Robinson group paper has been selected for inclusion in IOPselect
Robinson group paper has been selected for inclusion in IOPselect, a special collection of journal articles, chosen by the Institute of Physics (IOP) Editors based on one or more of the following criteria:
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The Robinson groups’ paper is on their phonon transmission work, detailing the methods to construct and operate a microfabricated phonon spectrometer to study nanoscale heat transport. They are developing tools to understand heat flow at nanoscale dimensions.
Their results have implications for thermal management in nanoscale electronics and the design of nanostructured thermoelectrics for alternative energy applications.
O.O. Otelaja, J.B. Hertzberg, M. Aksit, and R.D. Robinson, “Design and operation of a microfabricated phonon spectrometer utilizing superconducting tunnel junctions as phonon transducers,” New Journal of Physics 15, 43018 (2013)
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