Department of Applied Physics
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hung Hom, Hong Kong.
Tel: 2766-5681, Fax: 2333-7629 E-mail: C.H.Lam@polyu.edu.hk
A theory of glassy dynamics based on interacting strings of hopping motions, C.H. Lam and O.K.C. Tsui, preprint arXiv:1508.03153.
Approach to solving spin-boson dynamics via non-Markovian quantum trajectories, Zeng-Zhao Li, Cho-Tung Yip, Hai-Yao Deng, Mi Chen, Ting Yu, J. Q. You, and Chi-Hang Lam, Physical Review A 90, 022122 (2014).
Crossover to surface flow in supercooled unentangled polymer films, C.H. Lam and O.K.C. Tsui, Physical Review E 88, 042604 (2013).
Glass Transition Dynamics and Surface Layer Mobility in Unentangled Polystyrene Films, Z. Yang, Y. Fujii, F. K. Lee, C. -H. Lam, and O. K. C. Tsui, Science 328, 1676 (2010).
Island, pit and groove formation in strained heteroepitaxy, M.T. Lung, C.H. Lam, and L.M. Sander, Physical Review Letters, 95, 086102 (2005).
Crossover to surface flow in supercooled unentangled polymer films, C.H. Lam and O.K.C. Tsui, Physical Review E 88, 042604 (2013). (Movies showing the detailed dynamics of driven surface flow of a simulated polymer film)
Beyond the heteroepitaxial quantum dot: self-assembling complex nanostructures controlled by strain and growth kinetics , J.L. Gray, R. Hull, C.-H. Lam, P. Sutter, J. Means, and J.A. Floro, Physical Review B 72, 155323 (2005). (Moives showing the formation of pits from kinetic Monte Carlo simulations)
Sierpinsky gasket (by LUNG Man Tat, M.Phil. graduate)