dominated by few, well separated eigenvalues of the Hamiltonian. Under these conditions, reliable excitation energies can be extracted by inverse Laplace transform. This method has been tailored for bosons, due to the positivity of the ground-state wave-function and to the distinctive scarcity of low-lying states. For sufficiently small systems, however, the states of the discrete spectrum can be calculated in the same manner also with Fermi statistics, using appropriate generalizations of the correlation functions. We present rotational spectra for small $^{3}$He clusters doped with molecules --such as CO2 and OCS-- whose effective moments of inertia, in $^{4}$He clusters, feature a non-trivial dependence on the system size, with a pronounced turnaround for less than 10 atoms.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
3:42PM - 4:18PM

 
D26.00005: Quantum melting and superfluidity of molecular hydrogen clusters
Invited Speaker: Massimo Boninsegni

Clusters of parahydroge comprising between 10 and 50 molecules have been extensively studied by computer simulations based on the continuous-space Worm Algorithm, which allows one to go down to temperatures as low as a few hundredths of a K. These clusters display an intriguing interplay of liquid- and solid-like behavior as a function of both temperature and cluster size. In this sense, their physics is far richer than that of helium clusters. An intriguing phenomenon predicted by our simulations is {\it quantum melting}, whereby clusters in some size range (roughly between 22 and 30 molecules) are observed to go from rigid, solid-like, to essentially structureless and liquid-like as the temperature is lowered, due to the onset of quantum exchange cycles involving all the molecules in the cluster. At low temperature these clusters turn superfluid; their local superfluid response has been analyzed, and found to be essentially uniform throughout the system in the $T\to 0$ limit, even in clusters with a pronounced shell structure. In particular, exchanges involving molecules in the inner and outer shells are shown to be underlying the superfluid response. This system can also allow one to gain insight into the relationship of the superfluid properties with Bose condensation, and aspect that has been thoroughly investigated.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
4:18PM - 4:30PM

 
D26.00006: Alkaline Earth Metal Atom Complexes with HCN Trapped On/In Helium Droplets: Vibrational Excitation Induced Solvation and Desolvation
Gary Douberly

Infrared laser spectroscopy is used to probe the rotational dynamics of the binary HCN-M (M=Ca, Sr) complexes, either solvated within or bound to helium droplets. The ``surface bound'' spectral signatures reported previously for the HCN-alkali atom complexes are observed for both species, while a second band is observed for HCN-Ca that corresponds to a solvated species. IR-IR double resonance spectroscopy is used to probe the interconversion of the two distinct HCN-Ca populations. Above a threshold droplet size, vibrational excitation results in the solvation of the surface bound HCN-Sr complex.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
4:30PM - 4:42PM

 
D26.00007: Imaging Photoelectron Dynamics in Doped Helium Droplets
Chia Wang , Oleg Kornilov , Darcy Peterka , Jeong Kim , Oliver Gessner , Daniel Neumark

Photoionization of He droplets doped with Xe and Kr atoms have been investigated by photoelectron imaging utilizing VUV synchrotron radiation. Photoelectron images were recorded over a wide range of He droplet sizes, photon energies, and dopant pick-up conditions. Significant ionization of dopants was observed at 21.6 eV, the absorption maximum of 2${ }^1P$electronic excited state of He droplets, suggesting an indirect ionization via excitation transfer. Photoelectron images and spectra indicate multiple pathways for photoelectrons generated by this process to escape the droplet. Special attention is paid to the excitation transfer dynamics and the electron relaxation in He droplets. It is found that excitation transfer from 2${ }^1P$state to dopants competes with relaxation to the lower 2${ }^1S$ state. The excitation is likely a localized exciton that transfers the energy to the dopant via a dipole-dipole hopping mechanism. The conduction band of He droplets as a function of droplet size is also observed. The conduction band edge reaches the bulk limit for the largest He droplets. The electron under the conduction band becomes trapped and forms an electron bubble that escapes the droplet by transcending a barrier near the liquid/vapor interface.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
4:42PM - 4:54PM

 
D26.00008: Interchange-Tunneling Splitting in HCl Dimer in Helium Nanodroplets
Dmitry Skvortsov , Russell Sliter , Myong Yong Choi , Andrey F. Vilesov

Infrared spectra of HCl dimers have been obtained in helium nanodroplets. The splitting in the vibrationally excited state of the bonded H-Cl stretching band ($v_{2})$ in (H$^{35}$Cl - H$^{37}$Cl) dimers was obtained to be 2.7 cm$^{-1}$ as compared to 3.7 cm$^{-1}$ in free dimer. From the splitting, the strength of the interchange-tunneling interaction in liquid helium was obtained to be 0.85 cm$^{-1}$, which is about a factor of two smaller than in the free dimer. The results are compared with the previous spectroscopic study of (HF)$_{2}$ in He droplets as well as to the theoretical study of (HF)$_{2}$ and (HCl)$_{2}$ dimers in small He clusters.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
4:54PM - 5:06PM

 
D26.00009: Path integral studies of methane rotations in $^4$He clusters
Nikolay Markovskiy , Chi Mak

Path integral simulations have been carried out to study the rotations of a methane inside a single shell of $^4$He atoms at 0.3~K to address the question of whether dopant molecule rotations can be used to probe the quantum statistics and superfluidity of the shell. We examined the effects of the probe molecule on the $^4$He exchanges and their counter effects on the renormalized rotation constant of the probe systematically by varying the intrinsic moment of inertia of the methane. The observed effects show strong dependence on the intrinsic moment of inertia of the rotating probe, with a heavy probe favoring stronger templating of the $^4$He density and a corresponding suppression of exchanges in the shell, as well as a large renormalization in the probe's effective rotation constant, while a light probe shows almost no effect on the shell density or the effective rotation constant. These results can be rationalized in terms of a rotational smearing effect and suggest that there is no clearly quantifiable relationship between the superfluid fraction of the shell and the renormalized rotation constant of the probe for cases where the probe molecule has weak anisotropic interactions with the $^4$He atoms.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
5:06PM - 5:18PM

 
D26.00010: Pump-probe spectroscopy of Rg-Br$_2$ linear isomers
Jordan Pio , Craig Bieler , Wytze van der Veer , Kenneth Janda

We have recorded and analyzed the \mbox{\textit{X}$\rightarrow$\textit{B}} spectra for three Rg--Br-Br linear isomers [Rg = He, Ne, Ar] using pump-probe spectroscopy. This work is an interesting test case for the transition from quantum to quasi-classical dynamics, and how the dynamics are interconnected with changes in the potential energy surface. Helium is not only much lighter than argon, but the He-Br$_2$ potential well is much shallower than that of Ar-Br$_2$. Excitation spectra to individual Rg-Br$_2$ (\textit{B}, $\nu$') intermolecular potentials were recorded by probing the Br$_2$ (\textit{B}, $\nu$') asymptotic limit of the potential while scanning the pump laser. The continuum spectra of the three species are very different, with the He-Br$_2$ spectrum peaking at threshold while the Ar-Br$_2$ spectrum is negligible at threshold and strongly blue shifted. The linear Ne-Br$_2$ bond energy was measured to be \mbox{71 $\pm$ 3 cm$^{-1}$} by the threshold energy for the onset of the continuum. Since excitation tends to move electron density to the $\sigma^*$ orbital of the Br-Br bond near the rare gas atom, the intramolecular stretching vibration (Br-Br) and the intermolecular stretching vibration (Rg-Br) are strongly coupled. The experiments will be compared to a two dimensional model using the best available potential energy functions.    [Preview Abstract]

 

Monday, March 10, 2008
5:18PM - 5:30PM

 
D26.00011: Time-resolved photoionization of He droplets using high-harmonic
Oleg Kornilov , Oliver Gessner , Mathew Leonard , Stephen Leone , Daniel Neumark , Chun-Te Peng , Chia Wang

Helium droplets are widely used as nanocontainers for matrix-isolated rotational, vibrational and electronic spectroscopy. Their superfluid nature and low temperatures (0.37K) provide gentle environment for embedded atoms, molecules and complexes. However, most of the traditional spectroscopic techniques are not efficient for pure droplets, because of the very high energies of electronic transitions. One of the recent studies [1] conducted using synchrotron light demonstrated very interesting phenomena in photoionization of pure He droplets. It has been shown that below the threshold for He atom photoionization essentially zero kinetic energy electrons are emitted independent of the wavelength of the photoionizing radiation. In this contribution a new experiment will be presented utilizing a novel source of VUV radiation based on the high-harmonic generation. In this process femtosecond pulses of radiation are created, which will be used in a VUV-pump/IR-probe scheme to study dynamics of photoionization of He droplets. First results towards the time-dependent photoelectron spectra will be presented. [1] D. Peterka \textit{et al}, Phys. Rev. Lett. \textbf{91}, 043401 (2003)    [Preview Abstract]

 

 

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Abernathy, Douglas
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Adagideli, Inanc
Universitaet Regensburg
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Ahn, Charles
Yale University Department of Applied Physics
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Akimitsu, Jun
Department of Physics and Mathematics, Aoyama Gakuin University
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Akundi, Murty
Xavier University of Louisiana
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Akundi, Murty
Xavier University of Louisiana
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Alben, Silas
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Allen, Emily
Dept. of Materials Engineering, San Jose State University
Session Q7.00001 The Role of Engineering Design in Materials Science and Engineering Curricula Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Allen, J.W.
University of Michigan
Session H5.00001 Angle-resolved Photoemission of CeCoIn$_5$: Detailed Comparison to LDA and LDA+DMFT Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Alloul, Henri
LPS - CNRS
Session Y31.00001 Charge order and anomalous magnetism in the Na cobaltates Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Almaas, Eivind
Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab
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Alsing, Paul M.
Air Force Research Laboratory
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Altman, Ehud
Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science
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Amador Kane, Suzanne
Physics Department, Haverford College
Session J5.00002 Faculty Work-Family Issues: Finding the Balance at a Liberal Arts College Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Ambrosch-Draxl, Claudia
Department of Materials Physics, University of Leoben, Franz-Josef-Stra{\ss}e 18, A-8700 Leoben, Austria
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Anderson, Philip
Princeton University
Session A5.00005 Vortex liquid Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Ando, T.
Materials Science Research Laboratory, CRIEPI, Tokyo, Japan
Session P14.00005 High-speed AFM for Studying Dynamic Biomolecular Processes Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Ando, Y.
ISIR, Osaka University
Session U2.00001 Transport anisotropy as a signature of electron nematicity Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Anthamatten, Mitchell
University of Rochester
Session A21.00004 Unique Properties of Reversibly Associating Polymer Networks Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Antonoyiannakis, Manolis
(1) Physical Review Letters (2) Columbia University
Session S7.00002 A Road Less Traveled: An Editorial Career Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Aoki, Yuki
Rutgers University
Session A5.00003 Frequency dependence and Hysteretic behavior in Non-Classical Rotational Inertia of Solid $^{4}$He Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Appelbaum, Ian
University of Delaware
Session P33.00005 Spin Transport in Silicon Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Appenzeller, Joerg
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Session S2.00005 One-dimensional semiconductors for low-power electronic applications Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Archer, Lynden
Cornell University
Session W4.00005 Nanoparticle Ionic Fluids Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Armitage, N. Peter
The Johns Hopkins University
Session Q4.00001 Survival of superconducting correlations across the two-dimensional superconductor-insulator transition: A finite-frequency study Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Asghari, Mehdi
Kotura
Session B3.00004 Silicon Detectors, Sensors and Ultrafast Interconnect. Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Ashbaugh, Henry S.
Tulane University
Session Q17.00002 Contrasting Nonaqueous against Aqueous Solvation on the Basis of Scaled-Particle Theory Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Aspelmeyer, Markus
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Session X4.00005 Towards experimental optomechanical entanglement between a movable mirror and a cavity field. Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Astumian, Dean
University of Maine
Session L16.00005 Trajectories of a Brownian Motor Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Atwater, Harry
Applied Physics, Caltech
Session V28.00001 Plasmonic Metamaterials and Devices Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Aubry, Serge
Laboratoire L\'eon Brillouin, CEA Saclay
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Auslaender, Ophir
Stanford University
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Austin, Robert
Princeton University
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Avouris, Phaedon
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
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Bacon, Dave
University of Washington
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Bagayoko, Diola
Southern University and A\&M College
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Baldo, Marc
MIT, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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Balsara, Nitash
University of California Berkeley
Session V18.00001 Thermodynamics, Structure and Transport in Model Fuel Cell Membranes Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Bao, Zhenan
 
