Maja C. Cassidy, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
Engineering and Applied Sciences Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
mesoscopic physics

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2015 Whiting N, Hu J, Shah JV, Cassidy MC, Cressman E, Millward NZ, Menter DG, Marcus CM, Bhattacharya PK. Real-Time MRI-Guided Catheter Tracking Using Hyperpolarized Silicon Particles. Scientific Reports. 5: 12842. PMID 26239953 DOI: 10.1038/srep12842  0.48
2015 Whiting N, Hu J, Shah JV, Cassidy MC, Cressman E, Millward NZ, Menter DG, Marcus CM, Bhattacharya PK. Real-Time MRI-Guided Catheter Tracking Using Hyperpolarized Silicon Particles Scientific Reports. 5. DOI: 10.1038/srep12842  0.48
2014 Schmid S, Bagci T, Zeuthen E, Taylor JM, Herring PK, Cassidy MC, Marcus CM, Guillermo Villanueva L, Amato B, Boisen A, Shin YC, Kong J, Sørensen AS, Usami K, Polzik ES. Single-layer graphene on silicon nitride micromembrane resonators Journal of Applied Physics. 115. DOI: 10.1063/1.4862296  0.48
2013 Cassidy MC, Chan HR, Ross BD, Bhattacharya PK, Marcus CM. In vivo magnetic resonance imaging of hyperpolarized silicon particles. Nature Nanotechnology. 8: 363-8. PMID 23644571 DOI: 10.1038/nnano.2013.65  0.48
2013 Atkins TM, Cassidy MC, Lee M, Ganguly S, Marcus CM, Kauzlarich SM. Synthesis of long T₁ silicon nanoparticles for hyperpolarized ²⁹Si magnetic resonance imaging. Acs Nano. 7: 1609-17. PMID 23350651 DOI: 10.1021/nn305462y  0.48
2013 Cassidy MC, Ramanathan C, Cory DG, Ager JW, Marcus CM. Radical-free dynamic nuclear polarization using electronic defects in silicon Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 87. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.87.161306  0.48
2011 Lee M, Cassidy MC, Ramanathan C, Marcus CM. Decay of nuclear hyperpolarization in silicon microparticles Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 84. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.84.035304  0.48
2009 Aptekar JW, Cassidy MC, Johnson AC, Barton RA, Lee M, Ogier AC, Vo C, Anahtar MN, Ren Y, Bhatia SN, Ramanathan C, Cory DG, Hill AL, Mair RW, Rosen MS, et al. Silicon nanoparticles as hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging agents. Acs Nano. 3: 4003-8. PMID 19950973 DOI: 10.1021/nn900996p  0.48
2008 Mitic M, Petersson KD, Cassidy MC, Starrett RP, Gauja E, Ferguson AJ, Yang C, Jamieson DN, Clark RG, Dzurak AS. Bias spectroscopy and simultaneous single-electron transistor charge state detection of Si:P double dots. Nanotechnology. 19: 265201. PMID 21828673 DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/19/26/265201  0.48
2007 Cassidy MC, Dzurak AS, Clark RG, Petersson KD, Farrer I, Ritchie DA, Smith CG. Single shot charge detection using a radio-frequency quantum point contact Applied Physics Letters. 91. DOI: 10.1063/1.2809370  0.48
2006 Mitic M, Cassidy MC, Petersson KD, Starrett RP, Gauja E, Brenner R, Clark RG, Dzurak AS, Yang C, Jamieson DN. Demonstration of a silicon-based quantum cellular automata cell Applied Physics Letters. 89. DOI: 10.1063/1.2219128  0.48
2006 Mitic M, Cassidy MC, Petersson KD, Gauja E, Starrett RP, Brenner R, Yang C, Jamieson DN, Clark RG, Dzurak AS. Development of a silicon-based quantum cellular automata cell 2006 Nsti Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nsti Nanotech 2006 Technical Proceedings. 3: 9-12.  0.48
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