Robert S. Knox

University of Rochester

 

Contributed Papers and Posters

 

            Papers were delivered by the first author unless otherwise noted.  All authors were present at a poster presentation unless otherwise noted.

 

    1.     R. S. Knox and D. L. Dexter

            Oscillator strengths in the KCl:Tl phosphor

            Paper Cl, American Physical Society (APS) meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa., Thu., Mar. 15, 1956

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. [III] 1, 112 (1956)

 

    2.     R. S. Knox and D. L. Dexter

            On the theory of the KCl:Tl luminescent center

            Paper E2, Color Center Symposium, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, Ill., Fri., Nov. 2, 1956

 

    3.     R. S. Knox

            Configuration interaction in alkali halide phosphors

            Paper B2, APS meeting, Chicago, Ill., Fri., Nov. 28, 1958

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 3, 358 (1958)

 

    4.     R. S. Knox and N. InchauspŽ

            Exciton states in ionic crystals

            Paper 22, International Color Center Conference, Corvallis, Ore., Wed., Sep. 9, 1959

 

    5.     R. S. Knox and F. Bassani

            Band structure of solid argon

            Paper TA3, APS meeting, Washington, DC, Tue., Apr. 25, 1961

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 6, 293 (1961)

 

    6.     Robert S. Knox

            The fine structure of absorption in NaCl:Ag

            Paper - International Conference on Crystal Lattice Defects, Kyoto, Japan, Mon., Sep. 10, 1962

 

    7.     Robert S. Knox, Franco Bassani, and W. Beall Fowler

            Valence band structure of silver chloride

            Paper A3, Symposium on Photographic Sensitivity, Tokyo, Japan, Fri., Sep. 14, 1962

 

    8.     R. S. Knox and T. P. Das

            Theory of the optical and magnetic properties of the self-trapped hole in LiF

            Paper MC3, APS Meeting, Washington, DC, Mon., Apr. 22, 1963

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 8, 353 (1963)

 

    9.     C. C. Klick, D. A. Patterson, and R. S. Knox

            Absorption-band shapes for the F center and thallium in KCl

            Paper J14, APS Meeting, New York, NY, Sat., Jan 25, 1964

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 9, 89 (1964)  [Delivered by Patterson]

 

   10.     W. Beall Fowler, R. S. Knox and F. Bassani

            Electronic structure of AgCl and AgBr

            Paper G7, APS Meeting, Chicago, Ill., Sat., Oct. 24, 1964

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc 9, 630 (1964)  [Delivered by Bassani]

 

 

   11.     Doris J. Olechna and Robert S. Knox

            Energy band structure of selenium chains

            Paper KB13, APS Meeting, New York, NY, Sat., Jan. 30, 1965

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 10, 118 (1965) [Delivered by Olechna]

 

   12.     R. S. Knox

            Theoretical limits on photosynthetic efficiency

            Paper Ac-5, Fifth International Congress on Photobiology, Hanover, NH, Tue., Aug. 27, 1968

 

   13.     R. S. Knox and J. C. Chang

            Resonance transfer between chlorophyll molecules:  some recent  theoretical results

            Paper, Conference on Primary Photochemistry of Photosynthesis, Argonne, IL, Thu., Nov. 18, 1971

 

   14.     V. M. Kenkre and R. S. Knox

            Optical spectra and exciton coherence

            Paper P3-1, 1975 International Conference on Luminescence, Tokyo, Japan, Mon., Sep. 1, 1975

 

   15.     R. S. Knox

            Radiative terms in the exciton master equations

            Informal Symposium on Exciton Coherence, Chemistry Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, Fri., Apr. 2, 1976

 

   16.     T. S. Rahman and R. S. Knox

            Depolarization of fluorescence by molecular pairs

            Paper FM1, APS Meeting, San Diego, CA, Wed., Mar. 23, 1977

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 22, 468 (1977)

 

   17.     Robert S. Knox and Maria A. Davidovich

            Triplet exciton dynamics in 1,2,3,5-tetrachlorobenzene dimers and crystals

            Paper HL3, APS Meeting, San Diego, CA, Thu., Mar. 24, 1977

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc 22, 468 (1977)

