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Irradiated bilayer graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, and T. Chakraborty , NANOTECHNOLOGY, 22 (2011)
Compressibility of graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, E.. H. Hwang, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 83 (2011)
d mu/dn in suspended bilayer graphene: The interplay of disorder and band gap, D.. S. L. Abergel, H.. Min, E.. H. Hwang, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 84 (2011)
Electron correlations in bilayer graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, and T. Chakraborty , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 82 (2010)
Optical manifestations of symmetry breaking in bilayer graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, and V. I. Fal'ko , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 86 (2012)
Infrared absorption by graphene-hBN heterostructures, D.. S. L. Abergel, J.. R. Wallbank, X. Chen, M.. Mucha-Kruczynski, and V. I. Fal'ko , NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 15 (2013)
Density fluctuation effects on the exciton condensate in double-layer graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, R.. Sensarma, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 86 (2012)
Inhomogeneity and nonlinear screening in gapped bilayer graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel, E.. Rossi, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 86 (2012)
Interlayer excitonic superfluidity in graphene, D. S. L. Abergel, M.. Rodriguez-Vega, E. Rossi, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 88, 235402 (2013)
Compressibility of graphene, D.. S. L. Abergel , SOLID STATE COMMUNICATIONS, 152, 1383-1389 (2012)
Comparison of microscopic models for disorder in bilayer graphene: Implications for density of states and optical conductivity, D.. S. L. Abergel, H. Min, E.. H. Hwang, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 85 (2012)
Two-dimensional compressibility of surface states on three-dimensional topological insulators, D. S. L. Abergel, and S. Das Sarma , Phys. Rev. B, 87 (2013)
Two-dimensional transport and screening in topological insulator surface states, S.. Adam, E.. H. Hwang, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 85 (2012)
Scattering mechanisms and Boltzmann transport in graphene, S. Adam, E. H. Hwang, and S. Das Sarma , Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures, 40, 1022–1025 (2008)
Crossover from quantum to Boltzmann transport in graphene, S. Adam, P. Brouwer, and S. Das Sarma , Phys. Rev. B, 79 (2009)
Density inhomogeneity driven percolation metal-insulator transition and dimensional crossover in graphene nanoribbons, S.. Adam, S.. Cho, M. S. Fuhrer, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 101 (2008)
Theory of charged impurity scattering in two-dimensional graphene, S. Adam, E. H. Hwang, E. Rossi, and S. Das Sarma , Solid State Communications, 149, 1072–1079 (2009)
Transport in suspended graphene, S.. Adam, and S. Das Sarma , SOLID STATE COMMUNICATIONS, 146, 356-360 (2008)
A self-consistent theory for graphene transport, S. Adam, E. H. Hwang, V. M. Galitski, and S. Das Sarma , PNAS, 104, 18392–7 (2007)
Boltzmann transport and residual conductivity in bilayer graphene, S. Adam, and S. Das Sarma , Phys. Rev. B, 77 (2008)
Nonlinear Optics Quantum Computing with Circuit QED, P. Adhikari, M. Hafezi, and J. M. Taylor , Phys. Rev. Lett., 110, 060503 (2013)
Robust pairing mechanism from repulsive interactions, K.. A. Al-Hassanieh, C.. D. Batista, P.. Sengupta, and A.. E. Feiguin , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 80 (2009)
Excitons in the One-Dimensional Hubbard Model: A Real-Time Study, K. Al-Hassanieh, F. Reboredo, A. Feiguin, I. González, and E. Dagotto , Phys. Rev. Lett., 100 (2008)
Role of boundary conditions, topology, and disorder in the chiral magnetic effect in Weyl semimetals, Y. Alavirad, and J. D. Sau , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 94, 115160 (2016)
Quantum interference phenomena in the Casimir effect, A. A. Allocca, J. H. Wilson, and V. M. Galitski , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 91, 062512 (2015)

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