Nicolas Giovambattista, Ph.D.

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Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
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Statistical physics
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H. Eugene Stanley grad student 2004 Boston University
 (Physics of supercooled water and amorphous ices.)
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Bachler J, Handle PH, Giovambattista N, et al. (2019) Glass polymorphism and liquid-liquid phase transition in aqueous solutions: experiments and computer simulations. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Handle PH, Sciortino F, Giovambattista N. (2019) Glass polymorphism in TIP4P/2005 water: A description based on the potential energy landscape formalism. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 244506
Giovambattista N, Starr FW, Poole PH. (2019) State variables for glasses: The case of amorphous ice. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 224502
Sun G, Xu L, Giovambattista N. (2018) Anomalous Features in the Potential Energy Landscape of a Waterlike Monatomic Model with Liquid and Glass Polymorphism. Physical Review Letters. 120: 035701
Giovambattista N, Starr FW, Poole PH. (2017) Influence of sample preparation on the transformation of low-density to high-density amorphous ice: An explanation based on the potential energy landscape. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 147: 044501
Sun G, Xu L, Giovambattista N. (2017) Relationship between the potential energy landscape and the dynamic crossover in a water-like monatomic liquid with a liquid-liquid phase transition. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 146: 014503
Giovambattista N, Sciortino F, Starr FW, et al. (2016) Potential energy landscape of the apparent first-order phase transition between low-density and high-density amorphous ice. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 145: 224501
Jahn DA, Wong J, Bachler J, et al. (2016) Glass polymorphism in glycerol-water mixtures: I. A computer simulation study. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Bachler J, Fuentes-Landete V, Jahn DA, et al. (2016) Glass polymorphism in glycerol-water mixtures: II. Experimental studies. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Giovambattista N, Almeida AB, Alencar AM, et al. (2016) Validation of capillarity theory at the nanometer scale by atomistic computer simulations of water droplets and bridges in contact with hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 120: 1597-1608
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