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Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 37
Total Simulation Users Served: 80
Total "and more" Users Served: 1,632
Rank by Contributions: 33 / 1421
First Contribution: 04 Jan 2011
Last Contribution: 08 Sep 2011
Citations on Contributions: 1
Table 2: Simulation Tool Usage
# Tool Name Users served in last 12 months Simulation Runs in last 12 months Total users served Total Simulation Runs Citations Published On
1 TRANSpull: computes pulling coupled to transport properties of single molecules. 9 93 23 433 - 08 Sep 2011
2 Bimodal Polymer Nano Brush 9 17 26 140 - 08 Aug 2011
3 Polymer Nano Brush 7 21 32 327 - 28 Jan 2011
4 MOLpull: A tool for molecular free energy reconstruction along a pulling coordinate 6 105 23 2,040 1 04 Jan 2011
TOTAL 28 236 80 2,940
Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 MSE 405 Lecture 32: Current in Semiconductors I Online Presentations 35 182 - 30 Jan 2011
2 MSE 405 Lecture 31: Extrinsic Semiconductors Online Presentations 31 172 - 30 Jan 2011
3 MSE 405 Lecture 30: Intrinsic Semiconductors Online Presentations 34 174 - 30 Jan 2011
4 MSE 405 Lecture 29: Consequences of the Band Theory Online Presentations 32 184 - 30 Jan 2011
5 MSE 405 Lecture 28: Local Periodic Potentials Online Presentations 36 177 - 30 Jan 2011
6 MSE 405 Lecture 26: Nearly Free Electrons Online Presentations 31 176 - 30 Jan 2011
7 MSE 405 Lecture 25: The Harmonic Crystal II Online Presentations 27 155 - 30 Jan 2011
8 MSE 405 Lecture 24: The Harmonic Crystal I Online Presentations 36 183 - 30 Jan 2011
9 MSE 405 Lecture 23: Vibrations II Online Presentations 28 160 - 30 Jan 2011
10 MSE 405 Lecture 22: Vibrations I Online Presentations 32 186 - 30 Jan 2011
11 MSE 405 Lecture 21: Free Electron Theory II Online Presentations 32 177 - 30 Jan 2011
12 MSE 405 Lecture 27: Waves in Locally Periodic Media Online Presentations 36 180 - 30 Jan 2011
13 MSE 405 Lecture 13: Bosons and Fermions Online Presentations 33 187 - 30 Jan 2011
14 MSE 405 Lecture 19: Arbitrary Potential Online Presentations 29 155 - 30 Jan 2011
15 MSE 405 Lecture 12: Quantum Numbers Online Presentations 31 176 - 30 Jan 2011
16 MSE 405 Lecture 18: Quantum Statistical Physics Online Presentations 31 181 - 30 Jan 2011
17 MSE 405 Lecture 11: Hydrogen Atoms II Online Presentations 31 169 - 30 Jan 2011
18 MSE 405 Lecture 17: Midterm Review II Online Presentations 18 104 - 30 Jan 2011
19 MSE 405 Lecture 16: Midterm Review I Online Presentations 22 108 - 30 Jan 2011
20 MSE 405 Lecture 15: Perturbation Theory Online Presentations 37 221 - 30 Jan 2011
21 MSE 405 Lecture 14: Variational Principle Online Presentations 31 178 - 30 Jan 2011
22 MSE 405 Lecture 20: Free Electron Theory I Online Presentations 34 364 - 30 Jan 2011
23 MSE 405 Lecture 6: Bound Particles II Online Presentations 39 214 - 30 Jan 2011
24 MSE 405 Lecture 5: Bound Particles I Online Presentations 38 215 - 30 Jan 2011
25 MSE 405 Lecture 4: Free Particle Online Presentations 46 223 - 30 Jan 2011
26 MSE 405 Lecture 3: Time Independent Schroedinger Equation Online Presentations 44 237 - 30 Jan 2011
27 MSE 405 Lecture 9: Separation of Variables II Online Presentations 32 164 - 30 Jan 2011
28 MSE 405 Lecture 2: Wave Function Online Presentations 56 307 - 30 Jan 2011
29 MSE 405 Lecture 8: Separation of Variables I Online Presentations 35 182 - 30 Jan 2011
30 MSE 405 Lecture 7: Scattering and Tunneling Online Presentations 42 219 - 30 Jan 2011
31 MSE 405 Lecture 10: Hydrogen Atoms I Online Presentations 34 187 - 30 Jan 2011
32 MSE 405 Physics of Solids Courses 398 1,632 - 30 Jan 2011
33 MSE 405 Lecture 1: Introduction Online Presentations 89 458 - 28 Jan 2011
TOTAL 434 1,632
* Total only includes versions of the tools this author contributed to.

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