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Feature-based classification of networks

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/network-science/article/endnote-featurebased-classification-of-networks/FF4E5E377864EF56DF470F0DE117DDFB

 

Compressing Networks with Super Nodes

Community detection is a commonly used technique for identifying groups in a network based on similarities in connectivity patterns...

 

Stochastic Block Models

The stochastic block model (SBM) is a probabilistic model for community structure in networks. Typically, only the adjacency matrix is used to perform SBM parameter inference...

 

Map equation with metadata

Much of the community detection literature studies structural communities, communities defined solely by the connectivity patterns of the network...

 

Light‐Driven Self‐Healing of Nanoparticle‐Based Metamolecules

Metamolecules and crystals consisting of nanoscale building blocks offer rich models to study colloidal chemistry, materials science, and photonics...

 

Nazockdast article on cover of Cytoskeleton

APS professor Ehssan Nazockdast's article was chosen as the December 2019 cover of the scientific journal, Cytoskeleton.

 

Klotsa Group article on the cover of Soft Matter

In this invited perspective Prof. Klotsa discusses the importance of studying mesoscale active matter in fluids.

 

Master of Adaptation

Ronit Freeman’s research crosses interdisciplinary boundaries and has potential applications in diagnostics, drug delivery and more.

 

Carolina Postdoctoral Program For Faculty Diversity Application

As part of a continuing commitment to advance scholars from underrepresented groups in higher education, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity is pleased to announce the availability of postdoctoral research appointments for a period of two years.

 

APS Spotlight: Clean water for all

Professor Theo Dingemans and the Sustainable Access to Clean Water Creativity Hub are changing the way water is made safe for populations around the world.

 

Metabolomic Networks and C. diff infections

Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) accounts for a substantial proportion of deaths attributable to antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the United States. Although C. difficile can be an asymptomatic colonizer...

 

APS Research Advances Solar Energy

APS Research Advances Solar Energy

 

Motility in self-propelled inertial swimmer

Motility in model self-propelled inertial swimmer

 

Press Release: Dynamic structures

New materials from the lab of UNC researcher Ronit Freeman that can reconfigure on demand have potential for applications in diagnostics, drug delivery and more.

 

Anna Fraser Awarded NSF Fellowship

Anna Fraser Awarded NSF Fellowship

 

Ryan Fox Receives DOE Award

Ryan Fox Receives DOE Award

 

Research Maximizes Solar Cell Production

APS Researchers Improve Perovskite Production

 

UNC #5 in nation for research funding

UNC #5 in nation for research funding

 

Self-assembly of 40,000 polyhedra

Daphne Klotsa and colleagues computationally studied the thermodynamic assembly of more than 40,000 hard, convex polyhedra...

 

Affordable Hole Transport Materials

In order to reduce the cost of hole transporting materials (HTMs) for perovskite solar cells we have prepared triphenylamine-based small molecules using simple amide-bond formation chemistry.

 

Faculty Innovator: Ronit Freeman

Ronit Freeman, an associate professor in the UNC Department of Applied Physical Sciences, believes in the power of interdisciplinary endeavors.

 

Dynamic materials transform themselves

Scientists have been searching for ways to develop materials that are as dynamic as living things, with the ability to change shape, move...

 

Shape changing solar materials

Hybrid perovskites materials made record efficiency solar cells are found to change its shape under electric field, or electrostriction behavior, according to a recent paper...

 

Polymer Brushes

Researchers in the You Group, in collaboration with scientist from UNC's Department of Physics and Astronomy, and the National Institute...

 

Surpassing 10% Efficiency

The commercialization of nonfullerene organic solar cells, OSCs, critically relies on the response under typical operating conditions, for instance...

 

Organic Solar Cells

Organic solar cells, OSCs, have been a rising star in the field of renewable energy since the introduction of the bulk heterojunction...

 

3D Printing Revolution

In early 2015, Joseph M. DeSimone, then best known as an influential chemist at the University of North Carolina...

 

Biomimetic Cilia

Living systems employ cilia to control and to sense the flow of fluids for many purposes, such as pumping, locomotion...

 

Cilia Technology

Ten years ago, researchers in the Superfine research group, took an engineering approach to understanding...

 

Perovskite Blading

The efficiencies of perovskite solar cells, PSCs, are now reaching such consistently high levels that...

 

Microtubule Mechanics

A beam element is constructed for microtubules based upon data reduction of the results from atomistic...

 

AFM Cell Mechanics

The ability to measure dynamic structural changes within a cell under applied load is essential...

 

Two-Sphere Swimmer

The mechanism by which self-propulsion through a fluid is achieved has fascinated scientists of...

 

An Electride as a 2D Material

Because of their loosely bound electrons, electrides offer physical properties useful in chemical synthesis and...

 

Crosslinking of Mobile Species

Biopolymeric matrices can impede transport of nanoparticulates and pathogens by entropic or direct adhesive interactions...

 

Perovskite Solar Modules

In a recent article published in Nature Energy, researchers in the Jinsong Huang Group used fluid...

 

Sustainable Water Access

Addressing a need that affects over 1.8 billion people worldwide, the Sustainable Access to Clean Water Creativity Hub...

 

Mucosal Drug Delivery

In this article, the Greg Forest led team reviews the physical and chemical factors, of both particles and mucus, that dictate...

 

Synth & Properties

We have prepared semi-crystalline polyamide, PA, thermosets using reactive side-group functionalized copolyamides as precursors...

 

2D-Materials

The unique properties of 2D materials have motivated the discovery of new atomically thin materials...

 

Hybrid Perovskites

New photovoltaic materials have been searched for in the past decades for clean and renewable solar energy...

 

Solar Cell Passivation

The ionic defects at the surfaces and grain boundaries of organic–inorganic halide perovskite films are detrimental...

 

From Swimmer to Swarms

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Daphne Klotsa, who has been selected for an NSF-CAREER award...

 

Research Opportunities Initiative

The University of North Carolina’s Research Opportunities Initiative, UNC ROI, will provide three new grants worth a total of $6.2 million...