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Q-carbon (quenched carbon) is an allotrope of carbon, discovered in 2015, that is ferromagnetic, electrically conductive, and glows when exposed to low levels of energy. It is relatively inexpensive to make, and some news reports claim that it has replaced diamond as the world’s hardest substance.

A: Discovery of Q-carbon and Direct Conversion of Carbon into Q-carbon and Diamond

B: Discovery of Q-BN and Direct Conversion of h-BN into Q-BN and c-BN

These discoveries are unprecedented in the field of materials science and engineering (Published over 35 high-impact papers, received 10 US Patents, 10 International Patents, 2017 R&D-100 Award for Q-carbon and diamond structures, and 2018 R&D-100 Award for super hardness and record BCS superconductivity:

  • B-doped Q-carbon has a new record for BCS high-temperature superconductivity with Tc over 55K and going higher, and carries record critical current density in the presence of magnetic field (superconducting qubits and Majorana Fermion based devices):
  1. Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. High-Temperature Superconductivity in Boron-Doped Q-Carbon. ACS Nano 2017, 11, 5351–5357.
  2. Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Gupta, S.; Narayan, J. Discovery of High-Temperature Superconductivity ( T c = 55 K) in B-Doped Q-Carbon. ACS Nano 2017, 11, 11915–11922.
  3. Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. A Novel High-Temperature Carbon-Based Superconductor: B-Doped Q-Carbon. Appl. Phys. 2017, 122, 45301.
  4. Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. Magnetic Relaxation and Three-Dimensional Critical Fluctuations in B-Doped Q-Carbon – a High-Temperature Superconductor. Nanoscale 2018, 10, 12665–12673.
  5. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R. High-Temperature Superconductivity in Distinct Phases of Amorphous B-Doped Q-Carbon. Appl. Phys. 2018, 123, 135304.
  6. Narayan, J.; Sachan, R.; Bhaumik, A. Search for near Room-Temperature Superconductivity in B-Doped Q-Carbon. Res. Lett. 2019, 7, 164–172.
  7. Sachan, R.; Hatchtel, J.; Bhaumik, A.; Moatti, A.; Prater, J.; Idrobo, J.; and Narayan, J. Emergence of shallow energy levels in B-doped Q-carbon: A high-temperature superconductor. Acta Materialia 2019, 174, 153-159.
  8. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J., Structure-property correlations in phase-pure B-doped Q-carbon high-temperature superconductor with record Tc = 55K. Nanoscale, 2019, DOI: 10.1039/C9NR00562E
  • Pure (undoped) Q-carbon is ferromagnetic with robust RTFM and extraordinary Hall Effect (biocompatible magnetic devices and sensors):
  1. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Novel Phase of Carbon, Ferromagnetism, and Conversion into Diamond. Appl. Phys. 2015, 118, 215303.
  2. Bhaumik, A.; Nori, S.; Sachan, R.; Gupta, S.; Kumar, D.; Majumdar, A. K.; Narayan, J. Room-Temp Ferromagnetism and Extraordinary Hall Effect in Nanostructured Q-Carbon: Implications for Potential Spintronic Devices. ACS Appl. Nano Mater. 2018, 1, 807–819.
  • Q-carbon is harder (tougher and more adherent) than diamond (cutting tools and coatings):
  1. Narayan, J.; Gupta, S.; Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Cellini, F.; Riedo, E. Q-Carbon Harder than Diamond. MRS Commun. 8, 428 (2018).
  2. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Q-Carbon Discovery and Formation of Single-Crystal Diamond Nano- and Microneedles and Thin Films. Res. Lett. 2016, 4, 118–126.
  3. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Research update: Direct conversion of amorphous carbon into diamond at ambient pressures and temperatures in air. APL Mater. 2015, 3, 100702.
  4. Gupta, S.; Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. Structural Evolution of Q-Carbon and Nanodiamonds. JOM 2018, 70, 1–6.
