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Applications of continuum mechanics in tectonics lecture materials

Rishav Mallick
Lecture and course materials: weeks 1- 7. Each folder contains a collection of notes, MATLAB scripts and functions that were used to teach continuum mechanics and tectonics.

Related Data for: Socioeconomic status, home mathematics environment and math achievement in kindergarten: A mediation analysis

Jose David Munez Mendez, Rebecca Bull & Kerry Lee
Growing evidence suggests that parents’ practices contribute to their children's cognitive development and that such practices may reflect SES disparities. This study investigated longitudinal interrelations between home mathematics environment (HME), children's math achievement, and two facets of SES (mother's educational attainment and household income—subsidy status) during the first year in kindergarten (n = 500 children; Mage at T1 = 57.3 months, SD = 3.8). Results revealed that these facets of SES operated through different mechanisms...

Focality Oriented Selection of Current Dose for Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

R. Kashyap, S. Bhattacharjee, R. Arumugam, R. Bharath, K. Uduppa, O. Kenichi, E. Desmond J., A. SH Chen & G. Cuntai
The toolbox provides average tDCS simulated current density at the target ROI on an MNI space

Related Data for: The Artground ecology: Engaging children in arts and play experiences

Chee Hoo Lum & Pui Cheng Jennifer Wong
This book presents qualitative research narratives on children's engagement and learning in play and arts experiences. Using The Artground Singapore - a registered arts charity that offers interactive visual art spaces for children - as a site of study, the book also offers reflective and practical insights into the professional development and incubation of arts practitioners dedicated to the creation and implementation of works for young audiences.

Related Data for: Contingency theory of adaptive practices through the lens of eye trackers

Tang Wee Teo & Tan Seng Chee
In this paper, we report on a study of adaptive practices, as revealed by a teacher’s eye gazes, in response to the contingencies that arose during a lesson. According to Mannikko Husu (2009), there are four categories of adaptive practices, namely, adaptive recognitions, adaptive anticipations, adaptive deliberations, and adaptive insights. In this study, eye tracking technologies are positioned as a mediator between the contingencies that arise in the classroom and the adaptive practices undertaken by...

Replication Data for: fNIRS-QC: crowd-sourced creation of a dataset and machine learning model for fNIRS quality control

Giulio Gabrieli, Andrea Bizzego & Gianuca Esposito
Replication Data for: fNIRS-QC: crowd-sourced creation of a dataset and machine learning model for fNIRS quality control

Replication Data for: All-Dielectric Active Terahertz Photonics Driven by Bound States in the Continuum

Song Han, Longqing Cong, Yogesh Kumar Srivastava, Bo Qiang, Mikhail V Rybin, Abhishek Kumar, Ravikumar Jain, Wen Xiang Lim, Venu Gopal Achanta, Shriganesh S Prabhu, Qijie Wang, Yuri S Kivshar & Ranjan Singh
The remarkable emergence of all-dielectric meta-photonics governed by the physics of high-index dielectric materials offers a low-loss platform for efficient manipulation and subwavelength control of electromagnetic waves from microwaves to visible frequencies. Dielectric metasurfaces can focus electromagnetic waves, generate structured beams and vortices, enhance local fields for advanced sensing, and provide novel functionalities for classical and quantum technologies. Recent advances in meta-photonics are associated with the exploration of exotic electromagnetic modes called the bound states...

Replication Data for: Deeply Sub-Wavelength Non-Contact Optical Metrology of Sub-Wavelength Objects

Carolina Rendón-Barraza, Eng Aik Chan, Guanghui Yuan, Giorgio Adamo, Tanchao Pu & Nikolay I. Zheludev
This dataset contains the experimental data for the paper: Deeply Sub-Wavelength Non-Contact Optical Metrology of Sub-Wavelength Objects.