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Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo
Northeastern University and Notre Dame University
Session U39.00001 From network dynamics to human activity and mobility patters Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Baranov, Mikhail
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Session X9.00007 Ultracold dipolar gases -- challenge for Experiments and Theory Room: Morial Convention Center RO7
Barbara, Bernard
CNRS, Institut N\'eel, Grenoble
Session L5.00003 Activated quantum criticality of complex systems Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Barrett, Jonathan
University of Cambridge
Session L14.00001 General probabilistic theories for quantum foundations and quantum information Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Baruah, Tunna
University of Texas at El Paso
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Bausch, Andreas
Technische Universit\"at M\"unchen
Session H7.00003 Cytoskeletal mechanics: Structure and Dynamics Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Baym, Gordon
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Beck, Matthew J.
Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University
Session D19.00001 Stability and Dynamics of Frenkel Pairs in Silicon Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Beggs, John
Indiana University
Session W7.00003 A continuous phase transition in neocortical slice networks Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Behnia, Kamran
LPEM (CNRS - ESPCI) , Paris
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Beratan, David
Duke University
Session D6.00001 Theory of Electron Transfer and Transport Pathways in Biomolecules Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Berezovsky, J.
Center for Spintronics and Quantum Computation, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106
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Bernevig, B.A.
Princeton University
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Berry, Michael
Princeton University
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Bett, Andreas W.
Fraunhofer-Institut fur Solare Energie Systeme
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Bienenstock, Arthur
Stanford University
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Binder, K.
Institut f\"ur Physik, Johannes-Gutenberg-Universit\"at Mainz, 55099 Mainz, Germany
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Birge, Robert
University of Connecticut
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Bishop, David
Bell Labs, LGS, Alcatel-Lucent
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Bjork, Mikael
IBM Research Zurich
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Blais, A.
Universite de Sherbrooke
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Bloch, Immanuel
Johannes Gutenberg Universit\"at Mainz
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Block, Steven
Stanford University
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Blugel, Stefan
Forschungszentrum Julich, Germany
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Blumberg, G.
Bell Laboratories, Alcatel-Lucent
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Boninsegni, Massimo
University of Alberta
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Boudaoud, Arezki
LPS ENS
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Bourianoff, George I.
Intel
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Boxer, Steven
Stanford University
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Bracco, Annalisa
Georgia Tech
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Brangwynne, Clifford
Max Planck Institute
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Bratkovsky, A.M.
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
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Breedveld, Victor
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Bringa, Eduardo M.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Brinkman, Alexander
Condensed Matter Physics and Devices Group, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente
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Britten, Richard
Eastern Virginia Medical School
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Brochard-Wyart, Francoise
Institut Curie
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Brodholt, John
Dept. of Earth Sciences, UCL
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Broholm, Collin
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218
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Brooks, Harold
National Severe Storms Laboratory
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Broun, David
Simon Fraser University
Session S6.00002 Superfluid density in the underdoped cuprates Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Brown, Craig
NIST Center for Neutron Research
Session S36.00001 Enhancing the interaction strength and capacities of hydrogen storage via surface adsorption Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Brown, Hugh
University of Wollongong
Session U3.00003 Adhesion Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Bruinsma, Robijn
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA
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Bryant, Zev
Stanford University Schools of Medicine and Engineering
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Bucher, Jean-Pierre
Universit\'e Louis Pasteur, Institut de Physique et Chimie des Mat\'eriaux de Strasbourg
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Bulaevskii, Lev
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session X5.00003 Radiation Due to Josephson Oscillations in Layered Superconductors. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Burch, Kenneth
Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Burkard, Guido
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
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Buyers, Bill
National Research Council, Chalk River
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Callaghan, Paul
Victoria University of Wellington
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Campas, Otger
Harvard University
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Campuzano, J.C.
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60607
Session S4.00002 Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Carlsson, Anders
Washington University in St. Louis
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Castleman, A.
Pennsylvania State University
Session D21.00001 From Superatoms to Cluster Assembled Materials Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Ceder, Gerbrand
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Ceperley, David
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Ceresoli, Davide
SISSA, Trieste
Session S5.00004 Non-perturbative ab-initio calculation of the g-tensor in periodic boundary conditions Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Chaikin, Paul
New York University
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Chan, H.B.
University of Florida
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Chang, R.
Northwestern University
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Cheatham, Thomas
University of Utah
Session J6.00001 Artifact or reality? Force field issues in the simulation proteins and nucleic acids Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Chen, Sow-Hsin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Cheong, S.W.
R-CEM and Dept. of Physics \& Astronomy, Rutgers Univ., USA
Session Y4.00002 Symmetry in Multiferroics Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Chu, Jhih-Wei
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
Session L7.00002 Bridging time-scale gaps via reaction path optimization Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Cicoira, Fabio
Department of Material Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 14853-1501 and INP - CNR Via alla Cascata 56c Povo (TN), 38050, Italy
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Civale, Leonardo
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session L10.00004 Exploring the limits to vortex pinning in superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center RO8
Civelli, Marcello
Institut Laue Langevin
Session X7.00003 Nodal/Antinodal Dichotomy and the Two Gaps of a Superconducting Doped Mott Insulator Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Cohen, Marvin
UC Berkeley
Session J2.00003 Condensed Matter Theory: From Models to First Principles Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Cohen, Morrel H.
Rutgers University; Princeton University
Session D1.00004 The Partition Problem; Insights from Density Functional Theory Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Colby, Ralph
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802-5007
Session P3.00002 Polyelectrolyte Solutions Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Coldea, Radu
University of Bristol, UK
Session D23.00007 Charge order and frustrated magnetism in the orbitally-degenerate triangular metallic antiferromagnet AgNiO2 Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Collett, Jeffrey
Department of Physics, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI
Session J7.00003 Integrating Condensed Matter Physics into a Liberal Arts Physics Curriculum Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Collins, Stephen
Academy of the Sacred Heart
Session U7.00003 Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Compton, Robert
University of Minnesota
Session B32.00006 Dynamics of a pinned magnetic vortex Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Cooper, Valentino
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Session U13.00001 Self-consistent van der Waals density functional: Development and Applications Room: Morial Convention Center 204
Corbitt, Thomas
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session X4.00004 Laser Cooling of Gram Scale Objects Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Cox, Susan
NHMFL, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session A23.00001 Sliding charge density wave in manganites Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Crone, Wendy
Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison
Session U7.00001 Bringing Nano to the Public through Informal Science Education Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Cronin, Stephen
University of Southern of California
Session S29.00001 \textit{In situ} Raman Spectroscopy of Suspended Carbon Nanotubes under High Voltage Bias Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Crooker, Scott
NHMFL, LANL
Session P2.00003 Imaging the Drift and Diffusion of Optically- and Electrically-Injected Spins in Semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Crosby, Alfred
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Session A4.00005 Wrinkling, Crumpling and Snapping for Surface Property Control Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Crowell, P.
University of Minnesota
Session B2.00002 Spin Transport in Ferromagnet-Semiconductor Heterostructures Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Crowhurst, Jonathan
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Session H40.00001 Elasticity of (Mg,Fe)O through the spin transition of iron in the lower mantle Room: Morial Convention Center 232
Cumings, John
Materials Science and Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park
Session Q6.00002 Artificial Kagome Spin Ice Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Curro, John
University of New Mexico
Session H3.00002 Application of Integral Equation Theory to Polymers in the Condensed State Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Cywinski, Lukasz
Condensed Matter Theory Center, University of Maryland
Session D33.00011 Ultrafast Photoinduced Demagnetization in (III,Mn)V Ferromagnetic Semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 224
D'Agosta, Roberto
University of California - San Diego
Session U13.00002 Stochastic Time-Dependent Current-Density Functional Theory Room: Morial Convention Center 204
Dabiri, John
California Institute of Technology
Session A9.00004 Lagrangian studies of animal swimming and aquatic predator-prey interactions Room: Morial Convention Center RO7
Dailly, Anne
General Motors, R\&D center, CES Laboratory
Session Y6.00002 Hydrogen storage by physisorption on Metal Organic Frameworks Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Dalnoki-Veress, Kari
Department of Physics \& Astronomy and the Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research, McMaster University
Session L18.00001 John H. Dillon Medal Talk: Polymer Droplets Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Daniels, Karen
North Carolina State University
Session S3.00005 Faults \& Earthquakes as Granular Phenomena: Controls on Stick-Slip Dynamics Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Daniels-Race, Theda
Louisiana State University
Session L6.00002 Characterization of Hybrid Electronic Materials for Molecular Based Device Electronics Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Daoud, Mohamed
CEA Saclay
Session P3.00004 Percolation and Gelation Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Davis, J.C.
Cornell University, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Session J23.00001 Unidirectional charge modulations in underdoped cuprates observed with STM Room: Morial Convention Center 215
De Feyter, Steven
K.U.Leuven
Session L20.00001 Self-assembly at the liquid/solid interface: from patterns to function Room: Morial Convention Center 212
de Ruyter van Steveninck, Rob
Indiana University Bloomington
Session W7.00005 Optimal processing and the statistics of visual input signals Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Dean, Robert G.
University of Florida
Session H6.00004 Wetland Loss and Restoration Options in Southern Louisiana Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Degertekin, Levent
Georgia Institute of Technology
Session P14.00004 AFM probes with integrated electrostatic actuators for fast, quantitative imaging and force spectroscopy Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Delsing, P.
Chalmers University of Technology
Session H4.00003 Nanodevice sensors measured with rf- and microwave reflectometry Room: Morial Convention Center 206
DeMille, David
Yale University
Session B26.00005 Production and Trapping of Ultracold Polar RbCs Molecules
Derosa, Pedro
Louisiana Tech University/Grambling State University
Session L6.00001 Multi-Scale Modeling of Conductive Polymers Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Deshpande, Vikram
Applied Physics, Caltech
Session B1.00003 The One-Dimensional Wigner Crystal in Carbon Nanotubes Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Dessau, Dan
Department of Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309, USA
Session S4.00003 High Resolution Angle-Resolved Photoemission Studies of Correlated Electron Systems Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Detorie, Nicholas
Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, DC
Session S16.00001 The Evolution of External Beam Radiation Therapy (EBRT) from a Technological Perspective. Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Deutsch, Ivan
University of New Mexico
Session B6.00003 Quantum Control with Ultracold Atoms Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Devreese, Jozef
Theoretical Physics of the Solid State (TFVS), Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium
Session H4.00001 Integrated Functionality: Nanosensors Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Dhinojwala, Ali
The University of Akron
Session A4.00002 Carbon Nanotube-Based Synthetic Gecko Tapes Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Dial, Oliver
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session A1.00003 High Resolution Spectroscopy of the Quantum Hall Liquid Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Diebold, U.
Tulane Univ.
Session Q21.00002 Tailoring Surface Reactivity of Metal Oxides Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Disko, Mark
ExxonMobil Research \& Engineering Company
Session W5.00003 Chemical and Physical Sensing in the Petroleum Industry Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Dlott, Dana
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session H23.00001 Vibrational energy on surfaces: Ultrafast flash-thermal conductance of molecular monolayers Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Dobbins, Tabbetha
Grambling State University and Louisiana Tech University
Session L6.00005 New Possibilities for Understanding Complex Metal Hydrides via Synchrotron X-ray Studies Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Doering, Robert
Texas Instruments
Session V3.00005 50 Years of ``Scaling'' Jack Kilby's Invention Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Donahue, Neil
Carnegie Mellon University
Session S26.00002 The Dynamic Interaction of Chemistry and Phase Partitioning in Atmospheric Organic Aerosols Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Doty, Matthew
Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware
Session D4.00001 Spin tunneling in optically excited quantum dot molecules: Controlling g-factors with electric field Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Douglas, J.F.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Session V4.00005 Fluctuation Effects on Propagating Waves of Self-Assembly in Organosilane Monolayers. Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Dresselhaus, Mildred
MIT
Session J1.00001 Oliver E. Buckley Prize Talk: Why are we so excited about carbon nanostructures? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Drndic, Marija
University of Pennsylvania
Session W35.00001 TEBAL: Nanosculpting devices with electrons in a transmission electron microscope Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Dubey, Archana
UCF Orlando
Session J5.00001 Career Planning in Harmony with Family Values and Needs Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Dubon, Oscar
U.C. Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Session B2.00004 Ferromagnetism and localization in Ga$_{1-x}$Mn$_{x}$As, Ga$_{1-x}$Mn$_{x}$P, and in between Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Dubson, Michael
University of Colorado at Boulder
Session Q7.00004 Use of clickers and sustainable reform in upper-division physics courses Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Duine, Rembert
Utrecht University
Session A15.00004 Current-induced torques in magnetic textures and in antiferromagnets Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Duxbury, Phillip
Michigan State University
Session L39.00004 Role of microstructural heterogeneities on rupture of polycrystalline materials Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Earhart, Chris
Stanford University
Session X15.00004 Magnetic sifters and biochips for early diagnosis and therapy monitoring of cancer Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Eaves, Laurence
School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nottingham
Session A1.00004 Magnetotunneling spectroscopy: Imaging electron wavefunctions and measuring electron dispersion curves in GaMnAs- and GaAsN-based heterostructures Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Ebert, Ute
CWI Amsterdam and Eindhoven Univ. Techn.
Session V4.00004 Particle versus density models in spark formation: X-rays from pulled fronts? Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Edwards, Donald
Georgia State University
Session Y36.00001 Understanding the dynamical control of animal movement Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Efros, Alexander
Naval Research Laboratory
Session H33.00004 Theory of Optical Manipulation of Electron Spins in Semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Eigler, Donald
IBM Almaden Research Center
Session G1.00001 Classical Computation in Quantum Nanostructures: A Long Road to an Uncertain Future Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Emberly, Eldon
Physics, Simon Fraser University
Session A7.00002 Monomer exchange and the hourglass model of protein-based oscillators Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Enders, Axel
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Session B27.00001 Self-Assembled Growth and Magnetism of Ordered Cluster Arrays Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Endo, Morinobu
Shinshu University
Session B30.00001 Novel Functions in Double Walled Carbon Nanotubes Room: Morial Convention Center 222
Engel, Don
APS
Session S7.00001 Scientific Careers in Public Policy Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Eom, Chang-Beom
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session P23.00001 Strain tunability and domain structures of epitaxial (001) BiFeO$_{3}$ thin films Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Eriksson, Olle
Uppsala University
Session H21.00002 First Principles Theory of Supported Clusters with Complex Magnetic Order. Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Erzan, Ayse
Department of Physics, Istanbul Technical University, Maslak, Istanbul
Session J4.00001 Scientists in an alternative vision of a globalized world Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Evans, Evan
Boston University
Session V19.00002 Rare returns on lost effort! Dynamic refolding (after unfolding) of protein domains. Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Fabry, Ben
Department of Physics, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Session Q16.00001 Cell migration through connective tissue in 3-D Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Falco, Charles M.
University of Arizona
Session D3.00001 The Art and Materials Physics of the Motorcycle Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Falk, Michael
University of Michigan
Session S3.00002 Simulations of shear banding in metallic glasses Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Falko, Vladimir
Department of Physics, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YB, UK
Session P29.00001 Veselago lens and p-n junctions in graphene. Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Farge, Emmanuel
MGDET, UMR168 CNRS, Institut Curie11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie, F-75005, Paris, France
Session J17.00005 Forces driven by morphogenesis modulate Twist Expression to determine Anterior Mid-gut Differentiation in \textit{ Drosophila} embryos Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Fasolka, Michael
NIST Combinatorial Methods Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg MD 20899
Session Q22.00001 Combinatorial Methods for Polymer Physics: Tools for discovery that enable knowledge generation Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Fauci, Lisa
Department of Mathematics, Tulane University
Session D7.00003 Undulatory swimming in a viscoelastic fluid Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Feigenbaum, Mitchell
Rockefeller University
Session U1.00001 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Fennie, Craig
Argonne National Lab
Session V38.00001 In pursuit of strongly coupled multiferroic oxides Room: Morial Convention Center 230
Fernandez, Julio M.
Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027, USA
Session P14.00002 Studying Chemical Reactions, One Bond at a Time, with Single Molecule AFM Techniques Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Fert, A.
UMR CNRS/Thales, 91767 Palaiseau and Universit\'e Paris-Sud, 91405 Orsay, France
Session L1.00001 Recent developments and perspective in spintronics Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Fiebig, Manfred
HISKP, University of Bonn, Nussallee 14-16, 53115 Bonn, Germany
Session Y4.00001 Observation of ferrotoroidic order in LiCoPO$_4$ Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Fiete, Gregory
California Institute of Technology
Session B1.00004 Fermi-Edge Singularity in a Spin-Incoherent Luttinger Liquid Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Fineberg, Jay
The Hebrew University
Session J39.00007 Beller Lectureship Talk: Crack-like processes govern the onset of frictional motion Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Finkelstein, Gleb
Duke University
Session B24.00001 Symmetries and interaction effects in carbon nanotube quantum dots Room: Morial Convention Center 216
Fischetti, Massimo (Max)
University of Massachusetts
Session A6.00005 Monte Carlo simulations of carrier flow in novel gate materials Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Flavell, Wendy
The University of Manchester
Session V2.00003 The Science Motivating the UK's Fourth Generation Light Source Project Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Fompeyrine, Jean
IBM Research GmbH
Session U5.00002 From GaAs MOSFETs to epitaxial oxides on silicon : old and new MBE stories. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Fontcuberta, J.
Institut de Ci\`encia de Materials de Barcelona-CSIC, Campus UAB, 08193 Bellaterra, Spain
Session W37.00010 Exchange biasing with multiferroic: electric field effects on magnetic and magnetotransport properties Room: Morial Convention Center 229
Forgacs, Gabor
Department of Physics, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 65211
Session J17.00001 Relating biophysical properties across scales: implications for early development and applications for tissue engineering Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Fratini, Simone
Institut Neel - CNRS, Grenoble, France
Session V4.00003 Polarons and Coulomb interactions in organic transistors Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Freed, Karl
University of Chicago
Session Y5.00002 Using Folding Pathways to Predict Protein Structure Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Freund, Hajo
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society
Session P21.00003 Gold atoms, chains and islands on oxide films: looking at orbitals and counting electrons. Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Frosch, Robert
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Session V3.00003 Application Oriented R{\&}D: Aphorisms {\&} Anecdotes (The John Bardeen Lecture) Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Fu, Henry
Brown University
Session D7.00002 Theory of swimming filaments in viscoelastic media Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Fuentes-Schuller, Ivette
University of Potsdam, Germany
Session P5.00003 Entanglement in non-inertial frames and curved spacetime Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Fuhrer, Michael
Physics Department, Materials Research and Engineering Center, and Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials, University of Maryland, College Park
Session B29.00001 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Limits of Mobility in Graphene Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Gadway, Bryce
SUNY Stony Brook / Colgate University
Session D15.00001 LeRoy Apker Award Talk: Testing Hidden-Variable Theorems with Single-Photon Entangled States Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Gallais, Yann
Universite Paris 7
Session A1.00002 Soft spin waves and magnetic instability in Skyrmion systems Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Galli, Giulia
University of California, Davis
Session J31.00001 Atomistic design of semiconductor nanostructures with optimal thermoelectric properties Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Gallicchio, Emilio
BioMaPS Institute, Rutgers University
Session J6.00003 The AGBNP implicit solvent model: recent advances and applications to biological macromolecules Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Galvin, Mary
 
Session D22.00001 The role of symmetry and charge delocalization in two-dimensional molecules conjugated molecules for optoelectronic applications Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Gamelin, Dan
University of Washington
Session Y33.00001 Room-Temperature Electron Spin Dynamics in Free-Standing ZnO Quantum Dots Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Ganesan, V.
University of Texas at Austin
Session W4.00003 Dynamics of Polymer-Nanoparticle Mixtures Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Ganz, Matthew W.
President and CEO, HRL Laboratories, LLC
Session Q5.00001 Leveraging R\&D Resources via the Joint LLC Model Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Garde, Shekhar
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Session Q17.00004 Effects of lengthscales and attractions on the collapse of hydrophobic polymers in water Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Geim, Andre
University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom
Session U29.00004 Electron Transport in Graphene and its Nanostructures Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Genzer, Jan
Department of Chemical \& Biomolecular Engineering, North Carolina State University
Session A4.00001 Interfacial engineering using heteropolymers with adjustable monomer sequences (HAMS) Room: Morial Convention Center 206
George, Jean-Marie
Unit\'e Micte de Physique CNRS-Thales
Session X6.00004 TMR-related effects in structures involving semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Georges, Antoine
Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS, France
Session S6.00003 Two energy scales and the nodal-antinodal dichotomy in underdoped superconducting cuprates Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Gerber, Gustav
Univ. of Wuerzburg, Institute of Physics
Session J26.00001 Quantum Control of Femtochemistry in the Gas Phase, Liquid Phase and on Surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Ghil, Michael
Ecole Normale Sup\'erieure, Paris, France, and University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Session U6.00004 Predicting climate change: Uncertainties and prospects for surmounting them Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Ghosh, Ruby
Michigan State University
Session W5.00005 SiC Sensors in Extreme Environments: Real-time Hydrogen Monitoring for Energy Plant Applications Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Giamarchi, Thierry
University of Geneva
Session A2.00003 Orbital-Current phases in one- and two-dimensional strongly correlated systems Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Gilmore, Keith
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Session J32.00001 Spin-orbit damping in transition metals Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Giustino, Feliciano
UC Berkeley
Session V13.00007 Electron-phonon interaction using Wannier functions: from single-layer graphene to cuprate superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 204
Glusker, Jenny
Fox Chase Cancer Center, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-2497
Session V1.00003 Complex Protein Structures by Neutron Scattering Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Goldman, Daniel
Georgia Institute of Technology
Session D7.00005 Biological and robotic movement through granular media Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Goldman, Vladimir J.
Stony Brook University
Session U4.00001 Measuring Fractional Statistics with Fabry-Perot Quantum Hall Interferometers Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Goodchild, Fiona
University of California, Santa Barbara
Session J7.00004 Engaging undergradate students in interdisciplinary courses in nanotechnology Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Goodman, David
Texas A\&M University
Session P21.00002 CO oxidation over noble metals: The continuum from ultrahigh vaccuum to atmospheric pressures Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Gould, Robert
University of California San Francisco
Session V16.00006 Advances in Medical X-Ray Imaging Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Graessley, William
Princeton University
Session Q3.00003 Dynamics of Polymer Solutions Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Graetzel, Michael
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland
Session L2.00004 Dye-Sensitized Approaches to Photovoltaics Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Greene, Chris H.
Department of Physics and JILA, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309-0440
Session W6.00004 Few-body physics of trapped unequal mass fermions Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Greene, L.H.
Physics and FSMRL, UIUC
Session V34.00004 Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Grest, Gary
Sandia National Labs
Session A18.00001 Aneesur Rahman Prize Talk: Dynamics of Entangled Polymer Melts: Perceptive from Molecular Dynamics Simulations Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Griffies, Stephen
NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab
Session L3.00005 Physical Problems in Modeling the Global Ocean Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Gronemeyer, Suzanne
 