  5. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Synthesis and Characterization of Quenched and Crystalline Phases: Q-Carbon, Q-BN, Diamond and Phase-Pure c-BN. JOM 2018, 70, 456–463.
  6. Gupta, S.; Sachan, R.; Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Undercooling driven growth of Q-carbon, diamond and Graphite. MRS Communications 2018, 8 (2), 533-540.
  7. Gupta, S.; Sachan, R.; Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Enhanced mechanical properties of Q-carbon nanocomposites by nanosecond pulsed laser annealing. Nanotechnology 2018,29 (45), 45LT02.
  • Q-carbon exhibits record field emission due to negative electron affinity (field emission displays and contactless electric motors):
  1. Haque, A.; Narayan, J. Electron Field Emission from Q-Carbon.  Relat. Mater.201886, 71–78.
  2. Haque, A.; Narayan, J. Stability of Electron Field Emission in Q-Carbon. MRS Commun.20188 (3), 1343–1351.
  • Q-carbon is electrochromic (smart windows):
  1. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Electrochromic Effect in Q-Carbon. Phys. Lett. 2018, 112, 223104.
  • N-type and p-type doping with dopant concentrations far higher than Thermodynamic solubility limits (diamond integrated circuits and high-power devices):
  1. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A.; Gupta, S.; Haque, A.; Sachan, R. Progress in Q-Carbon and Related Materials with Extraordinary Properties. Res. Lett. 2018, 6, 353–364.
  • Formation of NV and SiV nanodiamonds and thin films (RT quantum technologies, including quantum computing, quantum sensing and quantum communication):
  1. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Novel Synthesis and Properties of Pure and NV-Doped Nanodiamonds and Other Nanostructures. Res. Lett. 2017, 5(4) 242-250..
  2. Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. Tunable Charge States of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond for Ultrafast Quantum Devices. Carbon N. Y. 2019, 142, 662–672.
  • Direct conversion of carbon fibers and nanotubes into diamond fibers (Field emission displays and contactless and frictionless motors):
  1. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A.; Sachan, R.; Haque, A.; Gupta, S.; Pant, P. Direct Conversion of Carbon Nanofibers and Nanotubes into Diamond Nanofibers and the Subsequent Growth of Large-Sized Diamonds. Nanoscale 2019, 11, 2238–2248
  2. Haque, A.; Sachan, R.; Narayan, J. Synthesis of diamond nanostructures from carbon nanotube and formation of diamond-CNT hybrid structures,” Carbon 2019, 150, 388-395.
  3. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Direct conversion of carbon nanofibers into diamond nanofibers using nanosecond pulsed laser annealing. J. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2019, DOI: 10.1039/c9cp00063a
  • Macrodiamonds for jewelry and diamond needles (field emission and drug delivery):
  1. Sachan, R.; Bhaumik, A.; Pant, P.; Prater, J.; Narayan, J. Diamond Film Growth by HFCVD on Q-Carbon Seeded Substrate. Carbon2019141, 182–189.
  2. Haque, A.; Pant, P.; Narayan, J. Large-Area Diamond Thin Film on Q-Carbon Coated Crystalline Sapphire by HFCVD.  Cryst. Growth2018504, 17–25.
  • Parallel results from h-BN conversion into Q-BN and c-BN, and c-BN and diamond composites:
  1. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Research update: Direct conversion of h-BN into pure c-BN at ambient temperatures and pressures in air. APL Mater. 2016, 4, 020701.
  2. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Discovery of Q-BN and Direct Conversion of h-BN into c-BN and Formation of Epitaxial c-BN/Diamond Heterostructures. MRS Adv. 2016, 1, 2573–2584.
  3. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A.; Xu, W. Direct Conversion of H-BN into c-BN and Formation of Epitaxial c-BN/diamond Heterostructures. Appl. Phys. 2016, 119, 185302.
  4. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A. Fundamental Discovery of Q-Phases and Direct Conversion of Carbon into Diamond and H-BN into c-BN. In; Springer, Cham, 2017; pp. 219–228.
