Publications

Preprints

Refereed Articles
List with some relevant figures and captions

  1. Spin-polarized electronic current induced by sublattice engineering of graphene sheets with boron/nitrogen
    Hyoungki Park, Amita Wadehra, John W. Wilkins, and Antonio H. Castro Neto
    Physical Review B\bf 87\rm, 085441 (2013). pdf]
     
  2. Ab initio based empirical potential used to study the mechanical properties of molybdenum,
    Hyoungki Park, Michael R.~Fellinger, Thomas J.~Lenosky, W.~W.~Tipton, Dalla R.~Trinkle, S.~P.~Rudin, C.~Woodward, John W.~Wilkins, Richard G.~Hennig,
    Physical Review B\bf 85\rm , 214121 (2012). [pdf]
     
  3. Magnetic states and optical properties of single-layer carbon-doped hexagonal boron nitride
    Hyoungki Park, Amita Wadehra, John W. Wilkins, and Antonio H. Castro Neto
    Applied Physics Letters 100, 253115 (2012). [pdf]
     
  4. Magnetic properties of Fe Chains on Cu2N/Cu(100): a density functional theory study
    Jeremy W. Nicklas, Amita Wadehra, and John W. Wilkins

    J. Applied Physics 110, 123951 (2011). [pdf]
     
  5. Energy landscape of silicon tetra-interstitials using an optimized classsical potential
    Yaojun A Du, Thomas A Lenosky, Richard G Hennig, Stefan Goedecker, John W Wilkins
    Phys. Status Solidi B 248, 2050 (2011). [pdf]
     
  6. A topological point defect regulates the evolution of extended defects in irradiated silicon
    Hyyoungki Park and John W. Wilkins
    Applied Physics Letters 98, 171915 (2011). [pdf, Supplmentpdf]
     
  7. Accuracy of Quantum Monte Carlo Methods for Point Defects in Solids
    William D. Parker, John W. Wilkins, and Richard G. Hennig
    physica status solidi (b) 248, 267-274 (2011). [abs, pdf, cover photo]
     
  8. Accurate electronic properties for (Hg,Cd)/Te systems using hybird density functional theory
    Jeremy W. Nicklas and John W. Wilkins
    Physical Review B 84, 121308 (2011) [pdf]
     
  9. Band offsets of semiconductor heterostructures: A hybrid density functional study
    Amita Wadehra, Jeremy W Nicklas, and John W Wilkins
    Applied Physics Letters 97, 092119 (2010). [pdf, supplement]
     
  10. Accurate ab-initio prediction of III-IV direct-indirect gap crossovcers,
    Jeremy W Nicklas and J W Wilkins,
    Applied Physics Letters 97, 091902 (2010). [pdf, supplement]
     
  11. Phase transformation in Si from semiconducting diamond to metallic beta-Sn phase in QMC and DFT under hydrostatic and anisotropic stress,
    R. G. Hennig, A. Wadehra, K. P. Driver, W. D. Parker, C. J. Umrigar, and J. W. Wilkins,
    Physical Review B 82, 014101 (2010). [pdf]
     
  12. Quantum Monte Carlo computations of phase stability, equations of state, and elasticity of high-pressure silica
    Kevin P. Driver, R. E. Cohen, Zhingang Wu, R. Militzer, R. Lopez Rios, M. D. Towler, R. J. Needs, and J. W. Wilkins,
    PNAS 107, 9519-9524 (2010) with supplemental data. [pdf, suppl]
     
  13. Force-matched embedded-atom method potential for niobium
    Michael R. Fellinger, Hyoungki Park, and John W. Wilkins
    Physical Review B 81, 144119 (2010) [pdf]
     
  14. Relativity stability of extended interstitials in silicon:
    Hyoungki Park, J.W. Wilkins
    Physical Review B 79, 241203(R) (2009) [pdf]
     
  15. Classical potential describes martensitic phase transformations between the α, β, and ω titanium phases,
    R.G. Hennig, T.J. Lenosky, D.R. Trinke, S.P, Rudin, J.W. Wilkins,
    Physical Review B 78, 054121(R) (2008) [pdf]
     
  16. From compact point defects to extended structures in silicon,
    Y.~A.~Du, R.~G.~Hennig, T.~J.~Lenosky, J.~W.~Wilkins, Eur. Phys. Journal B 57, 229 (2007). [pdf]
     
  17. Comparison of screened hybrid density functional theory to diffusion Monte Carlo in calculatins of total energy of silicon phases and defects.
    E R Batista, J Heyd, R G Hennig, B P Uberuaga, R L Martin, G E Scuseria, C J Umrigar and J W Wilkins
    Physical Review B 74, 121102 R (2006). [pdf]
     
  18. Diffusion mechanism for silicon di-interstitials
    Yaojun Du, RG Hennig and JW Wilkins
    Physical Review B 73, 245203 (2006) [pdf]
     
  19. Empirical tight-binding model for titanium phase transformations
    DR Trinkle, MD Jones, RG Hennig, SP Rudin, RC Albers and JW Wilkins
    Physical Review B 73, 094123 (2006) [pdf]
     
  20. Fast diffusion mechanism of silicon tri-interstitial defects,
    Yaojun A Du, Stephen A Barr, Kaden R A Hazzard, Thomas J Lenosky, Richard G Hennig, and John W Wilkins
    Physical Review B 72, 241306(R) (2005). [pdf]
     
  21. Effects of morphology on phonons of nanoscopic silver grains
    Gustavo A. Narvaez, Jeongnim Kim, and John W. Wilkins
    Physical Review B 72, 155411 (2005). [pdf]
     
  22. Impurities block the alpha to omega martensitic transformation in titanium.
    R.G. Hennig, D.R. Trinkle, J. Bouchet, S.G. Srinivasan, R.C. Albers, and J.W. Wilkins.
    Nature Materials 4(2), 129-133 (2005)
    online version: doi:10.1038/nmat1292 (2005) [pdf]
     
  23. Complexity of small silicon self-interstitial defects
    D.A. Richie, J.N. Kim, S.A. Barr, K.R.A. Hazzard, R. Hennig and J. W. Wilkins
    Physical Review Letters 94, 045501, 2004 [pdf]
     
