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07 Aug 2015 Recent Academic Accomplishments Posted by Dr. Chi Lun Pang, University College London

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(2n× 1) Reconstructions of TiO2 (011) Revealed by Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Chi Lun Pang, Ayhan Yurtsever, Jo Onoda, Yoshiaki Sugimoto, Geoff Thornton

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (2014) 23168

DOI: 10.1021/jp507422s

Funded by the Osaka University Visiting Scholar Program

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Tunneling Desorption of Single Hydrogen on the Surface of Titanium Dioxide

Taketoshi Minato, Seiji Kajita, Chi Lun Pang, Naoki Asao, Yoshinori Yamamoto, Takashi Nakayama, Maki Kawai, Yousoo Kim

ACS Nano 9 (2015) 6837

DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b01607

Funded by a JSPS BRIDGE Fellowship

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Title: Imaging Ultrathin Metal Oxide Films RIKEN (Wako Campus) 17th July 2015

03 Aug 2015 Recent academic accomplishments posted by Dr. John Evans, Imperial College London

Articles resulting from research undertaken during a JSPS Short Term Pre/Postdoctoral Fellowship:

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1. Mohiuddin, Keka, IS, Evans TJ, Hirota K, Shimizu H, Kono K, Takeda S and Hirano S (2013) A novel

genotoxicity assay of carbon nanotubes using functional Macrophage Receptor with Collagenous Structure

(MARCO)-expressing chicken B lymphocytes. Archives of Toxicity

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23963510

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2. Narita T, Tsurimoto T, Nishihara K, Evans T, Iwai S, Takeda S and Hirota K (2010) Human replicative

DNA polymerase δ can bypass T-T (6-4) ultraviolet photoproducts on template strands. Genes to Cells, 15:

1228–1239

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21070511

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 3. Evans TJ, Yamamoto KN, Hirota K and Takeda S (2010) Mutant cells defective in DNA repair pathways

provide a sensitive high-throughput assay for genotoxicity. DNA Repair, 9: 1292–1298

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21030320

Recent academic accomplishments posted by Professor Colin Cooper, King's College London

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This article describes ongoing joint research collaboration between

the Yamashita Group Theoretical Computer Science Laboratory

at the University of Kyushu, Fukuoka (KyuDai), and the Algorithm

and Bioinformatics group in the Department of Informatics at King's

College London (KCL).

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In the academic year 2014-15 this research saw three joint

publications in computer science conferences. The topic of the work

was on consensus and evolution of periodic behaviour in distributed

systems. The conferences are SSS 2015, SIROCCO 2015 and DISC 2015.

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The visit of KyuDai PhD student Takeharu Shiraga to King's College

for an extended period during early 2015 contributed greatly to

this research output. Members of the KyuDai group, and a group from

Tokyo Institute of Technology attended and contributed to a

workshop on random walks organized by Prof. Colin Cooper (KCL) and

hosted at the Eurandom Institute in the Netherlands during April

2015.