Session S7.00006 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Gross, E.K.U.
Freie Universitat Berlin
Session D1.00002 Density-functional theory of superconductivity Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Gruenberg, Peter
Institut fuer Festkoerperforschung Forschungszentrum Juelich
Session L1.00002 From spinwaves to Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR) and beyond Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Gueye, Paul
Hampton University
Session U16.00006 Panel Discussion on Medical Physics and Radiation Biology and pathways to these fields Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Gunaratne, Gemunu
University of Houston
Session V7.00003 Spatial Patterns of Recurved Sensory Organs in Drosophila Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Gunaratne, Preethi
University of Houston
Session V7.00005 Dynamic Changes in microRNAs may Regulate Robustness of Wnt/Notch Signaling Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Gundlach, David
NIST
Session P22.00001 High Performance Solution Processable TFTs Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Gurevich, A.
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL 32310
Session L10.00001 Exploring the limits of critical currents in superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center RO8
Haab, Brian
Van Andel Institute
Session H16.00004 Detection limits and scalability of miniaturized antibody assays in real-world applications Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Haddon, Robert
University of California at Riverside
Session J1.00004 James C. McGroddy Prize Talk: What Was New About C60 Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Hadzibabic, Zoran
University of Cambridge
Session J14.00004 Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless Crossover in a Trapped Atomic Gas Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Haes, Amanda J.
Department of Chemistry, University of Iowa
Session H16.00008 Nanoscale Building Blocks for Biosensor Development Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Hagan, Michael
Physics Department, Brandeis University
Session Q2.00003 Dynamic Models for Templated Viral Capsid Assembly Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Haldar, Pradeep
University at Albany, SUNY
Session J7.00005 Educating the workforce for the nantoechnoogy industry at CNSE Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Hall, Eric
Columbia University
Session U16.00005 The Dose Response Relationship for Radiation Carcinogenesis Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Hammond, Paula
MIT
Session Y5.00001 Manipulating Assembly, Disassembly and Exchange in Responsive Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Hansma, Paul
University of California at Santa Barbara
Session P14.00003 Imaging and Beyond with High Speed AFM. Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Hanson, R.
Kavli Institue of Nanoscience - Delft Institute of Technology
Session S1.00001 Coherent control of single spins in diamond Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Harris, Jack
Yale University
Session X4.00002 Strong dispersive coupling between a micromechanical oscillator and a high finesse optical cavity. Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Harrison, N.
LANL
Session D2.00004 Fermi orbits versus Fermi arcs Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Hastings, Jerome
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Session V2.00002 Science Driven the Parameters of 4th Generation Light Sources Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Haule, Kristjan
Rutgers University
Session H5.00002 Modeling the Localized to Itinerant Electronic Transition in the Heavy Fermion System CeIrIn5 Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Hawrylak, P.
Institute for Microstructural Sciences, National Research Council of Canada
Session A1.00001 Fractionally Charged Excitations in Optical Emission Spectroscopy Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Hayden, Brian
University of Southampton
Session S21.00002 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Hebard, Arthur
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
Session J1.00003 James C. McGroddy Prize Talk: Superconductivity in alkali-metal doped Carbon-60 Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Hebboul, Saad E.
The American Physical Society
Session J2.00001 PRL at 50: A history of moving physics forward Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Hecker, Michael
AMD Saxony LLC \& Co. KG
Session Y6.00001 Local strain analysis for CMOS technology by Raman and Nano-Raman spectroscopy Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Hecker Denschlag, Johannes
Experimentalphysik, Universitaet Innsbruck
Session P7.00001 Repulsively bound atom pairs in an optical lattice. Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Hegmann, Frank
University of Alberta
Session V4.00002 Bandlike transport in organic molecular crystals revealed by subpicosecond transient photoconductivity Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Heiliger, Christian
Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Maryland NanoCenter, University of Maryland
Session S32.00004 Transport and spin transfer torques in Fe/MgO/Fe tunnel barriers. Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Heinrich, Andreas
IBM Research
Session J3.00001 How does a Kondo impurity respond to its local environment? Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Heinz, Tony
Columbia University
Session A28.00001 Optical Spectroscopy of Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Hendee, William
Medical College of Wisconsin
Session V16.00001 Overview of Medical Imaging Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Henderson, Michael
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Session J36.00007 Generation of Organic Radicals During Photocatalysis on TiO$_{2}$ Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Higgins, Julia
Imperial College, London
Session Q3.00001 Quasielastic scattering -- theory and experiment hand in hand Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Hilgenkamp, H.
University of Twente
Session A31.00001 Electronic and magnetic effects at complex oxide interfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Hirjibehedin, Cyrus F.
London Centre for Nanotechnology, Depts. of Physics \& Astronomy and Chemistry, University College London
Session S27.00001 Probing Magnetic Nanostructures on the Atomic Scale Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Ho, Tin-Lun
The Ohio State University
Session L1.00005 Lars Onsager Prize Talk: A New Challenge for Cold Atom Physics: Achieving the Strongly Correlated Regimes for Cold Atoms in Optical Lattices. Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Hoagland, David
Polymer Sci. and Eng. Dept., Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst
Session V5.00006 Hosting a Katrina Evacuee. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Holland, Greg J.
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Session H6.00001 Understanding Severe Hurricanes Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Holland, Murray
University of Colorado at Boulder
Session B6.00005 Atomtronics Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Hollenhorst, James
Agilent Technologies
Session V3.00002 Reflections on Three Corporate Research Labs: Bell Labs, HP Labs, Agilent Labs Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Hone, James
Columbia University
Session D30.00001 Electrical, Mechanical, and Optical Studies of Carbon Nanotubes of Known Chiral Index. Room: Morial Convention Center 222
Hong, George
Millipore Corporation
Session J16.00005 Rapid Detection of Microorganisms--State of Art and Future Directions Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Horkay, Ference
Laboratory of Integrative and Medical Biophysics, National Institutes of Health
Session Y5.00005 Ion- and pH-dependent volume transitions in biopolymer gels Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Horn, Paul
Distinguised Scientist in Residence, NYU and Senior VP and Dir. of Research (retired), IBM
Session Q5.00002 The Value of Long Range R\&D in the Information Technology Industry Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Horn, Paul
Distinguised Scientist in Residence, NYU and Senior VP and Dir. of Research (retired), IBM
Session V3.00001 Industrial Research at IBM Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Horstmann, Manfred
AMD Dresden
Session Q35.00001 Advanced SOI CMOS transistor technology for high performance microprocessors Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Horton, K. Renee
University of Alabama
Session J5.00003 The eye of the storm: Balancing my storm of family, career and self Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Hosoi, Anette
MIT
Session P6.00002 Optimizing Low Reynolds Number Locomotion Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Houssameddine, Dimitri
Spintec - CEA/CNRS
Session L32.00004 Large angle out of plane steady precession induced by spin-transfer with perpendicular to plane polarizer Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Hu, David
Courant Institute
Session D7.00004 Large and limbless: the locomotion of snakes Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Huang, Kerwyn
Princeton University
Session V19.00004 Getting into shape: the physics of bacterial morphology Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Hug, Hans J.
Empa, Materials Science and Technology, CH-8600 Duebendorf, Switzerland and Institute of Physics, University of Basel, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland
Session H36.00001 Multi-dimensional Scanning Probe Microscopy Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Hughes, Chris
James Madison University
Session Q7.00003 An Interdisciplinary Program in Materials Science at James Madison University. Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Hürlimann, Martin Dominik
Schlumberger - Doll Research
Session Y6.00003 Characterization of the pore geometry of porous media and the saturating fluids using 2-dimensional diffusion - NMR relaxation measurements Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Hussey, Nigel
University of Bristol
Session D2.00005 Fermi surface and anisotropic scattering in overdoped cuprates Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Idrobo, Juan
Vanderbilt University and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session B31.00001 Optical Properties of Free and Embedded Small Nanoparticles Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Ieda, Jun'ichi
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Session D33.00001 Theory of Current-Induced Domain Wall Creep in (Ga,Mn)As. Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Imada, Masatoshi
Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
Session P1.00005 Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model and High-Tc Superconductivity Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Imai, Takashi
McMaster University
Session W2.00003 NMR studies of Na$_{x}$CoO$_{2}$ Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Incerti, Sébastien
Centre d'Études Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan
Session W16.00005 Microdosimetry of ondividual cells with microbeam facilities Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Iyengar, Andrew
Indiana University
Session Y3.00005 Excitations from Filled Landau Levels in Graphene Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Jaeger, Wolfgang
University of Alberta
Session H26.00009 Microwave spectroscopy of doped helium clusters and doped helium droplets Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Jamet, Matthieu
CEA-Grenoble, France
Session A33.00011 Self-organized magnetic GeMn nanocolumns in germanium Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Jarrell, M.
University of Cincinnati
Session X7.00004 DCA study of magnetic mediated superconductivity in the Hubbard model Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Jeanioz, Raymond
University of California, Berkeley
Session T16.00002 Toward Gigabar Pressures and Kilovolt Chemistry Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Jensen, Mogens
Niels Bohr Institute
Session V7.00002 Modelling Ultradian Oscillations and Segmentation Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Jhe, Wonho
Seoul National University
Session P4.00002 Switching and phase transitions in a parametrically-excited cold atom trap. Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Joanny, Jean-Francois
Institut Curie-Phyiscal Chemistry Laboratory
Session U3.00001 Polymer adsorption Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Johnson, Grant
Pennsylvania State University
Session H21.00006 Investigating the Molecular Level Details of Catalytic Oxidation Reactions Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Jonker, Berend
 
Session P33.00001 Generation, Modulation and Electrical Detection of Spin Currents in Silicon in a Lateral Transport Geometry Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Jordan, Andrew
University of Rochester
Session D15.00002 Weak values and the Leggett-Garg inequality in solid-state qubits Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Jung, Ranu
Arizona State University, Center for Adaptive Neural Systems, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Session Y36.00007 Adaptive Neurotechnology for Making Neural Circuits Functional . Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Juodkazis, Saulius
RIES, Hokkaido Univ.
Session L23.00001 Femtosecond laser structuring in dielectrics Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Kahn, Antoine
Princeton University
Session S22.00001 Energetics of organic semiconductor interfaces: enhancing injection via chemical doping Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Kakalios, James
University of Minnesota
Session D3.00005 The Materials Science of Superheroes Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Kamenev, Alex
University of Minnesota
Session P4.00001 Rare events and phase transitions in reaction diffusion systems Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Kang, Woowon
University of Chicago
Session U4.00003 Quantum Oscillations and the $\nu = 5/2$ Fractional Quantum Hall State in Mesoscopic Quantum Hall Interferometers Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Karim, A.
Polymers Division, NIST
Session B4.00002 Templated Self Assembly of Block Copolymer Thin Films Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Kee, Hae-Young
Department of Physics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada M5S 1A7
Session U2.00004 Electronic Nematic Liquid in Correlated Systems Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Kim, Eun-Ah
Stanford University
Session U2.00002 Theory of the nematic quantum critical point in a nodal superconductor Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Kim, Philip
Columbia University
Session H29.00004 Electron Transport in Graphitic Nanostructures Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Kitchen, Dale
Princeton University
Session V32.00004 Atom-byatom substitution of Mn in GaAs and visualization of their hole-mediated interactions Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Kivelson, Steven
Stanford Univ
Session H2.00001 The role of charge order in the mechanism of high Tc Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Klein, Jacob
Weizmann Institute of Science
Session Q3.00005 Interdiffusion and disentanglement of polymer brushes Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Klein, Michael L.
University of Pennsylvania
Session L7.00001 Self assembly of natural and synthetic membranes using coarse grain models Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Knobler, Charles
UCLA, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Session Q2.00001 Packaging of Polyelectrolytes in Viral Capsids: The Interplay Between Polymer Length and Capsid Size Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Kohn, Walter
University of California, Santa Barbara
Session D1.00001 Nearsightedness in Density Functional Theory Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Kollmann, Markus
Humbolt Universit\"at zu Berlin, Invalidenstr. 43, 10115 Berlin
Session A7.00003 Perfect Robust Network Architecture of a Bacterial Circadian Clock Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Komori, Fumio
Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo
Session A24.00004 An atomic switch of electron propagation on Ge (001) by tunneling carrier injection Room: Morial Convention Center 216
Kopelman, Raoul
University of Michigan
Session X15.00002 Targeted Multifunctional Nanoparticles cure and image Brain Tumors: Selective MRI Contrast Enhancement and Photodynamic Therapy Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Koralek, J.D.
LBNL and UC Berkeley
Session P2.00002 Evidence for a persistent spin helix in a 2-dimensional electron gas Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Kornfield, Julia
California Institute of Technology, Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Session X18.00001 Elastomeric Photopolymers: Shaping Polymer Gels with Light Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Koster, G.
GLAM, Stanford University
Session X3.00003 Transport properties observed at hetero-interfaces of LaAlO$_{3}$ on SrTiO$_{3}$; intrinsic or extrinsic interface effect? Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Kotliar, Gabriel
Rutgers University
Session P1.00002 Strongly Correlated d-wave Superconductivity: a CDMFT Perspective Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Krasheninnikov, Arkady
Accelerator Laboratory, University of Helsinki, and Laboratory of Physics, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Session V29.00004 Irradiation-induced phenomena in carbon nanomaterials Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Krause, Stefan
Institute of Applied Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany
Session H32.00004 Current-induced magnetization switching with a spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscope Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Krishna, Sandeep
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Session V7.00004 Similarities and differences in the p53-mdm2 and NF-kB feedback loops Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Krutz, Sarah
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Session L2.00003 Using Multijunction Solar Cell Designs to Achieve High Efficiency Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Kubin, L.P.
LEM, CNRS-ONERA, 29 Av. de la Division Leclerc, BP72, 92322 Ch\^atillon Cedex, France
Session W3.00004 Dislocation Avalanches, Mean Free Path and Patterning Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Kumacheva, Eugenia
University of Toronto
Session A4.00004 Patterning inorganic nanoparticles in Polymer Films Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Kummel, Andrew
UCSD
Session A6.00004 Scanning-tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy of oxide deposition on III-V semiconductor surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Kunes, Jan
University of Augsburg
Session Y23.00001 Magnetic Moment Collapse-Driven Mott Transition in MnO Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Kussell, Edo
Department of Biology, New York University
Session V19.00005 Sensing and Selection in Bacteria Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Kwiat, Paul
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session L15.00002 Progress toward scalable optical quantum computing Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Lagally, Max
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session D20.00001 Silicon Nanomembranes Room: Morial Convention Center 212
Laird, Darin
Plextronics
Session W36.00001 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Landau, David
The University of Georgia, USA
Session U1.00005 Nicholson Medal Talk: Simulational Physics in a Shrinking World Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Landes, Christy
 
