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21 May 2012 Japan's response to the changing global order: the case of a "Gaggle of Gs"

'Japan's response to the changing global order: the case of a "Gaggle of Gs"', International Relations of the Asia-Pacific <http://irap.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/12/22/irap.lcr023> , Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 229-257. 

By Professor Hugo Dobson, University of Sheffield

10 May 2012 Nanoscale Semiconductors by Atmospheric-Pressure Microplasmas: Synthesis and Surface Engineering

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"Nanoscale Semiconductors by Atmospheric-Pressure Microplasmas: Synthesis and Surface Engineering"

Invited Speaker at the 221st Meeting of the Electrochemical Society-ECS, 6-11 May 2012, Seattle-WA, USA

Posted by Dr. Davide Mariotti, University of Ulster

 

Silicon nanocrystals surface engineering by nanosecond laser processing in water

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“Silicon nanocrystals surface engineering by nanosecond laser processing in water” The Review of Laser Engineering, 40 (2012) 1

Co-author Dr. Davide Mariotti, University of Ulster

 

Silicon nanocrystals in liquid media: optical properties and surface stabilization by microplasma-induced non-equilibrium liquid chemistry

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“Silicon nanocrystals in liquid media: optical properties and surface stabilization by microplasma-induced non-equilibrium liquid chemistry” Advanced Functional Materials, 22 (2012) 954 

Co-author Dr. Davide Mariotti, University of Ulster

02 May 2012 Inclination variation in the Late Jurassic to Eocene red beds from southeast Asia: lithological to locality scale approach

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"Inclination variation in the Late Jurassic to Eocene red beds from southeast Asia: lithological to locality scale approach," Geophysical Journal International, 186, 471–491I (2011).

Co-author Haider Zaman  

Paleomagnetism of the Lower Middle Jurassic to Cretaceous red beds from the Peninsular Thailand

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"Paleomagnetism of the Lower Middle Jurassic to Cretaceous red beds from the Peninsular Thailand," Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 40, 784–796 (2011)

Co-author Dr. Haider Zaman

Paleomagnetic versus GPS determined tectonic rotation around eastern Himalayan syntaxis in East Asia

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"Paleomagnetic versus GPS determined tectonic rotation around eastern Himalayan syntaxis in East Asia." Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 37, 438–451, (2010). 

Co-author Dr. Haider Zaman

A classification scheme for turbulence based on the velocity-intermittency structure with an application to near-wall flow and with implications for bedload transport,

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"A classification scheme for turbulence based on the velocity-intermittency structure with an application to near-wall flow and with implications for bedload transport," Journal of Geophysical Research 117, F01037, doi:10.1029/2011JF002127 (2012)

First Author Dr. Christopher Keylock, University of Sheffield

 

IX International Symposium on “Radiation from Relativistic Electrons in Periodic Structures"

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IX International Symposium on “Radiation from Relativistic Electrons in Periodic Structures” RREPS’11, September 12-16, 2011,Royal Holloway, University of London. Proceedings are being published in Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

 http://rreps.tpu.ru/

Organised by Dr. Pavel Karataev, Royal Holloway, University of London

 

01 May 2012 EU-Japan project that aims to demonstrate highly efficiency solar cells and their deployment in solar concentrator systems

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 Imperial College is participating in a large EU-Japan project that aims to demonstrate highly efficiency solar cells and their deployment in solar concentrator systems. The project is a joint initiative between the EU-FP7 programme and Japanese New Energy Development Organisation (NEDO) and will run until the end of 2014. The project has a web-site hosted at: http://www.ngcpv.org

One publication from this project has already been accepted for publication in the journal "Progress in Photovoltaics":

"VALIDATION OF ENERGY PREDICTION METHOD FOR A CONCENTRATOR PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE IN TOYOHASHI JAPAN"

Posted by Dr. Ned J. Ekins-Daukes, Imperial College London