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Daniel S. Badali

MEET Daniel S. Badali

Daniel S. Badali, PhD
Consultant

Daniel Badali has a range of experience in imaging and diffraction techniques, in particular in using ultrafast electron diffraction to study transient dynamics in matter. In this research he specialized in the handling and characterization of thin films, processing large amounts of noisy image data, and algorithm development for reconstructing transient images from streaked diffraction patterns. In addition to the development of such complex experimental systems, he has worked extensively in mathematical modelling, laser science, and single-molecule biophysics.

Daniel holds a B.Sc. in Biological Physics and Mathematics from the University of Toronto and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from the University of Hamburg for work he did at the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter

PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED
  1. Pollack, D.S. Badali, J. Pollack, “An algorithm for autonomously plotting solution sets in the presence of turning points,” Applied Mathematics and Computation 232: 375-380 (2014)

R.Y.N. Gengler, D.S. Badali, D. Zhang, K. Dimos, K. Spyrou, D. Gournis, R.J.D. Miller, “Revealing the ultrafast process behind the photoreduction of graphene oxide,” Nature Communications 4: 2560 (2013)

  1. Badali, M. Chugunova, D.E. Pelinovsky, S. Pollack, “Regularized shock solutions in coating flows with small surface tension,” Physics of Fluids 23(9): 093103 (2011)
  2. Avadisian, S. Fletcher, B. Liu, W. Zhao, X. Zhang, P. Yue, D. Badali, W. Xu, A.D. Schimmer, J. Turkson, C.C. Gradinaru, P.T. Gunning, “Artificially induced protein-membrane anchorage with cholesterol-based recognition agents as a new therapeutic concept,” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50(28):6248-6253 (2011)

D. Badali, C.C. Gradinaru, “The effect of Brownian motion of fluorescent probes on measuring nanoscale distances by Förster resonance energy transfer,” Journal of Chemical Physics 134(22): 225102 (2011)