Jacques Genissieux Amar

Physics and Astronomy The University of Toledo 
Statistical Physics, Surface Physics, Materials Science Engineering
"Jacques Genissieux Amar"



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James D. Gunton grad student 1985 Temple University (Physics Tree)
 (Studies of commensurate and incommensurate ordering in two dimensions.)
Fereydoon Family post-doc 1990-2003 Emory (Physics Tree)
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Sabbar EH, Poddar NN, Amar JG. (2018) Irreversible island nucleation and growth with anomalous diffusion in d>2 Physica a: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications. 508: 567-576
Sabbar EH, Amar JG. (2017) Reversible island nucleation and growth with anomalous diffusion Surface Science. 664: 38
Amar JG, Semaan M. (2016) Island nucleation and growth with anomalous diffusion. Physical Review. E. 93: 062805
Shim Y, Amar JG. (2016) Improved scaling of temperature-accelerated dynamics using localization. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 145: 014105
Shim Y, Amar JG. (2016) Ab initio study of early stage Nb growth on MgO(001) Surface Science. 645: 80-87
Hubartt BC, Amar JG. (2015) Critical island-size, stability, and morphology of 2D colloidal Au nanoparticle islands. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 142: 024709
Joshi CP, Shim Y, Bigioni TP, et al. (2014) Critical island size, scaling, and ordering in colloidal nanoparticle self-assembly. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 90: 032406
Poddar NN, Amar JG. (2014) Adsorption and diffusion of colloidal Au nanoparticles at a liquid-vapor interface. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 140: 244702
Hubartt BC, Amar JG. (2014) Large-amplitude thermal oscillations in defected, tilted nanocolumns Applied Physics Letters. 105
Kwon D, Shim Y, Amar JG, et al. (2014) Grain growth, anomalous scaling, and grain boundary grooving in polycrystalline CdTe thin films Journal of Applied Physics. 116
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