Tobias Frey

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Six patients with the syndrome of myelinated nerve fibers, high axial myopia, and refractory amblyopia were studied with particular emphasis on their sensory status. Ocular examination included keratometry, B-scan ultrasonography, measurement of axial lengths, and fundus photography. Sensory testing included visual fields, photostress testing, and neutral(More)
We investigate ground and excited state transport through small (d≈70  nm) graphene quantum dots. The successive spin filling of orbital states is detected by measuring the difference between ground-state energies as a function of a magnetic field. For a magnetic field in-plane of the quantum dot the Zeeman splitting of spin states is measured. The results(More)
to increasing total energy content through (i) increasing the contribution of grain and (ii) increasing the digest-Maize (Zea mays L.) silage is a high-quality forage for ruminants, ibility of the stover. Much of the variation in forage di-but there have been few significant breeding efforts specifically dedicated to improving maize forage yield or quality(More)
We present transport measurements on a strongly coupled graphene quantum dot in a perpendicular magnetic field. The device consists of an etched single-layer graphene flake with two narrow constrictions separating a 140 nm diameter island from source and drain graphene contacts. Lateral graphene gates are used to electrostatically tune the device.(More)
Carrier concentration and mobility were measured for intrinsic cubic InN and GaN, and for Si-doped cubic GaN as a function of temperature. Metallic n-type conductivity was found for the InN, while background p-type conductivity was observed for the intrinsic GaN layer. Doping the cubic GaN with Si two regimes were observed. For low Si-doping concentrations,(More)
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has been used extensively to study the structure of antibody combining sites. In recent studies we have observed the proton resonance spectra of the Fab fragment of a monoclonal anti-spin-label antibody derived from a hybridoma grown on various specifically deuterated amino acids. The broadening of the proton resonance(More)
Mosquito is a lightweight and adaptive physical design framework for Hadoop. Mosquito connects to existing data pipelines in Hadoop MapReduce and/or HDFS, observes the data, and creates better physical designs, i.e. indexes, as a byproduct. Our approach is minimally invasive, yet it allows users and developers to easily improve the runtime of Hadoop. We(More)