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Gordon L, Weber JR, Varley JB, Janotti A, Awschalom DD, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Quantum computing with defects. MRS Bulletin. 38:802–807.
Graham N..  2007.  Numerical Simulation of an Electroweak Oscillon. Physical Review D. 76:85017.
Griffin SM, Spaldin NA.  2012.  Ab initio investigation of FeAs/GaAs heterostructures for potential spintronic and superconducting applications. Physical Review B. 85(15):155126.
Griffin SM, Lilienblum M, Delaney KT, Kumagai Y, Fiebig M, Spaldin NA.  2012.  Scaling Behavior and Beyond Equilibrium in the Hexagonal Manganites. Physical Review X. 2(4):41022.
Griffin M., Friedel M., Shea J.E..  2005.  Effects of frustration, confinement, and surface interactions on the dimerization of an off-lattice beta-barrel protein. J. Chem. Phys.. 123:174707.
Guide M, Pla S, Sharenko A, Zalar P, Fernández-Lázaro F, Sastre-Santos A, Nguyen T‐Q.  2013.  A structure-property-performance investigation of perylenediimides as electron accepting materials in organic solar cells.. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 15:18894–18899.
Guittet A, Theillard M, Gibou F.  2015.  A stable projection method for the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations on arbitrary geometries and adaptive Quad/Octrees. Journal of Computational Physics. 292:215–238.
Guo H, Yang X.  2017.  Polynomial preserving recovery for high frequency wave propagation. Journal of Scientific Computing. 71:594–614.
Guo H, Yang X.  2016.  Polynomial Preserving Recovery for High Frequency Wave Propagation. Journal of Scientific Computing. 69(1):1–21.
Hammetter CIan.  2014.  Designing pyramidal lattice structures for energy absorption.
Hammetter CI, Zok FW.  2014.  Compressive response of pyramidal lattices embedded in foams. Journal of Applied Mechanics. 81:011006.
Hammetter C.I, Rinaldi R.G, Zok F.W.  2012.  Pyramidal Lattice Structures for High Strength and Energy Absorption. Journal of Applied Mechanics,. (in press)
Hammond M.R, Cochran E.W, Fredrickson G.H, Kramer E.J.  2005.  Thermal equilibrium defects in laterally confined monolayers of block copolymer cylinders. Polymer Preprints (American Chemical Society, Division of Polymer Chemistry). 46(2):576äóñ577.
Hammond M.R, Cochran E.W, Fredrickson G.H, Kramer E.J.  2005.  Temperature Dependence of Order, Disorder, and Defects in Laterally Con?ned Diblock Copolymer Cylinder Monolayers Macromolecules. 38(15):6575äóñ6585.
Handa S, Lippincott DJ, Aue DH, Lipshutz BH.  2014.  Asymmetric Gold-Catalyzed Lactonizations in Water at Room Temperature. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 53:10658–10662.
Hatt AJ, Spaldin NA, Ederer C.  2010.  Strain-induced isosymmetric phase transition in BiFeO3. Phys. Rev. B. 81:54109.
Hatt AJ, Spaldin NA.  2010.  Structural phases of strained LaAlO3 driven by octahedral tilt instabilities. Phys. Rev. B. 82:195402.
Hauser AJ, Mikheev E, Kajdos AP, Janotti A.  2016.  Small polaron-related recombination in BaxSr1- xTiO3 thin films by cathodoluminescence spectroscopy. Applied Physics Letters. 108:102901.
Himmetoglu B, Janotti A, Peelaers H, Alkauskas A, Van de Walle CG.  2014.  First-principles study of the mobility of SrTiO 3. Physical Review B. 90:241204.
Himmetoglu B.  2016.  Tree based machine learning framework for predicting ground state energies of molecules. Journal of Chemical Physics. 145(13):9.
Himmetoglu B, Janotti A, Bjaalie L, Van de Walle CG.  2014.  Interband and polaronic excitations in YTiO 3 from first principles. Physical Review B. 90:161102.
Himmetoglu B, Janotti A.  2016.  Transport properties of KTaO3 from first-principles. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 28:065502.
Hoang K, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  LiH as a Li+ and H- ion provider. Solid State Ionics. 253:53–56.
Hoang K, Van de Walle CG.  2009.  Hydrogen-related defects and the role of metal additives in the kinetics of complex hydrides: A first-principles study. Phys. Rev. B. 80:214109.
Hoang K., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2012.  Decomposition mechanism and the effects of metal additives on the kinetics of lithium alanate. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.. 14:2840.