  24. A New Mechanism for the Alpha to Omega Martensitic Transformation in Pure Titanium
    D. R. Trinkle, R. G. Hennig, S. G. Srinivasan, D. M. Hatch M. D. Jones, H. T. Stokes, R. C. Albers , J. W. Wilkins
    Physical Review Letters 91, 025701, 2003 [pdf]
    Related paper Systematic pathway generation and sorting in martensitic transformations: Titanium alpha to omega
    D. R. Trinkle, D. M. Hatch, H. T. Stokes, R. G. Hennig, and R. C. Albers
    Physical Review B 72, 014105 (2005) [pdf]

     
  25. Many-body levels of optically excited and multiply charged InAs nanocrystals modeled by semiempirical tight binding
    Seungwon Lee, Jeongnim Kim, Lars Jonsson, John W. Wilkins, Garnett W. Bryant, and Gerhard Klimeck
    Physical Review B, vol 66, 235307/1-12, 2002. [pdf]
     
  26. Quasiparticle calculations of band offsets at AlN-GaN interfaces
    Daniel Cociorva;Aulbur, Wilfried G.; Wilkins, John W.;
    Solid State Communications, vol.124, no.1-2, 20 September; 63-66, (2002). [PDF]
     
  27. Accelerated dynamics simulations of interstitial-cluster growth
    Stefan Birner; Kim, Jeongnim; Richie, David A.; Wilkins, John W.; Voter, Arthur F.; Lenosky, Thomas
    Solid State Communication vol.120, no.7-8, 16 October 2001; 279-282 [PDF]
     
  28. Far-infrared-driven electron-hole correlation in a quantum dot with an internal tunneling barrier
    Roger Sakhel; Jonsson Lars; Wilkins, John W
    Physical Review B vol.64, no.15, 1 November 2001; 155322-11 [PDF]
     
  29. Electron-hole correlations in semiconductor quantum dots with tight-binding wave functions
    Seungwon Lee; Jonsson, Lars; Wilkins, John W; Bryant, Garnett W; Klimeck, Gerhard Physical Review B vol.63, no.18, 15 May 2001; 195318-30 [PDF]
     
  30. Bloch oscillations in the presence of plasmons and phonons
    Avik W Ghosh; Jonsson, L; Wilkins, JW
    Physical Review Letters, vol.85, no.5, 31 July 2000; p.1084-1087 [PDF]
     
  31. Early-stage relaxation of hot electrons by LO phonons emission
    Hervé Castella; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B, vol.61, no.10; 15 Jun 2000; p.15827-15836 [PDF]
     
  32. Nonlinear THz response of a one-dimensional superlattice
    Avik W Ghosh; Wllkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.61 no.23; 15 Feb 2000; p.5423-5430 [PDF]
     
  33. Stability of Si-interstitial defects: From point to extended defects
    Jeongnim Kim; Kirchhoff F; Wilkins JW; Khan FS
    Physical Review Letters 84, no.3; 17 Jan 2000; p.503-506 [PDF]
     
  34. Thermally activated reorientation of di-interstitial defects in silicon
    Jeongnim Kim; Kirchhoff F; Aulbur WG; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 83, no.10; 6 Sep. 1999; p.1990-1993 [PDF]
     
  35. Energetics and bias-dependent scanning tunneling microsopy images of Si ad-dimers on Ge(001)
    Khare SV; Kulkarni RV; Stroud D; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.60, no.7; 15 Aug. 1999; p.4458-61 [PDF]
     
  36. Third harmonic generation by Bloch-oscillating electrons in a quasioptical array
    Ghosh AW; Wanke MC; Allen SJ; Wilkins JW
    Applied Physics Letters vol.74, no.15; 12 April 1999;p.2164-6 [PDF]
     
  37. Hyper molecular dynamics with a local bias potential
    Gong XG; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.59, no.1; 1 Jan. 1999; p.54-7
     
  38. Spin dependent phenomena in digital magnetic heterostructures: Clustering and phase space filling effects
    Egues JC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.58, no.24; 15 Dec. 1998; p.R16012-15 [PDF]
     
  39. Splitting of the excitonic peak in quantum wells with interfacial roughness
    Castella H; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.58, no.24; 15 Dec. 1998; p.16186-93 [PDF]
     
  40. Ab initio calculation of binding and diffusion of a Ga adatom on the GaAs (001) c(4*4) surface
    LePage JG; Alouani M; Dorsey DL; Wilkins JW; Blochl PE
    Physical Review B vol.58, no.3; 15 July 1998; p.1499-505 [PDF]
     
  41. Simple bias potential for boosting molecular dynamics with the hyperdynamics scheme
    Steiner MM; Genilloud P A; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.57, no.17; 1 May 1998; p.10236-9 [PDF]
     
  42. Scaling of the L2,3 circular magnetic x ray dichroism of Fe nitrides
    Alouani M; Wills JM; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B vol.57, no.16; 15 April 1998; p.9502-6
     
  43. LDA modeling of the electronic structure of the halogen bridged transition metal chain compounds
    Alouani M; Albers RC; Wills JM; Wilkins JW
    Computational Materials Science. Feb. 1998; p.381-7
     
  44. Disordered and ordered C28 solids
    Jeongnim Kim; Galli G; Wilkins JW; Canning A
    Journal of Chemical Physics. vol.108, no.6; 8 Feb. 1998; p.2631-7
     
  45. Reflection of THz radiation by a superlattice
    Ghosh AW; Kuznetsov AV; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 79, no.18; 3 Nov. 1997; p.3494-7 [PDF] pdf
     
  46. Object oriented techniques in large scientific computing projects: Experience with C++
    Steiner MM; Wenzel W; Wilkins JW; Wilson KG
    Computers in Physics. vol.11, no.5; Sept. Oct. 1997; p.467-73
     
  47. Nonlinear local-field corrections to the optical second-harmonic susceptibility of insulating crystals
    Chen Jian; Jonsson L; Wilkins JW; Levine ZH
    Physical Review B 56, no.4; 15 July 1997; p.1787-99
     
  48. Extended Si {311} defects
    Jeongnim Kim; Wilkins JW; Khan FS; Canning A
    Physical Review B 55, no.24; 15 June 1997; p.16186-97 [PDF]
     
  49. Onsager relation and the heat current operator in a system of interacting electrons and phonons
    Reizer M; Sergeev A; Wilkins JW; Livanov DV
    Annals of Physics. vol.257, no.1; June 1997; p.44-64
     
  50. Electron-electron relaxation in heterostructures
    Reizer M; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 55, no.12; 15 March 1997; p.R7363-6 [pdf]
     
