John Russo

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University of Rome La Sapienza, Roma, Lazio, Italy 
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Yanagishima T, Russo J, Dullens RPA, et al. (2023) From ultra-fast growth to avalanche growth in devitrifying glasses. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 159
Beneduce C, E P Pinto D, Šulc P, et al. (2023) Two-step nucleation in a binary mixture of patchy particles. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 158
Guidarelli Mattioli F, Sciortino F, Russo J. (2023) Are Neural Network Potentials Trained on Liquid States Transferable to Crystal Nucleation? A Test on Ice Nucleation in the mW Water Model. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 127: 3894-3901
Pinto DEP, Šulc P, Sciortino F, et al. (2023) Design strategies for the self-assembly of polyhedral shells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2219458120
Guidarelli Mattioli F, Sciortino F, Russo J. (2023) A neural network potential with self-trained atomic fingerprints: A test with the mW water potential. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 158: 104501
Rovigatti L, Russo J, Romano F, et al. (2022) A simple solution to the problem of self-assembling cubic diamond crystals. Nanoscale
Russo J, Romano F, Kroc L, et al. (2022) SAT-assembly: A new approach for designing self-assembling systems. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Russo J, Leoni F, Martelli F, et al. (2022) The physics of empty liquids: from patchy particles to water. Reports On Progress in Physics. Physical Society (Great Britain). 85
Yanagishima T, Russo J, Dullens RPA, et al. (2021) Towards Glasses with Permanent Stability. Physical Review Letters. 127: 215501
Foffi R, Russo J, Sciortino F. (2021) Structural and topological changes across the liquid-liquid transition in water. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 154: 184506
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