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Publications, Patents, and Book Contributions

 

Optically Pumped Continuously Tunable Mid-IR Distributed-Feedback Semiconductor Laser
with Xiang He, Ron Kaspi, and Steven R. J. Brueck, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 52(10), October, 2016.

 

Method and Apparatus for Fabrication of Controlled Chirp Gratings
United States Patent No. 9,431,789 B2, with Steven R. J. Brueck and Xiang He, August 30, 2016.
Patent text

 

Method and Apparatus for Fabrication of Controlled Chirp Gratings
United States Patent No. 8,908,724 B1, with Steven R. J. Brueck and Xiang He, December 9, 2014.
Patent text

   

Helical states of nonlocally interacting molecules and their linear stability: geometric approach
With D. D. Holm and V. Putkaradze, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 44(5), February 2011.
View Preprint on arXiv

 

College algebra in context I
College algebra in context II
Logarithmic and exponential functions
Numerical trigonometry
Analytic trigonometry
A series of e-texts written with P. Kennedy and W. Ellis, Kendall-Hunt Publishing Company, 2007

 

Mastery with meaning: access to mathematics online
With P. Kennedy, W. Ellis, and J. Oien, Math and Comp Ed, 41(2):118-126, Spring 2007.

Talks and Unpublished Works

 

Proctored & Unproctored Placement Testing Tailored to Curriculum
With D. Anton, Mathematical Association of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Regional Meeting, Denver, CO, April 14, 2012
Abstract (PDF)
Presentation (PowerPoint)

 

Broadly Tunable Infrared Lasers for Molecular Spectroscopy
Xiang He, Steven Benoit, R. Kaspi and S.R.J. Brueck
Paper presented at Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (Nano-DDS), Brooklyn, NY August, 2011

 

Analysis and modeling of cells, cell behavior, and helical biological molecules
Ph.D. Dissertation, advisor: V. Putkaradze, Colorado State University, April, 2011.
Dissertation (PDF)

 

A minimum-energy quadratic curve through three points and corresponding cubic Hermite spline
October, 2010
View Preprint on arXiv

 

Mathematical modeling of biological events and cell-cell communication
With V. Putkaradze, Slovenian Veterinary Research 44(4) 2010.
Delivered at the "Understanding cell communication using modern microelectronics" symposium, August 23-24, 2010 at the Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Abstract (PDF)
Presentation (MS PowerPoint, .pptx)

 

Modeling ion migration in solution under a nonuniform magnetic field
MS Thesis, advisor: P. duChateau, Colorado State University, May, 2006.
Thesis (PDF)

Other Presentations

 

Modeling Proteins Using the SE(3) Group and Analyzing Cell Motion
Ph.D. Preliminary Exam, Oct 28, 2008
Presentation (PDF)

 

Cell motion analysis
GK-12 group meeting, Dec. 7, 2010
Presentation (HTML)

 

Models of cell dynamics and intercellular communication
University of New Mexico, Center for High-Technology Materials, Dec. 14, 2011, Albuquerque, NM
Presentation (MS PowerPoint, .pptx)
Abstract (MS Word)