CSUN Faculty Publications and Research



This community contains the scholarship and creative works produced by CSUN faculty. Journal articles, book chapters, books, data sets, creative works and other scholarly or creative work showcasing CSUN faculty endeavors are welcome. Additionally, faculty are provided with individual collections within their departments' communities to archive their work. As part of our Scholar Spotlight program, Oviatt library ScholarWorks personnel sort through faculty-submitted CVs in order to secure permission for open-access archiving.


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  • Guajardo, Jaime Alanis (DePaul University, 1999-10)
    In this thesis, I discuss the dynamics of an urban street gang from the perspective of the experiences of five Puerto Rican street gang members. I also describe current reactions and acts of resistance by local residents ...
  • ben Asher, Moshe; bat Sarah, Khulda (Gather the People, 2017)
    For the millions who marched on the day after the Trump inauguration, doing so would surely have built their morale and clarified their political thinking, as evidenced by the fact that many of them have continued to ...
  • Reidenbach, Leah; Fernandez, Pamela; Leal, Pablo; McGraw, Christina; Revill, Andy; Hurd, Catriona; Kubler, Janet (2017-04-06)
  • Zhang, X.; Li, Z.; Lu, Gang (Physical Review B, 2010)
    We propose a theoretical method that can predict carrier mobility in disordered semiconducting polymers and organic semiconductors from first principles. The method is based on nonadiabatic ab initio molecular dynamics and ...
  • Zhang, X.; Peng, Q.; Lu, Gang (Physical Review B, 2010)
    We present a quantum mechanics QM/molecular mechanics MM method for coupling Kohn-Sham density-functional theory with classical atomistic simulations based on a self-consistent embedding theory. The formalism and numerical ...