Session W18.00001 Single-Molecule Dynamics of a DNA Aptamer Targeting VEGF Protein Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Landman, Uzi
School of Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology
Session B21.00001 Physical and chemical properties of supported, suspended and trapped clusters Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Laska, Shirley
University of New Orleans
Session V5.00002 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Laskin, Alexander
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Session U26.00001 Chemistry of Individual Atmospheric Particles Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Lau, Chun Ning
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Riverside
Session Q1.00003 Phase Coherent Charge Transport in Graphene Quantum Billiards Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Lauga, Eric
University of California, San Diego
Session D7.00001 Propulsion in viscoelastic fluids: waving, flapping Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Lavoie, Christian
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Session Y6.00005 Development of Silicide Contacts for CMOS devices: Advantages of using Synchrotron Radiation Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Lee, Patrick A.
MIT
Session H2.00002 From high T$_c$ superconductivity to quantum spin liquids Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Leger, Liliane
Universit\'e Paris Sud-XI
Session U3.00004 Slippage Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Leibler, Ludwik
Mati\`ere Molle et Chimie, UMR 7167 CNRS/ESPCI, ESPCI, 10 rue Vauquelin, 75005 PARIS, France
Session P3.00003 Block Copolymers Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Leifer, Matthew
University of Waterloo
Session L14.00005 An Approach to Quantum State Pooling from Quantum Conditional Independence Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Lemberger, Thomas
The Ohio State University
Session S6.00001 Quantum critical behavior in the superfluid density of strongly underdoped ultrathin copper oxide films Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
LeSar, Richard
Iowa State University
Session W3.00001 Scale-Free Intermittent Flow in Crystal Plasticity Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Leslie-Pelecky, Diandra
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Session D3.00002 Materials at 200 mph: Making NASCAR Faster and Safer Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Levine, Alex
UCLA, Department of Chemistry \& Biochemistry
Session H7.00004 Microrheology in Active Cytoskeletal Networks Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Levis, Robert J.
Temple University
Session L26.00003 Controlling and Understanding Laser Filamentation in the Solution and Gas Phase Molecular Systems Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Levitov, Leonid
MIT
Session B1.00001 Narrow-gap Luttinger liquid in carbon nanotubes Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Lewenstein, Maciej
ICFO - Institut for Photonic Sciences
Session Q6.00005 Ultracold atomic gases in optical lattices: mimicking condensed matter and beyond Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Li, Zhiqiang
University of California, San Diego
Session S22.00005 Infrared study of charge injection in organic field-effect transistors Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Lichte, Hannes
Technische Universitaet Dresden
Session Q38.00001 Imaging ferroelectric polarization by electron holography Room: Morial Convention Center 230
Lin, Xi
Penn State University
Session A5.00001 Probable heat capacity signature of the supersolid transition Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Lipson, Jane
Dartmouth College
Session V25.00001 A model for glass transitions in polymer thin films. Room: Morial Convention Center 217
Lipson, Michal
Cornell University
Session B3.00002 Ultrafast Silicon Photonics Modulators Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Liu, Andrea
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
Session S3.00001 Jamming: Relating Shear and Effective Temperature Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Liu, Ying
Pennsylvania State University
Session Y3.00004 Experimental studies of conductance fluctuation and tunneling spectroscopy of weakly disordered graphene devices Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Lloyd, Seth
MIT
Session Y15.00001 Quantum Enhanced Sensing, Measurement, and Control Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Lois, Gregg
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Department of Physics, Yale University
Session V39.00004 Jamming in systems with attraction Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Louie, Steven
University of California at Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Session A28.00002 Photophysics of Nanostructures: Tubes, Sheets, and Ribbons Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Lubensky, David
University of Michigan
Session A7.00001 Molecular synchronization, the Kai system, and biological oscillators Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Lukin, Mikhail
Harvard University
Session S1.00002 Controlling individual electron and nuclear spins in diamond: from quantum registers to applications Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Lupascu, Adrian
Kavli Institute of NanoScience, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Session P15.00001 Quantum non-demolition measurement of a superconducting two-level system Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Luque, Antonio
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Session L2.00002 Novel ultra high efficiency concepts in solar cells Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Lykken, Joseph
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Session T1.00001 Quarks to Cosmos: Breaking News at the Interface of Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Lyu, SuPing
Medtronic Inc
Session A38.00002 Biocompatibility of implantable biomedical devices Room: Morial Convention Center 230
Ma, Jianpeng
Baylor College of Medicine
Session L7.00003 A Novel Empirical Potential Function and A Monte Carlo Sampling Technique Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Mackenzie, A.
University of St Andrews
Session U2.00003 Metamagnetic Nematic Phase of Sr$_{3}$Ru$_{2}$O$_{7}$ Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
MacKerell, Alexander
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland
Session J6.00002 Development of a polarizable force field based on the classical Drude oscillator Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
MacKintosh, Fred
Vrije Universiteit
Session H7.00002 Non-equilibrium mechanics and dynamics of active gels and living cells Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Madhavan, Vidya
Boston College
Session L4.00001 STM Observation of a Bosonic Mode in the Electron-Doped Superconductor Pr$_{0.88}$LaCe$_{0.12}$CuO$_{4-\delta}$ Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Maekawa, Sadamichi
Institute for Materials Research,Tohoku University
Session X6.00001 Tunnel Magnetoresistance, Spin Accumulation, and Spin Hall Effect Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Mahadevan, L.
Harvard University
Session B5.00003 The shape, stability and dynamics of elastic surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Majer, Johannes
Yale University, Applied Physics
Session D5.00003 Circuit QED: Coupling Superconducting Qubits via a Cavity Bus on a Chip Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Majewski, Stan
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Session V16.00002 PET Imaging - from Physics to Clinical Molecular Imaging Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Makarov, Dmitrii
UT Austin
Session U22.00001 Driving proteins and DNA with mechanical forces: Pushing, pulling, and squeezing molecules using computer simulations. Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Maksymovych, Petro
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session U24.00001 Imaging hot-electron transport using chemical reactions on metal surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 216
Manalis, Scott
MIT
Session X15.00005 Microdevices for biomolecular detection and single cell analysis Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Manias, Evangelos
Penn State University
Session Y5.00003 Temporal and Spatial Distributions of Water in Ion-Containing Perfluorosulfonic Polymers Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Manoharan, H.C.
Stanford University
Session J3.00002 Geometric Manipulation of Quantum Phase and Correlations in Nanoassembled Spin Systems Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Marchetti, M.C.
Syracuse University
Session B39.00001 Polar and apolar active matter Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Marcus, Charles
Harvard University
Session Q29.00001 Quantized transport in graphene p-n junctions Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Marianetti, Chris
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Session X7.00005 DMFT calculations of materials properties using the continuous time QMC method Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Markopoulou, Fotini
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
Session P5.00005 Quantum Graphity: a model of emergent locality Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Markovic, Nina
Johns Hopkins University
Session J5.00004 Balancing academic career and children: a personal perspective Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Marquardt, Florian
Department of Physics, Arnold-Sommerfeld-Center for Theoretical Physics, and Center for NanoScience, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Session X4.00003 Cavity Assisted Sideband Cooling of Mechanical Motion Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Marston, Brad
Brown University
Session L3.00002 The Quantum and Fluid Mechanics of Global Warming Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Martin, Richard
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session T16.00004 Physics of matter at extreme densities, theoretical prespectives Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Maruyama, S.
The University of Tokyo
Session A28.00006 Cross-polarized optical absorption of single-walled carbon nanotubes probed by photoluminescence excitation spectroscopy, UV-Vis-IR and polarized Raman Scatterings Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Mason, Thomas
Depts. of Physics and Chemistry, University of California-Los Angeles
Session B5.00005 Folding and swirling instabilities of viscous fluid threads in microchannels Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Matsuda, Y.
Kyoto Univ.
Session Q12.00001 Exotic Superconducting State Embedded in the Hidden Order Phase of URu$_2$Si$_2$ Room: Morial Convention Center 203
Mattsson, Johan
Chalmers University of Technology
Session H8.00001 Are colloidal and molecular glass formation related? Room: Morial Convention Center RO6
Matveev, Konstantin
Argonne National Laboratory
Session B1.00005 Transition from a one-dimensional to a quasi-one-dimensional state in interacting quantum wires Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Mazin, Igor
Naval Research Laboratory
Session W2.00001 What we do and do not understand about electronic structure and superconductivity in sodium cobaltate? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
McCann, Edward
Lancaster University
Session Y3.00001 Theoretical studies of quantum interference effects in graphene Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
McDonough, James
University of Pennsylvania
Session S16.00003 Technological Advances in Proton Therapy Room: Morial Convention Center 208
McGuire, Jim
Tulane University
Session V5.00003 Hurricane Katrina at Tulane. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
McGuire, Robert
Sci-Port Discovery Center
Session U7.00005 Sparks Fly With Physics Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
McGuire, Stephen C.
Southern University and A\&M College
Session L6.00003 Use of X-ray absorption spectroscopy in the search for the best LIGO mirror coatings Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
McIntyre, Paul
Stanford University
Session A6.00002 Stability of Metal Oxide/Ge and Metal Oxide/III-V Interfaces and Implications for Low Defect Density MOS Devices Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
McKinley, Gareth
MIT
Session X8.00002 Modeling the Inhomogeneous Response of Steady and Transient Flows of Entangled Micellar Solutions Room: Morial Convention Center RO6
McQueeney, R.
Ames National Laboratory
Session V23.00004 Stabilization of Charge Ordering by Magnetic Exchange Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Meerson, Baruch
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Session P4.00004 Spectral theory of extreme statistics in birth-death systems Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Mehregany , Mehran
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Session W5.00004 Silicon Carbide Micro/Nano Systems for Demanding and Harsh Environment Applications Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Mehta, Anita
S D Bose National Centre
Session J4.00004 The Invisible Scientist in India -- a case study for emergent countries Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Meier, G.
University of Hamburg, Germany
Session W32.00004 Stochastic Current-Driven Domain-Wall Motion Observed by X-Ray Microscopy Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Meijer, Gerard
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Faradayweg 4-6, D-14195 Berlin, Germany
Session B26.00001 Molecular collision studies with Stark-decelerated beams
Mekis, Attila
Luxtera
Session B3.00005 Monolithic Integration of Photonic and Electronic Circuits in a CMOS Process Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Mesot, J.
ETH Zurich and PSI
Session D2.00002 Doping Dependent Anisotropic Electronic Scattering rate in LSCO Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Messersmith, Phillip
Northwestern University
Session A4.00003 Polymer adhesion at surfaces: biological adhesive proteins and their synthetic mimics Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Mihalcescu, Irina
Universit\'e Joseph Fourier - Grenoble
Session A7.00004 Stability and Noise in the Cyanobacterial Circadian Clock Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Miller, Daniel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session P7.00002 Critical velocity for superfluid flow across the BEC-BCS crossover Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Millis, Andrew
Department of Physics, Columbia University, 538 West, 120th Street, New York, NY 10027, USA
Session H2.00003 On the pseudogap in high temperature superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Millo, Oded
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Session Q11.00001 Proximity Effects and crossed Andreev reflections in Perovskite Superconductor-Ferromagnet Bilayers Room: Morial Convention Center RO9
Mirebeau, Isabelle
Laboratoire L\'eon Brillouin CEA/CNRS, CE-Saclay, 91191 Gif sur Yvette France
Session A27.00001 Low temperature spin dynamics and high pressure effects in frustrated pyrochlores Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Mitri\'c, Roland
Department of Chemistry, Humboldt-University Berlin, Brook-Taylor-Str. 2, 12489 Berlin, Germany
Session J26.00003 Strategies for optimal control in complex systems Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Mizaikoff, Boris
Georgia Institute of Technology
Session W5.00001 Next-Generation Mid-Infrared Chemical Sensors ?Challenges and Opportunities Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Moeller, Martin
Institute of Macromolecular and Technical Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University
Session B4.00003 Single Molecules and Surface Induced Nanopattern in Ultrathin Blockcopolymer Films - Scanning Force Microscopy Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Moessner, R.
Oxford Univ.
Session V27.00004 Magnetic monopoles in spin ices and spin excitations in other pyrochlores Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Moller, Gunnar
University of Cambridge
Session Q6.00003 Thermodynamics and dynamics of artificial square ice and related dipolar nanoarrays Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Molmer, Klaus
Lundbeck Foundation Theoretical Center for Quantum System Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Aarhus
Session L15.00001 Ensemble encoding of quantum registers: it's easy if you can count to one Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Momose, Takamasa
The University of British Columbia
Session D26.00001 Spectroscopy of large hydrogen clusters in He droplets and H$_{2}$ droplets. Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Moodera, J.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session X6.00005 Influence of spin polarized current on superconductivity and spin transport in organic semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Mook, H.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session A2.00005 Observation of a Sharp Magnetic Transition at the Pseudogap Temperature in YBa$_{2}$Cu$_{3}$O$_{6.6}$ Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Moore, Lindsay
Stanford University
Session L24.00004 Novel measurement techniques for probing quantum point contacts Room: Morial Convention Center 216
Moore, Michael
University of Manchester
Session L5.00004 Glass Phenomenology from the Connection to Spin Glasses Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Morozov, Alexandre
Rutgers University
Session B7.00002 Using DNA mechanics to predict intrinsic and extrinsic nucleosome positioning signals Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Morpurgo, Alberto
TU Delft
Session Q1.00002 Phase coherent transport in graphene Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Morr, Dirk
University of Illinois at Chicago
Session J3.00003 Kondo Physics at the Nanoscale Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Motzkus, Marcus
Philipps-Universit\"at Marburg
Session J26.00002 Quantum control spectroscopy with multipulses Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Mueller, Erich
Cornell University
Session W6.00002 Theory of RF Spectroscopy in Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Mueller, Markus
Harvard University
Session Q4.00002 Theory of the Nernst effect near quantum phase transitions in condensed matter, and in dyonic black holes Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Muller, Susan
Univ. of California, Berkeley
Session Q9.00001 Using hydrodynamics to control DNA conformation for genotyping, sorting, and analysis Room: Morial Convention Center RO7
Muthukumar, M.
UMASS, Amherst
Session Q2.00005 Menagerie of Viruses: Diverse Chemical Sequences or Simple Electrostatics? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Myers, R.C.
 
