• Coherence of triangle artin groups 

    Zhao, Junke (2009)
    Artin groups have attracted a great deal of current research due to their strong connections to geometry. We investigate the relationship of Artin groups to 3-manifold groups and analyze the properties of their subgroups.
  • Coherent control and decoherence of single semiconductor quantum dots in a microcavity 

    Flagg, Edward Bradstreet, 1979- (2008-08)
    Semiconductor quantum dots tightly confine excited electron-hole pairs, called excitons, resulting in discrete energy levels similar to those of single atoms. Transition energies in the visible or near-infrared make quantum ...
  • Coherent control of cold atoms in a[n] optical lattice 

    Holder, Benjamin Peirce, 1976- (2007)
    The dynamics of non-interacting, ultracold alkali atoms in the presence of counter-propagating lasers (optical lattice systems) is considered theoretically. The center of mass motion of an atom is such a system can be ...
  • Coherent Oscillations In UX Ursae Majoris 

    Nather, R. E.; Robinson, Edward L. (1974-06)
  • Coherent States In Double Quantum Well Systems 

    Joglekar, Y.; Kellogg, M.; Milovanovic, M.; Tutuc, E. (2011-09)
    Copyright (C) 2011 Yogesh Joglekar et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided ...
  • Coherently Controlled Quantum Emitters In Cavities 

    Muller, A.; Flagg, E. B.; Deppe, D. G.; Salamo, G. J.; Shih, C. K. (2010-02)
    Semiconductor nanostructures such as quantum dots (QDs) have offered unique opportunities to investigate quantum optical effects in solid-state systems. These include quantum interference, Rabi oscillations, as well as ...
  • A cohort perspective of U.S. adult mortality 

    Masters, Ryan Kelly (2011-05)
    This dissertation advances a cohort perspective to analyze trends in racial and educational disparities in U.S. adult mortality. The project is organized around three themes. First, I emphasize that recent temporal changes ...
  • Coilgun Structures 

    Andrews, J.A.; (IEEE, 1993-01)
    Research on coilguns at the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas at Austin (CEM-UT) has yielded considerable insight into the optimal design of coilgun structures. This research has indicated that the ...
  • Coilgun Technology at The Center for Electromechanics, The University of Texas at Austin 

    Bresie, D.A.; Ingram, S.K. (IEEE, 1993-01)
    The engineering trade-offs performed on a coilgun design are described. The concept used was that of a collapsing field accelerator. This concept was chosen because of its passive operation, and because it lent itself to ...
  • Coincident time-shared single molecule imaging, manipulation and bright-field microscopy 

    Bayerle, Alex (2011-12)
    An apparatus that combines single molecule fluorescence, optical trapping and bright-field microscopy is presented. Given the spread over orders of magnitude of the light intensities for the different techniques, special ...
  • Coke S. Reed Interview Transcript 

    Fitzpatrick, Ben (1998-05-26)
  • Cold Atom Ballistics By Coherent Control 

    Reichl, L. E.; Holder, B. P. (2008-04)
    We use the technique of Stimulated Raman adiabatic passage (STIRAP) to affect transport of ultracold atoms between two optical lattices in relative motion. We show, using Floquet analysis and degenerate perturbation theory, ...
  • Cold cuts : visions of refrigerators in United States media, 1942-1968 

    Gansky, Paul Alton (2011-05)
    After World War II in the United States, the household refrigerator and freezer became interwoven into a domestic reality defined by consumption, mechanical innovation, and a tension between spatial isolation and cultural ...
  • Cold Dust but Warm Gas in the Unusual Elliptical Galaxy NGC 4125 

    Wilson, C. D.; Cridland, A.; Foyle, K.; Parkin, T. J.; Cooper, E. Mentuch; Roussel, H.; Sauvage, M.; Smith, M. W. L.; Baes, M.; Bendo, G.; Boquien, M.; Boselli, A.; Ciesla, L.; Clements, D. L.; Cooray, A.; De Looze, I.; Galametz, M.; Gear, W.; Lebouteiller, V.; Madden, S.; Pereira-Santaella, M.; Remy-Ruyer, A. (2013-10)
    Data from the Herschel Space Observatory have revealed an unusual elliptical galaxy, NGC 4125, which has strong and extended submillimeter emission from cold dust but only very strict upper limits to its CO and Hi emission. ...
  • Cold plasma dispersion surfaces 

    Oakes , M. E.; Michie, R. B.; Tsui, K. H.; Copeland, J. E. (Journal of Plasma Physics, 1979)
  • Cold wall reactor for ultra-high vacuum high temperature chemical vapor deposition 

    Points, Micah Shane (2013-05)
    Chemical vapor deposition is a process that enables the deposition of thin films material with a high degree of thickness control, composition and film quality. In an ultra-high vacuum environment (UHV), films of high ...
  • ColdTowne Theater : exploring disaster humor 

    Parker, Sarah Anne (2012-05)
    Disaster humor is a category of humor research that has not been much explored in terms of live audience reactions, something this study undertakes at a small improvisational theater in Austin, Texas. In generating the ...
  • Coleonyx 

    Dixon, James R. (American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1970)