 

   18.     V. M. Kenkre and R. S. Knox

            Theoretical Studies on Exciton Coherence

            Paper, Eighth Molecular Crystal Symposium, Santa Barbara, CA, Mon., May 30, 1977  [delivered by Knox]

 

   19.     Vinita J. Ghosh and Robert S. Knox

            Theory of the temperature-dependent mobility of holes in rare gas crystals

            Paper JQ13, APS Meeting, Washington, DC, Thu., Mar. 31, 1978

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 23, 413-414 (1978)]

 

   20.     T. M. Nordlund and R. S. Knox

            Kinetics of chlorophyllin CPII fluorescence:  excitation intensity dependence

            Paper MI12, APS Meeting, New York, NY, Fri., Mar. 28, 1980

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 25, 416-417 (1980)]

 

   21.     Robert S. Knox, Cheryl A. Hanzlik, and John F. Shepanski

            Absorption-emission ratio in chlorophyll-protein complexes

            Paper BK6, APS Meeting, Phoenix, Ariz., Mon., Mar. 16, 1981

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 26, 245 (1981)

 

   22.     John F. Shepanski, Cheryl A. Hanzlik, and Robert S. Knox

            Absorption-emission ratio in chlorophyll-protein complexes

            Paper TAM-C3, American Society for Photobiology (ASP) Meeting, Williamsburg, VA, Tue., June 16, 1981]

 

   23.     Bruce P. Wittmershaus and Robert S. Knox

            Calculations of exciton bimolecular quenching rates in chlorophyll systems

            Paper TAM-C4, ASP Meeting, Williamsburg, VA, Tue., June 16, 1981

 

   24.     Robert S. Knox, Stewart L. Sharpless, Judith L. Pipher, and Dennis Fleisher

            Physics of music preceptorial

            Paper, meeting of the New York State Section of the American

            Association of Physics Teachers, Buffalo, NY, Sat., Oct. 17, 1981

 

   25.     M. Stavola, D. L. Dexter, and R. S. Knox

            Electron-hole pair production in semiconductors via external energy transfer

            Paper KP1, APS Meeting, Dallas, TX, Thu., Mar. 11, 1982

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 27, 300 (1982)

 

   26.     Stewart Sharpless, Robert Knox, Judith Pipher, and Dennis Fleisher

            Physics of music preceptorial

            Paper, Tenth Annual Meeting of the New York State Teachers of Introductory College Sciences, Buffalo, NY, Thu., June 3, 1982 

 

   27.     B. P. Wittmershaus, T. M. Nordlund, W. H. Knox, R. S. Knox, N. E. Geacintov, and J. Breton

            Intensity dependence of time-resolved chloroplast fluorescence

            Paper THAM-C6, ASP Meeting, Madison, WI, Thu., June 30, 1983

            Photochem. and Photobiol. 37, S95 (1983)]

 

   28.     D. GŸlen and R. S. Knox

            Excitation kinetics in small systems at high intensities

            Paper EN10, APS Meeting, Detroit, MI, Tue., Mar. 27, 1984

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 29, 335 (1984)  [delivered by Knox]

 

   29.     D. GŸlen and R. S. Knox

            Optical properties of CPII: model calculations

            Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 7, 1984

 

   30.     R. S. Knox, B. P. Wittmershaus, T. M. Nordlund, W. H. Knox, N. E. Geacintov, and J. Breton

            Picosecond fluorescence of spinach chloroplasts at 77K

            ERPC, Woods Hole (see above) [poster, jb, rsk, tmn, bpw present]

 

   31.     Robert MacColl, Deborah Guard-Friar, Bruce P. Wittmershaus, Cheryl A. Hanzlik, and Robert S. Knox

            Picosecond fluorescence of cryptomonad biliproteins

            ERPC, Woods Hole (see above)[poster]

 

