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Mathematical modelling and computational analysis play an essential role in improving our capability to elucidate the functions and characteristics of complex biological systems such as metabolic, regulatory and cell signalling pathways. The modelling and concomitant simulation render it possible to predict the cellular behaviour of systems under various(More)
This chapter is a review of the application of Raman spectroscopy in characterizing the properties of graphene, both exfoliated and synthesized, and graphene-based materials such as graphene-oxide. Graphene is a 2dimensional honeycomb lattice of sp2-bonded carbon atoms and has received enormous interest because of its host of interesting material properties(More)
Advances in high-throughput techniques have led to the creation of increasing amounts of glycome data. The storage and analysis of this data would benefit greatly from a compact notation for describing glycan structures that can be easily stored and interpreted by computers. Towards this end, we propose a fixed-length alpha-numeric code for representing(More)
We developed high-performance thermal interface materials (TIMs) based on a few-layer graphene (FLG) composite, where FLG was prepared by the interlayer catalytic exfoliation (ICE) method. We experimentally demonstrated the feasibility of FLG composites as TIMs by investigating their thermal and mechanical properties and reliability. We measured the thermal(More)
Articles you may be interested in Fabrication and mechanical characterization of graphene oxide-reinforced poly (acrylic acid)/gelatin composite hydrogels J. Investigation of thermal conductivity, viscosity, and electrical conductivity of graphene based nanofluids Thermal conductivity of composites with hybrid carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoplatelets(More)
Special attention is recently being paid to microbial fuel cells (MFCs) as promising research and practical application in the biological production of electricity from wastewater at low cost. In this work, the genome scale in silico model of E. coli has been employed for establishing the strain improvement strategy for MFC under the integrated framework.(More)
Hu, Jiuning Ph.D., Purdue University, May 2015. Transport studies in graphenebased materials and structures. Major Professor: Yong P. Chen. Graphene, a single atomic layer of graphite, has emerged as one of the most attractive materials in recent years for its many unique and excellent properties, inviting a broad area of fundamental studies and(More)
Sandwich structures of aluminum oxide, nickel, and aluminum oxide films are fabricated by atomic layer deposition to study thermal interfacial resistance between a metal and a dielectric material and the interfacial coupling effect across a thin metal layer. Thermal resistance of a thin nickel layer as well as two interfaces is measured using the 3x method.(More)
This paper provides an integrated framework handling discrete events for the biological systems. The living organism involves various conditions including discrete phenomena. To enhance the performance and productivity of biological systems, discrete variables play a significant role in designing and operating the biological facilities such as the(More)
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