  5. Narayan, J.; Bhaumik, A., Narayan, R. Discovery of Q-phases and Direct Conversion of Carbon into Diamond and h-BN into c-BN, Advanced materials & processess, 2016, 174, pp. 24.
  6. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Formation and Characterization of Nano- and Microstructures of Twinned Cubic Boron Nitride. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2019, 21, 1700–1710..
  • Nonequilibrium pulsed laser Processing of graphene-based heterostructures for novel solid-state devices:

1. Gupta, S.; Narayan, J. Reduced Graphene Oxide/Amorphous Carbon P-N Junctions: Nanosecond Laser Patterning. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2019, DOI: 10.1021/acsami.9b05374.

2. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Reduced Graphene Oxide-Nanostructured Silicon Photosensors With High Photoresponsivity at Room Temperature. ACS Applied Nano Materials 2019.

3. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Conversion of p to n-type reduced graphene oxide by laser annealing at room temperature and pressure. J. Appl. Phys. 2017, 121 (12), 125303.

4. Bhaumik, A.; Narayan, J. Wafer-scale integration of reduced graphene oxide by novel laser processing at room temperature in air. J. Appl. Phys. 2016, 120 (10), 105304.

  1. Room-Temperature Ferromagnetism and Extraordinary Hall Effect in Nanostructured Q‑Carbon: Implications for Potential Spintronic Devices, Bhaumik, A., Sachan, R., Gupta, S. & Narayan, J., ACS NANO Applied Materials DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.7b00253
  2. Discovery of High-Temperature Superconductivity (Tc = 55 K) in B-Doped Q-Carbon, Bhaumik, A., Sachan, R., Gupta, S. & Narayan, J. ACS Nano 11, 11915–11922 (2017).
  3. Multifunctional epitaxial systems on silicon substrates By: Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Prater, John Thomas; Narayan, Jagdish APPLIED PHYSICS REVIEWS Volume: 3   Issue: 3     Article Number: 031301   Published: SEP 2016 (One of the Most Cited Papers: Impact factor 15)
  4. High-Temperature Superconductivity in B-doped Q-carbon: Bhaumik, R. Sachan, and J. Narayan, ACS NANO 11, 5351 (2017), DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b01294 (2017).
  5. A Novel High-Temperature Carbon-based Superconductor: B-doped Q-carbon: A. Bhaumik, R. Sachan, and J. Narayan, J. Appl Phys (2017, In Press).
  6. Wafer scale integration of reduced graphene oxide by novel laser processing at room temperature in air By: Bhaumik, Anagh; Narayan, Jagdish JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Volume: 120   Issue: 10     Article Number: 105304   Published: SEP 14 2016
  7. Dependence of grain size and defect density on the magnetic properties of mechanically alloyed Fe90W10 powder By: Yamoah, N. K.; Koten, M. K.; Thompson, D.; J. Narayan, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Volume: 120   Issue: 14     Article Number: 143903   Published: OCT 14 2016
  8. Defect mediated room temperature ferromagnetism and resistance minima study in epitaxial ZnGa0.002Al0.02O transparent conducting oxide films By: Temizer, Namik K.; Nori, Sudhakar; Kumar, D.; J. Narayan. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS Volume: 49   Issue: 34     Article Number: 345302   Published: SEP 1 2016
  9. Mechanical properties of copper/bronze laminates: Role of interfacesBy: Ma, Xiaolong; Huang, Chongxiang; Moering, Jordan; J. Narayan. ACTA MATERIALIA   Volume: 116   Pages: 43-52   Published: SEP 1 2016
  10. Multi-frequency ferromagnetic resonance investigation of nickel nanocubes encapsulated in diamagnetic magnesium oxide matrix, Saritha Nellutla, Sudhakar Nori, Srinivasa R. Singamaneni, John T. Prater, Jagdish Narayan, and Alex I. Smirnov, J. Appl. Phys 120, 223902 (2016).
