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Stony Brook University

Works: 823 works in 840 publications in 2 languages and 1,383 library holdings
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Arnold mathematical journal( )

in English and held by 224 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chaekgeori : the power and pleasure of possessions in Korean painted screens by Pyŏng-mo Chŏng( Book )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chaekgeori explores the genre of Korean still-life painting known as chaekgeori (loosely translated as 'books and things'). Encouraged and popularized by King Jeongjo (1752-1800, r. 1776-1800) as a political tool to promote societal conservatism against an influx of ideas from abroad, chaekgeori was one of the most enduring and prolific art forms of Korea's Joseon dynasty (1392-1910). It depicts books and other material commodities as symbolic embodiments of knowledge, power, and social reform. Chaekgeori has maintained its popularity in Korea for more than two centuries, and remains a force in Korean art to this day. No other genre or medium in the entirety of Korean art, including both court and folk paintings, has so engaged and documented the image of books and collectible commodities and their place in an ever-evolving Korean society. When it transitioned into folk-style painting, unexpected and creative visual elements emerged. Folk versions of chaekgeori from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries often show an exquisite fusion of Korean and Western composition that feels modern to our contemporary eyes. Not only books but many other commodities are depicted to represent the commoner?s desire for higher social status, wealth, and knowledge. Exhibition: Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University, USA (29.09. - 23.12.2016) / Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA (15.04. - 11.06.2017) / Cleveland Museum of Art, USA (05.08. - 05.11.2017)
Religion and spirituality in late 20th century music : Arvo Part, Jonathan Harvey, and John Coltrane by Steven Wayne Gehring( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From honest indignation to aged ignorance : the creation and subversion of law through printing in the works of William Blak by Daniel Lukasczyk( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The thief of love : a lyric-comic opera( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Filled with twists and turns, The thief of love is a contemporary love story set in a mythical kingdom of ancient India. Vidya, Princess of Knowledge, is beautiful and brilliant and can't find a man who is her equal. Sundar, Prince of Beauty, is a wealthy game player who tries to win her through deceit and disguise. They both must conquer their pride and arrogance before true love can prevail."--Container
Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Mixing Laser Experiments and Supernova ; Reporting Period 5( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The three year plan for this project is to develop novel theories and advanced simulation methods leading to a systematic understanding of turbulent mixing. A primary focus is the comparison of simulation models (both Direct Numerical Simulation and subgrid averaged models) to experiments. The comprehension and reduction of experimental and simulation data are central goals of this proposal. We will model 2D and 3D perturbations of planar interfaces. We will compare these tests with models derived from averaged equations (our own and those of others). As a second focus, we will develop physics based subgrid simulation models of diffusion across an interface, with physical but no numerical mass diffusion. We will conduct analytic studies of mix, in support of these objectives. Advanced issues, including multiple layers and reshock, will be considered
Fractionated Radiation Exposure of Rat Spinal Cords Leads to Latent Neuro-Inflammation in Brain, Cognitive Deficits, and Alterations in Apurinic Endonuclease 1( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ionizing radiation causes degeneration of myelin, the insulating sheaths of neuronal axons, leading to neurological impairment. As radiation research on the central nervous system has predominantly focused on neurons, with few studies addressing the role of glial cells, we have focused our present research on identifying the latent effects of single/ fractionated -low dose of low/ high energy radiation on the role of base excision repair protein Apurinic Endonuclease-1, in the rat spinal cords oligodendrocyte progenitor cells ' differentiation. Apurinic endonuclease-1 is predominantly upregulated in response to oxidative stress by low- energy radiation, and previous studies show significant induction of Apurinic Endonucle- ase-1 in neurons and astrocytes. Our studies show for the first time, that fractionation of pro- tons cause latent damage to spinal cord architecture while fractionation of HZE (28Si) induce increase in APE1 with single dose, which then decreased with fractionation. In conclusion, the oligoden- drocyte progenitor cells differentiation was skewed with increase in immature oligodendro- cytes and astrocytes, which likely cause the observed decrease in white matter, increased neuro-inflammation, together leading to the observed significant cognitive defects
Five-year review of the graduate program in pathology( Book )