Session H1.00003 Zero-field optical manipulation of magnetic ions in semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Naegerl, Hanns-Christoph
University of Innsbruck
Session B26.00009 Collisions of ultracold molecules
Nagaosa, N.
CREST, The University of Tokyo
Session Y4.00004 Role of Spin current in multiferroic behavior Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Nakajima, Atsushi
Keio University \& JST-CREST
Session B21.00006 Cooperative effect between electronic and geometric structures in binary clusters of superatoms Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Nakamura, Yasunobu
NEC Nano Electronics Research Laboratories
Session D5.00004 Single artificial-atom maser Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Nakatsuji, Satoru
Dept. of Physics, Kyoto Univ.
Session X31.00001 Metallic Spin Liquid Behavior and Unconventional Anomalous Hall Transport of the Geometrically Frustrated Kondo Lattice Pr$_2$Ir$_2$O$_7$ Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Narayanamurti, V.
School of engineering and applied sciences, Harvard University
Session J4.00002 Globalizing Science and Engineering Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Nealey, Paul
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Session B4.00005 Integration of block copolymers into lithographic processes Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Neaton, J.B.
Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Session A3.00003 First-principles studies of electrical transport in nanoscale molecular junctions Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Neeley, M.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Session D5.00005 Process Tomography of Quantum Memory in a Josephson Phase Qubit Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Neil, George
Jefferson Lab
Session V2.00001 A Green Field Fourth Generation Light Source Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Nemenman, Ilya
LANL
Session L16.00001 Stochastic path integrals and geometric theory of mesoscopic stochastic pumps and reversible ratchets. Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Nenes, Athanasios
Schools of Earth \& Atmospheric Sciences and Chemical \& Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Session W26.00006 Understanding aerosol-cloud interactions Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Neurock, Matthew
University of Virginia
Session P21.00004 Theoretical Insights into C1 Surface Chemistry Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Newman, Timothy
Arizona State University
Session P4.00005 Strong Fluctuations and Cycling in Biological Systems Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Newns, D.M.
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA
Session P1.00003 The Fluctuating Bond Model, a Glue for Cuprate Superconductivity? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Newton, Marshall
Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Session D6.00004 Theoretical/Computational Probes of Homogeneous and Interfacial Electron Transfer: Electronic Structure and Energetics Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Nieva, Patricia
University of Waterloo
Session W5.00002 Laser Interferometry for Harsh Environment MEMS Sensors Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Nori, Franco
Frontier Research System, RIKEN, Saitama, Japan; and Physics Dept., Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
Session H15.00001 Designing quantum-information-processing superconducting qubit circuits that exhibit lasing and other atomic-physics-like phenomena on a chip Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Novoselov, Kostya
University of Manchester
Session A29.00004 Electronic properties of graphene Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Ober, Christopher
Cornell University
Session B4.00004 Using block copolymer assembly to tailor surface properties. Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Ohta, Taisuke
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Session L29.00001 Electronic Structure and Morphology of Graphene Layers on SiC Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Olson Reichhardt, Cynthia
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos NM 87545
Session Q6.00004 Realizing Colloidal Artificial Ice on Arrays of Optical Traps Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Olvera de la Cruz, Monica
Northwestern University
Session J4.00003 The Mutual Benefit of International Research Interactions Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Omaoileidigh, Daibhid
Max-Planck-Institut f\"ur Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden, Germany
Session B7.00003 Towards a Quantitative Understanding of Single-Gene Transcription Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Orenstein, Joseph
UC Berkeley and LBNL
Session U1.00002 Frank Isakson Prize Talk: Using ultrafast to probe the slow Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Ospelkaus, Christian
National Institute of Standards and Technology, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305, USA and Institut fuer Laser-Physik, Universitaet Hamburg. Germany
Session P7.00005 Heteronuclear Molecules in a 3D Optical Lattice Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Overbury, Steven H.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session S21.00001 Transient FTIR spectroscopy for probing reaction pathways on Au catalysts Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Ozolins, Vidvuds
Department of Materials Science \& Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles
Session A3.00004 First-Principles Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Advanced Hydrogen Storage Materials Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Palta, Jatinder
University of Florida
Session S16.00002 State-of-the-Art External Beam Radiation Therapy: Challenges and Opportunities Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Paniccia, Mario
Director Photonics Technology Lab, Intel Corporation
Session B3.00001 Silicon lasers, integration, interconnect, etc. at Intel Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Park, Wan Kyu
Department of Physics and the Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session H5.00003 Andreev reflection in heavy fermions and the superconducting order parameter in CeCoIn$_{5}$ Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Parkin, Stuart
IBM Almaden Research Center, 650 Harry Road, San Jose, California 95120, USA
Session X6.00002 Spin-Dependent Tunnelling Phenomena in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions with MgO Tunnel Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Parr, Robert
University of North Carolina
Session D1.00003 Remarks on Molecular Density Functional Theory Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Partridge, Guthrie
Rice University
Session W6.00003 Phase separation in a spin polarized Fermi gas at the BEC-BCS crossover Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Passlack, Matthias
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
Session A6.00001 III-V MOSFETs: From Materials {\&} Physics to Devices Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Pasupathy, Abhay
Department of Physics, Princeton University
Session L4.00003 Visualizing pair formation in $Bi_2Sr_2CaCu_2O_{8+x}$ Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Pedersen, N.F.
Oersted-DTU, Technical University of Denmark, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
Session X5.00001 THz generation using Fluxon dynamics in high temperature superconductor Josephson junctions Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Pepin, Catherine
SPhT, CEA-Saclay
Session J3.00005 Quantum Criticality in 3He bi-layers Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Perdew, John P.
Department. of Physics and Quantum Theory Group, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118
Session D1.00005 Restoring the Density-Gradient Expansion for Exchange in a GGA for Solid and Surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Perebeinos, Vasili
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Session W29.00001 Electron-phonon interaction and excited states relaxation in carbon nanotubes Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Peres, Nuno
University of Minho
Session J29.00001 Biased bilayer graphene: Hall effect and zero-energy Edge States Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Pethick, Christopher
Nordita and University of Copenhagen
Session L1.00003 Lars Onsager Prize Talk: Quantum fluids: from liquid helium to cold atoms Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Pettitt, B. Montgomery
University of Houston
Session Q17.00003 Protein folding, stability, and solvation structure in osmolyte solutions hydrophobicity Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Phillips, Julia
Sandia National Laboratories
Session J1.00002 George E. Pake Prize Talk: Science and the Energy Security Challenge: The Example of Solid State Lighting Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Pincus, Philip
Dept. of Physics
Session P3.00001 How Polymer Physics Was Born Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Pinto, Mark R.
CTO and Senior VP \& General Manager, Energy and Environmental Solutions, Applied Materials, Inc.
Session Q5.00004 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Plotkin, Steven
University of British Columbia
Session V19.00003 Generalization of distance to higher dimensional objects, and its application to protein folding Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Pocivavsek, Luka
University of Chicago
Session V1.00002 Beyond Wrinkles: Stress and Fold Localization in Thin Elastic Membranes Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Polkovnikov, Anatoli
Boston University
Session B6.00002 Probing Phase Transitions in Cold Atoms Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Ponomareva, Inna
University of Arkansas
Session H31.00001 Properties of Ferroelectric Nanostructures Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Pourqui\'e, Olivier
Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Session V7.00001 Building the Vertebrate Spine Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Prawer, Steven
Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computer Technology and Quantum Communications Victoria, School of Physics, University of Melbourne, Australia
Session S1.00003 Fabrication Strategies for Practical Diamond Based Quantum Information Processing Devices Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Preskill, John
Caltech
Session P5.00002 Black holes as mirrors: quantum information in random subsystems Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Prezhdo, Oleg
University of Washington
Session P35.00007 Time-domain ab initio studies of photoexcited electron's dynamics at chromophore-semiconductor interfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Prokof'ev, Nikolay
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, USA
Session A5.00004 Superfluid defects in solid Helium-4: grain boundaries, dislocations, superglass Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Proust, C.
Laboratoire National des Champs Magn\'etiques Puls\'es (CNRS)
Session D2.00003 Fermi surface of underdoped cuprate revealed by quantum oscillations and Hall effect Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Provenzale, Antonello
ISAC-CNR, Torino, Italy
Session L3.00004 Heat waves, climate change and eggplant harvests - simple models of climate systems Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Quek, Su Ying
Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Session D28.00001 Understanding the Conductance of Single-Molecule Junctions from First Principles Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Rabe, Karin
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA
Session U1.00004 David Adler Lectureship Award Talk: Lattice instabilities and ferroelectricity in complex oxides Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Rabitz, Herschel
Princeton University
Session L26.00001 Hiking Over Quantum Control Landscapes Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Ramaswamy, Venkatachalam
NOAA/ GFDL, Princeton University
Session U6.00001 Radiative Transfer in Climate Models Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Ramdas, A.K.
Purdue University
Session S19.00001 Stoichiometry driven impurity configurations in compound semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Randeria, M.
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210
Session P1.00004 The Normal State Pseudogap in Underdoped Cuprates: Precursor Pairing vs. Competing Order? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Ratner, Buddy
University of Washington
Session A38.00001 The quantification of biocompatibility: toward a new definition Room: Morial Convention Center 230
Ravelo, R.
University of Texas at El Paso; Applied Physics Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session H13.00004 Interatomic Potentials for Large-Scale Simulations of High-Pressure, High-Temperature Phenomena Room: Morial Convention Center 204
Raychaudhuri, A.K.
S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences
Session S23.00001 Synthesis, structure and properties of nanostructured manganites Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Reber, A.
 
Session D21.00006 Spin Accommodation and Reactivity of Superatoms. Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Regal, Cindy
JILA: NIST and the University of Colorado, Boulder
Session X4.00001 Sensing nanomechanical motion with a microwave cavity interferometer Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Register, Richard
Princeton University
Session W4.00004 Shear Alignment and Realignment of Block Copolymer Microdomains in Thin Films Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Resio, Donald T.
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
Session H6.00003 Factors Influencing Hurricane Surges along the Louisiana-Mississippi Coast Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Rey, Ana Maria
ITAMP
Session P7.00004 Probing and controlling quantum magnetism with ultra-cold atoms Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Reyren, Nicolas
University of Gen\`eva, Geneva
Session X3.00001 2D Superconductivity at the LaAlO$_{3}$/SrTiO$_{3}$ interface Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Reznik, Dmitry
IFP, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
Session D2.00001 Anomalous Electron-Phonon Coupling in Cuprates and its Doping Dependence Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Rittner, Ann Sophie C.
Cornell University
Session A5.00002 Probing the upper limit of the nonclassical rotational inertia Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Rodrigo, Jose G.
Dept. F\'isica de la Materia Condensada. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Session W10.00001 Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy of Reentrant Superconductivity in the Ferromagnetic Superconductor ErRh$_{4}$B$_{4}$ Room: Morial Convention Center RO8
Roitberg, Adrian
Department of Chemistry. University of Florida
Session J6.00005 Beyond force fields. QM/MM conformational searches in biomolecules using Replica Exchange molecular dynamics. Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Roman, Benoit
PMMH, ESPCI
Session B5.00004 Elasticity and capillarity: wet hairs and origami Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Rosenow, Bernd
Harvard University
Session U4.00002 Interactions and Disorder in Quantum Hall Interferometers Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Rothman, Daniel
Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, MIT
Session L3.00001 The Disordered Kinetics of Earth's Carbon Cycle Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Rottler, Joerg
University of British Columbia
Session S3.00004 Aging dynamics and the mechanical behavior of glassy solids Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Rousseau, Denis
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Session D17.00001 Folding dynamics of a family of beta-sheet proteins Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Roux, Benoit
University of Chicago School of Medicine
Session L7.00005 Finding Transition Pathways Using the String Method with Swarms of Trajectories Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Roy, Sukhdev
Dayalbagh Educational Institute
Session Y7.00006 All-Optical Switching in Bacteriorhodopsin Based on Excited-State Absorption Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Rubinstein, Michael
Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina, 27599 Chapel Hill, N.C., USA
Session Q3.00004 Dynamics of Entangled Polymers Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Ruchti, Randy
University of Notre Dame
Session J19.00001 How to develop an education component for an NSF proposal Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Rudich, Yinon
Weizmann Institute
Session U26.00005 Optical and microphysical properties of organic multicomponent aerosol particles Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Rühle, Manfred
Max Planck Institut für Metallforschung
Session S20.00007 Experiment and theory on metal/ceramic interfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 212
Russell, Thomas
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Session V1.00001 Neutron and X-ray Characterization of Nanostructured Polymeric Materials Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Sacuto, Alain
University Denis Diderot- Paris 7
Session L4.00004 Evolution of the gaps through the cuprate phase-diagram Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Sai, Na
University of Texas at Austin
Session U5.00003 First-principles modeling of functional oxides-semiconductor interfaces Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Saintillan, David
Courant Institute, New York University
Session P6.00003 Instabilities and pattern formation in active particle suspensions Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Sakamoto, Kazuyuki
Chiba University
Session V4.00001 Photoemission study on the charge transport mechanism in pentacene thin film Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Salahuddin, Sayeef
Purdue University
Session S2.00002 Use of negative capacitance to provide voltage amplification for ultra low power nanoscale devices Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Salamo, Gregory
University of Arkansas, Physics Department, Center for the Semiconductor Physics in Nanosctructures, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Session Q7.00002 What Quantum Dots Can Do for You Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Salvador, Paul
Carnegie Mellon University
Session U5.00004 Thin Film Synthesis of New Complex Titanates. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Salzberg, Brian M.
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Session P14.00001 High-Bandwidth Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals A Mechanical spike Accompanying the Action Potential in mammalian Nerve Terminals Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Sandow, Barbara
 
Session V34.00003 Promoting Positive Images of Women in Physics Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Sandweiss, Jack
Yale University
Session J2.00005 The Future of Scientific Publishing Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Santer, Benjamin
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Session U6.00003 Objective methods for detecting climate change and attribution of causes Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Santori, C.
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Session S1.00004 Coherent Population Trapping of Single Spins in Diamond under Optical Excitation Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Santori, C.
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Session S7.00005 TBD Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Satkovskiene, Dalia
Vilnius University
Session V34.00006 Marshak Lectureship Talk: Women in Physics in the Baltic States Region: Problems and Solutions Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Sato, Kazunori
The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
Session V33.00001 Design of dilute magnetic semiconductors with room temperature ferromagnetism by controlling spinodal decompostion Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Saunders, John
Royal Holloway University of London
Session J3.00004 Bi-layer $^{3}$He: a simple two dimensional heavy fermion system with quantum criticality Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Savchenko, Alexander
School of Physics, University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4QL, Uk
Session Y3.00003 Quantum Interference in Single and Bilayer Graphene Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Savin, Daniel
University of Vermont
Session B4.00001 Stimuli Responsive Vesicles, Micelles and Rods from Polypeptide-based Block Copolymers Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Savrasov, Sergey
University of California Davis
Session A3.00002 Computational Approaches for Strongly Correlated Materials: an Electronic Structure Theory Perspective. Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Scalapino, Douglas
UCSB
Session P1.00001 The Question of Pairing Glue in the Cuprate Superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Schatz, George
Northwestern University
Session J21.00001 Quantum Mechanics and Electrodynamics Studies of the Optical Properties of Metal Clusters/Nanoparticles Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Schechter, Moshe
University of British Columbia
Session L5.00001 Dilute anisotropic dipolar systems as random field Ising ferromagnets Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Scheffler, M.
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany and UC Santa Barbara, USA
Session A3.00001 Multi-Scale Modeling from First-Principles Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Schemm, Elizabeth
Department of Physics, Stanford University
Session A2.00002 Dichroism in the pseudogap phase observed through high precision Sagnac interferometry Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Scherer, Axel
California Institute of Technology
Session J35.00001 Silicon Photonics: An Affordable Solution for Communications at Terabit Data Rates Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Schiffer, P.
Penn State Univ.
Session Q6.00001 Frustration in a patterned array of nanoscale ferromagnetic islands: Artificial Spin Ice Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Schmalian, Joerg
Iowa State University and Ames Lab
Session H2.00004 Superconductivity, quasi-particle dynamics and strong-coupling physics Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Schmidt, Christoph
Georg-August-Universit\"at, Fakult\"at f\"ur Physik, III. Physikalisches Institut
Session H7.00001 Non-equilibrium mechanics of motor-driven cytoskeletal polymer networks Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Schneider, Joel
University of Delaware
Session W25.00001 Design of Responsive Peptide-based Hydrogels as Therapeutics Room: Morial Convention Center 217
Schollwoeck, Ulrich
RWTH Aachen
Session B6.00001 Cold atoms in 1D Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Schreck, Florian
Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Session W6.00005 Exploring an ultracold Fermi-Fermi mixture: interspecies Feshbach resonances of $^6$Li-$^{40}$K Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Schunck, Christian
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session W6.00001 Experiments in spin-polarized Fermi gases-- pairing without superfluidity? Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Schwarz, U.D.
Yale University
Session Q36.00001 Three-Dimensional Force Imaging and Quantification with Atomic Resolution Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Schweizer, Kenneth
University of Illinois
Session H3.00001 Polymer Prize Talk: Segmental Dynamics in Polymers : From Cold Melts to Aging and Stressed Glasses Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Seab, C. Greg
University of New Orleans
Session V5.00004 Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Segalman, R.
University of California Berkeley
Session V22.00001 Molecular Thermoelectrics Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Seideman, Tamar
Northwestern University
Session P26.00002 Spinning Tops in External Fields. From High Harmonic Generation to Control of Transport in the Nanoscale Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Seidman, David
Northwestern University
Session P20.00001 Segregation Effects at Internal Interfaces in Alloys: Atom-Probe Tomographic Experiments and Simulations Room: Morial Convention Center 212
Sela, Eran
University of British Colombia
Session B24.00005 Two-particle processes in quantum dots Room: Morial Convention Center 216
Sham, Lu
University of California San Diego
Session D4.00004 Spin Decoherence and Maxwell Angels Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Shaqfeh, Eric
Stanford University
Session Q3.00002 The Coil-Stretch Transition after more than 30 years Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Sharma, Sangeeta
Institut f\"ur Theoretische Physik, Freie Universit\"at Berlin, Arnimallee 14, D-14195, Germany
Session S5.00005 First-principles approach to Non-Collinear Magnetism: towards Spin Dynamics Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Shastry, Sriram
University of California Santa Cruz
Session Q28.00001 Thermoelectric Transport Coefficients in Correlated Condensed Matter Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Shattuck, Mark
City College of New York
Session D8.00004 ``Free Energy" in Vibrated Granular Non-Equilibrium Steady-States. Room: Morial Convention Center RO6
Sheiko, Sergei
Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Session G1.00003 Understanding Polymer Properties through Imaging of Molecules. Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Shell, M. Scott
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California Santa Barbara
Session U18.00001 Folding peptides and proteins with all-atom physics: methods and applications Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Shen, Zhi-Xun
Stanford University
Session S4.00004 Angle-Resolved Photoemission Study of High Temperature Superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Shepson, Paul
Purdue Climate Change Research Center
Session S26.00006 A connection between arctic haze and halogen chemistry? Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Shi, Junren
Institute of Physics and ICQS, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China
Session S5.00001 Theory of Orbital Magnetization and its Generalization to Interacting Systems Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Shlens, Jonathon
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Session W7.00002 Exploring the network structure of concerted activity in the primate retina using maximum entropy methods Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Shtengel, Kirill
University of California, Riverside
Session U4.00004 Non-Abelian Interferometry Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Shull, Kenneth
Northwestern University
Session B18.00001 High Strain Deformation and Fracture of Self-Assembled Polymer Gels Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Sidorovskaia, Natalia
Department of Physics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Session V5.00005 Academic environment and dynamics in response to extreme events: Theory and Practice (Katrina Lessons) Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Signorell, Ruth
University of British Columbia, Chemistry Department
Session W26.00002 The Molecular Picture Behind Resonance Phenomena in Aerosol Spectra Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Silevitch, D.M.
James Franck Institute/University of Chicago
Session L5.00002 A ferromagnet in a continuously tuneable random field Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Sillanpaa, Mika
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Session D5.00002 Coherent manipulation of quantum information using two Josephson phase qubits coupled to a resonant cavity Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Simmerling, Carlos L.
Stony Brook University
Session J6.00004 Atomic-level simulations of biomolecular systems with a modified Amber force field Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Simmons, Christie
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Session Q15.00001 Spin Dependent Transport in Si/SiGe Few-Electron Quantum Dots Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Singleton, J.
LANL
Session V2.00004 The proposed BigLight fourth-generation light source at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Slavin, Andrei
Oakland University
Session D32.00004 Coherence of spin-torque microwave oscillators Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Slichter, Charles P.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session J2.00004 NMR and the BCS Theory Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Smith, Jim
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Session V26.00001 Measurements of the Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Nanoparticles Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Snijders, Paul
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session H20.00004 Self-organization of atom wires on vicinal surfaces Room: Morial Convention Center 212
Snyder, G. Jeffrey
California Institute of Technology
Session V35.00001 Thermoelectric Properties of Complex Zintl Phases Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Soden, Brian
University of Miami
Session U6.00002 Climate Feedbacks and Their Simulation in Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Models Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Solla, Sara A.
Northwestern University
Session W7.00004 Patterns of Neural Activity in Networks with Complex Connectivity Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Soloman, Darlene J.S.
CTO and Vice President, Aglient Technologies
Session Q5.00003 Creating Value with Long Term R\&D: The life science industry Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Somorjai, Gabor A.
Department of Chemistry, University of California Berkeley
Session P21.00001 The role of hot electrons in catalysis science Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Sonier, Jeff
Simon Fraser University
Session A2.00004 Inhomogeneous Superconductivity in YBa$_2$Cu$_3$O$_y$ and La$_{2-x}$Sr$_x$CuO$_4$ Above $T_c$ Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Sonnleitner, Max
BIOIDENT Technologies Inc.
Session J16.00001 Direct-Print Organic Photonics for Biodetection Chips Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Sorensen, Christopher
Kansas State University
Session W26.00001 "The optics of atmospheric aerosol particles" Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Souza, Ivo
Dept. of Physics, University of California Berkeley
Session S5.00002 Optical sum rules for the orbital magnetization and anomalous Hall conductivity Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Spaldin, Nicola
Materials Dept., UC Santa Barbara
Session Y4.00003 Towards a microscopic theory of toroidal moments in periodic crystals Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Srikanth, H.
Physics Department, University of South Florida
Session U23.00004 Interface magnetism in complex oxide heterostructures Room: Morial Convention Center 215
Srolovitz, David
Yeshiva University
Session A3.00005 Liquid Metal Embrittlement: new understanding for an old problem Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Stanley, H. Eugene
Boston University
Session J2.00002 Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Stanley, H. Eugene
Boston University
Session D39.00007 Economic Fluctuations and Statistical Physics: Quantifying Extremely Rare and Much Less Rare Events Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Stevenson, David J.
California Institute of Technology
Session T16.00003 Frontiers in the Interiors of Massive Planets Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Stienkemeier, Frank
University of Freiburg
Session A26.00001 Isolation of Molecules in Helium Nanodroplets: Spectroscopy and Dynamics at Ultra-cold Temperatures Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Stocker, Roman
Civil and Environmental Engineering - MIT
Session P6.00004 Life in a drop of Ocean: microfluidic insights into microbial ecology Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Stolow, Albert
National Research Council
Session L26.00002 Non-resonant, non-perturbative Dynamic Stark Control of Quantum Dynamics. Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Stuchebrukhov, Alexei
University of California at Davis
Session D6.00003 Correlated electron and proton transport in cytochrome c oxidase: Coulomb proton pump with kinetic gating Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Suel, Gurol
UT Southwestern
Session W40.00005 Noisy out of necessity: Probabilistic behavior during cellular differentiation Room: Morial Convention Center 232
Suess, D.
Vienna University of Technology
Session P32.00008 Fast Reversal in Multilayer Exchange Spring Media Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Sushkov, Andrei
 
