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Malgorzata Kowalik

Researcher

Affiliation(s):

  • Mechanical Engineering

240 Research East

mzk13@psu.edu

814-865-7537

Research Areas:

 
 

 

Education

  • MS, Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, 1999
  • Ph D, Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, 2003

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Utsab R Shrestha, Sydney Smith, Sai Venkatesh Pingali, Hui Yang, Mai Zahran, Lloyd Breunig, Liza Anne Wilson, Malgorzata Kowalik, James Kubicki, Daniel J Cosgrove and others, 2019, "Arabinose substitution effect on xylan rigidity and self-aggregation", Cellulose, pp. 1--12
  • Malgorzata Kowalik, Allen B. Schantz, Abdullah Naqi, Yuexiao Shen, Ian Sines, Janna K Maranas and Manish Kumar, 2017, "Chemically specific coarse-grained models to investigate the structure of biomimetic membranes", RSC ADVANCES, 7, (86), pp. 54756-54771
  • Malgorzata Kowalik, 2009, "Current-Induced Magnetic Dynamics in Asymmetric Ferromagnetic Single-Electron Devices", Acta Physica Polonica-Series A General Physics, 115, (1), pp. 290
  • Malgorzata Kowalik, 2008, "Spin torque characteristics for the asymmetric non-collinearly polarized ferromagnetic single-electron devices", Materials Science Poland, 26, (4), pp. 971--975
  • Malgorzata Kowalik, I Weymann and J Barnas, 2007, "Current-induced torque in ferromagnetic single-electron devices in the limits of the fast and slow spin relaxation", MATERIALS SCIENCE-WROCLAW-, 25, (2), pp. 453
  • J Barnas, I Weymann, J Wisniewska, Malgorzata Kowalik and Herbert W Kunert, 2006, "Single-and double-island ferromagnetic single-electron transistors", Materials Science and Engineering: B, 126, (2-3), pp. 275--278
  • Malgorzata Kowalik, Wi\'sniewska, J, Barna\'s and J, 2006, "Torque induced by spin-polarized current in ferromagnetic single-electron transistors", physica status solidi (b), 243, (1), pp. 243--246
  • Wi\'sniewska, J, Malgorzata Kowalik, Barna\'s and J, 2006, "Transport characteristics of ferromagnetic single-electron transistors with non-collinear magnetizations", Materials Science--Poland, 24, (3), pp. 761--767
  • Kowalik, Ma\lgorzata, Adam Lipowski and Antonio L Ferreira, 2002, "Oscillations and dynamics in a two-dimensional prey-predator system", Physical Review E, 66, (6), pp. 066107
  • Adam Lipowski, \Lopata and Ma\lgorzata, 1999, "Model of biological evolution with threshold dynamics and infinitely many absorbing states", Physical Review E, 60, (2), pp. 1516

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