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11 Jun, 2019 - Zhang Qiannan
Zhang, Qiannan;Solanki, Ankur;Parida, Kaushik;Giovanni, David;Li, Mingjie;Jansen,Thomas La Cour;Pshenichnikov, Maxim S.;Sum, Tze Chien, 2019, "Replication Data for: Tunable Ferroelectricity in Ruddlesden-Popper Halide Perovskites", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/PIIGCK, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Ruddlesden-Popper (RP) halide perovskites are the new kids on the block for high-performance perovskite photovoltaics with excellent ambient stability. The layered nature of these perovskites offers an exciting possibility of harnessing their ferroelectric property for photovolta...
Zhang Qiannan(Nanyang Technological University)
11 Jun, 2019School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS)
Appointment: PhD Student
3 Jun, 2019 - Michael Stanley-Baker
Richards, Lucinda;Stanley-Baker, Michael, 2019, "MEDICAL HUMANITIES LEARNING OUTCOMES / OBJECTIVES: Institutions and Consulted Sources", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/6DTRWR, DR-NTU (Data), V2
List of Sources and Institutions consulted for background research during development of Medical Humanities Learning Outcomes. This list is referred to in the paper "Using the Humanities to teach Medicine" This version updates the list
31 May, 2019 - Fu Jianhui
Fu, Jianhui, 2019, "Replication Data for: Hot Carrier Cooling Mechanisms in Halide Perovskites", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/VJGWT3, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Halide perovskites exhibit unique slow hot-carrier cooling properties capable of unlocking disruptive perovskite photon–electron conversion technologies (e.g., high-efficiency hotcarrier photovoltaics, photo-catalysis, and photodetectors). Presently, the origins and mechanisms of...
31 May, 2019 - MIBB_data_models_2019
MALLICK RISHAV, 2019, "Block Model runs", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/K6CYAA, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Block model runs used in Mallick et al., (2019) 151-165 -> Block models with no internal strain 166-181 -> Block models with uniform internal strain rate in Indo-Burman Wedge Data is stored in 1**.mat files. Use calc_ABIC_blockmodels.m to evaluate ABIC value for each model to tes...
31 May, 2019 - Fu Jianhui
Fu, Jianhui, 2019, "Replication Data for: Localized Traps Limited Recombination in Lead Bromide Perovskites", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/OUTTXB, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Traps exert an omnipotent influence over the performance of halide perovskite optoelectronic devices. A clear understanding of the origin and nature of the traps in halide perovskites is the key to controlling them and realizing optimal devices. Herein, the role of localized trap...
Fu Jianhui(Nanyang Technological University)
31 May, 2019School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS)
Appointment: PhD Student
31 May, 2019 - MIBB_data_models_2019
-, MALLICK RISHAV, 2019, "Timeseries_MIBB_stations_2011_2017", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/VB7PLK, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Timeseries (rneu) format Position timeseries with outliers removed in ITRF08 reference frame. Each file contains a header on how to read it. The station velocities are provided in the published paper (Mallick et al., (2019) in JGR: Solid Earth)
Mallick Rishav(Nanyang Technological University)
31 May, 2019Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS)
Appointment: PhD Student Dataverse contains 3 important components of the project MIBB_data_models_2019 1. Timeseries and velocities of MIBB stations + velocities used in Mallick_et_al_2019 2. Block modelling code (uses MATLAB based Blocks) 3. Results of selected model runs highl...
31 May, 2019 - Sum Tze Chien
Giovanni, David;Chong, Wee Kiang;Dewi, Herlina Arianita;Thirumal, Krishnamoorthy;Neogi, Ishita;Ramesh, Ramamoorthy;Mhaisalkar, Subodh;Mathews, Nripan;Sum, Tze Chien, 2019, "Replication Data for: Tunable room-temperature spin-selective optical Stark effect in solution-processed layered halide perovskites", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/BWMJDV, DR-NTU (Data), V2
Ultrafast spin manipulation for opto–spin logic applications requires material systems that have strong spinselective light-matter interaction. Conventional inorganic semiconductor nanostructures [for example, epitaxial II-VI quantum dots and III-V multiple quantum wells (MQWs)]...
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