Jonathan A. Malen
Jonathan A. Malen
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
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Broadband phonon mean free path contributions to thermal conductivity measured using frequency domain thermoreflectance
KT Regner, DP Sellan, Z Su, CH Amon, AJH McGaughey, JA Malen
Nature communications 4 (1), 1640, 2013
High thermal conductivity in soft elastomers with elongated liquid metal inclusions
MD Bartlett, N Kazem, MJ Powell-Palm, X Huang, W Sun, JA Malen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (9), 2143-2148, 2017
Probing the chemistry of molecular heterojunctions using thermoelectricity
K Baheti, JA Malen, P Doak, P Reddy, SY Jang, TD Tilley, A Majumdar, ...
Nano letters 8 (2), 715-719, 2008
Identifying the length dependence of orbital alignment and contact coupling in molecular heterojunctions
JA Malen, P Doak, K Baheti, TD Tilley, RA Segalman, A Majumdar
Nano letters 9 (3), 1164-1169, 2009
Surface chemistry mediates thermal transport in three-dimensional nanocrystal arrays
WL Ong, SM Rupich, DV Talapin, AJH McGaughey, JA Malen
Nature materials 12 (5), 410-415, 2013
A multifunctional shape-morphing elastomer with liquid metal inclusions
MJ Ford, CP Ambulo, TA Kent, EJ Markvicka, C Pan, J Malen, TH Ware, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (43), 21438-21444, 2019
Fundamentals of energy transport, energy conversion, and thermal properties in organic–inorganic heterojunctions
JA Malen, SK Yee, A Majumdar, RA Segalman
Chemical Physics Letters 491 (4-6), 109-122, 2010
Thermal conductivity of metal powders for powder bed additive manufacturing
LC Wei, LE Ehrlich, MJ Powell-Palm, C Montgomery, J Beuth, JA Malen
Additive Manufacturing 21, 201-208, 2018
Thermoelectricity in fullerene–metal heterojunctions
SK Yee, JA Malen, A Majumdar, RA Segalman
Nano letters 11 (10), 4089-4094, 2011
Universal phonon mean free path spectra in crystalline semiconductors at high temperature
JP Freedman, JH Leach, EA Preble, Z Sitar, RF Davis, JA Malen
Scientific reports 3 (1), 2963, 2013
Optical measurement of thermal conductivity using fiber aligned frequency domain thermoreflectance
JA Malen, K Baheti, T Tong, Y Zhao, JA Hudgings, A Majumdar
Thermally conductive ultra-low-k dielectric layers based on two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks
AM Evans, A Giri, VK Sangwan, S Xun, M Bartnof, CG Torres-Castanedo, ...
Nature materials 20 (8), 1142-1148, 2021
Microsecond-sustained lasing from colloidal quantum dot solids
MM Adachi, F Fan, DP Sellan, S Hoogland, O Voznyy, AJ Houtepen, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8694, 2015
The nature of transport variations in molecular heterojunction electronics
JA Malen, P Doak, K Baheti, TD Tilley, A Majumdar, RA Segalman
Nano letters 9 (10), 3406-3412, 2009
Vibrational mismatch of metal leads controls thermal conductance of self-assembled monolayer junctions
S Majumdar, JA Sierra-Suarez, SN Schiffres, WL Ong, CF Higgs III, ...
Nano letters 15 (5), 2985-2991, 2015
Orientational order controls crystalline and amorphous thermal transport in superatomic crystals
WL Ong, ES O’Brien, PSM Dougherty, DW Paley, C Fred Higgs III, ...
Nature materials 16 (1), 83-88, 2017
Gas diffusion, energy transport, and thermal accommodation in single‐walled carbon nanotube aerogels
SN Schiffres, KH Kim, L Hu, AJH McGaughey, MF Islam, JA Malen
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (24), 5251-5258, 2012
Phonon speed, not scattering, differentiates thermal transport in lead halide perovskites
GA Elbaz, WL Ong, EA Doud, P Kim, DW Paley, X Roy, JA Malen
Nano letters 17 (9), 5734-5739, 2017
Instrumentation of broadband frequency domain thermoreflectance for measuring thermal conductivity accumulation functions
KT Regner, S Majumdar, JA Malen
Review of Scientific Instruments 84 (6), 2013
Observation of reduced thermal conductivity in a metal-organic framework due to the presence of adsorbates
H Babaei, ME DeCoster, M Jeong, ZM Hassan, T Islamoglu, H Baumgart, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 4010, 2020
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