Giri Joshi, Ph.D. - Publications

2010 Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Condensed Matter Physics, Nanotechnology

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Year Citation  Score
2011 Zebarjadi M, Joshi G, Zhu G, Yu B, Minnich A, Lan Y, Wang X, Dresselhaus M, Ren Z, Chen G. Power factor enhancement by modulation doping in bulk nanocomposites. Nano Letters. 11: 2225-30. PMID 21553899 DOI: 10.1021/nl201206d  0.32
2011 Yan X, Joshi G, Liu W, Lan Y, Wang H, Lee S, Simonson JW, Poon SJ, Tritt TM, Chen G, Ren ZF. Enhanced thermoelectric figure of merit of p-type half-Heuslers. Nano Letters. 11: 556-60. PMID 21186782 DOI: 10.1021/nl104138t  0.32
2010 Yan X, Poudel B, Ma Y, Liu WS, Joshi G, Wang H, Lan Y, Wang D, Chen G, Ren ZF. Experimental studies on anisotropic thermoelectric properties and structures of n-type Bi2Te2.7Se0.3. Nano Letters. 10: 3373-8. PMID 20672824 DOI: 10.1021/nl101156v  0.32
2009 Zhu GH, Lee H, Lan YC, Wang XW, Joshi G, Wang DZ, Yang J, Vashaee D, Guilbert H, Pillitteri A, Dresselhaus MS, Chen G, Ren ZF. Increased phonon scattering by nanograins and point defects in nanostructured silicon with a low concentration of germanium. Physical Review Letters. 102: 196803. PMID 19518985  0.32
2008 Joshi G, Lee H, Lan Y, Wang X, Zhu G, Wang D, Gould RW, Cuff DC, Tang MY, Dresselhaus MS, Chen G, Ren Z. Enhanced thermoelectric figure-of-merit in nanostructured p-type silicon germanium bulk alloys. Nano Letters. 8: 4670-4. PMID 19367858 DOI: 10.1021/nl8026795  0.32
2008 He Q, Hao Q, Wang X, Yang J, Lan Y, Yan X, Yu B, Ma Y, Poudel B, Joshi G, Wang D, Chen G, Ren Z. Nanostructured thermoelectric skutterudite Co(1-x)Ni(x)Sb3 alloys. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 8: 4003-6. PMID 19049166  0.32
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