Faculty Scholarship, Research, and Creative Works


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  • Aboolian, Robert; Berman, Oded; Verter, Vedat (Transportation Science, 2015-05-04)
    This paper focuses on designing facility networks in the public sector so as to maximize the number of people benefiting from their services. We develop an analytical framework for the maximal accessibility network design ...
  • Aboolian, Robert; Cui, Tingting; Shen, Zuo-Jun Max (INFORMS Journal on Computing, 2012-11-27)
    We consider reliable facility location models in which facilities are subject to unexpected failures, and customers may be reassigned to facilities other than their regular facilities. The objective is to minimize the total ...
  • Perron, Justin; Stewart, M. D.; Zimmerman, Neil (Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2015-05-20)
    We present measurements of bias triangles in several biasing configurations. Using a capacitive model and two fit parameters we are able to predict the shapes and locations of the bias triangles in all measurement ...
  • Thomson, Stephen; Perron, Justin; Gasparini, Francis (Physical Review B, 2016-09-26)
    Previous measurements of the superfluid density ρs and specific heat for 4He have identified effects that are manifest at distances much larger than the correlation length ξ3D [1–3]. We report here new measurements of the ...
  • Perron, Justin; Stewart, M.D.; Zimmerman, Neil (Journal of Applied Physics, 2016-04-07)
    Pauli-spin blockade (PSB) is a transport phenomenon in double quantum dots that allows for a type of spin to charge conversion often used to probe fundamental physics such as spin relaxation and singlet-triplet coupling. ...