
Stanford University ResistiveSwitching Random Access Memory (RRAM) VerilogA Model v. 1.0.0
25 Aug 2014  Compact Models  Contributor(s): Zizhen Jiang, H.S. Philip Wong
The Stanford University RRAM Model is a SPICEcompatible compact model which describes switching performance for bipolar metal oxide RRAM. In principle, this model has no limitations on the size of the RRAM cell. The complex process of ion and vacancy migration was simplified into the growth of...

PAMELA (Pseudospectral Analysis Method with Exchange & Local Approximations)
29 May 2014  Downloads  Contributor(s): Bryan M. Wong
PAMELA (Pseudospectral Analysis Method with Exchange & Local Approximations): calculates electronic energies, densities, wavefunctions, and bandbending diagrams for coreshell nanowires within a selfconsistent SchrodingerPoisson formalism.

FranckCondon Overlap Integrals
29 May 2014  Downloads  Contributor(s): Bryan M. Wong
FranckCondon Overlap Integrals: calculates the vibrational overlap integral between two nuclear wavefunctions using the formalism developed by Sharp and Rosenstock [J. Chem. Phys., 41, 3453 (1964)].

Pitzer Inertias
29 May 2014  Downloads  Contributor(s): Bryan M. Wong
Pitzer Inertias: calculates effective Pitzer inertias for largeamplitude torsions

Eckart Inertias
29 May 2014  Downloads  Contributor(s): Bryan M. Wong
Eckart Inertias: calculates effective Eckart inertias for largeamplitude torsions. The Eckart inertias are obtained by solving a system of transcendental equations using the Powell dogleg method. Since this system is highly nonlinear, analytical Jacobians have been implemented in the dogleg...

Mandelbrotx
29 May 2014  Downloads  Contributor(s): Bryan M. Wong
Mandelbrotx: plots interesting Mandelbrotlike sets. These codes make pretty nice pictures.

Ongoing Transformation of Computational Nanophotonics
18 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Alexander V. Kildishev
Computational nanophotonics is one of the central tools of the science of light and photonic device engineering. It plays a crucial role in enabling optical technologies ranging from biosensing to quantum information processing. Up to the present, a plethora of various methods and commercial...

Coherent Nonlinear Optics, Backward Waves and Negative Spatial Dispersion
16 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Alexander K. Popov
Extraordinary frequencyconverting nonlinearoptical propagation processes associated with backward electromagnetic and elastic waves are described. Particular realizations of negative spatial dispersion which enable such waves are investigated.

ME 517 Lecture 26: Microfluidics  Stokes Sphere Drag II
13 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

ME 517 Lecture 25: Microfluidics  Stokes Sphere Drag I
13 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

ME 517 Lecture 22: Microfluidics  Couette Flow II
02 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

ME 592 Lecture 11: EDPIV Tutorial II
02 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

ME 592 Lecture 10: EDPIV Tutorial I
02 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

Green's Function for Heat Conduction in an Infinite Hollow Cylinder R50 with a Type 5 Boundary Condition
05 May 2014  Papers  Contributor(s): Donald E. Amos
The Green’s function is the principal tool in construction of the general solution to the classical heat conduction problem. The solution is presented in terms of the internal heat generation, initial temperature and integrals which reflect the physical influence of the boundary. In the...

ME 592 Lecture 09: Window Shift and Deformation II
01 May 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

Green's Function for Heat Conduction in a Semiinfinite Medium X50 with a Type 5 Boundary Condition
01 May 2014  Papers  Contributor(s): Donald E. Amos
The Green's function is the principal tool in construction of the general solution to the classical heat conduction problem. The solution is presented in terms of the internal heat generation, initial temperature and integrals which reflect the physical influence of the boundary. In the...

ME 592 Lecture 08: Window Shift and Deformation I
30 Apr 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Steve Wereley

[Illinois] Cooperation and Construction: From Multicellularity to Eusociality
28 Apr 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Corina Tarnita
The evolutionary trajectory of life on earth is one of increasing size and complexity. Yet the standard equations of evolutionary dynamics describe mutation and selection among similar organisms that compete on the same level of organization. I will try to outline a mathematical theory that...

[Illinois] Biomaterials to Replicate the Form and Function of Inhomogeneous Structures in the Body
28 Apr 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Brendan Harley
The extracellular matrix (ECM) is a complex organization of structural proteins such as collagens and proteoglycans. Understanding that the ECM is dynamic and often spatially patterned or heterogeneous over the lengthscale of traditional biomaterials, we are developing instructive biomaterials...

[Illinois] Plasmonic Engineering in Nanomedicine
28 Apr 2014  Online Presentations  Contributor(s): Srikanth Singamaneni
Plasmonics involves the control of light at the nanoscale using surface plasmons. One particular area where plasmonics is expected to make an enoromous impact is the field of life sciences, with applications in bioimaging, biosensing, and targted and externallytriggered therapy. In the first...