An T. Pham
An T. Pham
Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University
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Pressure dependence of Kapitza resistance at gold/water and silicon/water interfaces
A Pham, M Barisik, BH Kim
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (24), 244702, 2013
392013
Molecular dynamics simulations of Kapitza length for argon-silicon and water-silicon interfaces
AT Pham, M Barisik, B Kim
International journal of precision engineering and manufacturing 15 (2), 323-329, 2014
282014
Interfacial thermal resistance between the graphene-coated copper and liquid water
AT Pham, M Barisik, BH Kim
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 97, 422-431, 2016
272016
Assembly of colloidal molecules, polymers, and crystals in acoustic and magnetic fields
Y Yang, AT Pham, D Cruz, C Reyes, BJ Wiley, GP Lopez, BB Yellen
Advanced materials 27 (32), 4725-4731, 2015
222015
Phase diagram and aggregation dynamics of a monolayer of paramagnetic colloids
AT Pham, Y Zhuang, P Detwiler, JES Socolar, P Charbonneau, BB Yellen
Physical Review E 95 (5), 052607, 2017
172017
Crystallization kinetics of binary colloidal monolayers
AT Pham, R Seto, J Schoenke, DY Joh, A Chilkoti, E Fried, BB Yellen
Soft matter 12 (37), 7735-7746, 2016
122016
Probing tissue mechanical properties in Drosophila embryos using magnetic tweezers
A Pham, D Kiehart, C Schmidt
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020
2020
Phase Transitions, Crystal Growth, and Dynamics of Dislocations in Colloidal Monolayers
AT Pham
Duke University, 2018
2018
Dynamics of point dislocations along glide lines in two-dimensional colloidal crystal
A Pham, B Yellen
APS 2018, H48. 004, 2018
2018
Kinetic growth of binary colloidal crystals in monolayer
A Pham, R Seto, E Fried, BB Yellen
APS 2017, M1. 153, 2017
2017
Phase separation in two-dimensional colloidal suspension using rotating magnetic fields
A Pham, Y Zhuang, P Detwiler, A Chilkoti, JES Socolar, P Charbonneau, ...
APS 2017, V17. 013, 2017
2017
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