   32.     R. S. Knox and B. P. Wittmershaus

            Interpretation of intensity-dependent chloroplast fluorescence yields

            Paper MPM-C15, ASP Meeting and IX International Congress on Photobiology, Philadelphia, PA, July 2, 1984 [poster]

            Photochem. Photobiol. 39, Suppl., 265 (1984)

 

   33.     D. GŸlen and R. S. Knox

            High-density excitation kinetics in small systems

            Paper MPM-C16, Philadelphia, PA (see above), July 2, 1984 [poster]

            Photochem. Photobiol. 39, Suppl., 265 (1984)

 

   34.     C. Hanzlik, R. Knox, D. Guard-Friar, and R. MacColl

            Fast energy transfer observed by picosecond emission spectroscopy in biliprotein phycocyanin

            Paper DT4, APS Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Tue., Mar. 26, 1985

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc 30, 336 (1985)]

 

   35.     R. S. Knox

            Proposal to detect and characterize coherent vibrational energy transport in alpha-helical protein structures

            Poster at a conference Protein Structure:  Molecular and Electronic Reactivity, Philadelphia, PA, Mon., Apr. 15, 1985

 

   36.     Robert S. Knox

            Proposal to detect and characterize coherent vibrational energy transport in alpha-helical protein segments:  a progress report

            Works-in-progress session, ASP meeting, Universal City, CA, Thu., June 26, 1986 [poster]

 

   37.     Robert S. Knox and Su Lin

            Interpretation of transient linear dichroism spectra of LHC particles

            Poster 105-91, VII International Congress on Photosynthesis, Brown University, Providence, RI, August 11-12, 1986

 

   38.     R. Knox, D. Magde, L. Hancock, and D. Wuttke

            Search for vibrational excitation transfer in alpha-helical protein segments

            Paper NM1, APS meeting, New York, NY, Thu., Mar. 19, 1987

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 32, 799 (1987)

 

   39.     Robert S. Knox, Mark F. Bocko and David H. Douglass

            Frequency shifts of spectral lines due to source correlations

            Paper FD13, International Conference on Luminescence, Beijing, PRC, Tue., Aug. 18, 1987 (post-deadline poster session) [rsk present]

 

   40.     Su Lin and Robert S. Knox

            Time resolution of a short-wavelength component of chloroplast fluorescence at low temperatures

            Paper BC 01, International Conference on Luminescence, Beijing, PRC, Thu., Aug. 20, 1987  [presented by Lin]

 

   41.     Wayne H. Knox and Robert S. Knox

            Direct observation of the optical Wolf shift using white light interferometry

            at the Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, Rochester, NY, Thu., Oct. 22, 1987 (post-deadline session)

 

   42.     Lee France, Nicholas Geacintov, Su Lin, Bruce Wittmershaus, Robert S. Knox, and Jacques Breton

            Relationships between the different fluorescence decay components in chloroplasts investigated by picosecond laser pulse excitation

            Paper MAM-B7, ASP meeting, Colorado Springs, CO, Mon., Mar. 14, 1988  [del. By Wittmershaus?]

 

   43.     S. Lin, R. Schweitzer, and R. Knox

            Studies of temperature-dependent excitation transfer rates in light-harvesting chlorophyll-a/b complexes

            Works-in-progress paper, ASP meeting, Colorado Springs, CO, Thu., Mar. 17, 1988

 

 

   44.     Su Lin and Robert S. Knox

            Studies of energy transfer between light-harvesting chlorophyll and photosystem II in chloroplasts and green algae

            Poster, Fifth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 8, 1988

 

   45.     B. P. Wittmershaus, M. Mimuro, T. Nozawa, S. Lin, D. C. Brune, N. Tamai, R. S. Knox, R. E. Blankenship, and I. Yamazaki

            The energy harvesting antenna system of green photosynthetic bacteria

            Poster C28, VII International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy, Evanston, IL, July 31 - August 5, 1988 [bpw present]

 

   46.     Mamoru Mimuro, Tsuenori Nozawa, Naoto Tamai, B. Wittmershaus, R. E. Blankenship, S. Lin, R. S. Knox and Iwao Yamazaki

