Jonathan V. Selinger, Ph.D.

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2005- College of Arts and Sciences / Department of Chemical Physics Kent State University, Kent, OH, United States 
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Physical Chemistry
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https://www.kent.edu/physics/profile/jonathan-selinger
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Parents

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David Robert Nelson grad student 1983-1989 Harvard
Zhen-Gang Wang research scientist 1991-1992 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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Jun Geng grad student 2012 Kent State
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Rosseto MP, Selinger JV. (2022) Modulated phases of nematic liquid crystals induced by tetrahedral order. Physical Review. E. 105: 024708
Tang X, Selinger JV. (2020) Annihilation trajectory of defects in smectic-C films. Physical Review. E. 102: 012702
Rosseto MP, Selinger JV. (2020) Theory of the splay nematic phase: Single versus double splay. Physical Review. E. 101: 052707
Tang X, Selinger JV. (2020) Minimization principle for shear alignment of liquid crystals. Physical Review. E. 101: 032701
Sadoc JF, Mosseri R, Selinger J. (2020) Liquid crystal director fields in three-dimensional non-Euclidean geometries New Journal of Physics
Ferris AJ, Afghah S, Selinger RLB, et al. (2019) Electric field-induced crossover from 3D to 2D topological defects in a nematic liquid crystal: experimental verification. Soft Matter
Tang X, Selinger JV. (2019) Theory of defect motion in 2D passive and active nematic liquid crystals. Soft Matter. 15: 587-601
Duzgun A, Selinger JV, Saxena A. (2018) Comparing skyrmions and merons in chiral liquid crystals and magnets. Physical Review. E. 97: 062706
Jákli A, Lavrentovich OD, Selinger JV. (2018) Physics of liquid crystals of bent-shaped molecules Reviews of Modern Physics. 90
Selinger JV. (2018) Interpretation of saddle-splay and the Oseen-Frank free energy in liquid crystals Liquid Crystals Reviews. 6: 129-142
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