  51. Coherent electron-hole correlations in quantum dots
    Jonsson L; Steiner MM; Wilkins JW
    Applied Physics Letters 70, no.9; 3 March 1997; p.1140-2 [PDF]
     
  52. Polarization-dependent density-functional theory and quasiparticle theory: optical response beyond local-density approximations
    Aulbur WG; Jonsson L; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 54, no.12; 15 Sept. 1996; p.8540-50
     
  53. Optical conductivity associated with solitons in the Peierls state as modified by zero-point-motion disorder
    Kim K; Wilkins JW
    Synthetic Metals 83, no.1; Oct. 1996; p.13-19
     
  54. Electron-electron scattering in far-infrared quantum cascade lasers
    Hyldgaard P; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 53, no.11; 15 March 1996; p.6889-92 pdf
     
  55. Renormalization of the Drude conductivity by the electron-phonon interaction
    Sergeev A; Reizer M; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 76, no.13; 25 March 1996; p.2374-7 pdf
     
  56. Large local-field corrections in optical rotatory power of quartz and selenium
    Jonsson L; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 76, no.8; 19 Feb. 1996; p.1372-5 pdf
     
  57. Particle-hole asymmetry in the two-impurity Kondo model
    Silva JB; Lima WLC; Oliveira WC; Mello JLN; Oliveira LN; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 76, no.2; 8 Jan. 1996; p.275-8 pdf
     
  58. Prediction of an undimerized, insulating, antiferromagnetic ground state in halogen-bridged linear-chain Ni compounds
    Anisimov VI; Albers RC; Wills JM; Alouani M; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 52, no.10; 1 Sept. 1995; p.R6975-8
     
  59. Small calculated second-harmonic generation in Si1Ge1
    Aulbur WG; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW; Allan-DC
    Physical Review B 51, no.16; 15 April 1995; p.10691-700
     
  60. Strain-induced birefringence in GaAs
    Raynolds JE; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 51, no.16; 15 April 1995; p.10477-88 pdf
     
  61. Suppression of the order parameter in homogeneous disordered superconductors
    Smith RA; Reizer MYu; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 51, no.10; 1 March 1995; p.6470-92
     
  62. Surface phonons of the Si(111)-7*7 reconstructed surface
    Jeongnim Kim; Mei Ling Yeh; Khan FS; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 52, no.20; 15 Nov. 1995; p.14709-18
     
  63. Effect of incoherence on current and shot noise in resonant tunneling: an exactly solvable model
    Davies JH; Egues JC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 52, no.15; 15 Oct. 1995; p.11259-65
     
  64. Calculated second-harmonic susceptibilities of BN, AlN, and GaN
    Chen Jian; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Applied Physics Letters 66, no.9; 27 Feb. 1995; p.1129-31 pdf
     
  65. Zero-frequency shot noise for tunneling through a system with internal scattering
    Egues JC; Hershfield S; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 49, no.19; 15 May 1994; p.13517-2 7
     
  66. Resonant tunneling with an electron-phonon interaction
    Hyldgaard P; Hershfield S; Davies JH; Wilkins JW
    Annals of Physics 236, no.1; 15 Nov. 1994; p.1-42
     
  67. Linear and nonlinear optical properties of four polytypes of SiC
    Chen Jian; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 50, no.16; 15 Oct. 1994; p.11514-19 pdf
     
  68. The efficient treatment of higher excitations in CI calculations. A comparison of exact and approximate results
    Steiner MM; Wenzel W; Wilson KG; Wilkins JW
    Chemical Physics Letters 231, no.2-3; 23 Dec. 1994; p.263-8
     
  69. Universal subgap optical conductivity in quasi-one-dimensional Peierls systems
    Kim K; McKenzie RH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 71, no.24; 13 Dec. 1993; p.4015-18 pdf
     
  70. Tuning of the charge-density wave in the halogen-bridged transition-metal linear-chain compounds
    Alouani M; Wilkins JW; Albers RC; Wills JM
    Physical Review Letters 71, no.9; 30 Aug. 1993; p.1415-18 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review Letters 72, no.26; 26 Dec. 1994; p.4156 pdf
    Comment: Physical Review Letters 73, no.26; 26 Dec. 1994; p.3599 pdf
     
  71. Zero-frequency current noise for the double-tunnel-junction Coulomb blockade
    Hershfield S; Davies JH; Hyldgaard P; Stanton CJ; Wilkins-JW
    Physical Review B 47, no.4; 15 Jan. 1993; p.1967-79
     
  72. Current and rate equation for resonant tunneling
    Davies JH; Hershfield S; Hyldgaard P; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 47, no.8; 15 Feb. 1993; p.4603-18
     
  73. Band-theoretic calculations of the optical-activity tensor of alpha-quartz and trigonal Se
    Zhong H; Levine ZH; Allan DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 48, no.3; 15 July 1993; p.1384-403 pdf
     
  74. Strained silicon: a dielectric-response calculation
    Levine ZH; Hua Zhong; Siqing Wei; Allan DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 45, no.8; 15 Feb. 1992; p.4131-40
     
  75. Optical activity of selenium: a nearly first-principles calculation
    Hua Zhong; Levine ZH; Allan DC; Wilkins-JW
    Physical Review Letters 69, no.2; 13 July 1992; p.379-82 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review Letters 70, no.7; 1993; p.1032 pdf
     
  76. Effect of lattice zero-point motion on electronic properties of the Peierls-Frohlich state
    McKenzie RH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 69, no.7; 17 Aug. 1992; p.1085-8 pdf
     
  77. Noise as a diagnostic of tunneling mechanisms
    Wilkins JW; Hershfield S; Davies JH; Hyldgaard P; Stanton CJ
    Physica Scripta Volume T42; 1992; p.115-21
     
  78. Resonant tunneling through an Anderson impurity. I. Current in the symmetric model
    Hershfield S; Davies JH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 46, no.11; 15 Sept. 1992; p.7046-60
     
  79. Study of the two-impurity, two-channel Kondo Hamiltonian
    Ingersent K; Jones BA; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 69, no.17; 26 Oct. 1992; p.2594-7 pdf
     
  80. Classical theory of shot noise in resonant tunneling
    Davies JH; Hyldgaard P; Hershfield S; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 46, no.15; 15 Oct. 1992; p.9620-3 3
     
  81. Elastic constants of a Si/Ge superlattice and of bulk Si and Ge
    Wei S; Allan DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 46, no.19; 15 Nov. 1992; p.12411-20 [pdf]
     