            Energy transfer in gliding filamentous green bacterium Chloroflexus aurianticus

            Paper -- Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists, Osaka, Japan, Wed., Apr. 5, 1989

 

   47.     Robert H. Hwang-Schweitzer and Robert S. Knox

            Preliminary results of intensity dependent fluorescence from Porphyridium cruentum: probing the phycobilisome with exciton annihilation

            Poster, Conference "Photosynthesis:  A multidisciplinary approach," Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Wed., Nov. 14, 1989 [rhs present]

 

   48.     Pamela B. Gibbs, John Biggins, Robert H. Hwang-Schweitzer, and Robert S. Knox

            Regulation of the distribution of excitation energy in  Ochromonas danica:  preliminary results from time-resolved fluorescence

            Poster, Conference "Photosynthesis:  a multidisciplinary approach", Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Wed., Nov. 14, 1989  [rhs present]

 

   49.     Hsiu-Cheng Chen, Gerard Mourou, and Robert Knox

            Subnanosecond time-resolved electron from thin crystalline gold films

            Poster A9.9, 1989 Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society, Cambridge, MA, Mon., Nov. 27, 1989 [hcc present]

 

   50.     Pamela B. Gibbs, John Biggins, Robert H. Hwang-Schweitzer, and  Robert S. Knox

            Regulation of excitation energy distribution in  Ochromonas danica at 77K studied by time resolved fluorescence spectroscopy

            Poster 13, Seventh Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat.-Sun., Apr. 14-15, 1990 [all but rsk present]

 

   51.     R. H. Hwang-Schweitzer, R. S. Knox, P. B. Gibbs, and J. Biggins

            Photoregulation in the chrysophyte  Ochromonas danica

            Paper J17 10, APS meeting, Cincinnati, OH, Wed., Mar. 20, 1991

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 36, 712 (1991)

 

   52.     R. H. Hwang-Schweitzer, R. S. Knox, P. B. Gibbs and J. Biggins

            Fluorescence studies of photoregulation in the chrysophyte Ochromonas danica

            Paper, Eighth Annual Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 13, 1991

 

   53.     Qipan Zhang, George McLendon, Thomas Nordlund, and Robert Knox

            Motions of the complex formed by cytochrome c peroxidase and cytochrome c:  time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy

            Poster 44, Symposium on Charge Transfer in Restricted Geometries, Rochester, NY, Fri., July 12, 1991 [all but tmn present]

 

   54.     D. GŸlen and R. S. Knox

            Time-resolved fluorescence depolarization in linear and nonlinear dimers

            Poster -- NATO Advanced Study Institute "Molecular Liquids:  New Perspectives in Physics and Chemistry", Luso, Portugal, Sep. 22 -- Oct. 4, 1991  [presented by dg]

 

   55.     R. H. Hwang-Schweitzer, J. T. Warden, and R. S. Knox

            Role of the F695 low temperature fluorescence band:  a fluorescence study of PSII particles and the green alga  Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

            Poster 16, Ninth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 11, 1992 [all present]

 

   56.     Akihisa Tomita, Jagdeep Shah, Dai-Sik Kim, T. C. Damen, J. M. Kuo, Stefan Schmitt-Rink, Peter Thomas, and Robert S. Knox

            Energy transfer between quantum wells by dipole-dipole interaction?

            Paper QWB3 -- Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Anaheim, CA  Wed., May 13, 1992 [presented by pt]

 

   57.     A. Tomita, J. Shah, Dai-Sik Kim, T. C. Damen, J. M. Kuo, S. Schmitt-Rink, P. Thomas, and R. S. Knox

            Dipole-dipole energy transfer between quantum wells?