3 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family predictors of quality of life and child problem behavior in families of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Samara Pulver Tetenbaum( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Arra : Tas 89 0227 Tas Recovery Act 100g Ftp An Ultra-High Speed Data Transfer Service Over Next Generation 100 Gigabit Per Second Network( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Data-intensive applications, including high energy and nuclear physics, astrophysics, climate modeling, nano-scale materials science, genomics, and financing, are expected to generate exabytes of data over the coming years, which must be transferred, visualized, and analyzed by geographically distributed teams of users. High-performance network capabilities must be available to these users at the application level in a transparent, virtualized manner. Moreover, the application users must have the capability to move large datasets from local and remote locations across network environments to their home institutions. To solve these challenges, the main goal of our project is to design and evaluate high-performance data transfer software to support various data-intensive applications. First, we have designed a middleware software that provides access to Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) functionalities. This middleware integrates network access, memory management and multitasking in its core design. We address a number of issues related to its efficient implementation, for instance, explicit buffer management and memory registration, and parallelization of RDMA operations, which are vital to delivering the benefit of RDMA to the applications. Built on top of this middleware, an implementation and experimental evaluation of the RDMA-based FTP software, RFTP, is described and evaluated. This application has been implemented by our team to exploit the full capabilities of advanced RDMA mechanisms for ultra-high speed bulk data transfer applications on Energy Sciences Network (ESnet). Second, we designed our data transfer software to optimize TCP/IP based data transfer performance such that RFTP can be fully compatible with today's Internet. Our kernel optimization techniques with Linux system calls sendfile and splice, can reduce data copy cost. In this report, we summarize the technical challenges of our project, the primary software design methods, the major project milestones achieved, as well as the testbed evaluation work and demonstrations during our project life time
Development of a Tender-Energy Microprobe for Geosciences at NSLS and NSLS-II( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We propose to develop a tender-energy (1-8 keV operational range, optimized for 1-5 keV) X-ray microprobe, to bring the functionality and scientific benefits of hard (>5 keV) X-ray microprobes to a largely untapped domain of lighter, geologically-important elements. This proposal seeks to extend and enhance user-facility capabilities particularly optimized for research in Geosciences. This will be accomplished through development and implementation of unique new synchrotron instrumentation for high-performance microspectroscopy and imaging in the distinctive tender energy range. This new user facility at Beamline X15B at the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) will benefit the specific Earth Science research programs described in this proposal, and will be available for use by the broader community through the merit-based General User program and through the User Cooperative that operates X15B. Its development will provide immediate benefit to regional and national Earth Science research conducted at the NSLS. It will achieve even higher performance at the Tender Energy Spectroscopy (TES) Beamline at NSLS-II, a new state-of-the-art synchrotron under construction and scheduled to begin operation in 2014. Project Objectives: Our goals are threefold: 1. Develop superlative capabilities to extend hard X-ray microprobe functionality and ease of use to the tender energy range. 2. Bring high-performance XAS (including full EXAFS) to the micron scale, over the range of 1-8 keV. 3. Deliver high flux and element sensitivity for geoscience applications. Our user facility will be designed and optimized for tender-energy microbeam applications and techniques for Earth Science research, including XRF imaging and high-quality extended XAS. Its key attributes will be an energy range of 1 to 8 keV, user-tunable spot size ranging from 40x14 to 3x2 [mu]m, high flux up to 2x1011 photons/s, beam positional stability and energy calibration stability optimized for high-quality and extended XAS and both XRF and XAS imaging, a helium sample environment for vacuum-incompatible samples, and on-the-fly scanning. At NSLS-II, these capabilities will be further enhanced and performance will improve in spot size, to the range from 19x23 to <1x1 [mu]m, and flux, up to 1012 ph/s. Thus the proposed microprobe will deliver much of the versatility and ease of use of hard Xray KB microprobes (sample accommodation, minimal sample preparation requirements, wet or in-situ measurements, etc.), plus capabilities for high quality and rapid EXAFS at microbeam spatial resolution. Specific new capabilities proposed here are: 1. Tender-energy XRF imaging of Na to Co, utilizing their K fluorescence lines, Cu to Ho by their L lines, and the Pr to Pu M lines. 2. Microbeam and singleparticle XANES and EXAFS over the energy range for Mg to Co K edges, Ge to Ho L3 edges, and Tb to Pu M5 edges. 3. XAS speciation imaging in several "step-" and "on-the-fly-" scanning modes. 4. Usertunable spatial resolution from microbeam to mm scales. Concentrating on development of the core microfocusing capabilities at X15B will result in a very high and immediate impact on Earth Science microprobe research at NSLS. This proposal will enable collection of publishable tender-energy microbeam data within about 6 months, and strongly complement and enhance existing NSLS microprobe programs. Establishment of this user facility at NSLS X15B will ensure its transfer to the NSLS-II TES beamline and its earliest possible availability for Geoscience research. This is essential for continuity of user science programs across the transition from NSLS to NSLS-II, to ensure their productivity early in the start-up of NSLS-II. Ultimately, the proposed facility will provide unique new microspectroscopic capabilities that currently do not exist elsewhere
Zai sheng yu lun hui : Hua dong shi da she ji xue yuan xue sheng zhuang zhi yi shu zuo pin xuan( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in Chinese and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Stony Brook University will showcase Recycling and Reincarnation: Exhibition of Public Art, Image Communication, and Industrial Design, featuring the work of artists affiliated with East China Normal University (ECNU), Shanghai, People’s Republic of China."
