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Van deWalle CG.  2008.  Computational studies of conductivity in wide-band-gap semiconductors and oxides. J. Phys.. Condens. Matter:20.
Vanaparthy S.H., Meiburg E..  2008.  Variable density and viscosity, miscible displacements in capillary tubes. European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids. 27:268-289.
Vannozzi C..  2012.  Coalescence of surfactant covered drops in extensional flows-Effects of the interfacial diffusivity. Physics of Fluids. 24:82101.
Vannozzi C.  2012.  Relaxation and coalescence of two equal-sized viscous drops in a quiescent matrix. J. Fluid Mech.. 694:408.
Varley JB, Schleife A, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Ambipolar doping in SnO. Applied Physics Letters. 103:082118.
Varley JB, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2014.  Hydrogenated vacancies and hidden hydrogen in SrTiO 3. Physical Review B. 89:075202.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Franchini C., Van de Walle C.G.  2012.  Role of self-trapping in luminescence and p-type conductivity of wide-band-gap oxides. Phys. Rev. B. 85:81109.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2010.  Group-V impurities in SnO2 from first-principles calculations. Phys. Rev. B. 81:245216.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Singh A.K, Van de Walle C.G.  2009.  Hydrogen interactions with acceptor impurities in SnO2: First-principles calculations. Phys. Rev. B. 79:245206.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Singh A.K, Van de Walle C.G.  2009.  Hydrogen interactions with acceptor impurities in SnO2: First-principles calculations. Phys. Rev. B. 79:245206.
Varley J.B., Peelaers H., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2011.  Hydrogenated cation vacancies in semiconducting oxides. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter. 23:334212.
Varley J.B., Weber J.R., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2010.  Oxygen vacancies and donor impurities in beta-Ga2O3. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 97:142106.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2011.  Mechanism of Visible-Light Photocatalysis in Nitrogen-Doped TiO2. Advanced Materials. 23:2343-2347.
Vermaak N, Valdevit L, Evans AG, Zok FW, McMeeking RM.  2011.  Implications of Shakedown for Design of Actively Cooled Thermostructural Panels. Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures. 6:1313.
Völker B, McMeeking RM.  2012.  Impact of particle size ratio and volume fraction on effective material parameters and performance in solid oxide fuel cells.. Journal of Power Sources. 215:199-215.
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Wang L, Hung H-H, Troyer M.  2014.  Topological Phase Transition in the Hofstadter-Hubbard Model. arXiv preprint arXiv:1402.6704.
Wang Y, Atzberger P.  2013.  Fluctuating hydrodynamic methods for fluid-structure interactions in confined channel geometries. submitted)(available: http://www. atzberger. org).
Wang Y, Yepremyan A, Ghorai S, Todd R, Aue DH, Zhang L.  2013.  Gold-Catalyzed Cyclizations of cis-Enediynes: Insights into the Nature of Gold–Aryne Interactions. Angewandte Chemie. 125:7949–7953.
Wang Y, Sigurdsson JKarl, Brandt E, Atzberger PJ.  2013.  Dynamic implicit-solvent coarse-grained models of lipid bilayer membranes: Fluctuating hydrodynamics thermostat. Physical Review E. 88:023301.
Wang D, Li Y, Cai Z, Wu C.  2013.  Competing orders in the 2D half-filled SU (2N) Hubbard model through the pinning field quantum Monte-Carlo simulations. arXiv preprint arXiv:1305.3571.
Wang X, Vallurupalli P, Vu A, Lee K, Sun S, Bai W-J, Wu C, Zhou H, Shea J-E, Kay LEdward et al..  2014.  The Linker between the Dimerization and Catalytic Domains of the CheA Histidine Kinase Propagates Changes in Structure and Dynamics Important for the Enzymatic Activity. Biochemistry.
Watson MC, Brandt EG, Welch PM, Brown FLH.  2012.  Determining Biomembrane Bending Rigidities from Simulations of Modest Size. Phys. Rev. Lett. 109:28102.
Watson MC, Morriss-Andrews A, Welch PM, Brown FLH.  2013.  Thermal fluctuations in shape, thickness, and molecular orientation in lipid bilayers. II. Finite surface tensions. The Journal of chemical physics. 139:084706.
Weber J.R., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2009.  Point defects in Al2O3 and their impact on gate stacks. Microelectronic Engineering. 86:1756.
Weber J.R, Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2013.  Dangling bonds and vacancies in germanium. Phys. Rev. B. 87(3):35203.

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