  82. Probing the Kondo resonance by resonant tunneling through an Anderson impurity
    Hershfield S; Davies JH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 67, no.26; 23 Dec. 1991; p.3720-3 pdf
     
  83. Acoustic mode with time-dependent phase velocity in photoexcited semiconductors
    Hu BY K; Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 44, no.20; 15 Nov. 1991; p.11067-71
     
  84. Two-stream instabilities in solid-state plasmas caused by conventional and unconventional mechanisms
    Ben Yu Kuang Hu; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 43, no.17; 15 June 1991; p.14009-29 pdf
     
  85. Linear polarizability calculation for rare-gas atoms in the time-dependent local-density approximation with a scissors operator
    Hua Zhong; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review A 43, no.9; 1 May 1991; p.4629-36
     
  86. High-field transport in semiconductors. III. Wave-function renormalization
    Lipavsky P; Khan FS; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 43, no.8; 15 March 1991; p.6665-81
     
  87. High-field transport in semiconductors. II. Collision duration time
    Lipavsky P; Khan FS; Kalvova A; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 43, no.8; 15 March 1991; p.6650-46
     
  88. Variational Monte Carlo calculations for the t'-J model with Fermi holes and boson spins
    Bonesteel NE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 66, no.9; 4 March 1991; p.1232-5 pdf
     
  89. High-field transport in semiconductors. I. Absence of the intra-collisional-field effect
    Lipavsky P; Khan FS; Abdolsalami F; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 43, no.6; 15 Feb. 1991; p.4885-96
     
  90. H-H interaction in Ti lattice: pseudopotential density-functional total-energy approach
    Myung Ho Kang; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 41, no.14; 15 May 1990; p.10182-4 pdf
     
  91. Universal features in degenerate and nondegenerate hot-carrier screening
    Ben Yu Kuang Hu; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 41, no.15; 15 May 1990; p.10706-20 pdf
     
  92. Quantum kinetic-equation approach to semiconductor hot-carrier screening
    Yu Huang Hu B; Sarker SK; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 39, no.12; 15 April 1989; p.8468-75 pdf
     
  93. Hot-carrier screening in semiconductors: a Boltzmann-equation approach
    Yu Kuang Hu B; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 39, no.12; 15 April 1989; p.8464-7 pdf
     
  94. Finite-element method for electronic structure
    White SR; Wilkins JW; Teter MP
    Physical Review B 39, no.9; 15 March 1989; p.5819-33 pdf
     
  95. An energy-minimizing mesh for the Schrodinger equation
    Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Computational Physics 83, no.2; Aug. 1989; p.361-72
     
  96. Inelastic scattering in resonant tunneling
    Wingreen NS; Jacobsen KW; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 40, no.17; 15 Dec. 1989; p.11834-50 pdf
     
  97. Analytic approach to charge transfer during atom-surface scattering
    Dorsey AT; Jacobsen KW; Levine ZH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 40, no.5; 15 Aug. 1989; p.3417-20 pdf
     
  98. Resonant tunneling with electron-phonon interaction: an exactly solvable model
    Wingreen NS; Jacobsen KW; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 61, no.12; 19 Sept. 1988; p.1396-9 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review Letters 61, no.22; 1988; p.2633 pdf
     
  99. Narrow electronic bands in high electric fields: Static properties
    Davies JH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 38, no.3; 15 July 1988; p.1667-80 pdf
     
  100. Relativistic calculations of 2p and 3d excitation energies in the actinide metals
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 38, no.2; 15 July 1988; p.1027-39 pdf
     
  101. Low-temperature properties of the two-impurity Kondo Hamiltonian
    Jones BA; Varma CM; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 61, no.1; 4 July 1988; p.125-8 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review Letters 61, no.22; 1988; p.2632
     
  102. Inelastic gas-surface scattering. II. Results
    Stiles MD; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 37, no.13; 1 May 1988; p.7306-25 pdf
     
  103. Fermion simulations in systems with negative weights
    White SR; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 37, no.10; 1 April 1988; p.4024-31 pdf
     
  104. Optimized trial wave functions for quantum Monte Carlo calculations
    Umrigar CJ; Wilson KG; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 60, no.17; 25 April 1988; p.1719-22 pdf
     
  105. Ballistic structure in the electron distribution function of small semiconducting structures: general features and specific trends
    Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 36, no.3; 15 July 1987; p.1487-502 pdf
     
  106. Self-consistent large-N expansion for normal-state properties of dilute magnetic alloys
    Bickers NE; Cox DL; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 36, no.4; 1 Aug. 1987; p.2036-79 pdf
    Physical Review B 38, no.1; 1988; p.825 pdf
     
  107. Pressure variation of 4f excitation energies in Eu and Tm metals
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 36, no.5; 15 Aug. 1987; p.2557-67 pdf
     
  108. Quantum transport equations for high electric fields
    Khan FS; Davies JH; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 36, no.5; 15 Aug. 1987; p.2578-97 pdf
     
  109. Crystal electric fields in heavy-electron metals: the specific heats of U2Zn17 and CeCu6 to 70 K
    Fischer HE; Swartz ET; Pohl RO; Jones BA; Wilkins JW; Fisk-Z
    Physical Review B 36, no.10; 1 Oct. 1987; p.5330-42 pdf
     
  110. Hot-electron noise in two-valley semiconductors: an analytic model
    Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 36, no.3; 15 July 1987; p.1686-95 pdf
     
  111. Nonequilibrium current fluctuations in semiconductors: a Boltzmann equation-Green function approach
    Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 35, no.18; 15 June 1987; p.9722-34 pdf
     
  112. Exact solution of a transport equation for hot-electron effects in semiconductors and metals
    Sarker SK; Hu Y K; Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 35, no.17; 15 June 1987; p.9229-39 pdf
     
  113. Systematics in bonding of simple adsorbates on a transition-metal surface
    Fernando GW; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 35, no.6; 15 Feb. 1987; p.2995-8 pdf
     
  114. Inelastic gas-surface scattering. I. Formalism
    Stiles MD; Wilkins JW; Persson M
    Physical Review B 34, no.7; 1 Oct. 1986; p.4490-510 pdf
     
  115. Electron-electron scattering in nondegenerate semiconductors: driving the anisotropic distribution toward a displaced Maxwellian
    Wingreen NS; Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 57, no.8; 25 Aug. 1986; p.1084-7 pdf
    See comment: Physical Review Letters 59, no.3; 20 July 1987; p.375-6
     