AMAR : archive of Mesopotamian archaeological site reports( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Digitized versions of "archaeological site reports describing archaeological excavations both in Iraq and in the immediately surrounding areas (Turkey, Syria, Iran and the Gulf). This will include both out-of-copyright as well as in-copyright and in-print materials."
Terascale Simulation Tools and Technologies( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We report the development of front tracking method as a simulation tool and technology for the computation on several important SciDAC and SciDAC associated applications. The progress includes the extraction of an independent software library from the front tracking code, conservative front tracking, applications of front tracking to the simulation of fusion pellet injection in a magnetically confined plasma, the study of a fuel injection jet, and the study of fluid chaotic mixing, among other problems
Thermoelectric-Driven Sustainable Sensing and Actuation Systems for Fault-Tolerant Nuclear Incidents( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear incident in March 2011 represented an unprecedented stress test on the safety and backup systems of a nuclear power plant. The lack of reliable information from key compo- nents due station blackout was a serious setback, leaving sensing, actuation, and reporting systems unable to communicate, and safety was compromised. Although there were several independent backup power sources for required safety function on site, ultimately the batteries were drained and the systems stopped working. If, however, key system components were instrumented with self-powered sensing and actuation packages that could report indefinitely on the status of the system, then critical system infor- mation could be obtained while providing core actuation and control during off-normal status for as long as needed. This research project focused on the development of such a self-powered sensing and actuation system. The electrical power is derived from intrinsic heat in the reactor components, which is both reliable and plentiful. The key concept was based around using thermoelectric generators that can be integrated di- rectly onto key nuclear components, including pipes, pump housings, heat exchangers, reactor vessels, and shielding structures, as well as secondary-side components. Thermoelectric generators are solid- state devices capable of converting heat directly into electricity. They are, commercially available tech- nology. They are compact, have no moving parts, are silent, and have excellent reliability. The key com- ponents to the sensor package include a thermoelectric generator (TEG), microcontroller, signal pro- cessing, and a wireless radio package, environmental hardening to survive radiation, flooding, vibration, mechanical shock (explosions), corrosion, and excessive temperature. The energy harvested from the in- trinsic heat of reactor components ca be then made available to power sensors, provide bi-directional communication, recharge batteries for other safety systems, etc. Such an approach is intrinsically fault tolerant: in the event that system temperatures increase, the amount of available energy will increase, which will make more power available for applications. The system can also be used during normal con- ditions to provide enhanced monitoring of key system components
Final report for project "Next-Generation Semiconductors for Solar Photoelectrolysis."( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The lack of suitable visible-light-absorbing semiconductors is one of the primary barriers to realizing the overall programmatic goal of efficient solar fuel production through solar water splitting (2 H2O ₂!2 H2 + O2). In contrast to the hundred or so wide band gap (Eg> 3.0 eV) semiconductors which have been shown to have activity for water oxidation, there are a very limited number of semiconductors whose absorption at lower photon energies is sufficient to enable efficient overall water splitting. In this project, the design and optimization of the visible light harvesting properties of some important families of visible-light-absorbing semiconductors has been carried out, including wurtzite-structured (GaN)1-x(ZnO)x solid solution compounds and perovskite-structured LaTiO2N. Furthermore, novel general methods for determining the absolute absorption coefficients of semiconductors from diffuse reflectance measurements on powder samples have been developed
Interoperable Technologies for Advanced Petascale Simulations( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Our final report on the accomplishments of ITAPS at Stony Brook during period covered by the research award includes component service, interface service and applications. On the component service, we have designed and implemented a robust functionality for the Lagrangian tracking of dynamic interface. We have migrated the hyperbolic, parabolic and elliptic solver from stage-wise second order toward global second order schemes. We have implemented high order coupling between interface propagation and interior PDE solvers. On the interface service, we have constructed the FronTier application programer's interface (API) and its manual page using doxygen. We installed the FronTier functional interface to conform with the ITAPS specifications, especially the iMesh and iMeshP interfaces. On applications, we have implemented deposition and dissolution models with flow and implemented the two-reactant model for a more realistic precipitation at the pore level and its coupling with Darcy level model. We have continued our support to the study of fluid mixing problem for problems in inertial comfinement fusion. We have continued our support to the MHD model and its application to plasma liner implosion in fusion confinement. We have simulated a step in the reprocessing and separation of spent fuels from nuclear power plant fuel rods. We have implemented the fluid-structure interaction for 3D windmill and parachute simulations. We have continued our collaboration with PNNL, BNL, LANL, ORNL, and other SciDAC institutions
Five-year review( Book )

3 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Inhibitors of amyloid formation by islet amyloid polypeptide by Fanling Meng( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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