[15] Wrapping liquids, solids, and gases in thin sheets. J. D. Paulsen, Invited submission to Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics vol. 10, arXiv 1804.07425 (2018).  pdf  link

[14] Geometric stiffening and softening of an indented floating thin film. M. M. Ripp, V. Démery, T. Zhang, and J. D. Paulsen, arXiv 1804.02421 (2018).  pdf  link

[13] Hyperuniformity with no fine tuning in sheared sedimenting suspensions. J. Wang, J. M. Schwarz, and J. D. Paulsen, arXiv 1711.06731 (2017).  pdf  link

[12] Wrapping with a splash: High-speed encapsulation with ultrathin sheets. D. Kumar, J. D. Paulsen, T. P. Russell, and N. Menon, Science 359, 775 (2018).  pdf  link  bibtex
Perspective: “Capsules made from prefabricated thin films”

[11] A model for approximately stretched-exponential relaxation with continuously varying stretching exponents. J. D. Paulsen and S. R. Nagel, Journal of Statistical Physics 167, 749 (2017).  pdf  link  bibtex

[10] Geometry-driven folding of a floating annular sheet. J. D. Paulsen, V. Démery, K. B. Toga, Z. Qiu, T. Russell, B. Davidovitch, and N. Menon, Physical Review Letters 118, 048004 (2017).  pdf  link  bibtex

[9] Curvature-induced stiffness and the spatial variation of wavelength in wrinkled sheets. J. D. Paulsen, E. Hohlfeld, H. King, J. Huang, Z. Qiu, T. P. Russell, N. Menon, D. Vella, and B. Davidovitch. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 113, 1144 (2016).  pdf  link  bibtex
Highlighted in UMass Amherst Press Release, picked up by news sites

[8] Optimal wrapping of liquid droplets with ultrathin sheets. J. D. Paulsen, V. Démery, C. D. Santangelo, T. P. Russell, B. Davidovitch, and N. Menon, Nature Materials 14, 1206 (2015).  pdf  link  bibtex
Cover photo (December 2015 issue)  link
Highlighted in UMass Amherst Press Release, picked up by numerous news sites
News articles in Gizmodonanotechweb.orgAIMResearchprophysik.de, and in Syracuse University’s “Headlines from the Hill”.
Blogged in FYFD

[7] Multiple transient memories in experiments on sheared non-Brownian suspensions. J. D. Paulsen, N. C. Keim, and S. R. Nagel, Physical Review Letters 113, 068301 (2014).  pdf  link  bibtex
Recommended in Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics  pdf  link
PRL Editors’ Suggestion

[6] Coalescence of bubbles and drops in an outer fluid. J. D. Paulsen, R. Carmigniani, A. Kannan, J. C. Burton, and S. R. Nagel, Nature Communications 5:3182, doi: 10.1038/ncomms4182 (2014).  pdf  link  bibtex 

[5] Approach and coalescence of liquid drops in air. J. D. Paulsen, Physical Review E 88, 063010 (2013).  pdf  link  bibtex 

[4] Multiple transient memories in sheared suspensions: Robustness, structure, and routes to plasticity. N. C. Keim, J. D. Paulsen, and S. R. Nagel, Physical Review E 88, 032306 (2013).  pdf  link  bibtex 

[3] The inexorable resistance of inertia determines the initial regime of drop coalescence. J. D. Paulsen, J. C. Burton, S. R. Nagel, S. Appathurai, M. T. Harris, and O. A. Basaran, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 109, 6857 (2012).  pdf  link  bibtex 

[2] Viscous to inertial crossover in liquid drop coalescence. J. D. Paulsen, J. C. Burton, and S. R. Nagel, Physical Review Letters 106, 114501 (2011).  pdf  link  bibtex
PRL Editors’ Suggestion

[1] Energy-dependent Ps-He momentum-transfer cross section at low energies. J. J. Engbrecht, M. J. Erickson, C. P. Johnson, A. J. Kolan, A. E. Legard, S. P. Lund, M. J. Nyflot, and J. D. Paulsen, Physical Review A 77, 012711 (2008).  pdf  link  bibtex 

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