  116. Validity of the Boltzmann equation in high electric fields
    Khan FS; Wilkins JW
    Semiconductor Science and Technology 1, no.2; Aug. 1986; p.113-15
     
  117. Analytic Boltzmann equation approach for negative differential mobility in two-valley semiconductors
    Stanton CJ; Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    Applied Physics Letters 49, no.3; 21 July 1986; p.176-8
     
  118. Quantum corrections to the Boltzmann equation for transport in semiconductors in high electric fields
    Sarker SK; Davies JH; Khan FS; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 33, no.10; 15 May 1986; p.7263-6 pdf
     
  119. Electronic and structural properties of a twin boundary in Si
    DiVincenzo DP; Alerhand OL; Schluter M; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 56, no.18; 5 May 1986; p.1925-8 pdf
     
  120. Linearized augmented-plane-wave study of chemisorption of sulfur on Fe(001)
    Fernando GW; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 33, no.6; 15 March 1986; p.3709-16 pdf
     
  121. One-body models for transport properties of valence fluctuators: exact results
    Cox DL; Tannous C; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 33, no.4; 15 Feb. 1986; p.2132-43 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review B 34, no.6; p.4374 pdf
     
  122. Renormalization-group approach for electronic structure
    White SR; Wilkins JW; Wilson KG
    Physical Review Letters 56, no.5; 3 Feb. 1986; p.412-15 pdf
     
  123. Fano antiresonances in X-ray-absorption spectroscopy
    Oliveira LN; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 32, no.2; 15 July 1985; p.696-707 pdf
     
  124. Core-level X-ray photoemission: deviations from threshold behavior
    Cox DL; Frota HO; Oliveira LN; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 32, no.2; 15 July 1985; p.555-61 pdf
     
  125. Adsorption site, adsorption energy, and normal vibration frequency of H on Ni(100) via total-energy calculations
    Umrigar C; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 54, no.14; 8 April 1985; p.1551-4 pdf
     
  126. Sticking probability of H2 and HD on noble-metal surfaces
    Stiles MD; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 54, no.6; 11 Feb. 1985; p.595-8 pdf
     
  127. Thermodynamic, transport, and excitation properties of Ce impurities in a model metal: Kondo resonance and universality in the mixed-valent regime
    Bickers NE; Cox DL; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 54, no.3; 21 Jan. 1985; p.230-3 pdf
     
  128. Band-overlap metallization of BaS, BaSe, and BaTe
    Carlsson AE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 29, no.10; 15 May 1984; p.5836-9 pdf
     
  129. Pressure-induced 4f occupancy enhancement in the rare-earth metals
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 29, no.10; 15 May 1984; p.5992-4 pdf
     
  130. Band-structure approach to the X-ray spectra of metals
    Muller JE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 29, no.8; 15 April 1984; p.4331-48 pdf
     
  131. Theory of high-electric-field quantum transport for electron-resonant impurity systems
    Jauho AP; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 29, no.4; 15 Feb. 1984; p.1919-38 pdf
     
  132. Measured width of superconducting transition: quantitative probe of macroscopic inhomogeneities
    Zwicknagl GE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 53, no.13; 24 Sept. 1984; p.1276-9 pdf
    Correction: Physical Review Letters 53, no.27; 1984; p.12593 pdf
     
  133. Enhanced far-infrared absorption in CePd3 and YbCu2Si2. I. Infrared-active optic phonons in metals
    Sham LJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 30, no.6; 15 Sept. 1984; p.3062-7 pdf
     
  134. Enhanced far-infrared absorption in CePd3 and YbCu2Si2. II. Comparison of a resonant-scattering model with experiment
    Pinkerton FE; Webb BC; Sievers AJ; Wilkins JW; Sham LJ
    Physical Review B 30, no.6; 15 Sept. 1984; p.3068-72 pdf
     
  135. Ballistic electrons in an inhomogeneous submicron structure: thermal and contact effects
    Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 30, no.12; 15 Dec. 1984; p.7349-51 pdf
     
  136. Dilute resonant scatterers in a parabolic band: Density of states as a function of scattering strength
    Jauho AP; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 28, no.8; 15 Oct. 1983; p.4628-34 pdf
     
  137. L-edge absorption spectra of the rare earths: assessment of the single-particle picture
    Materlik G; Muller JE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 50, no.4; 24 Jan. 1983; p.267-70 pdf
     
  138. Overlayer screening of transition metal surfaces: p(1*1)H on W(100)
    Richter R; Wilkins JW
    Surface Science 128, no.1; May 1983; p.L190-6
     
  139. Ballistic transport and velocity overshoot in semiconductors. I. Uniform field effects
    Teitel SL; Wilkins JW
    IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices ED-30, no.2; Feb. 1983; p.150-3
     
  140. Small-signal AC conductivity and velocity overshoot in semiconductor materials
    Teitel S; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Applied Physics 53, no.7; July 1982; p.5006-12
     
  141. Thermodynamic scaling theory for the two-impurity Anderson model
    Jayaprakash C; Krishna-murthy HR; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Applied Physics 53, no.3, pt.2; March 1982; p.2142-4
     
  142. Rigorous formulation of high-field quantum transport applied to the case of electrons scattered by dilute resonant impurities
    Jauho AP; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 49, no.10; 6 Sept. 1982; p.762-5 pdf
     
  143. X-ray absorption spectra: K-edges of 3d transition metals, L-edges of 3d and 4d metals, and M-edges of palladium
    Muller JE; Jepsen O; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Communications 42, no.5; May 1982; p.365-8
    K edge: Cu - Zn L edges: Cs - cu L edges: Sr - Pd M edges: Pd
     
  144. Relativistic calculations of 2p excitation energies in the rare-earth metals
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 26, no.4; 1 Aug. 1982; p.1689-701 pdf
     
  145. Negative dynamic conductance from photon-assisted tunneling in superconducting junctions
    Roukes ML; Wilkins JW
    Applied Physics Letters 41, no.8; 15 Oct. 1982; p.767-9
     
  146. Electron-phonon scattering in valence fluctuators
    Cox DL; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Applied Physics 53, no.11, pt.2; Nov. 1982; p.7896-8
     
  147. Electronic pressures in heavy-element materials
    Christensen NE; Wilkins JW
    Physica Scripta 25, no.6, pt.1; June 1982; p.691-3
     
  148. Two-impurity Kondo problem
    Jayaprakash C; Krishna-murthy HR; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 47, no.10; 7 Sept. 1981; p.737-40 pdf
     
