Sharon Glotzer

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sglotzer@umich.edu

A177 NCRC, Building 10

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  1. Bergroth, M and Glotzer, S (2006). Structural origin of strings and propensity for mobility in simulations of a monoatomic supercooled liquid.

  2. Brick, C, Chan, E, Martin, D, Glotzer, S, and Laine, R (2006). Self-lubricating nano ball bearings.

  3. Chan, E, Ho, L, and Glotzer, S (2006). Computer Simulations of Block Copolymer Tethered Nanoparticle Self-AssemblyJ. Chem. Phys., 125(6):064905.

  4. Chen, T, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2006). A Precise Packing Sequence of Precise, Self-Assembled Convex Structures.

  5. Chen, T, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2006). Simulation studies of self-assembly of cone-shaped particles.

  6. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2006). Simulation studies of self-assembly of end-tethered nanorods in solution and role of rod aspect ratio and tether lengthJ. Chem. Phys..

  7. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2006). Self-Assembly of Laterally-Tethered NanorodsNano Letters, 6(11):2406-2413.

  8. Iacovella, C, Keys, A, Horsch, M, and Glotzer, S (2006). Icosahedral packing of polymer-tethered nanospheres and stabilization of the gyroid phase.

  9. Keys, A, Abate, A, Durian, D, and Glotzer, S (2006). Spatially hetergeneous dynamics in a system of granualar beads.

  10. Tang, Z, Zhang, Z, Wang, Y, Glotzer, SC, and Kotov, NA (2006). Protein-Like Self-Assembly of CdTe Nanocrystals into Free-Floating SheetsScience, 13(314):274-278.

  11. Bergroth, M, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2005). Examination Of Dynamic Facilitation In Molecular Dynamics Simulations Of Glass-Forming LiquidsJournal Of Physical Chemistry B, 109(14):6748.

  12. Bergroth, M, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2005). Examination of dynamic facilitation in molecular dynamics simulations of glass-forming liquidsJournal of Physical Chemistry B, 109(14):6748-6753.

  13. Chan, E, Zhang, X, Lee, C, Neurock, M, and Glotzer, S (2005). Simulations of Tetra-Tethered Organic/Inorganic Nanocube-Polymer AssembliesMacromolecules, 38:6168-6180.

  14. Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, Bergroth, M, Starr, F, and Glotzer, S (2005). Spatially Hetergeneous Dynamics and the Adam-Gibbs Relation in the Dzugutov LiquidJ. Phys. Chem. B, 109:15068-15079.

  15. Glotzer, S, Horsch, M, Iacovella, C, Zhang, Z, Chan, E, and Zhang, X (2005). Self-Assembly of Anisotropic Tethered Nanoscale Building BlocksCurr. Opin. Colloid Interface Sci., 10(5-6):287-295.

  16. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2005). Self-Assembly of Polymer-Tethered NanorodsPhys. Rev. Letters, 95(5).

  17. Iacovella, C, Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2005). Phase diagrams of self-assembled mono-tethered nanospheres from molecular simulation and comparison to surfactantsLangmuir, 21(21):9488-9494.

  18. Zhang, X, Chan, E, and Glotzer, S (2005). Self-Assembled Morphologies of Mono-Tethered POSS Nanocubes from Computer SimulationJ. Chem. Phys., 123:184718.

  19. Zhang, X, Chan, E, Ho, L, and Glotzer, S (2005). Simulations of Organic-tethered Silsesquioxane Nanocube AssembliesMaterials Research Society Symposium Proceedings Series, 847:EE13.12.1 - EE13.12.5.

  20. Zhang, Z, Keys, A, Chen, T, and Glotzer, S (2005). Self-assembly of 'patchy' particles into diamond structures through molecular mimicryLangmuir, 21(25):11547-11551.

  21. Aichele, M, Gebremichael, Y, Starr, F, Baschnagel, J, and Glotzer, S (2004). Polymer-Specific Effects Of Bulk Relaxation And Stringlike Correlated Motion In The Dynamics Of A Supercooled Polymer Melt (Vol 119, Pg 5290, 2003)Journal Of Chemical Physics, 120(14):6798.