Session Y4.00005 Electromagnons in multiferroics Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Tachiki, Masashi
The University of Tokyo
Session X5.00005 Mechanism of the terahertz wave emission from intrinsic Josephson junctions of Bi$_{2}$Sr$_{2}$CaCu$_{2}$O$_{8}$ Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Taguchi, Yasujiro
RIKEN
Session J11.00003 Controlling physical parameters of layer-structured nitride-halide superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center RO9
Tanaka, Yukio
Nagoya University
Session D10.00001 Odd-frequency pairing state in superconducting junctions Room: Morial Convention Center RO8
Tang, Jian-Ming
University of New Hampshire
Session H1.00001 Single-ion magnetic moments in semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Tannor, David J.
Department of Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Session L26.00004 New Developments in Quantum Control: Phase Space Learning Algorithms and Uncontrollable Quantum Systems Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Tate, Janet
Department of Physics, Oregon State University
Session Q7.00005 Thinking like a physicist: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics in the \textit{Paradigms in Physics} Curriculum at Oregon State University Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Taylor, P. Craig
Colorado School of Mines
Session L2.00001 Nano-Structured Silicon Thin Films for Photovoltaic Applications Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Terasaki, Ichiro
Waseda Univ.
Session W31.00004 Unconventional magneto-transport in novel layered cobalt oxides Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Tersoff, Jerry
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Session A20.00004 Modeling the complex evolution of self-assembled quantum dots Room: Morial Convention Center 212
Thacker, John
California Institute of Technology
Session U7.00004 Gravity - The Engine of the Universe Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Thewalt, Mike
Simon Fraser University
Session L19.00001 Highly Enriched $^{28}$Si -- a New Testbed for Impurity and Defect Structure Room: Morial Convention Center 211
Thiyagarajan, Pappannan
Argonne National Laboratory
Session V1.00005 Phase Behavior of Block Copolymer/Inorganic Nanoparticle Composites Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Thonhauser, T.
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey and Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT
Session S5.00003 A converse approach to the calculation of NMR shielding tensors Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Thoules, Michael
University of Michigan
Session B18.00005 Brittle-tough transitions during crack growth in toughened adhesives Room: Morial Convention Center 210
Thundat, Thomas
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session X15.00003 Microcantilever Biosensors Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Timusk, Thomas
McMaster University
Session L4.00002 Bosonic self energy spectrum of high temperature superconductors from optical spectroscopy Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Titov, Mikhail
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Session Q1.00004 Ballistic Transport in Graphene. Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Tkacik, Gasper
Princeton University
Session B7.00004 Information flow and optimization in transcriptional regulation Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Tobin, Roger
Tufts University
Session D3.00003 Sox and Drugs: Baseball, Steroids and Physics Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Todadri, Senthil
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session S6.00004 Algebraic charge liquids and the underdoped cuprates Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Tremblay, A.M.S.
Universite de Sherbrooke
Session X7.00001 Mott Transition, Antiferromagnetism, and d-wave Superconductivity in Two-Dimensional Organic Conductors and in Cuprates Using Cluster Dynamical Mean Field Theory Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Tretiak, S.
Theoretical Division, LANL, Los Alamos
Session X29.00004 First-principles calculation of carrier dynamics in CNTs Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Triscone, Jean-Marc
DPMC, University of Geneva
Session V31.00001 Field effect tuning of superconductivity at the LaAlO$_{3}$/SrTiO$_{3}$ interface Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Trogler, William
Department of Chemistry, University of California at San Diego
Session H4.00004 Detection of Explosive Materials Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Truskett, Thomas
The University of Texas at Austin
Session Q17.00001 Water, Hydrophobic Interactions, and Polymer Collapse Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Tseng, Yilder
University of Florida
Session X15.00001 Intracellular Mechanics-Based Drug Screening for Cancer Metastasis Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Tsymbal, Evgeny
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Session B32.00001 Theory of magnetic interactions and transport in tunnel junctions and point contacts Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Turner, Michael
University of Chicago
Session T1.00001 Quarks to Cosmos: Breaking News at the Interface of Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Tysoe, Wilfred
University Wisconsin Milwaukee
Session Q21.00003 "Understanding Reaction Pathways on Model Catalyst Surfaces" Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Tze, John S.
Department of Physics and Engineering Physics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E2, Canada
Session H11.00007 Superconductivity in high-pressure solids Room: Morial Convention Center RO9
Ucko, Daniel
Physical Review Letters, American Physical Society
Session S7.00003 Scientific publication: An alternative career in physics Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Ujfalussy, Balazs
Research Institute for Solid State Physics
Session Y32.00005 Magnetic ground state of small nanoparticles: Cr trimers on Au(111) Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Umstadter, Donald
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Session W16.00001 Novel Radiation Sources Based on Ultra-High-Power Lasers: New Capabilities for Radiology and Radiotherapy Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Vajo, John
HRL Laboratories, Malibu, California, USA
Session D36.00001 Nanoscale Hydrides in Porous Carbon Scaffolds Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Van de Walle, C.G.
 
Session L36.00001 Effects of point defects and impurities on kinetics in hydrogen storage materials Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Van den Broeck, Christian
Hasselt University
Session V17.00001 Beyond the second law. Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Van Wees, Bart
University of Groningen
Session Q1.00001 Electronic spin transport and spin precession in single graphene layers at room temperature. Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
van Wijland, Frederic
Laboratoire Mati\`ere et Syst\`emes Complexes, Universit\'e Denis Diderot - Paris VII
Session Q39.00013 Dynamic phase transitions in model glass formers Room: Morial Convention Center 231
Vandersypen, Lieven
Kavli Institute NanoScience TU Delft
Session U15.00001 Coherence and control of single electron spins in quantum dots Room: Morial Convention Center 207
Vardeny, Z. Valy
Physics Department, University of Utah
Session U1.00003 Frank Isakson Prize Talk: Optical Probes of $\pi $-Conjugated Polymers Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Varma, Chandra
University of California, Riverside
Session A2.00001 Microscopic Theory of the Phenomena in Cuprates Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Vishwanath, Ashvin
University of California, Berkeley
Session Q4.00004 Nernst effect and diamagnetism in phase fluctuating superconductors Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Vitelli, Vincenzo
University of Pennsylvanya
Session B5.00002 Columnar and crystalline monolayers on curved substrates Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Vlasov, Yurii
IBM
Session B3.00003 Silicon integrated nanophotonics for on-chip interconnects Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Vollmer, Frank
Rowland Institute at Harvard
Session Y7.00004 Light manipulation with Bacteriorhodopsin membrane self-assembled on high-Q photonic structures Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Voyles, Paul
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Session P11.00004 Inhomogeneous Nanoscale Disorder in Doped Magnesium Diboride Room: Morial Convention Center RO9
Wang, Huabing
NIMS
Session X5.00004 THz emission from a slice of high-\textit{Tc} superconducting single crystal Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Wang, Jigang
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California
Session B2.00003 Ultrafast Photoinduced Non-thermal Phenomena in (III, Mn)V Ferromagnetic Semiconductors Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Wang, Jin
X-ray Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Session L7.00004 Energy Landscape of Cellular Networks Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Wang, Lai-Sheng
Washington State University
Session B21.00005 Cage Clusters of Gold and Tin: Golden Buckyballs and Stannaspherene Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Wang, Shi-Qing
Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron
Session W4.00002 How does cohesive breakdown occur in entangled polymeric liquids? Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Wang, Ziqiang
Department of Physics, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467
Session W2.00004 Novel electronic states in Na$_x$CoO$_2$: Role of strong correlation and Na dopant order Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Wannberg, Bjorn
VG Scienta AB
Session S4.00001 Keithly Award Talk: Pushing the limits in ARPES Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Warner, Mark
University of Cambridge
Session P3.00005 Liquid Crystalline Polymers and Networks -- orientation, molecular shape change, mechanics Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Wasserman, Adam
Harvard University
Session U13.00003 Investigating interaction-induced chaos using time-dependent density functional theory Room: Morial Convention Center 204
Watanabe, Hiroshi
Nagoya University
Session W4.00001 Dielectric and Viscoelastic Investigation of Entanglement Relaxation Room: Morial Convention Center 206
Watkins, James
University of Massachusetts
Session A22.00007 Ordered Inorganic/Organic Composites via Novel Templates and Techniques Room: Morial Convention Center 214
Weber, Justin R.
Department of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106-9530, USA
Session A6.00003 Dangling-bond defects and hydrogen passivation in germanium Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Weeks, Eric R.
Department of Physics, Emory University
Session S3.00003 Single particle dynamics of aging in colloidal systems Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Weiss, David
Penn State
Session B6.00004 Imaging single atoms in a three dimensional array Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Welp , U.
Argonne National Laboratory
Session X5.00002 Emission of Coherent THz-Radiation from Superconductors. Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Wen, Hai-hu
National Lab for Superconductivity, Institute of Physics, CAS
Session U11.00007 Novel properties in the normal state and the mixed state due to multiband effect in MgB$_{2}$ Room: Morial Convention Center RO9
Werner, Philipp
Columbia University
Session X7.00002 Continuous time quantum Monte Carlo (CTQMC): a fast algorithm to solve the DMFT equations Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Wester, R.
Physikalisches Institut, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg, Hermann-Herder-Str. 3, 79104 Freiburg, Germany
Session H26.00001 Reactions of cold trapped anions Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Whaley, K. Birgitta
University of California, Berkeley
Session A26.00008 Coherent boson dynamics in strongly localized potentials - helium excitations at planar aromatic molecules and trapped cold atoms Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Widom, Jonathan
Dept. of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Cell Biology, and Dept. of Chemistry, Northwestern University
Session B7.00005 The Genomic Code for Nucleosome Positioning Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Wiebe, Jens
Institute of Applied Physics, University of Hamburg
Session B36.00001 Subkelvin spin polarized STM: measuring magnetization curves of individual adatoms Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Wieckowski, Andrzej
University of Illinois, Champaigne
Session Q21.00001 "Heterogeneous Electrocatalysis" Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Wiescher, Michael
University of Notre Dame
Session T1.00001 Quarks to Cosmos: Breaking News at the Interface of Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Wiesendanger, Roland
University of Hamburg, Institute of Applied Physics
Session G1.00002 Scanning Probe Microscopy for Spin Mapping and Spin Manipulation on the Atomic Scale Room: New Orleans Marriott Carondelet (3rd floor)
Williamson, Jeffrey
Virginia Commonwealth University
Session U16.00001 Image-Guided Radiation Therapy: the potential for imaging science research to improve cancer treatment outcomes Room: Morial Convention Center 208
Winkler, Jay
California Institute of Technology
Session D6.00002 Long-Range Electron Transfer through Proteins and Solvents Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Witten, Thomas
University of Chicago
Session B5.00001 Generalized Crumpling: induced singularities in gently deformed elastic sheets Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Witzel, Wayne
University of Maryland, College Park
Session U28.00004 Cluster Techniques to Study Spin Decoherence in a Spin Bath Room: Morial Convention Center 220
Wolf, Jean-Pierre
University of Geneva
Session P26.00001 Use of Ultrafast Molecular Dynamics and Optimal Control for Identifying Biomolecules Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Wolgemuth, Charles
UCONN Health Center
Session P6.00001 Depolymerization-driven flow and the crawling of nematode sperm Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Wood, John
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Session D3.00004 Zero CTE Glass in the Hubble Space Telescope Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Wood-Black, Frankie
Trihydro
Session S7.00004 Adventures of the Industrial Researcher Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Worsnop, Douglas
Aerodyne Research, University of Helsinki
Session S26.00001 Tropopsheric Aerosol Chemistry via Aerosol Mass Spectrometry Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Wrachtrup, Joerg
Stuttgart University
Session S1.00005 Controlling single defects: Electric and magnetic fields Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Wu, Ling-An
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China
Session V34.00005 Women in Physics in a Rapidly Changing China Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Wu, Ruqian
University of California, Irvine
Session P27.00005 First-principles calculation of low-dimensional magnetic structures Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Wu, Xiaosong
Georgia Tech-Physics, Atlanta
Session Y3.00002 Quantum interference in Epitaxial Graphene: Evidence for Chiral Electrons Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Wu, Xifan
Princeton University
Session U38.00007 Predicting polarization and nonlinear dielectric response of arbitrary perovskite superlattice sequences Room: Morial Convention Center 230
Wu, Y.Z.
Surface Physics Laboratory (National Key Laboratory) and Advanced Material Laboratory, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China
Session P27.00001 Magnetic Stripe Phase at the Spin Reorientation Transition of an Ultrathin Magnetic Film Room: Morial Convention Center 219
Wu, Zhigang
BNNI, University of California at Berkeley and Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Session D31.00001 First Principles Studies of Tapered Silicon Nanowires: Fundamental Insights and Practical Applications Room: Morial Convention Center 223
Xu, Haitao
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization
Session D9.00004 Particle Dynamics in Turbulence Room: Morial Convention Center RO7
Xu, Jian
Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State University
Session Y7.00005 The Integration of Bacteriorhodopsin Proteins with Semiconductor Heterostructure Devices Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Xu, Ting
UC Berkeley, MSE \& Chemistry
Session J25.00007 De novo designed peptide and peptide-polymer conjugate for biomolecular materials Room: Morial Convention Center 217
Yablonovitch, E.
EECS Dept., University of California, Berkeley
Session S2.00001 Will a New Milli-Volt Switch Replace the Transistor for Digital Applications? Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Yakovlev, Dmitri
Technical University Dortmund
Session Y33.00005 Spin coherence of electrons in singly-charged quantum dots Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Yakunin, Andrei
Technical University of Eindhoven
Session H1.00004 The wave function of a single-ion magnetic moment in GaAs Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Yang, Yi-feng
University of California, Davis
Session H5.00004 Universal behavior in heavy electron materials Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Yazdani, Ali
Department of Physics, Princeton University
Session H1.00002 Atom-by-Atom Substitution of Mn in GaAs and Visualization of their Hole-Mediated Interactions Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane AB
Ye, Jun
JILA/NIST/University of Colorado
Session H26.00005 Cold and ultracold polar molecules Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Yeganeh, Mohsen
ExxonMobil Corporate Strategic Research Laboratories
Session Y6.00004 Non- linear Optical Spectroscopy of Interfaces Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Yelleswarapu, Chandra
University of Massachusetts Boston
Session Y7.00003 Optical Fourier and Holographic Techniques for Medical Image Processing with Bacteriorhodopsin Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Yethiraj, Arun
University of Wisconsin
Session H3.00004 Dynamics of fluids in complex environments Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Yip, Sungkit
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Session U14.00001 FFLO states in resonant Fermi gases Room: Morial Convention Center 205
Young, A.P.
University of California Santa Cruz
Session L5.00005 Is there an Almeida Thouless line in spin glasses? Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Yun, Wenbing
XRadia Corp.
Session A36.00001 Room: Morial Convention Center 228
Zaera, Francisco
University of California
Session S21.00003 Molecular Factors Determining Selectivity in Catalysis. Room: Morial Convention Center 213
Zanni, Martin
University of Wisconsin
Session P26.00003 Enhancing vibrational selectivity and 2D IR spectroscopies with mid-IR pulse shaping Room: Morial Convention Center 218
Zaslavsky, A.
Brown Univ, Providence, RI
Session U5.00005 Semiconductor-on-epitaxial insulator: towards ultrathin and nonclassical semiconductor devices Room: Morial Convention Center RO1
Zayats, Anatoly
The Queen's University of Belfast
Session H35.00001 Plasmonic metamaterials with tuneable optical properties Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Zeng, Hao
University at Buffalo-SUNY
Session P32.00001 Magnetism of FePt nanoparticles and nanodot arrays. Room: Morial Convention Center 225
Zenner, Greta M.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session J7.00002 A Cutting-Edge Education: Incorporating Nano into the Undergraduate Curricula. Room: Morial Convention Center RO5
Zhang, Xiang
Chancellor's Professor and Director
Session D35.00004 Optical Super Lens: from near-field to far field Room: Morial Convention Center 227
Zhang, Xiaoguang
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session X6.00003 Electron tunneling in epitaxial magnetic tunnel junctions Room: Morial Convention Center RO4
Zheng, Guo-qing
Okayama University
Session W2.00002 Pairing symmetry of the hydrated cobaltate superconductor Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Zhong, Dongping
Dept. of Physics, The Ohio State University
Session D17.00002 Ultrafast studies of flavins and flavoproteins Room: Morial Convention Center 209
Zhou, Shuyun
 