  149. Lattice-constant dependence of 4f levels in Sm metal: evidence for a bulk valence transition
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 24, no.4; 15 Aug. 1981; p.1679-86 pdf
     
  150. Optical structure near 20 meV in valence-fluctuation compounds
    Pinkerton FE; Sievers AJ; Wilkins JW; Maple MB; Sales BC
    Physical Review Letters 47, no.14; 5 Oct. 1981; p.1018-22 pdf
     
  151. A non-perturbative Green function technique for calculations of non-linear transport properties
    Jauho AP; Wilkins JW; Esposito FP
    Journal de Physique Colloque 42, no.C-7; Oct. 1981; p.301-6
     
  152. Specific heat of the Kondo model
    Oliveira LN; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 47, no.21; 23 Nov. 1981; p.1553-6 pdf
     
  153. New approach to the X-ray-absorption problem
    Oliveira LN; Wilkins-JW
    Physical Review B 24, no.8; 15 Oct. 1981; p.4863-6 pdf
     
  154. Renormalization-group approach to the Anderson model of dilute magnetic alloys. I. Static properties for the symmetric case
    Krishna-murthy HR; Wilkins JW; Wilson KG
    Physical Review B 21, no.3; 1 Feb. 1980; p.1003-43 pdf
     
  155. Renormalization-group approach to the Anderson model of dilute magnetic alloys. II. Static properties for the asymmetric case
    Krishna-murthy HR; Wilkins JW; Wilson KG
    Physical Review B 21, no.3; 1 Feb. 1980; p.1044-83 pdf
     
  156. Low-binding-energy satellites in rare-earth-metal 3d spectra: an exception at Eu
    Herbst JF; Burkstrand JM; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 22, no.2; 15 July 1980; p.531-3 pdf
     
  157. Electron-electron scattering in simple metals
    Kukkonen CA; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 19, no.12; 15 June 1979; p.6075-93 pdf
     
  158. Spin relaxation of 3He to paramagnetic centers in surfaces at very low temperatures
    Albers RC; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Low Temperature Physics. vol.34, no.1-2; Jan. 1979; p.105-56
     
  159. Relativistic calculations of 3d excitation energies in the rare-earth metals
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 20, no.8; 15 Oct. 1979; p.2999-3005 pdf
     
  160. Replicate core levels as a probe of valence-fluctuation materials
    Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 43, no.23; 3 Dec. 1979; p.1760-3 pdf
     
  161. Systematic structure in the K-edge photoabsorption spectra of the 4d transition metals: theory
    Muller JE; Jepsen O; Andersen OK; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 40, no.11; 13 March 1978; p.720-2 pdf
     
  162. Relativistic calculations of 4f excitation energies in the rare-earth metals: Further results
    Herbst JF; Watson RE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 17, no.8; 15 April 1978; p.3089-98 pdf
     
  163. Change-in-self-consistent-field theory of the work function
    Monnier R; Perdew JP; Langreth DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 18, no.2; 15 July 1978; p.656-66 pdf
     
  164. Core level shifts of rare-gas atoms implanted in the noble metals
    Watson RE; Herbst JF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 14, no.1; 1 July 1976; p.18-25 pdf
     
  165. Systematic structure in the K-edge photoabsorption spectra of the 4d transition metals
    Kostroun VO; Fairchild RW; Kukkonen CA; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 13, no.8; 15 April 1976; p.3268-71 pdf
     
  166. Effect of ground-state and excitation potentials on energy levels of Ni metal
    Watson RE; Herbst JF; Hodges L; Lundqvist BI; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 13, no.4; 15 Feb. 1976; p.1463-7 pdf
     
  167. 4f excitation energies in rare-earth metals: Relativistic calculations
    Herbt JF; Watson RE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 13, no.4; 15 Feb 1976; p.1439-1445 pdf
     
  168. Normal and umklapp phonon decay rates due to phonon-phonon and electron-phonon scattering in potassium at low temperatures
    Albers RC; Bohlin L; Roy M; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 13, no.2; 15 Jan. 1976; p.768-86 pdf
     
  169. Theory of spin resonance in dilute magnetic alloys. II
    Sweer J; Langreth DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 13, no.1; 1 Jan. 1976; p.192-206 pdf
     
  170. Temperature-dependent susceptibility of the symmetric Anderson model: connection to the Kondo model
    Krishna-murthy HR; Wilson KG; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 35, no.16; 20 Oct. 1975; p.1101-4 pdf
     
  171. Four-particle exchange in solid 3He
    McMahan AK; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 35, no.6; 11 Aug. 1975; p.376-9 pdf
     
  172. Contribution to the cohesive energy of simple metals: spin-dependent effect
    Gunnarsson O; Lundqvist BI; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 10, no.4; 15 Aug. 1974; p.1319-27 pdf
     
  173. Model calculations for the phase transition in SmS
    Herbst JF; Watson RE; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Communications 13, no.11; 1 Dec. 1973; p.1771-4
     
  174. Knight shifts and Pauli susceptibilities in alkali metals and alloys
    Perdew JP; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 7, no.6; 15 March 1973; p.2461-73 pdf
     
  175. Critical fluctuations in superconductors: a functional-integral approach
    Hassing RF; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 7, no.5; 1 March 1973; p.1890-908 ;pdf
     
  176. Electron-electron scattering in the transport coefficients of simple metals
    Lawrence WE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 7, no.6; 15 March 1973; p.2317-32 pdf
    Erratum: Physical Review B 13, no.6; p.2717 pdf
     
  177. Umklapp electron-phonon scattering in the low-temperature resistivity of polyvalent metals
    Lawrence WE; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 6, no.12; 15 Dec. 1972; p.4466-82 pdf
     
  178. Far-infrared surface resistance of Cu:Fe; dynamics of a Kondo system
    Brandli G; Derbenwick SR; Murata KK; Sievers AJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 29, 1512-1515 (1972) pdf
     
  179. Problems in constructing a proper theory for fluctuation-induced diamagnetism in a superconductor
    Patton BR; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 6, no.11; 1 Dec. 1972; p.4349-51 pdf
     
  180. Theory of spin resonance in dilute magnetic alloys
    Langreth DC; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 6, no.9; 1 Nov. 1972; p.3189-227 pdf
     
  181. Validity of the Boltzmann equation for systems with both electron-phonon and impurity scattering
    Nickel BG; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 5, no.12; 15 June 1972; p.5000-2 pdf
     