  22. Albano, F, Lacevic, N, Falk, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Relating Metallic Glass Mechanical Properties To Liquid StructureMaterials Science And Engineering A-Structural Materials Properties Microstructure And Processing, 375-77:671.

  23. Albano, Lacevic, N, Falk, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Relating metallic glass mechanical properties to liquid structureMaterials Science and Engineering A, 375-77(Sp. Iss. SI):671-674.

  24. Chen, T, Lamm, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Biomolecule-Directed Assembly Of Nanoscale Building Blocks Studied Via Lattice Monte Carlo SimulationJournal Of Chemical Physics, 121(8):3919.

  25. Chen, T, Lamm, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Biomolecule-directed assembly of nanoscale building blocks studied via lattice Monte Carlo simulationJournal of Chemical Physics, 121(8):3919-3929.

  26. Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Formation Of Transient Clusters On Nanoscopic Length Scales In A Simulated One-Component Supercooled LiquidMolecular Simulation, 30(5):281.

  27. Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Particle Dynamics And The Development Of String-Like Motion In A Simulated Monoatomic Supercooled LiquidJournal Of Chemical Physics, 120(9):4415.

  28. Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Formation of transient clusters on nanoscopic length scales in a simulated one-component supercooled liquidMolecular Simulation, 30(5):281-287.

  29. Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, and Glotzer, S (2004). Particle dynamics and the development of string-like motion in a simulated monoatomic supercooled liquidJ. Chem. Phys., 120(9):4415-4427.

  30. Glotzer, S (2004). Some Assembly RequiredScience, 306(5695):419.

  31. Glotzer, S, Horsch, M, Lamm, M, Iacovella, C, and Zhang, Z (2004). Teaching Computational Materials Science for Nanoscale Science and EngineeringMat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 827E.

  32. Glotzer, S, Solomon, M, and Kotov, N (2004). Self-assembly: From nanoscale to microscale colloidsAIChE Journal, 50(12).

  33. Glotzer, S, Solomon, M, and Kotov, N (2004). Self-Assembly: From Nanoscale To Microscale ColloidsAiche Journal, 50(12):2978.

  34. Horsch, M, Iacovella, C, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2004). Self-organization of nanoscopic building blocks into ordered assembliesMat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 818.

  35. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, and Glotzer, S (2004). Tethered Nanoparticles: A New Class of “Macromolecule” for Bio-inspired MaterialsMat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., EXS-1.

  36. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, Iacovella, C, and Glotzer, S (2004). Hydrodynamics And Microphase Ordering In Block Copolymers: Are Hydrodynamics Required For Ordered Phases With Periodicity In More Than One Dimension?Journal Of Chemical Physics, 121(22):11455.

  37. Horsch, M, Zhang, Z, Iacovella, C, and Glotzer, S (2004). Hydrodynamics and microphase ordering in blockcopolymers: Are hydrodynamics required for ordered phases with periodicity in more than one dimension?Journal of Chemical Physics, 121(22):11455-11462.

  38. Lacevic, M and Glotzer, S (2004). Dynamical heterogeneity and jamming in glass-forming liquidsJournal of Physical Chemistry B, 108(51):19623-19633.

  39. Lacevic, N and Glotzer, S (2004). Dynamical Heterogeneity And Jamming In Glass-Forming LiquidsJournal Of Physical Chemistry B, 108(51):19623.

  40. Vogel, M and Glotzer, S (2004). Temperature dependence of spatially heterogeneous dynamics in a model of viscous silicaPhysical Review E, 70(6):061504.

  41. Vogel, M and Glotzer, S (2004). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics and Dynamic Facilitation in a Model of Viscous SilicaPhys. Rev. Letters, 92(25):255901.

  42. Vogel, M and Glotzer, S (2004). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics And Dynamic Facilitation In A Model Of Viscous SilicaPhysical Review Letters, 92(25).

