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Michael Brupbacher’s article selected as an Editor’s Pick in Applied Optics

September 21, 2017

Portions of Dr. Michael Brupbacher’s recently defended dissertation have been published in Applied Optics, a journal of the Optical Society of America. The article, titled “Temperature-dependent diffuse reflectance spectroscopy of plasma-sprayed Cr-doped α-alumina using supercontinuum laser illumination and CO2 laser heating“, was selected as an “Editor’s Pick” which connotates that the work in an excellent […]

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Howard Katz

Dr. Howard Katz publishes two papers on polymer based conductors

September 13, 2017

In a recently published paper in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Professor Howard Katz details research showcasing a polymer-dopant combination that resulted in a large number of charges per unit volume of the polymer, and a high mobility for the charges, thus leading to the potential development of a polymer with a high […]

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Utilizing the Controlled Combustion

September 5, 2017

In a recent manuscript prepared for publication, Viewing Internal Bubbling and Microexplosions in Molten Metal Particles: a Next Step Towards Controlling Combustion, authors Elliot Wainwright, Shashank Lakshman, Andrew Leong, Alex Kinsey, John Gibbins, Shane Arlington, Tao Sun, Kamel Fezzaa, Todd Hufnagel, and Timothy Weihs present visual evidence of the bubbling that drives the microexplosions of […]

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Professor Hufnagel and his Netherlands Sabbatical

July 27, 2017

  This past spring semester, Prof. Todd Hufnagel was on sabbatical in the Netherlands where he had an appointment as a visiting professor in the Institute of Physics at the University of Amsterdam. He spent much of his time working with the group of Peter Schall on the deformation of hard-sphere colloidal glasses, which are […]

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Reversing the Loss of Sight

June 13, 2017

A novel peptide and drug delivery system developed by a trio of Johns Hopkins researchers is close to improving vision care for millions of people who suffer from degenerative retinal diseases, such as wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic macular edema, and diabetic retinopathy. On the eighth floor of the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, […]

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