Brian G. Willis
Brian G. Willis
Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Connecticut
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Improved mechanical properties and hydrophilicity of electrospun nanofiber membranes for filtration applications by dopamine modification
L Huang, JT Arena, SS Manickam, X Jiang, BG Willis, JR McCutcheon
Journal of Membrane Science 460, 241-249, 2014
Atomic layer deposition synthesis of platinum–tungsten carbide core–shell catalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction
IJ Hsu, YC Kimmel, X Jiang, BG Willis, JG Chen
Chemical Communications 48 (7), 1063-1065, 2012
Atomic layer deposition of Pt on tungsten monocarbide (WC) for the oxygen reduction reaction
IJ Hsu, DA Hansgen, BE McCandless, BG Willis, JG Chen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 (9), 3709-3715, 2011
Oxidation mechanism of ionic transport of copper in SiO2 dielectrics
BG Willis, DV Lang
Thin Solid Films 467 (1-2), 284-293, 2004
An evaluation of density functional theory and ab initio predictions for bridge-bonded aluminum compounds
BG Willis, KF Jensen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102 (15), 2613-2623, 1998
Nanoscale devices for rectification of high frequency radiation from the infrared through the visible: a new approach
NM Miskovsky, PH Cutler, A Mayer, BL Weiss, B Willis, TE Sullivan, ...
Journal of Nanotechnology 2012 (1), 512379, 2012
Computational chemistry predictions of reaction processes in organometallic vapor phase epitaxy
H Simka, BG Willis, I Lengyel, KF Jensen
Progress in crystal growth and characterization of materials 35 (2-4), 117-149, 1997
Characterization of ALD copper thin films on palladium seed layers
IJ Hsu, BE McCandless, C Weiland, BG Willis
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 27 (4), 660-667, 2009
Nanometer spaced electrodes using selective area atomic layer deposition
R Gupta, BG Willis
Applied Physics Letters 90 (25), 2007
Importance of particle size and distribution in achieving high-activity, high-stability oxygen reduction catalysts
Y Liu, L Zhang, BG Willis, WE Mustain
ACS Catalysis 5 (3), 1560-1567, 2015
In-situ spectroscopic ellipsometry study of copper selective-area atomic layer deposition on palladium
X Jiang, H Wang, J Qi, BG Willis
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 32 (4), 2014
Dielectrophoretic Assembly of Gold Nanoparticles in Nanoscale Junctions for Rapid, Miniature Chemiresistor Vapor Sensors
K Fu, S Chen, J Zhao, BG Willis
ACS Sensors 1 (4), 444-450, 2016
Chemical vapor deposition of phase-rich WC thin films on silicon and carbon substrates
KA Beadle, R Gupta, A Mathew, JG Chen, BG Willis
Thin Solid Films 516 (12), 3847-3854, 2008
Formation of strontium template on Si (100) by atomic layer deposition
CB Zhang, L Wielunski, BG Willis
Applied Surface Science 257 (11), 4826-4830, 2011
Low-Temperature As-Grown Crystalline β-Ga2O3 Films via Plasma-Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition
S Ilhom, A Mohammad, D Shukla, J Grasso, BG Willis, AK Okyay, N Biyikli
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 13 (7), 8538-8551, 2021
DNA gold nanoparticle nanocomposite films for chemiresistive vapor sensing
K Fu, S Li, X Jiang, Y Wang, BG Willis
Langmuir 29 (46), 14335-14343, 2013
Real-time in situ ellipsometric monitoring of aluminum nitride film growth via hollow-cathode plasma-assisted atomic layer deposition
A Mohammad, D Shukla, S Ilhom, B Willis, B Johs, AK Okyay, N Biyikli
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 37 (2), 2019
Real-time spectroscopic ellipsometric investigation of adsorption and desorption in atomic layer deposition: A case study for the strontium bis (tri-isopropylcyclopentadienyl…
H Wang, X Jiang, BG Willis
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 30 (1), 2012
The Role of Dangling Bonds in H2O-Induced Oxidation of Si(100)-2 1
DB Skliar, BG Willis
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (25), 9434-9442, 2008
Elucidating the role of nitrogen plasma composition in the low-temperature self-limiting growth of indium nitride thin films
S Ilhom, A Mohammad, D Shukla, J Grasso, BG Willis, AK Okyay, N Biyikli
RSC Advances 10 (46), 27357-27368, 2020
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