            Paper TuK3 – XVIII International Quantum Electronics Conference, Vienna, Austria  Tue., June 16, 1992 [presented by js]

 

   58.     David S. Rifkin and Robert S. Knox

            A quantitative treatment of phycocyanin exciton splitting in a photosynthetic antenna system

            Poster p1-19-13 -- Seventh National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Salt Lake City, UT, Thu., Mar. 25, 1993 [dsr present]

 

   59.     E. A. Murphy and R. S. Knox

            A cross-disciplinary teaching experiment:  mechanics and calculus

            Poster -- Conference on the Introductory Physics Course, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, Sat., May 22, 1993 [eam present]

 

   60.     R. C. Gilmore and R. S. Knox

            Perrin's model revisited: a simplified approach to time-dependent optical anisotropy for nearly degenerate states

            Paper G13 2, APS meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, Tue., Mar. 22, 1994

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc 39, 382-383 (1994)

 

   61.     David R. Klug, Thomas Rech, D. Melissa Joseph, James R. Durrant, Robert S. Knox,

            James Barber and George Porter

            Distinguishing between energy and electron transfer processes in photosystem two reaction centres

            Poster, Ninth OSA Topical Meeting, Dana Beach, CA  July 1994.  [drk, jrd present]

 

   62.     J. R. Durrant, T. Rech, M. Joseph, F. Vacha, J. P. Dekker, R. van Grondelle, R. S. Knox, J. Barber, G. Porter, and D. R. Klug

            Excitons and energy in photosystem II reaction centres

            Poster 85, Gordon Research Conference on Photosynthesis: Biophysical Aspects, New Hampton, NH, August 7-12, 1994

 

   63.     R. C. Gilmore and R. S. Knox

            Perrin's model revisited: a simplified approach to time-dependent optical anisotropy for nearly degenerate states

            Poster, First European Research Conference on Photosynthesis, York, UK Aug. 27-31, 1994 [rsk present]

 

   64.     Robert S. Knox and Robert C. Gilmore

            Perrin's elliptical oscillator revisited:  a simplified approach to time-resolved optical anisotropy of molecular systems

            Poster 11, Twelfth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA  Sat., Mar. 25, 1995 [rsk present]

 

   65.     R. S. Knox and D. A. Sawicki

            Spectral variation and the Kennard-Stepanov temperature.  A possible new signature of excited-state relaxation processes

            Paper M-AM-G7, Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD  Mon. Feb. 19, 1996

            Biophys. J. 70, A131 only (1996)

 

   66.     Denise A. Sawicki and Robert S. Knox

            A new approach to the Kennard-Stepanov relation

            Paper and poster, Thirteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-13), Woods Hole, MA  Sun., Apr. 14, 1996

 

   67.     Christopher T. Holcomb and Robert S. Knox

            The relationship of intercompartmental excitation transfer rate constants to those of an underlying physical model

            Paper and poster, ERPC-13 (see above),  Sun., Apr. 14, 1996

 

   68.     C.-K. Law, J. H. Eberly, and R. S. Knox

            Stochastic processes with complex numbers:  a possible alternative interpretation of decay rate constants in fluorescence anisotropy

            Poster A5, Second International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter (EXCON Ô96), Kurort Gorisch, Germany, Fri., Aug. 16, 1996 [rsk present]

 

   69.     R. S. Knox, P. D. Laible, D. A. Sawicki and  M. F. J. Talbot

            Fluorescence of chlorophyll-a in solution does not originate in a thermally-equilibrated manifold

            Paper, International Conference on Luminescence (ICL Ô96), Prague, Czech Republic, Mon., Aug. 19, 1996

 

   70.     Philip D. Laible, Robert S. Knox, and Thomas G. Owens

            Fšrster-Dexter transfer: questions and answers about applications to the photosynthetic antenna

            Poster A4,  Fourteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-14), Woods Hole, MA  Sat., Mar. 22, 1997  [rsk, tgo present]

 

   71.     Kelly A. Hicks and Robert S. Knox

            A new approach to Kennard-Stepanov analysis:  applications to spheroidenes and PPV

            Paper and Poster B6, ERPC-14 (see above), Sat., Mar. 22, 1997 [kah, rsk present]

 

   72.     R. S. Knox, M. F. J. Talbot, P. D. Laible, and D. A. Sawicki

            Do excited chlorophylls approach thermal equilibrium?