  43. Vogel, M and Glotzer, S (2004). Temperature Dependence Of Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics In A Model Of Viscous SilicaPhysical Review E, 70(6).

  44. Vogel, M, Doliwa, B, Heuer, A, and Glotzer, S (2004). Particle rearrangements during transitions between local minima of the potential energy landscape of a binary Lennard-Jones liquidJ. Chem. Phys., 120(9):4404-4414.

  45. Vogel, M, Doliwa, B, Heuer, A, and Glotzer, S (2004). Particle Rearrangements During Transitions Between Local Minima Of The Potential Energy Landscape Of A Binary Lennard-Jones LiquidJournal Of Chemical Physics, 120(9):4404.

  46. Zhang, Z and Glotzer, S (2004). Self-assembly of patchy particlesNano Letters, 4(8):1407-1413.

  47. Zhang, Z and Glotzer, S (2004). Self-Assembly Of Patchy ParticlesNano Letters, 4(8):1407.

  48. Aichele, M, Gebremichael, Y, Starr, F, Baschnagel, J, and Glotzer, S (2003). Polymer-Specific Effects Of Bulk Relaxation And Stringlike Correlated Motion In The Dynamics Of A Supercooled Polymer MeltJournal Of Chemical Physics, 119(10):5290.

  49. Aichele, M, Gebremichael, Y, Starr, F, Baschnagel, J, and Glotzer, S (2003). Polymer-specific effects and string-like motion in a simulated glass-forming polymer meltJ. Chem. Phys., 119:5290.

  50. Glotzer, S (2003). Nanoscale Science - Complex Rules For Soft SystemsNature Materials, 2(11):713.

  51. Glotzer, S (2003). Scale-Spanning Simulations Of Polymer-Tethered Cubic Silsesquioxanes.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 225:U58.

  52. Glotzer, S (2003). News and Views: Complex rules for soft systemsNature Materials, 2(November):713-714.

  53. Glotzer, S, Gebremichael, Y, Vogel, M, and Bergroth, M (2003). Anatomy Of A String: Correlated Particle Motion In Simulated Supercooled LiquidsAbstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 226:U282.

  54. Lacevic, N and Glotzer, S (2003). Approach To The Glass Transition Studied By Higher Order Correlation FunctionsJournal Of Physics-Condensed Matter, 15(31):S2437.

  55. Lacevic, N and Glotzer, S (2003). Approach to the glass transition studied by higher order correlation functionsJ. Phys. Cond. Mat., 5(31):S2437-S2446.

  56. Lacevic, N, Schroeder, T, Starr, F, and Glotzer, S (2003). Spatially heterogeneous dynamics investigated via a time-dependent four-point density correlation functionJ. Chem. Physics, 119(14):7372-7387.

  57. Lacevic, N, Starr, F, Schroder, T, and Glotzer, S (2003). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics Investigated Via A Time-Dependent Four-Point Density Correlation FunctionJournal Of Chemical Physics, 119(14):7372.

  58. Lamm, M, Chen, T, and Glotzer, S (2003). Simulated Assembly Of Nanostructured Organic/Inorganic NetworksNano Letters, 3(8):989.

  59. M. H. Lamm, TC and Glotzer, S (2003). Simulated Assembly of Nanostructured Organic/Inorganic NetworksNano Letters, 3(8):989.

  60. Starr, F, Douglas, J, and Glotzer, S (2003). Origin Of Particle Clustering In A Simulated Polymer Nanocomposite And Its Impact On RheologyJournal Of Chemical Physics, 119(3):1777.

  61. Starr, F, Douglas, JF, and Glotzer, S (2003). Origin of particle clustering in a simulated polymer nanocomposite and its impact on rheologyJ. Chem. Phys., 119(3):1777.

  62. Vogel, M, Glotzer, S, Heuer, A, and Doliwa, B (2003). Particle Rearrangements Due To Transitions Between Inherent Structures Of A Supercooled Lennard-Jones Liquid.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 226:U274.

