Publications

  1. Thomas E. Kodger, Peter J. Lu, G. Reid Wiseman, David A. Weitz, “Stable, Fluorescent Polymethylmethacrylate Particles for the Long-Term Observation of Slow Colloidal Dynamics” Langmuir. 33, 6382–6389 (2017). [pdf]
  2. Fabio Giavazzi, Paolo Edera, Peter J. Lu, Roberto Cerbino, “Image windowing mitigates edge effects in Differential Dynamic Microscopy” The European Physical Journal E. 40, 97 (2017). [pdf]
  3. Shir R. Liber et al., “Axial Confocal Tomography of Capillary-Contained Colloidal Structures” Langmuir. 33, 13343–13349 (2017). [pdf]
  4. Toshimitsu Kanai et al., “Crystallization and reentrant melting of charged colloids in nonpolar solvents” Phys. Rev. E. 91, 030301 (2015). [pdf]
  5. Peter J. Lu, David A. Weitz, “Colloidal Particles: Crystals, Glasses, and Gels” Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics. 4, 9.1–9.17 (2013). [pdf]
  6. Peter J. Lu, Maor Shutman, Eli Sloutskin, Alexander V. Butenko, “Locating particles accurately in microscope images requires image-processing kernels to be rotationally symmetric” Optics Express. 21, 30755–30763 (2013). [pdf]
  7. Biagio Nigro et al., “Enhanced tunneling conductivity induced by gelation of attractive colloids” Phys. Rev. E. 87, 062312 (2013). [pdf]
  8. Peter J. Lu et al., “Characterizing Concentrated, Multiply Scattering, and Actively Driven Fluorescent Systems with Confocal Differential Dynamic Microscopy” Physical Review Letters. 108, 218103 (2012). [pdf] [Supp. Info]
  9. Peng Fei et al., “High dynamic range optical projection tomography (HDR-OPT)” Optics Express. 20, 8824 (2012). [pdf]
  10. Peter J. Lu et al., “Robust and economical multi-sample, multi-wavelength UV/vis absorption and fluorescence detector for biological and chemical contamination” AIP Advances. 2, 032110 (2012). [pdf]
  11. Melanie M. Hoehl, Peter J. Lu, Peter A. Sims, Alexander H. Slocum, “Rapid and Robust Detection Methods for Poison and Microbial Contamination” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60, 6349–6358 (2012). [pdf] [Supp. Info]
  12. Luca Bindi, Paul J. Steinhardt, Nan Yao, Peter J. Lu, “Icosahedrite, Al63Cu24Fe13, the first natural quasicrystal” American Mineralogist. 96, 928–931 (2011). [pdf]
  13. Lei Xu et al., “Drying of Complex Suspensions” Physical Review Letters. 104, 128303 (2010). [pdf]
  14. Peter J. Lu et al., “Orders-of-magnitude performance increases in GPU-accelerated correlation of images from the International Space Station” Journal of Real-Time Image Processing (2009). [pdf]
  15. Luca Bindi, Paul J. Steinhardt, Nan Yao, Peter J. Lu, “Natural Quasicrystals” Science. 324, 1306–1309 (2009). [pdf]
  16. J. J. Liétor-Santos, C. Kim, Peter J. Lu, A. Fernández-Nieves, D. A. Weitz, “Gravitational compression of colloidal gels” The European Physical Journal E: Soft Matter and Biological Physics. 28, 159–164 (2009). [pdf]
  17. Peter J. Lu et al., “Gelation of particles with short-range attraction” Nature. 453, 499–503 (2008). [pdf]
  18. Peter J. Lu, “The blossoming of Japanese mathematics” Nature. 454, 1050 (2008). [pdf]
  19. Peter J. Lu, thesis, “Gelation and Phase Separation of Attractive Colloids” Harvard University (2008). [pdf]
  20. Emanuela Zaccarelli, Peter J. Lu, Fabio Ciulla, David A. Weitz, Francesco Sciortino, “Gelation as arrested phase separation in short-ranged attractive colloid-polymer mixtures” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 20, 494242 (2008). [pdf]
  21. Peter J. Lu, Paul J. Steinhardt, “Decagonal and Quasi-crystalline Tilings in Medieval Islamic Architecture” Science. 315, 1106–1110 (2007). [pdf] [Supp. Info]
  22. Peter J. Lu, Peter A. Sims, Hidekazu Oki, James B. Macarthur, David A. Weitz, “Target-locking acquisition with real-time confocal (TARC) microscopy” Optics Express. 15, 8702–8712 (2007). [pdf]
  23. Peter J. Lu, Jacinta C. Conrad, Hans M. Wyss, Andrew B. Schofield, David A. Weitz, “Fluids of Clusters in Attractive Colloids” Physical Review Letters. 96, 028306 (2006). [pdf]
  24. Peter J. Lu, Motohiro Yogo, Charles R. Marshall, “Phanerozoic marine biodiversity dynamics in light of the incompleteness of the fossil record” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 103, 2736–2739 (2006). [pdf]
  25. Peter J. Lu et al., “Earliest Use of Corundum and Diamond in Prehistoric China” Archaeometry. 47, 1–12 (2005). [pdf]
  26. Peter J. Lu, “Confocal Scanning Optical Microscopy and Nanotechnology” in Handbook of Microscopy for Nanotechnology, N. Yao, Z. Wang, Eds. (Kluwer, New York, 2005)pp. 3–24. [pdf]
  27. Peter J. Lu, “Early Precision Compound Machine from Ancient China” Science. 304, 1638 (2004). [pdf] [Supp. Info]
  28. Peter J. Lu, Kenneth Deffeyes, Paul J. Steinhardt, Nan Yao, “Identifying and Indexing Icosahedral Quasicrystals from Powder Diffraction Patterns” Physical Review Letters. 87, 275507 (2001). [pdf]
  29. A. S. Risbud, K. B. Helean, M. C. Wilding, Peter J. Lu, A. Navrotsky, “Enthalpies of formation of lanthanide oxyapatite phases” Journal of Materials Research. 16, 2780–2783 (2001). [pdf]
  30. Peter J. Lu, thesis, “The Search for New Quasicrystals” Princeton University (2000). [pdf]
  31. Peter J. Lu, Weitao Pan, Maitland Jones Jr., “Benzocyclohex-1-en-3-yne at High Temperature” Journal of the American Chemical Society. 120, 8315–8318 (1998). [pdf]