Dr. Jared K. Olson

Adjunct Faculty

Email: Jared.Olson@aggiemail.usu.edu

Education

Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Utah State University, 2010
MBA, Finance, Westminster College, 2006
M.S., Physics, University of Utah, 2004
B.S., Physics, University of Utah, 2002

List of Publications

Publications, Patents, and Citations via Google Scholar

19. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Planar to 3D Transition in the B6Hy Anions. J Phys Chem A, 2013, 117, 1614-1620.

18. M.E. Adams, M. Mileham, and J.K. Olson. Cast Cure Explosives for Scalable Technology for Adaptive Response (STAR), DTIC accession no. ADB382542, 2012, 1-94.

17. E. Osorio, J.K. Olson, W. Tiznado, and A.I. Boldyrev. Analysis of Why Boron Avoids sp2-Hybridization and Classical Structures in the BnHn+2 Series. Chem Eur J 2012, 18(31), 9677-81.

16. M.E. Adams, J.K. Olson, and P.C. Braithwaite. DLE-C067: A New Insensitive Cast-cure Formulation for Penetrator Use. 2012 Insensitive Munitions and Energetic Materials Technology Symposium, May 2012.

15. J.K. Olson, M.D. Webb, D.R. DeVries, I.L. Davis, and A. Dinsmore. Integrated Motor Life Management Data Acquistion and Analysis System (IMLM DAAS): Component Verification and Validation. 41st SMB JANNAF meeting, April 2012.

14. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Electronic Transmutation: Boron Acquiring an Extra Electron becomes "Carbon." Chem Phys Lett, 2012, 523, 83-86

13. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Ab initio Search for Global Minimum Structures of Neutral and Anionic B4H5 clusters. Optical isomerism in B4H5 and B4H5-. Chem Phys Lett 2011, 517, pp. 62-67.

12. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Ab Initio Characterization of the Flexural B3H8- Anion Found in the Reversible Dehydrogenation. Comp Theor Chem 2011, 967, pp 1-4.

11. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Ab Initio Search for Global Minimum Structures of Neutral and Anionic B4H4 Clusters. Chem Phys, 2011, 379 (1), 1-5.

10. J.K. Olson. Ab Initio Search for Novel BxHy Building Blocks with Potential for Hydrogen Storage, Ph.D. Dissertation, Utah State University, 2010.

9. J.K. Olson and A.I. Boldyrev. Ab Initio Search for Global Minimum Structures of the Novel B3Hy (y=4-7) Neutral and Anionic Clusters. Inorg. Chem., 2009, 48 (21), pp 10060-10067.

8. W.B. Payne, J.K. Olson, V.F. Kozhevnikov, and P.C. Taylor. Sound velocity in liquid and glassy selenium. J Non-Cryst Solids, 353: 3254-3259 (2007).

7. J.K. Olson, H. Li, T. Ju, J.M. Viner, and P.C. Taylor. Optical Properties of Amorphous GeTe, Sb2Te3, and Ge2Sb2Te5: The Role of Oxygen. J Appl Phys. 99 103508 (2006).

6. J.K. Olson, H. Li, and P.C. Taylor. On the Structure of GexSbyTe1-x-y Glasses. J Ovonics Res, 1(1): 1-6 (2005).

5. V.F. Kozhevnikov, W.P. Payne, J.K. Olson, C.L. McDonald, and C.E. Inglefield. Physical properties of sulfur near the polymerization transition. J Chem Phys, 121(15): 7379-7386 (2004).

4. J.K. Olson. Growth and Characterization of Thin Film Telluride Glasses, Master's Thesis, University of Utah, 2004.

3. Yoko Sakata, Jared K. Olson, and William C. Michel. Assessment of neuronal maturation and acquisition of functional competence in the developing zebrafish olfactory system. Methods in Cell Science, 25: 39-48 (2003).

2. J.K. Olson, W.B. Payne, C. Inglefield, V.F. Kozhevnikov and P.C. Taylor. Acoustical Impedance of Sulfur Near the Polymerization Transition. Int J Thermophysics 25(5): 1429-1436 (2004).

1. W.C. Michel, M. Sanderson, J.K. Olson, D.L. Lipshitz. Evidence of a novel transduction pathway mediating detection of polyamines by the zebrafish olfactory system. J Exp Biol 2003 206: 1697-1706.

Patents

US Patent 7,609,073 Devices and Methods for Measuring the Volume Resistivity of Energetic Materials

US Patent 7,810,421 Methods of Preventing Initiation of Explosive Devices

US Patent 8,286,557 Projectiles for Marking Targets, Methods of Manufacturing the Same, and Methods of Utilizing the Same

US Patent 8,359,978 Projectiles for Marking Targets and Methods of Manufacturing Such Projectiles

US Patent Application Infrared Signature Matching System, Control Circuit, and Related Method


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