  63. Zhang, Z, Horsch, M, Lamm, M, and Glotzer, S (2003). Tethered nano building blocks: Towards a conceptual framework for nanoparticle self-assemblyNano Letters, 3(10):1341-1346.

  64. Zhang, Z, Horsch, M, Lamm, M, and Glotzer, S (2003). Tethered Nano Building Blocks: Toward A Conceptual Framework For Nanoparticle Self-AssemblyNano Letters, 3(10):1341.

  65. Donati, C, Franz, S, Glotzer, S, and Parisi, G (2002). Theory Of Non-Linear Susceptibility And Correlation Length In Glasses And LiquidsJournal Of Non-Crystalline Solids, 307:215.

  66. Donati, C, Franz, S, Glotzer, S, and Parisi, G (2002). Theory of Nonlinear Susceptibility and Growing Correlation Length in Liquids and GlassesJ. Non-Cryst. Sol., 307:215-224.

  67. Glotzer, S and Paul, W (2002). Molecular And Mesoscale Simulation Methods For Polymer MaterialsAnnual Review Of Materials Research, 32:401.

  68. Glotzer, S and Paul, W (2002). Molecular and Mesoscale Simulation of PolymersAnnu. Rev. Mater. Res., 32:401-436.

  69. Glotzer, S, Gebremichael, Y, Lacevic, N, Schroder, T, and Starr, F (2002). Glass-Forming Liquids And Polymers: With A Little Help From Computational Statistical PhysicsComputer Physics Communications, 146(1):24.

  70. Glotzer, S, Gebremichael, Y, Lacevic, N, Schroder, T, and Starr, F (2002). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics In Liquids Near Their Glass TransitionLiquid Dynamics: Experiment, Simulation, And Theory, 820:214.

  71. Glotzer, S, Gebremichael, Y, Lacevic, N, Schroeder, T, and Starr, F (2002). Glass-forming Liquids and Polymers: With a Little Help from Computational Statistical PhysicsComputer Physics Communications, 146(1):24-29.

  72. Lacevic, N, Starr, F, Schroder, T, Novikov, V, and Glotzer, S (2002). Growing Correlation Length On Cooling Below The Onset Of Caging In A Simulated Glass-Forming LiquidPhysical Review E, 66(3).

  73. Lacevic, N, Starr, F, Schroeder, T, Novikov, VN, and Glotzer, S (2002). Growing Correlation Length in a Simulated Glass-forming Liquid from a Four-Point Density Correlation FunctionPhys. Rev. E, 66:030101(R)-4.

  74. Mallamace, F, Glotzer, S, Malescio, G, Poole, P, and Salvetti, G (2002). Horizons In Complex Systems - In Honor Of Professor H. Eugene Stanley On The Occasion Of His 60th Birthday - PrefacePhysica A-Statistical Mechanics And Its Applications, 314(1-4):Xv.

  75. S.C. Glotzer. Y. Gebremichael, NLTSFS (2002). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics in Liquids Near Their Glass TransitionACS Symposium Series, 820:214-227.

  76. Starr, F, Sastry, S, Douglas, J, and Glotzer, S (2002). What Do We Learn From The Local Geometry Of Glass-Forming Liquids?Physical Review Letters, 89(12).

  77. Starr, F, Schroder, T, and Glotzer, S (2002). Molecular Dynamics Simulation Of A Polymer Melt With A Nanoscopic ParticleMacromolecules, 35(11):4481.

  78. Starr, F, Schroeder, T, and Glotzer, S (2002). Molecular Simulations of a Nanoparticle/Polymer SystemMacromolecules, 35:4481-4492.

  79. Starr, FW, Sastry, S, Douglas, J, and Glotzer, S (2002). What do we learn from the local geometry of glass-forming liquids?Phys. Rev. Lett.(89):125501-4.

  80. Gebremichael, Y, Schroder, T, Starr, F, and Glotzer, S (2001). Spatially Correlated Dynamics In A Simulated Glass-Forming Polymer Melt: Analysis Of Clustering PhenomenaPhysical Review E, 6405(5):Art. No..