            Poster B10,  ERPC-14 (see above),  Sat., Mar. 22, 1997 [rsk, mfjt present]

 

   73.     J. M. Larkin, W. R. Donaldson, T. H. Foster, and R. S. Knox

            Multiphoton excitation of rose bengal by near infrared light

            Paper SAM-F1, ASP meeting, St. Louis, MO, Sun., July 6, 1997

 

   74.     Robert S. Knox, Jamin S. Brown, Jeremy D. Kukafka, and Rawee Suwandechochai

            Hypothesis: a second triplet state of chlorophyll-a provides an alternative path for intersystem crossing from the Qy singlet state

            Poster 5, Fifteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-15). Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Mar. 14, 1998 [rsk, jdk, rs present]

 

   75.     J. M. Larkin, W. R. Donaldson, T. H. Foster, and R. S. Knox

            Reverse intersystem crossing from a triplet state of rose bengal populated by sequential 532- + 1064-nm laser excitation

            Paper FC32 4, APS meeting, Atlanta, GA, Mon., Mar. 22, 1999

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 44, 334-335 (1999) [jml, rsk present]

 

   76.     Robert S. Knox

            Excited-state equilibration in photosynthetic pigments

            Paper JC31 3, APS meeting, Atlanta, GA, Tue., Mar. 23, 1999

            Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 44, 567-only (1999)

 

   77.     Robert S. Knox and Jamin S. Brown

            The possible role of excited triplet states in the fluorescence of chlorophyll a

            Poster P5, Sixteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-16), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 1999 [both present]

 

   78.     Aleksander S. Radunsky and Robert S. Knox

            Effect of excited-state relaxation on the Kennard-Stepanov relation and excitation transfer rates

            Poster P4, ERPC-16 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 1999 [both present]

 

   79.     Robert S. Knox

            Tracking excited-state relaxation with the Kennard-Stepanov relation

            Poster 15, Seventeenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 15, 2000 [rsk not present because of illness.  Abstract published in proceedings.  Presented however as a poster (#19) at the Gordon Research Conference ÒBiophysical Aspects of Photosynthesis,Ó Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, NH, under the title Extension of the Kennard-Stepanov relation to non-equilibrated excited states: application to chlorophyll-a in solution and in protein complexes,  Mon., June 19, 2000]

 

   80.     Robert S. Knox

            The Fšrster excitation transfer rate between chlorophylls: a twenty-five year update

            Poster 3, Eighteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-18), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 21, 2001

 

   81.     Jennifer E. Dawson, Laura A. Allaire, Demet GŸlen, and Robert S. Knox,

            Optical anisotropy of interacting chromophores in protein complexes:  exploration of a stochastic theory

            Poster 8, ERPC-18 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 21, 2001 [jed, rsk present]

 

   82.     Robert S. Knox and Herbert van Amerongen

            Conventional Fšrster theory revisited: the refractive index question

            Poster, LHC2001, a workshop on light-harvesting chlorophyll proteins, Surfers Paradise, Australia, Wed.-Fri. Aug. 15-17, 2001.

 

   83.     Robert S. Knox

            Dipole strengths of chlorophyll-a and bacteriochlorophyll-a

            Poster S2-008, at PS2001, the XII International Congress on Photosynthesis, Brisbane, Australia, Sat.-Thu. Aug. 18-23, 2001.

 

   84.     Robert S. Knox and Bryan Q. Spring

            Dipole strengths of the Qy(Ô0-0Õ) band of the chlorophylls

            Poster 12, Nineteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-19), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 13, 2002  [rsk present]

 

   85.     Katie E. Lotterhos, Robert S. Knox, and Demet GŸlen

            Effect of inhomogeneous broadening on optical anisotropy in magnesium tetraphenyl porphyrin

            Poster 13, ERPC-19 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 13, 2002  [kel, rsk present]

 

   86.     Robert S. Knox and Herbert van Amerongen

            Conventional Fšrster theory revisited:  the refractive index question

            Poster 15, ERPC-19 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 13, 2002  [rsk present]

 

