Research Projects Earlier Years

Published Projects

Corrado, R., Comisso, M. and Babich, F., 2014, June. On the impact of the video quality assessment in 802.11 e ad-hoc networks using adaptive retransmissions. In Ad Hoc Networking Workshop (MED-HOC-NET), 2014 13th Annual Mediterranean (pp. 47-54). IEEE.

Mártires, H., 2015. Student perception of Social Media in Zaman University.

Durdyev, S., Ihtiyar, A., Ismail, S., Ahmad, F.S. and Bakar, N.A., 2014. Productivity and service quality: Factors affecting in service industry. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences109, pp.487-491.

Giuseppe Sapienza (2014) Theory of Counterplexity, Conference proceedings of the Fifth Asian Conference on the Social Sciences, Osaka 2014, pp.769-783.

Giuseppe Sapienza, Paolo Cervari, Salvatore Ivan D'Agostino, Sebastiano D'Urso, Luigi MinozziGiovanna RegalbutoStefano Zampieri, (2014) Processo alla complessita`, Lettere da Cala.

Babich, F., Comisso, M. and Corrado, R., 2015, May. Fast Distortion Estimation Based on Structural Similarity for H. 264/SVC Encoded Videos. In Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2015 IEEE 81st (pp. 1-5). IEEE.

Yilmaz, H., Singh, S.P., Marin, C., Weiner, B.R. and Morell, G., 2011. Atomic and electronic properties of realizable size single-crystal GaN nanotubes by first principles. Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology11(9), pp.7753-7761.

Vadapoo, R., Krishnan, S., Yilmaz, H. and Marin, C., 2011. Self-standing nanoribbons of antimony selenide and antimony sulfide with well-defined size and band gap. Nanotechnology22(17), p.175705.

Vadapoo, R., Krishnan, S., Yilmaz, H. and Marin, C., 2011. Electronic structure of antimony selenide (Sb2Se3) from GW calculations. physica status solidi (b)248(3), pp.700-705.

Yilmaz, H., Weiner, B.R. and Morell, G., 2010. Semiconductor-homojunction induction in single-crystal GaN nanostructures under a transverse electric field: Ab initio calculations. Physical Review B81(4), p.041312.

Krishnan, S., Yilmaz, H., Vadapoo, R. and Marin, C., 2010. Selenium adsorbed single wall carbon nanotubes as a potential candidate for nanoscale interconnects. Applied Physics Letters97(16), p.163107.