  81. Gebremichael, Y, Schroeder, T, Starr, F, and Glotzer, S (2001). Spatially Correlated Dynamics in a Simulated Glass-forming Polymer Melt: Analysis of Clustering PhenomenaPhys. Rev. E, 64:051503(1–13).

  82. Glotzer, S and Warren, J (2001). Computational Materials Science And Industrial R&D: Accelerating ProgressComputing In Science & Engineering, 3(1):67.

  83. Glotzer, S and Warren, J (2001). Computational Materials Science and Industrial R&D: Accelerating ProgressComputing in Science and Engineering, 3(1):67-71.

  84. Glotzer, S, Starr, F, Gebremichael, Y, Lacevic, N, Schroeder, T, and Sastry, S (2001). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics In Glass-Forming Polymer Liquids.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 222:U362.

  85. Starr, F and Glotzer, S (2001). Molecular and Mesoscale Simulations of Nanofilled PolymersMaterials Research Society Fall '00 Proceedings: Filled and Nanocomposite Polymer Materials, 661(1).

  86. Starr, F, Schroder, T, and Glotzer, S (2001). Effects Of A Nanoscopic Filler On The Structure And Dynamics Of A Simulated Polymer Melt And The Relationship To Ultrathin FilmsPhysical Review E, 6402(2).

  87. Franz, S, Glotzer, S, and Sastry, S (2000). Special Issue Containing Articles From The Ictp-Nis Conference On 'unifying Concepts In Glass Physics', - 15-18 September 1999, Trieste, Italy - PrefaceJournal Of Physics-Condensed Matter, 12(29):U3.

  88. Gebremichael, Y, Schroeder, T, and Glotzer, S (2000). Clustering Of Cooperatively Moving Monomers In A Glass-Forming Polymer Liquid.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 220:U216.

  89. Glotzer, S (2000). Colloids Reinforce Glass TheoryPhysics World, 13(4):22.

  90. Glotzer, S (2000). Dynamically Heterogeneous Nature Of Glass-Forming Liquids.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 220:U171.

  91. Glotzer, S (2000). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics In Liquids: Insights From SimulationJournal Of Non-Crystalline Solids, 274(1-3):342.

  92. Glotzer, S (2000). Colloids reinforce glass theoryPhysics World, 13(22).

  93. Glotzer, S (2000). Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics in Liquids: Insights from SimulationJ. Non-Crystalline Solids, 274:342-355.

  94. Glotzer, S, Jan, N, and Poole, P (2000). Potential Energy Landscape of the +/-J Ising Spin GlassJ. Phys. Cond. Mat., 12:6675-6682.

  95. Glotzer, S, Jans, N, and Poole, P (2000). The Potential Energy Landscape Of The +/- J Ising Spin GlassJournal Of Physics-Condensed Matter, 12(29):6675.

  96. Glotzer, S, Novikov, V, and Schroder, T (2000). Time-Dependent, Four-Point Density Correlation Function Description Of Dynamical Heterogeneity And Decoupling In Supercooled LiquidsJournal Of Chemical Physics, 112(2):509.

  97. Glotzer, S, Novikov, V, and Schroeder, T (2000). Time-dependent, Four-point Density Correlation Function Description of Dynamical Heterogeneity and DecouplingJ. Chem. Phys., 112(509).

  98. Schroder, T, Sastry, S, Dyre, J, and Glotzer, S (2000). Crossover To Potential Energy Landscape Dominated Dynamics In A Model Glass-Forming LiquidJournal Of Chemical Physics, 112(22):9834.

  99. Schroeder, T, Sastry, S, Dyre, J, and Glotzer, SC (2000). Crossover to Potential Energy Landscape Dominated Dynamics in a Model Glass-forming LiquidJ. Chem. Phys., 112:9834.

  100. Starr, F, Schroeder, T, and Glotzer, S (2000). Dynamics Of A Filled Polymer Melt From Molecular Dynamics Simulations.Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, 220:U237.