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  1. Ultra-high-Q phononic resonators on-chip at cryogenic temperatures 

    Kharel, Prashanta; Chu, Yiwen; Power, Michael P.; et al. (2018)
    APL Photonics
    Long-lived, high-frequency phonons are valuable for applications ranging from optomechanics to emerging quantum systems. For scientific as well as technological impact, we seek high-performance oscillators that offer a path toward chip-scale integration. Confocal bulk acoustic wave resonators have demonstrated an immense potential to support long-lived phonon modes in crystalline media at cryogenic temperatures. So far, these devices have ...
    Journal Article
  2. Quantum acoustics with superconducting qubits 

    Chu, Yiwen; Kharel, Prashanta; Renninger, William H.; et al. (2017)
    Science
    Journal Article
  3. Techno-Economic Analysis of a Glycerol Biorefinery 

    D’Angelo, Sebastiano C.; Dall’Ara, Agostino; Mondelli, Cecilia; et al. (2019)
    ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
    Journal Article
  4. Simulating urban transport for a week time horizon 

    Ordonez Medina, Sergio Arturo; Erath, Alexander; Axhausen, Kay W. (2012)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    MATSim is a large-scale multi-agent, activity-based transport simulation model. It can simulate each person in a urban area, managing millions of agents in reasonable computation times. Besides supply information, MATSim needs a planned activity schedule for every person as input data. Its time horizon is one day, and the activity-trip chains have to be fully defined before each simulation (start-time, duration, location, trip mode, and ...
    Working Paper

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