  11. Two-Dimensional Layered Oxide Structures Tailored by Self Assembled Layer Stacking via Interfacial Strain By: Zhang, Wenrui; Li, Mingtao; Chen, Aiping; J. Narayan. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES Volume: 8   Issue: 26   Pages: 16845-16851   Published: JUL 6 2016
  12. Research Update: Direct conversion of amorphous carbon into diamond at ambient pressures and temperatures in air By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh APL MATERIALS Volume: 3   Issue: 10     Article Number: 100702   Published: OCT 2015
  13. Direct Conversion of h-BN into c-BN and Formation of Epitaxial c-BN/Diamond Heterostructures By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 119,185302 (2016).
  14. Novel synthesis and properties of pure and NV nanodiamonds and other nanostructures, : Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh; Materials Res. Letters, 2016 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21663831.2016.1249805.
  15. Novel phase of carbon, ferromagnetism, and conversion into diamond By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Volume: 118   Issue: 21     Article Number: 215303   Published: DEC 7 2015
  16. Research Update: Direct conversion of h-BN into pure c-BN at ambient temperatures and pressures in air By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh, APL MATERIALS Volume: 4   Issue: 2     Article Number: 020701   Published: FEB 2016
  17. DISCOVERY OF Q-PHASES AND DIRECT CONVERSION OF CARBON INTO DIAMOND AND h-BN INTO c-BN By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh; Narayan, Roger ADVANCED MATERIALS & PROCESSES Volume: 174   Issue: 3   Pages: 24-28   Published: MAR 2016
  18. Q-carbon discovery and formation of single-crystal diamond and nano- and microneedles and thin films by: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh; Materials Research Letters 2016; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21663931.2015.1126865.
  19. Fundamental Discovery of New Phases and Direct Conversion of Carbon into Diamond and hBN into cBN and Properties By: Narayan, Jagdish; Bhaumik, Anagh
  20. METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE  Volume: 47A   Issue: 4   Pages: 1481-1498   Published: APR 2016
  21. Epitaxial growth of rutile TiO2 thin films by oxidation of TiN/Si{100} heterostructure By: Moatti, A.; Bayati, R.; Narayan, J., ACTA MATERIALIA Volume: 103   Pages: 502-511   Published: JAN 15 2016
  22. Diamagnetism to ferromagnetism in Sr-substituted epitaxial BaTiO3 thin films By: Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Punugupati, Sandhyarani; Prater, John T.; Narayan, J. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS   Volume: 108   Issue: 14, 142404 (2016).
  23. Stacking-fault energy effect on zero-strain deformation twinning in nanocrystalline Cu-Zn alloys, By: Ma, X. L.; Zhou, H.; Narayan, J.; et al., SCRIPTA MATERIALIA Volume: 109   Pages: 89-93   Published: DEC 2015
  24. Strain induced room temperature ferromagnetism in epitaxial magnesium oxide thin films, By: Jin, Zhenghe; Nori, Sudhakar; Lee, Yi-Fang; et al., JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Volume: 118   Issue: 16     Article Number: 165309   Published: OCT 28 2015
  25. Magnetic exchange coupling in bilayers of two epitaxial ferromagnetic oxides, By:Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Prater, John T.; Narayan, Jagdish, CURRENT OPINION IN SOLID STATE & MATERIALS SCIENCE   Volume: 19   Issue: 5   Pages: 301-304  Published: OCT 2015
  26. Microstructure and transport properties of epitaxial topological insulator Bi2Se3 thin films grown on MgO (100), Cr2O3 (0001), and Al2O3 (0001) templates, By:Lee, Y. F.; Kumar, R.; Hunte, F.; et al. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   Volume: 118   Issue: 12     Article Number: 125309   Published: SEP 28 2015
  27. Fabrication of epitaxial Cu3Ge on sapphire with controlled crystallinity and planar defects, By:Wu, F.; Zheng, J. K.; Cai, W.; et al., JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS   Volume: 641   Pages: 238-243   Published: AUG 25 2015
