Crystal-like thermal transport in amorphous carbon

Kavli Affiliate: Zhiting Tian | First 5 Authors: Jaeyun Moon, Zhiting Tian, , , | Summary: Thermal transport properties of amorphous carbon has attracted increasing attention due to its extreme thermal properties: It has been reported to have among the highest thermal conductivity for bulk amorphous solids up to $sim$ 37 Wmtextsuperscript{-1}Ktextsuperscript{-1}, comparable to crystalline […]


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Jamming memory into acoustically trained dense suspensions under shear

Kavli Affiliate: Itai Cohen | First 5 Authors: Edward Y. X. Ong, Anna R. Barth, Navneet Singh, Meera Ramaswamy, Abhishek Shetty | Summary: Systems driven far from equilibrium often retain structural memories of their processing history. This memory has, in some cases, been shown to dramatically alter the material response. For example, work hardening in […]


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SOS-1K: A Fine-grained Suicide Risk Classification Dataset for Chinese Social Media Analysis

Kavli Affiliate: Dan Luo | First 5 Authors: Hongzhi Qi, Hanfei Liu, Jianqiang Li, Qing Zhao, Wei Zhai | Summary: In the social media, users frequently express personal emotions, a subset of which may indicate potential suicidal tendencies. The implicit and varied forms of expression in internet language complicate accurate and rapid identification of suicidal […]


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Tuning exciton emission via ferroelectric polarization at a heterogeneous interface between a monolayer transition metal dichalcogenide and a perovskite oxide membrane

Kavli Affiliate: Jie Shan | First 5 Authors: Jaehong Choi, Kevin J. Crust, Lizhong Li, Kihong Lee, Jialun Luo | Summary: We demonstrate the integration of a thin BaTiO$_3$ (BTO) membrane with monolayer MoSe$_2$ in a dual gate device that enables in-situ manipulation of the BTO ferroelectric polarization with a voltage pulse. While two-dimensional (2D) […]


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AI-Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Deep Learning and Large Language Models for Extracting Cognitive Pathways from Social Media Texts

Kavli Affiliate: Dan Luo | First 5 Authors: Meng Jiang, Yi Jing Yu, Qing Zhao, Jianqiang Li, Changwei Song | Summary: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an effective technique for addressing the irrational thoughts stemming from mental illnesses, but it necessitates precise identification of cognitive pathways to be successfully implemented in patient care. In current […]


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Non-volatile spin transport in a single domain multiferroic

Kavli Affiliate: Darrell Schlom | First 5 Authors: Sajid Husain, Isaac Harris, Peter Meisenheimer, Sukriti Mantri, Xinyan Li | Summary: Antiferromagnets have attracted significant attention in the field of magnonics, as promising candidates for ultralow-energy carriers for information transfer for future computing. The role of crystalline orientation distribution on magnon transport has received very little […]


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Dualtronics: leveraging both faces of polar semiconductors

Kavli Affiliate: Grace Xing | First 5 Authors: Len van Deurzen, Eungkyun Kim, Naomi Pieczulewski, Zexuan Zhang, Anna Feduniewicz-Zmuda | Summary: Unlike non-polar semiconductors such as silicon, the broken inversion symmetry of the wide bandgap semiconductor gallium nitride leads to a large electronic polarization along a unique crystal axis. This makes the two surfaces of […]


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Local magnetic response of superconducting Sr$mathrm{_2}$RuO$mathrm{_4}$ thin films and rings

Kavli Affiliate: Darrell G. Schlom | First 5 Authors: G. M. Ferguson, Hari P. Nair, Nathaniel J. Schreiber, Ludi Miao, Kyle M. Shen | Summary: We conduct local magnetic measurements on superconducting thin-film samples of Sr$mathrm{_2}$RuO$mathrm{_4}$ using scanning Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) susceptometry. From the diamagnetic response, we extract the magnetic penetration depth, $lambda$, […]


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Hydrogen is not necessary for superconductivity in topotactically reduced nickelates

Kavli Affiliate: Lena F. Kourkoutis | First 5 Authors: Purnima P. Balakrishnan, Dan Ferenc Segedin, Lin Er Chow, P. Quarterman, Shin Muramoto | Summary: A key open question in the study of layered superconducting nickelate films is the role that hydrogen incorporation into the lattice plays in the appearance of the superconducting state. Due to […]


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