Image reconstruction through a multimode fiber with a simple neural network architecture

Eng Aik Chan, Changyan Zhu, You Wang, Weina Peng, Ruixiang Guo, Baile Zhang, Cesare Soci & Yidong Chong
This package contains the experimental dataset for Zhu et. al, Scientific Reports 11, 896 (2021) "Image reconstruction through a multimode fiber with a simple neural network architecture".

Related Data for: Acquiring expertise in precision sport – What can we learn from an elite snooker player?

Pui Wah Kong, Jing Wen Pan, Danny P. K. Chu, Pak Ming Cheung & Patrick Wing Chung Lau
Snooker can be an attractive life-long physical activity, given its popularity across all age groups in Asia and Europe. However, scientific research on the cueing movement is limited. This case study presented the biomechanical profiles of the cueing movement in an elite male snooker player (age 37 years old, height 173 cm, body mass 70 kg). Kinematics of the upper limb and cue stick, were examined in five selected snooker tasks (warm-up, stun, top spin,...

Replication Data for: Phase Change Material-based Low-loss Visible Frequency Hyperbolic Metamaterials for Ultra-sensitive Label-free Biosensing

Kandammathe Valiyaveedu Sreekanth, Qingling Ouyang, Sivaramapanicker Sreejith, Shuwen Zeng, Wu Lishu, Efe Ilker, Weiling Dong, Mohamed ElKabbash, Yu Ting, Chwee Teck Lim, Michael Hinczewski, Giuseppe Strangi, Ken-Tye Yong, Robert E. Simpson & Ranjan Singh
Hyperbolic metamaterials (HMMs) have emerged as a burgeoning field of research over the past few years as their dispersion can be easily engineered in different spectral regions using various material combinations. Even though HMMs have comparatively low optical loss due to a single resonance, the noble-metal-based HMMs are limited by their strong energy dissipation in metallic layers at visible frequencies. Here, the fabrication of noble-metal-free reconfigurable HMMs for visible photonic applications is experimentally demonstrated. The...

Working adults’ intentions to participate in microlearning: Assessing for measurement invariance and structural invariance

Shermain Puah, Muhammad Iskandar Shah Bin Mohmad Khalid, Chee Kit Looi & Ean Teng Khor
Data set and R code script for the manuscript titled "Working adults’ intentions to participate in microlearning: Assessing for measurement invariance and structural invariance"

DOC NTU Climatology Trends

Nivedita Sanwlani
Source Codes, satellite-derived output files, output stats, and associated time-series data in excel and .txt for MODIS-derived DOC Climatology and Trends analysis from 2002-2021.

Replication Data for: The Bright Side and Dark Side of Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Perovskites

Wladek Walukiewicz, Shu Wang, Xinchun Wu, Rundong Li, Matthew P. Sherburne, Bo Wu, Tze Chien Sum, Joel W. Ager & Mark D. Asta
The previously developed bistable amphoteric native defect (BAND) model is used for a comprehensive explanation of the unique photophysical properties and for understanding the remarkable performance of perovskites as photovoltaic materials. It is shown that the amphoteric defects in the donor (acceptor) configuration capture a fraction of photoexcited electrons (holes) dividing them into two groups: higher-energy bright and lower-energy dark electrons (holes). The spatial separation of the dark electrons and dark holes and the k-space...

Replication Data for: Origins of the Long-Range Exciton Diffusion in Perovskite Nanocrystal Films: Photon Recycling vs Exciton Hopping

David Giovanni, Marcello Righetto, Qiannan Zhang, Jia Wei Melvin Lim, Sankaran Ramesh & Tze Chien Sum
The outstanding optoelectronic performance of lead halide perovskites lies in their exceptional carrier diffusion properties. As the perovskite material dimensionality is reduced to exploit the quantum confinement effects, the disruption to the perovskite lattice, often with insulating organic ligands, raises new questions on the charge diffusion properties. Herein, we report direct imaging of >1 μm exciton diffusion lengths in CH3NH3PbBr3 perovskite nanocrystal (PNC) films. Surprisingly, the resulting exciton mobilities in these PNC films can reach...