Session D29.00001 Electronic properties of Dirac fermions in epitaxial graphene Room: Morial Convention Center 221
Zhulina, Ekaterina
Institute of Macromolecular Compounds, Russia
Session U3.00002 Polymer brushes Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Zimanyi, Gergely
Department of Physics, University of California, Davis, California 95616, USA
Session W3.00003 Domain Coarsening and Aging in Dislocation Glasses Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Zlotnick, Adam
Biochemistry \& Molecular Biology, OUHSC
Session Q2.00002 Diversity in virus assembly: biology makes things complicated Room: Morial Convention Center LaLouisiane C
Zukoski, Charles
University of Illinois
Session H3.00003 Complex Fluid Microstructure, Rheology and Glass Transitions:~ Effect of Continuous Phase Molecular Weight Room: Morial Convention Center RO2 - RO3
Zutic, I.
SUNY Buffalo
Session U33.00001 Tailoring Magnetism in Bulk Semiconductors and Quantum Dots Room: Morial Convention Center 224
Session A
  A1. Spectroscopy of Two-Dimensional Electronic Systems
  A2. New Developments in HTSC I
  A3. Frontiers in Computational Materials
  A4. Polymers at Surfaces: Adhesion, Tribology and Patterning
  A5. Supersolid 4He: A New State of Matter
  A6. Novel Channel Materials for CMOS Technology
  A7. Oscillations Without Transcription in Vivo and in Vitro
  A8. Colloidal Self-Assembly I
  A9. Focus Session: Fluid Dynamics of Animal Motion
  A10. Tunneling on Cuprate Superconductors
  A11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Exotic Behavior in MgB2-like Materials
  A12. Strongly Correlated 1D Systems
  A13. Focus Session: Simulations of Matter at Extreme Conditions I: Hydrogen Helium, and Planetary Materials
  A14. Focus Session: Quantum Simulation of Condensed Matter Systems With Ultracold Atoms
  A15. Focus Session: Theory of Magnetization Dynamics
  A16. Dynamics of Nucleic Acids
  A17. Cold Fusion
  A18. Focus Session: Multiscale Modeling: Polymers, Nanocomposites, and Biomacromolecules
  A19. Magnetic and Superconducting Properties
  A20. Focus Session: Quantum Dots and Semiconductor Surface Nanostructures
  A21. Focus Session: Reversibly Associating Polymers: Theory and Experiments
  A22. Focus Session: Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Nanomaterials I: Patterning and Self Assembly
  A23. Focus Session: Manganites I
  A24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures I: STM and Atomic Control
  A25. Block Copolymer Thin Films
  A26. Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules I
  A27. Focus Session: Pyrochlores
  A28. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures I: Carbon Nanotubes
  A29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials I: Graphene Transport
  A30. Electronic Properties of Graphene and Related Structures I
  A31. Focus Session: Oxide Interfaces I
  A32. Disordered Magnetic Materials
  A33. Focus Session: Spin Dependent Phenomena in Semiconductors: I
  A35. Focus Session: Negative Index Materials I
  A36. Focus Session: X-ray and Electron Optics and Microscopy
  A37. Semiconductors I: Growth and Processing
  A38. Focus Session: Biocompatibility
  A39. Focus Session: Elasticity and Geometry of Thin Objects
  A40. Phase Stability and Phase Transitions
Session B
  B1. Strongly Correlated Electrons in One Dimension
  B2. Magnetism in Semiconductors: New Frontiers
  B3. Silicon Photonics
  B4. Self-assembled Macromolecular Structures
  B5. Geometry and Elasticity
  B6. Quantum Simulation and Quantum Information Theory in Cold Atoms
  B7. Gene Regulation
  B8. Colloidal Self-Assembly II
  B9. Pattern Formation and Nonlinear Dynamics
  B10. Gaps, Pseudogaps and Fermi Surfaces in Cuprates
  B11. Magnetic Properties of Cuprate Superconductors
  B12. Organic Conductors and Strongly Correlated 2D Systems
  B13. Focus Session: Simulations of Matter at Extreme Conditions II: Beryllium, Carbon, and Metals
  B14. Casimir Forces, Collisions and Atomic Structure
  B15. Quantum Entanglement I
  B16. Nonlinear Dynamics of Neuronal and Cardiac Systems
  B17. Lipid Bilayers: Structure and Function
  B18. Focus Session: Mechanical Properties of Polymers: Fracture and Adhesion
  B19. Novel Surface Instrumentation and Techniques
  B20. Focus Session: Growth, Kinetics and Quantum Effects in Metal Thin Films
  B21. Focus Session: Clusters, Cluster Assemblies, Nanoscale Materials I
  B22. Focus Session: Organic Electronics: FETs I
  B23. Focus Session: Perovskite Cobaltites
  B24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures II: Strong Correlations
  B25. Polymer Blends
  B26. Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules II
  B27. Focus Session: Molecular Magnets I
  B28. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures II: Graphene, Graphite and Related Materials
  B29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials II: Graphene Transport
  B30. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials III: Synthesis
  B31. Focus Session: Computational Nanoscience I: Electronic and Optical Properties of Nanoclusters
  B32. Focus Session: Nanocontacts and Inhomogeneous Magnetic States
  B33. Focus Session: Spin Dependent Phenomena in Semiconductors: II
  B35. Focus Session: Emerging Materials and Devices I
  B36. Focus Session: Advances in Scanned Probe Microscopy I: Low Temperatures
  B37. FQHE in Higher Landau Levels
  B38. Structure, Electronic Properties, Spectroscopy, and Ionic Transport in Insulators
  B39. Focus Session: Collective Dynamics of Self-Driven Particles
  B40. SPS Undergraduate Research and Outreach I
Session C
  C1. Poster Session I: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Session D
  D1. Fundamental Developments in Density Functional Theory
  D2. New Developments in HTSC II
  D3. Materials Physics in the Fast Lane
  D4. Probing Spin and Charge States in Semiconductor Quantum Dots and 揗olecules?/a>
  