  28. Control of intrinsic defects and magnetotransport properties of Bi2Se3/c-sapphire epitaxial heterostructures, By:Lee, Y. F.; Kumar, R.; Hunte, F.; et al., ACTA MATERIALIA   Volume: 95   Pages: 57-64   Published: AUG 15 2015
  29. Multifunctional heterostructures integrated on Si (100), By:Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Narayan, Jay; Prater, John T., EMERGING MATERIALS RESEARCH   Volume: 4   Issue: 1   Pages: 50-70   Published: JUN 2015
  30. Room temperature ferromagnetism in epitaxial Cr2O3 thin films grown on r-sapphire, By:Punugupati, Sandhyarani; Narayan, Jagdish; Hunte, Frank, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   Volume: 117   Issue: 19     Article Number: 193907   Published: MAY 21 2015
  31. Complete vertical M-H loop shift in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3/SrRuO3 thin film heterostructures, By:Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Fan, Wu; Prater, J. T.; et al., JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   Volume: 117   Issue: 17     Article Number: 17B711   Published: MAY 7 2015
  32. Ferroelectric and magnetic properties of multiferroic BiFeO3-La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 heterostructures integrated with Si (100), By:Singamaneni, Srinivasa Rao; Prater, J. T.; Nori, S.; et al., JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   Volume: 117   Issue: 17     Article Number: 17D908   Published: MAY 7 2015
  33. Dependence of Semiconductor to Metal Transition of VO2(011)/NiO{100}/MgO{100}/TiN{100}/Si{100} Heterostructures on Thin Film Epitaxy and Nature of Strain, By:Bayati, Reza; Molaei, Roya; Wu, Fan; et al., JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Volume: 98   Issue: 4   Pages: 1201-1208   Published: APR 2015
  34. Alloying effect on grain-size dependent deformation twinning in nanocrystalline Cu-Zn alloys, By:Ma, X. L.; Xu, W. Z.; Zhou, H.; et al., PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE   Volume: 95   Issue: 3   Pages: 301-310   Published: JAN 22 2015
  35. Integration and structural analysis of strain relaxed bi-epitaxial zinc oxide (0001) thin film with silicon(100) using titanium nitride buffer layer, P. Gupta, J. Narayan, , Journal of Applied Physics 115, 043513 (2014).
  36. Two-dimensional metamaterials for epitaxial heterostructures By: Zhou, H.; Chisholm, M. F.; Gupta, A.; J. Narayan CURRENT OPINION IN SOLID STATE & MATERIALS SCIENCE  Volume: 18   Issue: 1   Special Issue: SI   Pages: 46-52   Published: FEB 2014
  37. Ga and Al doped Zinc oxide thin films for transparent conducting oxide applications: Structure-property correlations, N. K. Temizer, Sudhakar Nori and J. Narayan, Journal of Applied Physics 115, 023705 (2014).
  38. Modification of properties of yttria stabilized zirconia epitaxial thin films, R. Bayati, R. Molaei, A. Richmond, J. Narayan, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 6, 22316 (2014).
  39. Magnetic properties of BaTiO3/La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 thin films integrated on Si(100), S. Rao, F. Wu, JT Prater, J. Narayan, J. Appl. Phys 116, 224104 (2014).
  40. Tunable electronic structure in dilute magnetic semiconductor Sr3SnO/c-YSZ/Si(001) epitaxial heterostructures, YF Lee, J. Narayan and J. Schwartz, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 164903 (2014).
  41. Strain induced ferromagnetism in epitaxial Cr2O3 thin films integrated on Si(001), S. Punugupati, J. Narayan, and F. Hunte, Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 132401 (2014).
  42. Thermal misfit strain relaxation in Ge/(001)Si heterostructures, J. Bharathan, H. Zhou, J. Narayan, J. Electronic Materials 43, 3196 (2014).
  43. Nanosecond laser switching of surface wettability and epitaxial integration of c-axis ZnO thin films with Si(111) substrates, Molaei, M.R. Bayati, H.M. Alipour, N.A. Estrich, and J. Narayan, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 26, 015004 (2014).