Code for inverse method

Rishav Mallick
Code to reproduce inverse modelling results in the paper. There are 2 folders 1 - Compute velocities - Scripts in this folder are used to compute coral site velocities and test different hypotheses about how to best describe the timeseries 2 - Inverse models - nonlinear inverse models using an MCMC sampler to obtain the posterior distribution of locked, steadily creeping and/or SSE regions on the Sunda megathrust (this requires the unicycle library - https://github.com/jdpmoore/unicycle)

Replication Data for: Holographic Image Sensing

Martianus Frederic Ezerman
Simulation results for various parameters, and analysis results, including some recovered images, presented in the manuscript "Holographic Image Sensing'' The software is available publicly at: https://github.com/adamasstokhorst/holographic

Replication Data for: Unraveling the presence of multiple plagioclase populations and identification of representative two-dimensional sections using a statistical and numerical approach

Lilu Cheng
This data set includes data, scripts, and other contents related to the paper "Unraveling the presence of multiple plagioclase populations and identification of representative two-dimensional sections using a statistical and numerical approach"

Related Data for Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks as capacitive deionization electrodes for water desalination and Cr(VI) adsorption: A molecular simulation study

Terence Hong Zhi Xiang, Madhavi Dahanayaka, Bo Liu, Adrian Wing-Keung Law & Kun Zhou
In this study, molecular dynamics simulation is used to investigate the effect of metal atom in Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIFs) on capacitive deionization (CDI) desalination using the same organic linker but with four different metal atoms as the surface of the electrodes in CDI desalination to simultaneously remove both salty and Cr(VI) ions in the starting period. The CDI performance is tested in terms of water flux and ion rejection, and the effect of ZIF...

Replication Data for: Borane-Catalyzed Cross-Metathesis Strategy for Facile Transformation of Cyclic (Alkyl)(Amino)Germylenes

Rei Kinjo
This dataset contains publication and experimental data for the paper "Borane-Catalyzed Cross-Metathesis Strategy for Facile Transformation of Cyclic (Alkyl)(Amino)Germylenes"

Lancing Drug Reservoirs into Subcutaneous Fat to Combat Obesity and Associated Metabolic Diseases

Aung Than
Lancing Drug Reservoirs into Subcutaneous Fat to Combat Obesity and Associated Metabolic Diseases; Small 2020, 16, 2002872

Systematic Bandgap Engineering of Graphene Quantum Dots and Applications for Photocatalytic Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction

Systematic Bandgap Engineering of Graphene Quantum Dots and Applications for Photocatalytic Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction

Replication Data for: Hypergraph based persistent cohomology (HPC) for molecular representations in drug design

Kelin Xia
Artificial intelligence (AI) based drug design has demonstrated great potential to fundamentally change the pharmaceutical industries. Currently, a key issue in AI-based drug design is efficient transferable molecular descriptors or fingerprints. Here, we present hypergraph-based molecular topological representation, hypergraph-based (weighted) persistent cohomology (HPC/HWPC) and HPC/HWPC-based molecular fingerprints for machine learning models in drug design. Molecular structures and their atomic interactions are highly complicated and pose great challenges for efficient mathematical representations. We develop the first...

Risk Perception of Covid-19 in Jakarta

Sulfikar Amir
This dataset contains the results of large-scale surveys on risk perception of Covid-19 in Jakarta, Indonesia conducted in June 2020.

SESAME Picture Cards

Suzy J Styles, Fei Ting Woon, Nur Sakinah Mohd Salleh, Shaza Binte Amran & Eshwaaree C Yogarrajah
Picture Cards for eliciting speech in different languages. The pictures were designed to elicit the syllables /pi/ /pa/ and /pu/ in the word onset position in the official languages of Singapore: English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. The picture cards were first piloted in 2019, and rolled out for elicitation tasks as part of the Talk Together Study in 2020.

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