  182. Photo-field-emission: A new probe of electron states between the Fermi and vacuum levels
    Lundqvist BI; Mountfield K; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Communications 10, no.4; 15 Feb. 1972; p.383-5
     
  183. Fluctuation effects in the resistive transition of thin filament superconductors
    Warburton RJ; Patton BR; Webb WW; Wilkins JW
    Physica 55; 1971; p.324-38
     
  184. Effect of Fermi surface geometry on electron-electron scattering
    Hodges C; Smith H; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review B 4, no.2; 15 July 1971; p.302-11 pdf
     
  185. Correlation effects in dilute magnetic alloys
    Murata KK; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Applied Physics 42, no.4; 15 March 1971; p.1462
     
  186. Knight shifts and Pauli susceptibilities in alkali metal alloys
    Perdew JP; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Communications 8, no.23; 1 Dec. 1970; p.2041-5
     
  187. Deviations from Matthiessen's rule in metals with magnetic impurities
    Smith H; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 24, no.5; 2 Feb. 1970; p.221-5 pdf
     
  188. Upper and lower bounds on transport coefficients arising from a linearized Boltzmann equation
    Jensen HH; Smith H; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review 185, no.1; 5 Sept. 1969; p.323-7 pdf
     
  189. Attenuation of transverse zero sound in /sup 3/He
    Corruccini LR; Clarke JS; Mermin ND; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review 180, no.1; April 1969; p.225-227 pdf
     
  190. Transport coefficients for a neutral and a charged impure Fermi liquid
    Smith H; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review 183, no.3; 15 July 1969; p.624-7 pdf
     
  191. On the diamagnetic susceptibility of a superconductor above the transition temperature
    Patton BR; Ambegaoker V; Wilkins JW
    Solid StateCommunications 7, no.18; 15 Sept. 1969; p.1287-90
     
  192. Exact transport coefficients for a fermi liquid
    Jensen HH; Smith H; Wilkins JW
    Physics Letters A 27A, no.8; 1968; p.523-3
     
  193. Study of Localized Magnetic Moments by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
    Langreth DC; Cowan DL; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Communications 6, 131 (1968),
     
  194. Direct Electromagnetic Generation of Acoustic Waves
    Houck JR; Bohn MV; Maxfield BW; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 19, 224-227 (1967) pdf
     
  195. Strong-Coupling Superconductivity. I
    Scalapino DR; Schrieffer JR; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review 148, 263-279 (1966) pdf
     
  196. Many-Body Effects in Electron Scattering
    Nozieres P; Heine V; Wilkins JW`
    Philosophical Magazine 13, 263 (1966)
     
  197. Effect of Many-Body Interaction on Temperature Dependent Amplitude of de Hass van Alphen Oscillations
    Wilkins JW, Woo JWF
    Physics Letters 17, 89 (1965)
     
  198. Low Temperature Electronic Specific Heat of Simple Metals
    Ashcroft NW, Wilkins JW
    Physics Letters 34, 285 (1965)
     
  199. New Hole Center, FCl-, Mixed KC1-KF Crystals
    Wilkins JW; Gabriel JR
    Physical Review 132, 1950-1957 (1963) pdf
     
  200. Effective Tunneling Density of States in Superconductors
    Schrieffer JR; Scalapino DJ; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 10, 336-339 (1963) pdf
     
  201. Two Particle Tunneling Process Between Superconductors
    Schrieffer JR; Wilkins JW
    Physical Review Letters 10, 17-20 (1963) pdf

Review articles

  1. Quasiparticle calculations in solids
    Aulbur WG; Jonsson L; Wilkins JW
    Solid State Physics 54, 1-218 (2000)
    [GW Results Summary], 230-page postscript version
     
  2. Theories of heavy-electron systems
    Lee PA; Rice TM; Serene JW; Sham LJ; Wilkins JW
    Comments on Condensed Matter Physics 12, no.3; 1986; p.99-161
     
  3. X-ray edge in metals
    Wilkins JW
    X-Ray and Atomic Inner-Shell Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings 94, editor Crasemann-B (American Institute of Physics, New York, 1982) p.687-706
     
  4. Understanding quasi-particales: observable many-body effects in metals and 3He
    Wilkins JW
    Electrons at the Fermi Surface, edited Springford-M (Cambridge, 1980) p.46-101
     
  5. An introduction to band structure calculations
    Wilkins JW
    Physica Fennica 8, no.2-3; Oct. 1973; p.171-214
     
  6. Multiparticle tunneling
    Wilkins JW
    Tunneling phenomena in solids. (Plenum, New York, 1969) p.333-52
     
  7. Observable Many-Body Effects in Metals
    Wilkins JW
    Nordita Lecture Notes (Nordita, Copenhapgen, 1968) prepared with the help of Henrik Smith, p.1-58

Conference Proceedings (with results not published elsewhere)


     

     
  1. Dynamic Classification of Anomalous Structures in Molecular Dynamics Simulation Data
    Sameep Mehta, Steve Barr, Alex Choy, Hui Yang, Srinivasan Parthasarathy, Raghu Machiraju and John Wilkins
    5th SIAM International Conference on Data Mining
    Conference April 2005, Newport Beach, CA eds. Arnold Goodman et al.
    (Siam 2005) pp. 161-172. [pdf]
     
  2. Detection and Visualization of Anomalous Structures in Molecular Dynamics Simulation Data
    Sameep Mehta, Kaden Hazzard, Raghu Machiraju, Srinivasan Parthasarathy and John Wilkins
    IEEE Conference on Visualization 2004
    eds. Holly Rushmeier, Greg Turk and Jarke J. wan Wijk
    (IEEE, Austin, 2004) pp.465-472 [pdf]
     
  3. Mining temporally-variying phenomena in Scientific Datasets,
    Raghu Machiraju, Srinivasan Parthasarathy, John Wilkins, David S.~Thompson, Boyd Gatline, David Richie, Tat-Sang Choy, Ming Jiang, Sameep Mehta, Matthew Coatney, Stephen A.~Barr, and Kaden Hazzard
    Data mining: next generation challenges and future directions, eds. H.~Kargupta et al. (AAAI/MIT, Menlo Park, 2004), pp. 273-290.
     
