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- Shokoofeh Pourmehr, Valiallah Monajjemi, +4 authors Richard T. Vaughan
- HRI
- 2014

We present a multi-modal multi-robot interaction whereby a user can identify an individual or a group of robots using haptic stimuli, and name them using a voice command (e.g."<i>You two are green</i>"). Subsequent commands can be addressed to the same robot(s) by name (e.g. "<i>Green! Take off</i>!"). We demonstrate this as part of a real-world integrated… (More)

We analyze the performance of quantum ratchets by considering the dynamics of an initially localized wave packet loaded into a flashing periodic potential. The directed center-of-mass motion can be initiated by the uniform modulation of the potential height, provided that the modulation protocol breaks all relevant time-and spatial-reflection symmetries. A… (More)

- Valiallah Monajjemi, Shokoofeh Pourmehr, +4 authors Richard T. Vaughan
- HRI
- 2014

We present an integrated human-robot interaction system that enables a user to select and command a team of two Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) using voice, touch, face engagement and hand gestures. This system integrates multiple human [multi]-robot interaction interfaces as well as a navigation and mapping algorithm in a coherent semi-realistic scenario.… (More)

- Fei Zhan, Nianbei Li, Sigmund Kohler, Peter Hänggi
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

We explore heat transfer in molecular junctions between two leads in the absence of a finite net thermal bias. The application of an unbiased time-periodic temperature modulation of the leads entails a dynamical breaking of reflection symmetry, such that a directed heat current may emerge (ratchet effect). In particular, we consider two cases of… (More)

- Nianbei Li, Fei Zhan, Peter Hänggi, Baowen Li
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

We investigate directed thermal heat flux across one-dimensional homogenous nonlinear lattices when no net thermal bias is present on average. A nonlinear lattice of Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-type or Lennard-Jones-type system is connected at both ends to thermal baths which are held at the same temperature on temporal average. We study two different modulations of… (More)

- Meihua Liang, Fei Zhan, +6 authors Xiaoyi Huang
- BMC Cancer
- 2016

Platinum-based chemotherapy is emerging as the first line of treatment for castration resistant prostate cancer. Among the family of platinum (IV)-based compounds, a member known as CPA-7 inhibits the growth of multiple cancer cell lines. However, how and to what extent CPA-7 elicits its anti-prostate cancer effects in vivo is largely unknown. In this… (More)

- Michele Campisi, Fei Zhan, Peter Talkner, Peter Hänggi
- Physical review letters
- 2012

A logarithmic oscillator (in short, log-oscillator) behaves like an ideal thermostat because of its infinite heat capacity: When it weakly couples to another system, time averages of the system observables agree with ensemble averages from a Gibbs distribution with a temperature T that is given by the strength of the logarithmic potential. The resulting… (More)

– A particle in the attractive Coulomb field has an interesting property: its specific heat is constant and negative. We show, both analytically and numerically, that when a classical Hamiltonian system stays in weak contact with one such negative specific heat object, its statistics conforms to a fat-tailed power-law distribution with power index given by… (More)

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