  44. Integration of epitaxial permalloy on Si(100) through domain matching epitaxy paradigm, S.S. Rao, J.T. Prater, F. Wu, Sudhakar Nori, D. Kumar, J. Narayan Opin. Solid State Mater. Sci. 18, 1 (2014).
  45. Positive exchange bias in epitaxial permalloy/MgO integrated with Si (100), S.S. Rao, J.T. Prater, F. Wu, Sudhakar Nori, D. Kumar, Yue, S.-H. Liou and J. Narayan, Curr. Opin. Solid State Mater. Sci. (in press) (2014).
  46. Oxygen vacancy enhanced room temperature ferromagnetism in Sr3SnO/c-YSZ/Si (001) heterostructures, Y lee, F. Wu, Narayan, J. Schwartz, MRS Communications 4, 7 (2014).
  47. A microstructural approach toward the effect of thickness on semiconductor-to-metal transition of VO2 epitaxial layers, R. Molaei, R. Bayati, F. Wu, and J. Narayan, J. Appl. Phys 115, 164311(2014).
  48. Oxygen vacancy enhanced room-temperature ferromagnetism in Sr3SnO/c-YSZ/Si(001) heterostructures, Y. F. Lee, F. Wu, J. Narayan and J. Schwartz, MRS Communications 4(1) 7 (2014).
  49. Structural and resistance switching properties of epitaxial Pt/ZnO/TiN/Si(100) heterostructures, S. Punigupati, N. K. Temizer, J. Narayan, and F. Hunte, J. Appl. Phys. 115 ,234501(2014).
  50. Evidence for topological surface states in epitaxial Bi2Se3 thin film grown by pulsed laser deposition through magneto-transport measurements, Y. F. Lee.., J. Narayan and J. Schwartz, COSSMS 18, 279(2014).
  51. Ferroelectric and ferromagnetic properties in BaTiO3 thin films on Si(100), S. S. Rao,..J.T. Prater and J. Narayan, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 094103 (2014).
  52. Laser annealing induced ferromagnetism in SrTiO3 single crystals, S. S. Rao, Y. F. Lee, J. T. Prater, A. Smirnov and J. Narayan, Applied Physics Letters 105, 042403(2014).
  53. Effect of substrate temperature on the physical and corrosion properties of TiN nanowires grown by pulsed laser deposition, S. Gbordzoe, R. Kotoka, E. Craven, D. Kumar F. Wu and J. Narayan, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 064310 (2014).
  54. Tuning exchange bias in epitaxial Ni/MgO/TiN heterostructures integrated on Si(100), Fan Wu, S. S. Rao, J. T. Prater, Y. T. Zhu and J. Narayan, COSSMS (2014).
  55. Diamagnetic to ferromagnetic switching in VO2 epitaxial films by nanosecond excimer laser treatment, R. Molaei, M.R. Bayati, Sudhakar Nori, Kumar, J.T. Prater and J. Narayan, Applied Physics Letters 103, 252109 (2013)
  56. Interface Magnetism in Epitaxial BiFeO3‑La7Sr0.3MnO3 Heterostructures Integrated on Si(100), S. S. Rao, J. T. Prater, Fan Wu, C. T. Shelton, J.-P. Maria, and J. Narayan; Nano Letters 13, 5814 (2013)
  57. Correlation between Structure and Semiconductor to Metal Transition Characteristics of VO2/TiO2/sapphire Thin Film Heterostructures, M.R. Bayati, R. Molaei, F. Wu, J.D. Budai, Y. Liu, R.J. Narayan, .F. Wu, et al., Acta Materialia 61, 7805 (2013).
  58. Crystallographic characteristics and p-type to n-type transition in epitaxial NiO thin film, Molaei, M.R. Bayati, and J. Narayan, , Crystal Growth and Design 13, 5459 (2013).