  4. Feature Mining Algorithm for Scientific Data
    Ming Jiang, T.S. Choy, S. Mehta, M. Coatney, S. Barr, K. Hazzard, D. Richie, S. Parthasarathy, R. Machiraju, D. Thompson, J. Wilkins, and B. Gatlin
    Third SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, eds. Daniel Barbara and Chandrika Kamath (SIAM, Philadelphia, 2003) pp.13-24. [pdf]
     
  5. Large-scale molecular dynamics simulations of interstitial defect diffusion in silcon
    David A Richie; Kim, Jeongnim; Hennig, Richard; Hazzard, Kaden; Barr, Steve; Wilkins, John W
    Materials Research Symposium Proceedings, vol.731, 2002 p.W9.10-5. [pdf]
     
  6. Coupled Bloch-phonon modes in superlattices
    Avik W Ghosh; Jonsson, L.; Wilkins, J. W.; Dekorsy, T.; Bartels, A.; Kurz, H.; Kohler, K.; Hey, R.; Ploog, K.
    Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference. Postconference Technical Digest (IEEE Cat. No.01CH37172). 2001. p. 150-1.
     
  7. Time-dependent exciton correlations in nanoscale quantum dot
    Lars Jonsson; Sakhel, R. ; Wilkins, J. W.; Shirley, E. L.;
    Optical Properties of Materials. Symposium (Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings Vol.579) ed: Chelikowsky, J. R.; Louie, S. G.; Martinez, G. 2000 p.111-16.
     
  8. Applications of real-time multiresolution analysis for molecular dynamics simulations of infrequent events
    David A Richie; Kim, JN; Wilkins, JW;
    Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, 677, AA5.1-7 (2001). (MRS Press, 2001). [ps]
     
  9. Thermodynamic processes of Si-interstitial clusters
    Jeongnim Kim; Birner S; Richie DA; Wilkins JW; Voter AF
    International Conference on Computational Nanoscience Proceedings, 117 (2001) [pdf]
     
  10. Coupled Bloch-phonon oscillation in GaAs/AlGaAs superlattices: theory and experiment
    Dekorsy T; Bartels A; Kurz H; Ghosh AW; Jonsson L; Kohler K; Hey R; Ploog K
    Physics E 7, no.1-2; April 2000; p.279-284 [PDF]
     
  11. Lattice fluctuations and disorder in quasi-one dimensional materials
    McKenzie RH; Wilkins JW
    Synthetic Metals 57, no.2-3; 19 April 1993; p.4296-301
     
  12. Quantum transport equation approach to nonequilibrium screening
    Hu Ben Y-K; Sarker SK; Wilkins JW
    Nanostructure Physics and Fabrication, editors ?? (Academic Press, 1989) p.273-7
     
  13. Electronic and structural properties of twin boundaries in Si
    DiVincenzo DP; Alerhand OL; Schluter M; Wilkins JW
    18th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (World Scientific, Singapore, 1987) p.829-32 vol.2
     
  14. Calculated properties of valence fluctuators
    Cox DL; Bickers NE; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 54-57, pt.1; Feb. 1986; p. 333-7
     
  15. Theory for thermodynamics and transport properties of Ce impurity systems
    Bickers NE; Cox DL; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 47-48; Feb. 1985; p.335-8
     
  16. Dynamic magnetic susceptibilities of valence-fluctuation Ce compounds
    Cox DL; Bickers NE; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Applied Physics 57, no.8, pt.2A; 15 April 1985; p.3166-8
     
  17. Point contact spectroscopy of scattering rates on semiconductors
    Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    Physics of Submicron Structures. Proceedings of a Workshop (Plenum, New York 1984) p.295-300
     
  18. Self-consistent surface electronic band structure calculations: changes upon chemisorption
    Richter R; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 1, no.2, pt.2; April-June 1983; p.1089-94
     
  19. A Semiclassical, Trajectory-Based Approach to the Multiple Scattering Problem
    Jauho AP; Wilkins JW; Cohen-M; Merrill RP
    Determination of Surface Structure by LEED, editors, Marcus-PM and Jone-F (Plenum, New York, 1985), p.129
     
  20. Ballistic electrons in a submicron structure: the distribution function an
    Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    Physica B&C 134B+C, no.1-3; Nov. 1985; p.470-4
     
  21. Non-equilibrium current fluctuations in finite size semiconductors
    Stanton CJ; Wilkins JW
    Physica B & C. vol.134B+C, no.1-3; Nov. 1985; p.255-9
     
  22. Point Contact Spectroscopy of Scattering Rates on Semiconductors
    Baranger HU; Wilkins JW
    The Physics of Submicron Structures, editors Grubin-HL, Hess-K, Iafrate-GJ, Ferry-DK (Plenum, New York, 1984) p.295
     
  23. Self-consistent surface electronic band structure calculations: changes upon chemisorption
    Richter R; Wilkins JW
    Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 1, no.2, pt.2; April-June 1983; p.1089-94
     
  24. Densities of States in Valence Fluctuators
    Wilkins JW
    Valence instabilities: proceedings of the international conference held in Zurich, Switzerland, April 13-16, 1982, editors, Wachter P and Boppart H (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1982) p.1
     
  25. Concluding Remarks: Mostly Experimental
    Wilkins JW
    Valence Fluctuations in Solids, editors, Falicov-LM, Hanke-W and Maple-MB (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1981) p.459
     
  26. An optical signature at meV energies for valence fluctuation compounds
    Pinkerton FE; Sievers AJ; Wilkins JW; Maple MB; Sales BC
    Valence Fluctuations in Solids. International Conference on Valence Fluctuations in Solids (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1981) p.177-81
     
  27. Anomalous absorption in fluctuating valence compounds
    Pinkerton FE; Wilkins JW; Sievers AJ; Maple MB; Sales BC
    Fourth International Conference on Infrared and Millimeter Waves and their Applications (IEEE, New York,1979) p.244-5
     
  28. Photoabsorption spectra of the 4d transition metals near the K-edge
    Muller JE; Jepsen O; Andersen OK; Wilkins JW
    Transition Metals 1977 (Inst. Physics, London 1978) p.153-5
     
  29. Four-spin exchange in bcc 3He
    McMahan AK; Wilkins JW
    Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1975) p.507-8
     
  30. Importance of phonon-phonon scattering rates on the low temperature electrical resistivity of potassium
    Albers RC; Wilkins JW; Bohlin L; Roy M
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1975) p.59-62
     
  31. Formation of a local moment in the symmetric Anderson model
    Krishna-murthy HR; Wilson KG; Wilkins JW
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1975) p.310-13

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