Faculty Profiles

Stefano Curtarolo
Professor in the Department of Chemistry
Office: 
144 Hudson Hall, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 660-5310

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2003

M.S., Pennsylvania State University 1999

M.S., University of Padua (Italy) 1995

Morgan, D, Ceder, G, and Curtarolo, S. "Data mining approach to ab-initio prediction of crystal structure." Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings 804 (2003): 343-348.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Physical Review Letters 88.25 I (June 24, 2002): 2555041-2555044.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Phys Rev Lett 88.25 Pt 1 (June 24, 2002): 255504-. Full Text

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Physical Review Letters 88.25 I (2002): 2555041-2555044.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics and thermodynamics of a system with multiple length scales." Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings 731 (2002): 9-14.

Ancilotto, F, Curtarolo, S, Toigo, F, and Cole, MW. "Evidence concerning drying behavior of Ne near a Cs surface." Phys Rev Lett 87.20 (November 12, 2001): 206103-. Full Text

Capobianco, AD, Midrio, M, Someda, CG, and Curtarolo, S. "Lossless tapers, Gaussian beams, free-space modes: Standing waves versus through-flowing waves." OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS 32.10 (October 2000): 1161-1173. Full Text

Curtarolo, S, Stan, G, Bojan, MJ, Cole, MW, and Steele, WA. "Threshold criterion for wetting at the triple point." Phys Rev E Stat Phys Plasmas Fluids Relat Interdiscip Topics 61.2 (February 2000): 1670-1675.

Capobianco, A-D, Midrio, M, Someda, CG, and Curtarolo, S. "Lossless tapers, Gaussian beams, free-space modes: standing waves versus through-flowing waves." Optical and Quantum Electronics 32.10 (2000): 1161-1173. Full Text

Stan, G, Bojan, MJ, Curtarolo, S, Gatica, SM, and Cole, MW. "Uptake of gases in bundles of carbon nanotubes." Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 62.3 (2000): 2173-2180.

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