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  • Floquet Chern insulators of light 

    He, Li; Addison, Zachariah; Jin, Jicheng; Mele, Eugene J.; Johnson, Steven G; e.a. (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-09)
    Achieving topologically-protected robust transport in optical systems has recently been of great interest. Most studied topological photonic structures can be understood by solving the eigenvalue problem of Maxwell’s ...
  • Balance control using center of mass height variation: Limitations imposed by unilateral contact 

    Koolen, Twan; Posa, Michael; Tedrake, Russell L (IEEE, 2016-11)
    Maintaining balance is fundamental to legged robots. The most commonly used mechanisms for balance control are taking a step, regulating the center of pressure ('ankle strategies'), and to a lesser extent, changing centroidal ...
  • Socio‐Hydrology of Channel Flows in Complex River Basins: Rivers, Canals, and Distributaries in Punjab, Pakistan 

    Wescoat, James L.; Siddiqi, Afreen; Muhammad, Abubakr (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2018-01)
    This paper presents a socio-hydrologic analysis of channel flows in Punjab province of the Indus River basin in Pakistan. The Indus has undergone profound transformations, from large-scale canal irrigation in the mid-nineteenth ...

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