  59. Grain size effect on twin density in as-deposited nanocrystalline Cu film, F. Wu, T. Zhu and J. Narayan, Philosophical Magazine, 93, 4355 (2013)
  60. Twin intersection mechanisms in nanocrystalline fcc metals, F. Wu, M. Wen, E.J. Lavernia, J. Narayan, Y.T. Zhu, Materials Science and Engineering: A 585, 292 (2013).
  61. Research Updates: Epitaxial strain relaxation and associated interfacial reconstructions: The driving force for creating new structures with integrated functionality, Y.Y. Zhu, P. Chen, H. Zhou, W. R. Zhang, J. Narayan, J.L. MacManus-Driscoll, Q. Jia, H.Wang, APL Materials 1, 050702 (2013).
  62. Controlled epitaxial growth of bcc and fcc Cu on MgO for integration on Si, Wu and J. Narayan, Crystal Growth & Design, 13, 5018 (2013).
  63. Defect Characterization in Ge/(001)Si Epitaxial Films Grown by Reduced-Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition, J. Bharathan, J. Narayan, G. Rozgonyi, G. Bulman, Electronic Materials 42, 2888 (2013).
  64. Epitaxial integration of dilute magnetic semiconductor Sr3SnO with Si (001), Y.F. Lee, F. Wu, R. Kumar, F. Hunte, J. Schwartz, and J. Narayan, Phys. Lett. 103, 112101 (2013).
  65. Field-assisted selective-melt sintering: a novel approach to high-density ceramics, J. Narayan, MRS Communications 3, 139 (2013).
  66. Selective-Melt Sintering Brings Speed and Efficiency to Creating High-Density Ceramics, J. Narayan, Advanced Materials & Processes 171, 29 (2013).
  67. Role of substrate crystallographic characteristics on structure and properties of rutile TiO2 epilayers, M.R. Bayati, R. Molaei, J.D. Budai, R.J. Narayan and J. Narayan, Journal of Applied Physics 114, 044314 (2013).
  68. FRONTIERS IN THIN FILM EPITAXY AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS Introduction, J. Narayan, J. Schwartz, A. Goyal, H. Wang, S. Jin, X. Liao, Materials Research 28, 1625 (2013).
  69. Low-temperature processing and control of structure and properties of TiO2/c-sapphire epitaxial heterostructures, M.R. Bayati, S. Joshi, R.J. Narayan and J. Narayan, Materials Research 28, 1669 (2013).
  70. Deposition and characterization of nanostructured Cu2O thin-film for potential photovoltaic applications, N. Gupta, R Singh, Wu, J. Narayan, et al., Journal of Materials Research 28, 1740 (2013).
  71. A new mechanism for field-assisted processing and flash sintering of materials, J. Narayan, Scripta Materialia 69, 107 (2013).
  72. Grain size effect on deformation twinning and detwinning, Y.T. Zhu, X. Liao, X. Wu and J. Narayan, Journal of Materials Research 48, 4467 (2013).
  73. Enhanced photocatalytic efficiency in zirconia buffered n-NiO/p-NiO single crystalline heterostructures by nanosecond laser treatment, Molaei, M.R. Bayati, H.M. Alipour, S. Nori, and J. Narayan, Journal of Applied Physics 113, 233708 (2013).
  74. Recent progress in thin film epitaxy across the misfit scale (2011 Acta Gold Medal Paper), J. Narayan, Acta Materialia 61, 2703 (2013).
  75. Misfit accommodation in oxide thin film heterostructures, S.J. Pennycook, H. Zhou,M.F. Chisholm, A.Y. Borisevich, M. Varela, J. Gazquez, T.J. Pennycook and J. Narayan, Acta Materialia 61, 2725 (2013).
  76. In situ X-ray microdiffraction studies inside individual VO2 microcrystals, J.D. Budai, A. Tselev, J.Z. Tischler, E. Strelcov, A. Kolmakov, W.J. Liu, A. Gupta and J. Narayan, Acta Materialia 61, 2751 (2013).
  77. Ion-irradiation-induced ferromagnetism in undoped ZnO thin films, S. Mal, S. Nori, J. Narayan, J.T. Prater,D.K. Avasthi, Acta Materialia 61, 2763 (2013).
