Thursday, August 08, 2019

New publications from Cruz, Fineman, and Linowitz

The first publication listed below shows a student as the first author: David Fineman, returning this fall as a sophomore.  Other new publications are by Benjamin Linowitz, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Yolanda Cruz, Professor of Biology.
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Fineman, David C., Baer, R. J., Chambers, C. D., Rajagopal, S., Maltepe, E., Rinaudo, P. F., … Steurer, M. A. (t.y.). Outcomes of pulmonary vascular disease in infants conceived with non-IVF fertility treatment and assisted reproductive technologies at 1 year of age. Pediatric Pulmonology. doi:10.1002/ppul.24457

Linowitz, Benjamin. (2019). Brauer equivalent number fields and the geometry of quaternionic Shimura varieties. Quarterly Journal of Mathematics, 70(2), 675-687. doi:10.1093/qmath/hay061

Linowitz, Benjamin, Stover, M. ve Voight, J. (2019). Commensurability classes of fake quadrics. Selecta Mathematica-New Series, 25(3), UNSP 48. doi:10.1007/s00029-019-0492-9

Yoshida, K., Line, J., Griffith, K., Wooldredge, A., Cruz, Yolanda P. (2019). Progesterone signaling during pregnancy in the lab opossum, Monodelphis domestica. Theriogenology, 136, 101-110. doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2019.06.026


Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Publications by McCormick, Stalnaker, and Moore

New publications in neuroscience, biology and physics:

Catherine A. McCormick, Biology and Neuroscience (retired)
Immunocytochemical Evidence for Electrical Synapses in the Dorsal Descending and Dorsal Anterior Octaval Nuclei in the Goldfish, Carassius auratus
BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION, 93 (1):34-49; 10.1159/000499687 2019

Jason E. Stalnaker, Associate Professor of Physics
Isotopic variation of parity violation in atomic ytterbium: Description of the measurement method and analysis of systematic effects.
with:
Antypas, D.; Fabricant, A. M.; Stalnaker, J. E.; Tsigutkin, K.; Flambaum, V. V.; Budker, D.
PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 100 (1):10.1103/PhysRevA.100.012503 JUL 3 2019
American Saw-wort Saussurea americana


Michael J. Moore, Professor of Biology
Plastome phylogenomics of Saussurea (Asteraceae: Cardueae)
with:
Zhang, Xu; Deng, Tao; Moore, Michael J.; Ji, Yunheng; Lin, Nan; Zhang,
Huajie; Meng, Aiping; Wang, Hengchang; Sun, Yanxia; Sun, Hang
BMC PLANT BIOLOGY, 19 10.1186/s12870-019-1896-6 JUL 2 2019
Image from USDA PLANTS Database, credit Susan McDougall

Friday, July 05, 2019

Recently published: Norm Craig in Molecular Physics; Michael Moore in Plant Methods


Norm Craig, Professor Emeritus, Chemistry & Biochemistry

Craig, Norman C.; Krasnoshchekov, Sergey V.  Vibrational spectroscopy of tolane; Coriolis coupling between Raman-active modes of g symmetry.   Molecular Physics, 117 (9-12):1059-1068;
June 18, 2019

From the abstract:  Vibrational spectroscopy of tolane (diphenylacetylene), which has 66 normal modes, has been advanced. Anharmonic wavenumber predictions were made with the quartic potential energy surface obtained with B3LYP/cc-pVTZ model and the second-order perturbation theory (VPT2). Infrared (IR) intensity and Raman activities were computed at the harmonic level. The IR spectrum of the crystal and Raman spectra of the liquid and the crystal tolane were newly recorded.


Michael Moore, Professor, Biology

Qu, Xiao-Jian; Moore, Michael J.; Li, De-Zhu; Yi, Ting-Shuang.  PGA: a software package for rapid, accurate, and flexible batch annotation of plastomes.   Plant Methods, 15 May 21, 2019

plantmethods.biomedcentral.com/
From the abstract: Comparisons against other available plastome annotation tools demonstrated the high annotation accuracy of PGA, with little or no post-annotation verification necessary. Likewise, we demonstrated the flexibility of reference plastomes within PGA by annotating the plastome of Rosa roxburghii using that of Amborella trichopoda as a reference. The program, user manual and example data sets are freely available at https://github.com/quxiaojian/PGA.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Ben Wisner publishes in Oxford Research Encyclopedias Online

oxfordre.com/naturalhazardscience/
Benjamin Wisner, Research Associate in the Department of Environmental Studies, has co-authored an extensive review article with co-author Terry Gibson of Inventing Futures, in Natural Hazard Science, published by Oxford University Press.

Global Overview of the Role of NGOs in Natural Hazard Governance  

Terry Gibson and Benjamin Wisner


The article includes an Appendix that defines acronyms, plus a long list of recommended reading followed by cited sources.

Thursday, June 06, 2019

Pavel Kucheryavy publishes in Journal of Chemical Physics


AIP Publishing
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Pavel Kucheryavy is co-author on this recently published article:
Spectroscopic characterization of metal ligation in trinuclear iron-mu(3)-oxo-based complexes and metal-organic frameworks.  Journal of Chemical Physics 150(17): article 174707.  May 7, 2019. DOI: 10.1063/1.5096796

Authors:  Hanna, L., Kucheryavy, Pavel, Lahanas, N., Lockard, JV.
 --as indexed in Web of Science

Tuesday, June 04, 2019

John Scofield authors book on Building ENERGY STAR Scores

Professor of Physics John Scofield has authored a new book, Building ENERGY STAR Scores: Good Idea, Bad Science.  It is now in the display of recent science faculty scholarship on view in the science library, and will return to the new book shelf soon.

From the book cover:
Professor Scofield has focused his research on energy use in buildings for nearly two decades, and is the author of several "peer-reviewed articles looking at energy savings (or lack thereof) of LEED-certified buildings."

"This book is the result of a three-year investigation into the science behind the U.S. EPA's energy star building benchmarking score.  In a nutshell, these scores are found to have little scientific value and are essentially ad hoc scores with little meaning or reproducibility."

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Dan Stinebring publishes in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/sty3192
Francis D Federighi Professor of Physics Dan Stinebring co-authors a paper with collaborators from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands and University of Manchester, U.K.

Driessen, L. N., G. H. Janssen, C. G. Bassa, B. W. Stappers, and D. R. Stinebring. 2019. Scattering features and variability of the Crab pulsar. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 483:1224-1232.

Partial abstract: 
"We report on Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope observations of the Crab pulsar at 350MHz from 2012 November 24 until 2015 June 21. During this period we consistently observe variations in the pulse profile of the Crab. Both variations in the scattering width of the pulse profile as well as delayed copies, also known as echoes, are seen regularly. These observations support the classification of two types of echoes: those that follow the truncated exponential shape expected for the thin-screen scattering approximation, and echoes that show a smoother, more Gaussian shape."

Oberlin's online access to this journal was through the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center; that ceased in 2012 due to publisher changes.  Access the pre-print version of the article at ArXiv.org.