Collecting and reading books, sports, photography,
exploring Upper Michigan's wilderness and
toying around with computers --
designing and writing software/code to meet various
etc. -- keep me busy during free-er times.
Pretending to make the internet a better place, I
ramble [not so] frequently about these and other topics --
sometimes I tweet, facebook and instagram too.
And for the record, I adore and idolize
my teachers, and several scientists.
As much of what I do [or don't do] appears to make little or
no sense, it is quite possible that I might be perceived as
a very boring, obsessive and socially unacceptable entity,
at times arrogant and insensitive as well. But, if you still
decide to hang out, shoot me a message
or stalk one or more of my alternate identities --
-- and I will make it worth your time.
# 01: 2013_OJGWHZ
Predicting Mechanical Response of Crosslinked Epoxy using ReaxFF
G. M. Odegard, B. D. Jensen, S. Gowtham, J. Y. Wu, J. Y. He, Z. L. Zhang
Chemical Physics Letters, 2013 (Manuscript accepted for publication)
# 02: 2013_CGS
Dynamical Instability and Fermi Surface Topology in Ni2FeGa from First Principles
S. Chabungbam, S. Gowtham, M. B. Sahariah
Physical Review B, 2013 (Manuscript accepted for publication)
# 03: 2013_ZMGPK
Applicability of CNTs and BNNTs as Biosensors: Effect of Biomolecular Adsorption on the Transport Properties of Carbon and Boron Nitride Nanotubes
X. Zhong, S. Mukhopadhyay, S. Gowtham, R. Pandey, S. P. Karna
Fabrication of High Performance Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites for Biosensors and Flexible Electronics: Summary of the Multiple Roles of DNA Dispersed and Functionalized Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
On the Binding Strength Sequence for Nucleic Acid Bases and C60 with Density Functional and Dispersion-Corrected Density Functional Theories: Whether C60 Could Protect Nucleic Acid Bases from Radiation-Induced Damage