2020 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
John C. Mauro mostly deals with Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Fragility, Statistical physics and Relaxation. John C. Mauro combines subjects such as Glass forming and Molecular dynamics with his study of Thermodynamics. He interconnects Melting temperature, Crystallization and Imidazolate in the investigation of issues within Glass forming.
His Glass transition study combines topics in areas such as Thermal, Residual entropy, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Viscosity and Topology. His Fragility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Indentation hardness, Temperature dependence of liquid viscosity and Alkali metal. In general Statistical physics, his work in Statistical mechanics is often linked to Quantitative design linking many areas of study.
His primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Composite material, Glass transition, Mineralogy and Molecular dynamics. His Thermodynamics study focuses mostly on Enthalpy, Relaxation, Thermal, Statistical mechanics and Supercooling. In his research, Alkali metal is intimately related to Oxide, which falls under the overarching field of Composite material.
His Glass transition research focuses on Fragility and how it connects with Glass forming. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ion and Analytical chemistry in addition to Mineralogy. Many of his research projects under Topology are closely connected to Constraint theory with Constraint theory, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Composite material, Molecular dynamics and Statistical mechanics are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies on Thermodynamics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Oxide. The Glass transition study combines topics in areas such as Thermal, Work, Viscosity, Analytical chemistry and Topology.
John C. Mauro interconnects Chemical physics, Silicate and Borosilicate glass in the investigation of issues within Molecular dynamics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Statistical mechanics, Silicate glass is strongly linked to Alkali metal. His studies link Glass forming with Fragility.
John C. Mauro mainly focuses on Molecular dynamics, Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Composite material and Topology. The concepts of his Molecular dynamics study are interwoven with issues in Chemical physics, Silicate, Stress and Borosilicate glass. He frequently studies issues relating to Lithium metasilicate and Thermodynamics.
His research integrates issues of Residual stress, Thermal and Shear in his study of Glass transition. His Composite material research includes elements of Humidity and Gorilla Glass. His Topology research incorporates elements of Alkali metal and Constraint.
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Viscosity of glass-forming liquids.
John C. Mauro;Yuanzheng Yue;Adam J. Ellison;Prabhat K. Gupta.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Resonant waveguide grating biosensor for living cell sensing.
Ye Fang;Ann M. Ferrie;Norman H. Fontaine;John Mauro.
Biophysical Journal (2006)
Towards Ultrastrong Glasses
Lothar Wondraczek;John C. Mauro;Jürgen Eckert;Uta Kühn.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Composition dependence of glass transition temperature and fragility. I. A topological model incorporating temperature-dependent constraints.
Prabhat K. Gupta;John C. Mauro.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2009)
Topological principles of borosilicate glass chemistry.
Morten M. Smedskjaer;John C. Mauro;Randall E. Youngman;Carrie L. Hogue.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2011)
The glassy state of matter: Its definition and ultimate fate
Edgar D. Zanotto;John C. Mauro.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (2017)
Prediction of Glass Hardness Using Temperature-Dependent Constraint Theory
Morten Mattrup Smedskjær;John C. Mauro;Yuanzheng Yue.
Physical Review Letters (2010)
Composition dependence of glass transition temperature and fragility. II. A topological model of alkali borate liquids.
John C. Mauro;Prabhat K. Gupta;Roger J. Loucks.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2009)
Topological constraint theory of glass
Accelerating the Design of Functional Glasses through Modeling
John C. Mauro;Adama Tandia;K. Deenamma Vargheese;Yihong Z. Mauro.
Chemistry of Materials (2016)
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