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- Jesse Berezovsky, Mario F. Borunda, E. J. Heller, R. M. Westervelt
- Nanotechnology
- 2010

Graphene provides a fascinating testbed for new physics and exciting opportunities for future applications based on quantum phenomena. To understand the coherent flow of electrons through a graphene… (More)

We give a covariant characterisation of the Penrose plane wave limit: the plane wave profile matrix A(u) is the restriction of the null geodesic deviation matrix (curvature tensor) of the original… (More)

As a step towards understanding the properties of string theory in time-dependent and singular spacetimes, we study the divergence of density operators for string ensembles in singular… (More)

- Kainen L. Utt, Pablo Rivero, +4 authors Salvador Barraza-Lopez
- ACS central science
- 2015

Black phosphorus is a monatomic semiconducting layered material that degrades exothermically in the presence of light and ambient contaminants. Its degradation dynamics remain largely unknown. Even… (More)

We study string-gas cosmology in dilaton gravity, inspired by the fact that it naturally arises in a string theory context. Our main interest is the thermodynamical treatment of the stringgas and the… (More)

- Eric J Heller, Yuan Yang, +4 authors Efthimios Kaxiras
- ACS nano
- 2016

Raman scattering plays a key role in unraveling the quantum dynamics of graphene, perhaps the most promising material of recent times. It is crucial to correctly interpret the meaning of the spectra.… (More)

Douglas J. Mason,1 Mario F. Borunda,1,2 and Eric J. Heller1,3 1Department of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, USA 2Department of Physics, Oklahoma State University,… (More)

- Xiong-Jun Liu, Mario F. Borunda, Xin Liu, Jairo Sinova
- Physical review letters
- 2009

We propose an experimental scheme to observe spin-orbit coupling effects of a two-dimensional Fermi atomic gas cloud by coupling its internal electronic states (pseudospins) to radiation in a Lambda… (More)

We elaborate upon the “processed Husimi map” representation for visualizing quantum wave functions using coherent states as a measurement of the local phase space to produce a vector field related to… (More)

Mario F. Borunda,1,2,* H. Hennig,2 and Eric J. Heller2,3 1Department of Physics, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078, USA 2Department of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge,… (More)