D5. Circuit QED: Superconducting Qubits Coupled to Cavities
  D6. Long-Distance Charge Transfer in Biological Systems
  D7. Locomotion in Complex Fluids
  D8. Focus Session: Granular Flows: Vibrated
  D9. Focus Session: Turbulence
  D10. Focus Session: Hybrid Magnetic-Superconducting Systems I
  D11. Inhomogeneous Superconductors and Transport
  D12. Theory of Ferroelectric, Multiferroic, and Other Structural Transitions
  D13. Computational Methods: Strongly Correlated and Many Body Systems
  D14. Quantum Information Science in AMO
  D15. Focus Session: Foundations of Quantum Theory I
  D16. Biological Networks
  D17. Focus Session: Time-Resolved Structural Investigations on Protein Folding and Function
  D18. Polymers at Surfaces
  D19. Focus Session: Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors I
  D20. Focus Session: Growth and Properties of Novel Semiconductor and Related Nanostructures
  D21. Focus Session: Clusters, Cluster Assemblies, Nanoscale Materials II
  D22. Focus Session: Organic Electronics: Synthesis and Materials
  D23. Focus Session: Triangular Lattice and Spinels
  D24. Superlattices and Nanostructures: Electronic Properties I
  D25. Theory and Simulations I
  D26. Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules III
  D27. Focus Session: Magnetic Nanowires and Nanodots I
  D28. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures III: Single Molecules
  D29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials IV: Graphene
  D30. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials V: Nanotube Transport
  D31. Focus Session: Computational Nanoscience II: Nanowires and Transport
  D32. Focus Session: Spin Transfer Torque I
  D33. Focus Session: Spin Dependent Phenomena in Semiconductors: III
  D35. Focus Session: Negative Index Materials II
  D36. Focus Session: Hydrogen Storage I: Chemical Hydride and Complex Metal Hydride Materials I
  D37. Optical Properties of Semiconductors (mostly nitrides)
  D38. Metals: Defects and Elastic Properties
  D39. Focus Session: Econophysics and Applications Outside of Physics
  D40. SPS Undergraduate Research and Outreach II
Session E
  E1. APS Prize and Award Session
Session F
  F1. Welcome Reception
Session G
  G1. 25 Years of Scanning Probe Microscopy
Session H
  H1. Single-Ion Magnetic Moments in Semiconductors
  H2. New Developments in HTSC III
  H3. Polymer Physics Prize
  H4. Selected Applications Using Materials Science
  H5. CeMIn5 (115 ) Heavy Electron Materials: A Rosetta Stone for the Kondo Lattice?
  H6. Understanding Hurricanes and Severe Storms: Patterns, Prediction and Mitigation
  H7. Complex Active Biomaterials: Mechanics and Microrheology
  H8. Focus Session: Glassy Dynamics in Colloids
  H9. Instabilities and Fluid Dynamics
  H10. Josephson Effects
  H11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Computational Design of Novel Superconductors
  H12. Lattice and Magnetic Properties of Multiferroics
  H13. Focus Session: Simulations of Matter at Extreme Conditions III: Classical MD, Potentials, and Energetic Materials
  H14. Cold Gases: One Dimensional Phenomena
  H15. Focus Session: Superconducting Qubits I
  H16. Focus Session: Biochip Physics I
  H17. Proteins: Structure and Function
  H18. Block Copolymers in Solution and Blends
  H19. Molecules on Surface: Structure
  H20. Focus Session: Assembly of Nanowires and Related Structures
  H21. Focus Session: Clusters, Cluster Assemblies, Nanoscale Materials III
  H22. Electrically and Optically Active Polymers
  H23. Focus Session: Probing and Modifying Materials with Lasers I
  H24. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures III: Functional Nanowires
  H25. Adsorption of Organics on Surfaces
  H26. Focus Session: Photophysics of Cold Molecules IV
  H27. Correlated Electrons: Heavy Fermions and Exotic Magnets
  H28. Photonic Crystals
  H29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials VI: Graphene Transport
  H30. Electronic Properties of Graphene and Related Structures II
  H31. Focus Session: Computational Nanoscience III: Ferroelectrics, Surfaces, and Water
  H32. Focus Session: Magnetic Imaging
  H33. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Magnetic Semiconductors
  H35. Focus Session: Negative Index Materials III
  H36. Focus Session: Advances in Scanned Probe Microscopy II: Force Methods
  H37. Optical Properties of Semiconductors (mostly oxides)
  H39. Student Prize Session followed by Focus Session: Friction
  H40. Focus Session: Earth and Planetary Materials I
Session J
  J1. Pake Prize, McGroddy Prizes, Buckley Prize Session
  J2. 50th Anniversary of Physical Review Letters
  J3. Kondo Screening and Quantum Criticality from the Spatial Limit: From Single Spins to Droplets to Lattices
  J4. Panel Discussion: Making the Invisible Scientist Visible: Science in Emergent Countries
  J5. Where is the Center of Mass for Family, Career, and Self?
  J6. Effective Potentials and Force Fields for Simulating Biological Macromolecules
  J7. Undergraduate Nanotechnology and Materials Physics Education I
  J8. Granular Flows
  J9. Fluid Structure and Properties
  J10. Superconductivity: Vortex I
  J11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Novel Non-Boride Superconductors
  J12. Experimental Studies of the Heavy Fermion 115 Compounds
  J13. Focus Session: Simulations of Matter at Extreme Conditions IV: Crystalline Solids, Liquids, and Methods
  J14. Focus Session: Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless Regime and Rotating Quantum Gases
  J15. Quantum Computation
  J16. Focus Session: Biochip Physics II
  J17. Focus Session: General Biological Patterns
  J18. Frank J. Padden Award Symposium
  J19. Focus Session: How to Develop an Education Component for an NSF Proposal
  J20. Focus Session: Electronic and Lattice Properties of Surfaces and Thin Films
  J21. Focus Session: Clusters, Cluster Assemblies, Nanoscale Materials IV
  J22. Organic Electronics, Photonics and Magnetics: Theory
  J23. Focus Session: Cuprates and Nickelates
  J24. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures IV: Quantum Dots
  J25. Focus Session: Biopolymers: Molecules, Solutions and Networks I
  J26. Focus Session: Quantum Control I
  J27. Focus Session: Triangular Lattice
  J28. Focus Session: Thermoelectricity in Semiconductor Nanostructures
  J29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials VII: Electronic Properties
  J30. Optical Properties and Experimental Characterization of Graphene and Related Structures
  J31. Focus Session: Computational Nanoscience IV: Nanocrystals
  J32. Focus Session: Damping and Spin Relaxation
  J33. Focus Session: Mostly Spins in Group IV Semiconductors and Organics
  J35. Focus Session: Emerging Materials and Devices II
  J36. Focus Session: Materials for Photovoltaics and Photocatalysis I
  J37. QHE: Bilayers and Graphene
  J39. Focus Session: Friction and Contact
  J40. Focus Session: Earth and Planetary Materials II
Session K
  K1. Poster Session II: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Session L
  L1. Nobel Prize Session followed by Onsager Prize Session
  L2. The Physics of Next Generation Photovoltaics
  L3. The Physics of Climate and Climate Change
  L4. Bosonic Modes in HTSC
  L5. Phase Transitions in Disordered Magnets
  L6. Minorities in Condensed Matter Physics
  L7. Multiscale Phenomena in Biological Physics
  L9. Colloidal Self Assembly and Interactions
  L10. Focus Session: Electronic and Vortex Mechanisms for Higher Performing Superconductors
  L11. Superconductivity: Transport and Fermi Pockets
  L12. Heavy Fermion Theory and Strong Correlations
  L13. Ground State Density Functional Theory: Theory Development
  L14. Focus Session: Foundations of Quantum Theory II
  L15. Focus Session: Progress toward Scalable Quantum Information Processing
  L16. Focus Session: Brownian Motors
  L17. Solid Helium
  L18. Focus Session: John H. Dillon Medal Symposium
  L19. Focus Session: Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors II
  L20. Focus Session: Self-Assembled Organic Overlayers
  L21. Focus Session: Clusters, Cluster Assemblies, Nanoscale Materials V
  L22. Confinement-Induced Structures in Block Copolymers
  L23. Focus Session: Probing and Modifying Materials with Lasers II
  L24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures IV: 2DES, Dots, and QPCs
  L25. Semi-crystalline Polymers
  L26. Focus Session: Quantum Control II
  L27. Focus Session: Low-dimensional Spin Systems
  L28. Material Issues for Superconducting Qubits
  L29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials VIII: Electronic Structure of Graphene
  L30. Metallic and Semiconducting Nanotubes
  L31. Graphene: Atomic Structure and Lattice Properties
  L32. Focus Session: Spin Transfer Torque II
  L33. Focus Session: Spins in Quantum Dots
  L35. Optoelectronic Devices and Applications
  L36. Focus Session: Hydrogen Storage II: Chemical Hydride and Complex Metal Hydride Materials II
  L37. Semiconductors II: Structure and Phase Diagrams
  L39. Focus Session: Deformation and Fracture
  L40. High Pressure
Session M
  M15. GQI Business Meeting
  M16. DBP Business Meeting
  M18. DPOLY Business Meeting
  M23. GSCCM Business Meeting
  M27. GMAG Business Meeting
  M29. GSNP Business Meeting
  M35. FIAP Business Meeting
  M36. GIMS Business Meeting
  M37. DCP Business Meeting
  M38. DCOMP Business Meeting
  M39. DMP Business Meeting
  M40. DCMP Business Meeting
Session P
  P1. Is There Pairing Glue in Cuprate Superconductors?
  P2. Controlling Electron Spins: Propagation and Dynamics
  P3. Simple Views on Bulk Polymers: Symposium Honoring P G de Gennes
  P4. Fluctuations and Rare Events in Physical, Chemical, and Biological Systems
  P5. Quantum Information Meets Gravitation
  P6. Fluid Dynamics and Biology
  P7. Optical Lattices
  P8. Glassy Dynamics
  P9. Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices
  P10. Superconducting Nanostructures I
  P11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Disorder in Novel Superconductors
  P12. Skutterudites and Other Heavy Fermions
  P13. Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory
  P14. High-Bandwidth Dynamic Atomic Force Microscopy
  P15. Focus Session: Superconducting Qubits II
  P16. Focus Session: Cytoskeletal Dynamics and Cell Motility I
  P17. Quantum Fluids and Solids I
  P18. Polymer Nanocomposites I
  P20. Focus Session: Engineering Interfaces for New Materials I: Internal Interfaces
  P21. Focus Session: Fundamental Issues in Catalysis I
  P22. Focus Session: Organic Electronics: FETs II
  P23. Focus Session: Multifunctional Oxides: BiFeO3 and Thin Films
  P24. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures V: Plasmonics and Metallic Nanostructures
  P25. Focus Session: DNA and Protein Analysis with Micro and Nanofluidics
  P26. Focus Session: Quantum Control III
  P27. Focus Session: Low-dimensional Magnetism
  P28. Superlattices and Nanostructures (Wires, Dots, etc.): Optical Properties I
  P29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials IX: Graphene Electronic Structure
  P30. Electronic Properties of Graphene and Related Structures III
  P31. Focus Session: Computational Nanoscience V: Mechanical Properties and General Methods
  P32. Focus Session: Magnetic Media and Hard Magnetic Materials
  P33. Focus Session: Mostly Spin Injection in Si
  P34. Tutorial for Authors and Referees of Physical Review
  P35. Focus Session: Materials for Photovoltaics and Photocatalysis II
  P36. Focus Session: X-ray and Neutron Instrumentation and Science
  P37. Semiconductors III: Electronic and Optical Properties I
  P38. Relaxor Ferroelectrics and Piezoelectrics
  P39. Applications of Complex Networks
  P40. Surface Effects, Thermodynamics and Fabrication
Session Q
  Q1. Ballistic Charge and Spin Transport in Graphene
  Q2. The Physics of Self-Assembled Protein Cages
  Q3. Simple Views on Polymer Dynamics: Symposium Honoring P G de Gennes
  Q4. Pairing Fluctuations Near the Superconductor-Insulator Transition
  Q5. Panel Discussion: How Can Industry Best Support the Innovative Research That It Needs?
  Q6. Artificial and Tunable Realizations of Spin Systems
  Q7. Undergraduate Nanotechnology and Materials Physics Education II
  Q8. Colloidal Phase Behavior
  Q9. Focus Session: DNA and Biofluid Analysis with Micro and Nanofluidic Devices
  Q10. Superconductivity: Vortex II
  Q11. Focus Session: Hybrid Magnetic-Superconducting Systems II
  Q12. Focus Session: Hidden Order and Heavy Fermions
  Q13. Ground State Density Functional Theory: Applications
  Q14. Bosons in Optical Lattices
  Q15. Focus Session: Semiconductor Qubit Approaches I
  Q16. Focus Session: Cytoskeletal Dynamics and Cell Motility II
  Q17. Focus Session: Hydrophobic Interactions at Multiple Scales in Biology
  Q18. Polymer Nanocomposites II
  Q19. Physics Education: In and Out of the Classroom
  Q20. Focus Session: Engineering Interfaces for New Materials II: Surfaces
  Q21. Focus Session: Fundamental Issues in Catalysis II
  Q22. Focus Session: New Methods in Polymer Physics
  Q23. Focus Session: Bilayer Manganites
  Q24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures V: Optics, Mechanics, and Networks
  Q25. Physical Properties of Melts and Solutions
  Q26. Advances in Spectroscopy
  Q27. Focus Session: One-dimensional Spin Chains
  Q28. Focus Session: Thermoelectricity in Bulk Materials
  Q29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials X: p-n Junctions and Mesoscopic Effects in Graphene
  Q30. Nanotubes and Nanowires I: Electronic and Transport Properties
  Q31. Computational Nanoscience: Nanotubes and Graphene
  Q32. Focus Session: Molecular Magnets II
  Q33. Focus Session: Spin Polarization in Compound Semiconductors
  Q35. Focus Session: Emerging Materials and Devices III
  Q36. Focus Session: Advances in Scanned Probe Microscopy III: Force Methods
  Q37. Magnetotransport in 2DEGs
  Q38. Focus Session: Ferroelectric Films and Finite Size Effects
  Q39. Focus Session: Models and Materials Far from Equilibrium
  Q40. Metals: Nanoparticles, Compounds and Thermodynamics
Session R
  R1. Poster Session III: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Session S
  S1. Diamond-based Quantum Information Processing
  S2. Can Power Dissipation in a Switch Be Significantly Lowered?
  S3. Aging, Shear and Rejuvenation: Mechanics of Glasses, Colloids and Granular Matter
  S4. Keithley Award Symposium
  S5. Theory of Orbital Magnetization and Related Properties
  S6. Superfluid Density in Underdoped Cuprates
  S7. Panel Discussion: Non-traditional Careers for Physicists
  S8. Colloidal Rheology
  S9. Optical Properties of Superconductors
  S10. Superconductors: Synthesis and Physical Properties
  S11. Theory of Superconductivity in Cuprates I
  S12. Strongly Correlated Quantum Phases
  S13. Focus Session: Frontiers in Electronic Structure Theory I
  S14. Fermions in Optical Lattices
  S15. Superconducting Qubits III
  S16. Focus Session: General Techniques and Radiation Therapies in Biological Physics
  S17. Quantum Fluids and Solids II
  S18. Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Nanomaterials II: Assembly and Fabrication
  S19. Focus Session: Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors III
  S20. Focus Session: Engineering Interfaces for New Materials III: Heterogeneous Interfaces
  S21. Focus Session: Fundamental Issues in Catalysis III
  S22. Focus Session: Organic Electronics: Contacts and Interfaces
  S23. Focus Session: Nanostructured Oxides and Thin Films
  S24. Fullerenes (not nanotubes)
  S25. Gels and Elastomers
  S26. Focus Session: Advances in Atmospheric Aerosol Science I
  S27. Focus Session: Magnetic Nanowires and Nanodots II
  S28. Superlattices and Nanostructures (Wires, Dots, etc.): Optical Properties II
  S29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XI: Optical Spectroscopy
  S30. Nanotubes, Transport, and Other Properties
  S31. Focus Session: Multiferroics I: 113 and 125
  S32. Focus Session: Magnetic Tunneling
  S33. Focus Session: Mostly III-V Semiconductors
  S35. Focus Session: Nanotechnology I
  S36. Focus Session: Hydrogen Storage III: Novel Porous and Sorbent Materials
  S37. Effect of Strain on Ferroelectrics
  S39. Systems Far From Equilibrium and Other Topics in Statistical Physics
  S40. History of Physics
Session T
  T1. Quarks to Cosmos: Breaking News at the Interface of Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics
  T16. Town Hall Meeting: Materials Physics at Gigabar Pressures
Session U
  U1. Isakson Prize, Adler Award, Nicholson Medal Session
  U2. Electron Nematics
  U3. Simple Views on Polymers at Surfaces and Interfaces: Symposium Honoring P G de Gennes
  U4. Interferometry in the Quantum Hall Regime
  U5. Epitaxial Oxide/Semiconductor Systems
  U6. Computational and Theoretical Challenges in Predicting Climate Change
  U7. Physics Demonstrations and Strategies for Teaching and Public Outreach
  U8. Colloidal Manipulation Techniques
  U9. Fluctuations, Phase Transitions and the Polar Kerr Effect
  U10. Superconductivity: Magnetic Field Effects
  U11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Enhancement of Superconducting Properties
  U12. Strongly Correlated Electron Systems: Quantum Phase Transitions
  U13. Focus Session: Frontiers in Electronic Structure Theory II
  U14. Focus Session: Exotic Phases in Ultracold Fermi Gases
  U15. Focus Session: Open Quantum Systems and Decoherence
  U16. Focus Session: Medical Physics and Radiation Biology
  U17. Proteins in Membranes and the Cytoskeleton
  U18. Focus Session: Polymer Collapse and Protein Folding
  U19. Computational Methods: Dynamics, Transport, and Plasma
  U20. Focus Session: Metal Surfaces, Interfaces, and Thin Films
  U21. Surfaces and Interfaces I
  U22. Focus Session: Nonequilibrium Fluctuations in Biomolecules
  U23. Focus Session: Manganite Thin Films
  U24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures VI: Nonequilibrium Phenomena and Noise
  U25. Theory and Simulation II
  U26. Focus Session: Advances in Atmospheric Aerosol Science II
  U27. Correlated Electrons: Theory, Actinides, and Ising Systems
  U28. Focus Session: Semiconductor Qubit Approaches II
  U29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XII: Graphene Transport
  U30. Electronic Properties of Graphene and Related Structures IV
  U31. Focus Session: Multiferroics II: Theory and LuFe2O4
  U32. Focus Session: Magnetic Multilayers and Nanostructures
  U33. Focus Session: Theory and Simulations of Magnetism I
  U35. Focus Session: Hydrogen Storage IV: Theoretical Predictions
  U36. Nanoinstrumentation for Biological and Other Applications
  U37. Transport Properties of Semiconductors: 2-D Systems
  U38. Focus Session: Ferroelectric Oxide Superlattices and Oxide Thermoelectrics
  U39. Focus Session: Structure and Dynamics of Complex Networks
  U40. Biomolecular Computation
Session V
  V1. Recent Advances in Soft Complex Materials Using Neutron Scattering
  V2. Facilities for Meeting Grand Challenges
  V3. Industrial Physics History
  V4. Electronic Excitations in Organic Molecular Crystals/Fluctuating Fronts: Beyond a Popular Mean-Field Theory
  V5. Panel Discussion: Lessons Learned from Katrina: How to Prepare a Department for Catastrophic Events
  V7. Oscillations and Segmentation: Dynamical Genetic Regulation in Time and Space
  V8. Liquid Crystals I: Structure and Defects
  V9. Computational Methods: Multiscale Modeling
  V10. Proximity Effect, Electron-doped Cuprates, STM
  V11. Quasiparticle Dispersion and Coupling in Cuprates
  V12. Metal Insulator Transition I: Vanadium Oxides and Others
  V13. Focus Session: Frontiers in Electronic Structure Theory III
  V14. BEC-BCS Crossover
  V15. Quantum Error Correction and Control
  V16. Focus Session: Medical Imaging and Related Technologies
  V17. Focus Session: Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of Small Systems
  V18. Focus Session: Properties of Block Copolymers
  V19. New Frontiers for Biological Physics
  V20. Phase Transitions: Structural, Electronic, and Magnetic
  V21. Charged and Ion-Containing Polymers I
  V22. Focus Session: Organic Electronics: Molecular Junctions
  V23. Focus Session: Charge/Orbital Ordering in Complex Oxides
  V24. Focus Session: Transport in Nanostructures VII: Si Interfaces and Carbon
  V25. Focus Session: Interfaces and Adhesion I
  V26. Focus Session: Advances in Atmospheric Aerosol Science III
  V27. Focus Session: Frustrated Theory
  V28. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures VI: Nanoscale Metamaterials
  V29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XIII: Synthesis
  V30. Nanotubes and Nanowires II: Other Properties I
  V31. Focus Session: Oxide Interfaces II
  V32. Focus Session: Magnetic Semiconductors and Novel Magnetic Materials
  V33. Focus Session: Theory of Spin Phenomena in Semiconductors
  V34. Panel Discussion: International Gender Issues in Physics
  V35. Focus Session: Thermoelectric Phenomena in Nanostructured Materials
  V36. Advances in Scanned Probe Microscopy IV: Optical and High Frequency Methods
  V37. QHE and FQHE
  V38. Focus Session: Multiferroics and Multiferroic Composites
  V39. Focus Session: Jamming I: Theory
  V40. Nucleic Acids: Structure and Function
Session W
  W2. Electronic Structure, Magnetism and Superconductivity of Sodium Cobaltate
  W3. Dislocation Patterns and Avalanches
  W4. Dynamics of Polymers
  W5. Sensing Science and Sensors for Industrial Applications
  W6. Strong Interacting Fermi Gases with Spin Asymmetry
  W7. Nonlinear Dynamics of Neural Systems: A Statistical Mechanics of the Brain
  W8. Liquid Crystals II: Dynamics and Topology
  W9. Theoretical Methods and Applications
  W10. Focus Session: Hybrid Magnetic-Superconducting Systems III
  W11. Theory of Superconductivity in Cuprates II
  W12. Metal Insulator Transition II: Theory
  W13. Quantum Monte Carlo
  W14. Quantum Optics
  W15. Quantum Entanglement II
  W16. Focus Session: Novel Biomedical Techniques
  W17. General Biological Physics
  W18. Focus Session: Dynamics of Nucleic Acid-Protein Interactions
  W19. Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors IV
  W20. Oxide Surfaces, Interfaces and Thin Films
  W21. Surfaces and Interfaces II
  W22. Focus Session: Organic Photovoltaics and LEDs
  W23. Focus Session: Manganites II
  W24. Glassy and Amorphous Systems
  W25. Focus Session: Biopolymers: Molecules, Solutions and Networks II
  W26. Focus Session: Advances in Atmospheric Aerosol Science IV
  W27. Focus Session: Spin Glasses and SrCu2(BO3)2
  W28. Superlattices and Nanostructures: Electronic Properties II
  W29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XIV: Theory and Sensing
  W30. Nanotubes and Nanowires III: Other Properties II
  W31. Focus Session: New Materials and Properties of Complex Oxides
  W32. Focus Session: Domain Wall Motion and Itinerant Magnetism
  W33. Focus Session: Spins in Narrow Gap Semiconductors
  W35. Focus Session: Nanotechnology II
  W36. Focus Session: Materials for Photovoltaics and Photocatalysis III
  W37. Focus Session: Multiferrocity in BiFeO$_3$-based films
  W39. Focus Session: Jamming II: Packing and Force Networks
  W40. Focus Session: Networks, Regulation, and Pathways in Cell Biology
Session X
  X3. Interface Phenomena in Oxides
  X4. Approaching Quantum Limits in Optomechanical Systems
  X5. Superconducting Sources of THz-Radiation
  X6. Tunnel Magnetoresistance: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
  X7. Understanding Strongly Correlated Materials with Dynamical Mean Field Theory Methods
  X8. Focus Session: Wormlike Micellar Fluids and Vesicles
  X9. Focus Session: Spinor Condensates and Dipolar Gases
  X10. Superconducting Devices and Applications
  X11. Focus Session: MgB2-like: Properties of Exotic Superconductors
  X12. Charge Density Wave and Charge Order
  X13. Quantum Monte Carlo Methods and Strongly Correlated Systems
  X15. Emerging Nano-based Diagnostics and Therapeutics: Approaches to Cancer Treatment
  X18. Focus Session: Dynamics and Structures in Polymer Melts, Gels and Glasses
  X22. Organic Magnetics and Bio-Electronics
  X23. Focus Session: Multiferroics III: Other
  X24. Nanotubes: Transport, Synthesis and Growth
  X25. Block Copolymer Phase Behavior
  X27. Focus Session: Exchange Bias and Magnetic Interactions
  X28. Focus Session: Optical Properties of Nanostructures VII: Surface Plasmons and Periodic Arrays
  X29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XV: Electronic Structure and Optical Properties
  X30. Composite and Porous Media
  X31. Focus Session: Ruthenates
  X32. Focus Session: Magnetic Sensors
  X33. Focus Session: Magnetic Resonance in Magnetic Semiconductors
  X35. Semiconducting Devices and Applications
  X36. Advances in Instrumentation and Measurements
  X37. Semiconductors IV: Electronic and Optical Properties II
  X39. Miscellaneous Topics in Statistical Physics
  X40. Self Assembled Protein Cages
Session Y
  Y3. Novel Physics and Quantum Interference in Weakly Disordered Graphene Devices
  Y4. New Symmetries and Excitations in Multiferroics
  Y5. Charged and Ion-Containing Polymers II
  Y6. Industrial Advanced Characterizations
  Y7. Control of Light with Bacteriorhodopsin
  Y8. Hydrodynamics of Surfaces and Films
  Y9. BEC/Matter Optics/Atom Interferometry
  Y10. Superconducting Nanostructures II
  Y11. Oxide Spectroscopy
  Y12. General Theory
  Y13. Classical Molecular Dynamics and Fluids
  Y15. Focus Session: Quantum Metrology and Control: Fundamental Limits and Applications
  Y18. Dynamics of Thin Polymer Films
  Y22. Interfaces and Adhesion II
  Y23. Focus Session: Electronic Structure of Complex Oxides
  Y24. Nanotube Devices and Applications
  Y25. Theory and Simulations III
  Y27. Focus Session: Kagome Magnets
  Y28. Superlattices and Nanostructures: Electronic Properties III
  Y29. Focus Session: Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials XVI: Mechanical and Thermal Properties
  Y30. Low Dimensional Systems
  Y31. Focus Session: Sodium Cobaltites
  Y32. Focus Session: Theory and Simulations of Magnetism II
  Y33. Focus Session: Diluted Magnetic Oxides
  Y36. Focus Session: Artificial Neurons
  Y37. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Semiconductors
  Y39. Other Topics in Statistical Physics
  Y40. Bionanotechnology
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