  78. Grain growth model for electric field-assisted processing and flash sintering of materials, J. Narayan, Scripta Materialia 68, 785 (2013).
  79. Thin-Film Epitaxy and Enhancement of Photocatalytic Activity of Anatase/Zirconia Heterostructures by Nanosecond Excimer Laser Treatment, M.R. Bayati, H.M. Alipour, S. Joshi, R. Molaei, R.J. Narayan, J. Narayan and S.T. Misture, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117, 7138 (2013).
  80. Controlled epitaxial integration of polar ZnO(0001) with Si(001), Molaei, M.R. Bayati, H.M. Alipour, and J. Narayan, Applied Physics Letters 102, 101602 (2013).
  81. A New Class of Room-Temperature Multiferroic Thin Films with Bismuth-Based Supercell Structure, A.P. Chen, H.H. Zhou, Z. Bi,Y.Y. Zhu,.. J. Narayan et al. Advanced Materials 25, 1028 (2013).
  82. Ultrafast switching in wetting properties of TiO2/YSZ/Si(001) epitaxial heterostructures induced by laser irradiation, M.R. Bayati, S. Joshi, R. Molaei, R.J. Narayan and J. Narayan, Journal of Applied Physics 113, 063706 (2013).
  83. Poisson Ratio of Epitaxial Germanium Films Grown on Silicon ,J. Bharathan, J. Narayan, G. Rozgonyi, G. Bulman, Electronic Materials 42, 40 (2013).
  84. Macroscopic strain caused by twinning in multilayer Cu/Ta thin films, Wu, Y.T. Zhu, J. Narayan, Materials Research letters, 2 63 (2013).
  85. Epitaxial integration of topological insulator SrSnO with c-YSZ/Si(001), Y. lee, F. Wu, Narayan, et al., Applied Physics Letters, 103 112101 (2013).
  86. Ultrafast switching in wetting properties of TiO2/YSZ/Si(001) epitaxial heterostructures induced by laser irradiation: Author(s): Bayati, M. R.; Joshi, S.; Molaei, R.; et al.: Source: JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS  Volume: 113Issue: 6 Article Number: 063706   DOI: 1063/1.4790327,  FEB 14 2013
  87. Poisson Ratio of Epitaxial Germanium Films Grown on Silicon: Author(s): Bharathan, Jayesh; Narayan, Jagdish; Rozgonyi, George; et al.: Source: JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS  Volume: 42Issue: 1   Pages: 40-46   DOI: 1007/s11664-012-2337-6   Published: JAN 2013
  88. Defect mediated reversible ferromagnetism in Co and Mn doped zinc oxide epitaxial films: Author(s): Mal, Siddhartha; Nori, Sudhakar; Mula, Suhrit; et al.: Source: JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS  Volume: 112Issue: 11     Article Number: 113917   DOI: 1063/1.4768721   Published: DEC 1 2012
  89. Thin film epitaxy and near bulk semiconductor to metal transition in VO2/NiO/YSZ/Si(001) heterostructures: Author(s): Molaei, Roya; Bayati, Mohammad Reza; Narayan, Jagdish: Source: JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH  Volume: 27Issue: 24   Pages: 3103-3109   DOI: 1557/jmr.2012.374DEC 2012
  90. Defect mediated photocatalytic decomposition of 4-chlorophenol on epitaxial rutile thin films under visible and UV illumination: Author(s): Bayati, M. R.; Ding, J.; Lee, Y. F.; et al.: Source: JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER  Volume: 24Issue: 39     Article Number: 395005   DOI: 1088/0953-8984/24/39/395005   Published: OCT 3 2012
  91. Nanoscience to nanotechnology to manufacturing transition: Author(s): Narayan, Jagdish: Source: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NANOTECHNOLOGY  Volume: 9   Issue: 10-12   Special Issue: SI   Pages: 914-941   DOI: 10.1504/IJNT.2012.049456   Published: 2012