Karla Vega

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Introduction Shown in Figure 1 is the simulation of the energetics of the dissociation of a metastable molecule. The simulation was computed by Dr. Robert Wyatt, a Professor of Chemistry at The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Wyatt’s simulation uses a model molecule composed of two fragments, A and B. Starting from the molecular state AB, the simulation(More)
The complex nature of atherosclerosis demands high-resolution approaches to identify subtle thrombogenic lesions and define the risk of plaque rupture. Here, we report the proof-of-concept use of a multimodal scanning fiber endoscope (SFE) consisting of a single optical fiber scanned by a piezoelectric drive that illuminates tissue with red, blue, and green(More)
"Inside Views of a Rapidly Spinning Star" shows a sampler of visualized variables from a star simulation generated with ASH (Anelastic Spherical Harmonic, originally developed at the University of Colorado) on Ranger at the Texas Advanced Computing Center. This simulated star is similar to our Sun in mass and composition but spinning five times faster. The(More)
INTRODUCTION Disruption of vulnerable atherosclerotic plaque is the precipitating factor that culminates in thrombosis and ischemia. Current technologies do not have sufficient power to identify subtle thrombogenic lesions (ie, ulcers) in the arterial endoluminal surfaces nor reliably predict markers for future symptomatology. We developed an ultra-thin(More)
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