   87.     Demet GŸlen, Robert S. Knox, and Katie E. Lotterhos

            Effect of inhomogeneous broadening on optical anisotropy in magnesium tetraphenyl porphyrin

            Workshop on femtosecond photosynthesis, Belek-Antalya, Turkey, Oct. 5-9, 2002   [dg present]

 

   88.     Demet GŸlen, Robert S. Knox, and Katie E. Lotterhos

            Applications of a Stochastic Liouville Equation formalism to several systems: square symmetric molecules and photosynthetic antennae

            ESF Workshop on Ultrafast time domain of organic semiconductor and supramolecular functions, …renŠs Slott, Sweden, Nov. 23-26, 2002  [dg present]

 

   89.     David G. Rand, Robert S. Knox, and Thomas G. Owens

            Photosynthetic excitons in PS I: an evaluation of the key exciton-monomer chlorophyll interactions that determine the efficiency of light harvesting

            Paper B4, Twentieth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-20), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 12, 2003  [delivered by Rand, all present]

 

   90.     Robert S. Knox

            Solving a dipole strength riddle:  theory, and updated D values in four chlorophylls (chl-a, chl-b, bchl-a, bchl-c)

            Poster P4, ERPC-20 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 12, 2003

 

   91.     David G. Rand, Robert S. Knox, and Thomas G. Owens

            Photosynthetic excitons in PS I: the dependence of singlet energy transfer rates on pigment orientation and spectral characteristics

            Poster B9, ERPC-20 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 12, 2003 [all present]

 

   92.     L. E. Schmidt, H. L. Helfer, and R. S. Knox

            Development of an elementary climate model

            Rochester Climate Change Symposium, Rochester, NY, Sat., May 17, 2003 [delivered by Knox, Schmidt also present]

 

   93.     D. H. Douglass, Alphonso Magri, and R. S. Knox

            Carbon dioxide lags temperature in Vostok ice

            Rochester Climate Change Symposium, Rochester, NY, Sat., May 17, 2003 [delivered by Magri, all present]

 

   94.     D. H. Douglass, Eric Blackman, and R. S. Knox

            Climate sensitivity of the earth to solar irradiance at yearly frequencies

            Rochester Climate Change Symposium, Rochester, NY, Sat., May 17, 2003 [delivered by Douglass, all present]

 

   95.     Robert A. Forties, Eve Hindin, Robert S. Loewe, Ambroise Arounaguiry, Christine Kirmaier, Jonathan S. Lindsey, David F. Bocian, Dewey Holten, and Robert S. Knox

            Long-range excitation transfer in bonded porphyrin structures

            Poster 40, 21st Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-21), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 2004 [raf, rsk present]

 

   96.     David G. Rand, Robert S. Knox, and Thomas G. Owens

            Modeling exciton states in energy transfer:  simulation of energy transfer kinetics in the reaction center complex of Rhodobacter sphaeroides

            Paper E5, ERPC-21 (see above), Woods Hole, MA, Sun., Apr. 18, 2004 [delivered by Rand, all present]

 

   97.     David G. Rand, Robert S. Knox, and Thomas G. Owens

            Modeling exciton states in energy transfer:  simulation of energy transfer kinetics in the reaction center complex of Rhodobacter sphaeroides

            Poster 23, Light harvesting system workshop, St. Adele, PQ, Canada, Thu., Aug. 26, 2004 [rsk present]

 

   98.     Robert Forties, Eve Hindin, Robert Loewe, Ambroise Arounaguiry, Christine Kirmaier, David Bocian, Jonathan Lindsey, Dewey Holten, and Robert Knox

            Long-range excitation transfer in bonded porphyrin structures

            Poster P4Aa-18, 13th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Montreal, PQ, Canada, Sun., Aug. 29, 2004 [rsk present]

 

   99.     David H. Douglass, B. David Clader, and Robert S. Knox

            Climate sensitivity of Earth to solar irradiance: update

            2004 Solar Radiation and Climate (SORCE) meeting on Decade Variability in the Sun and the Climate, Meredith, NH, Oct. 27-29, 2004

 

100.     David H. Douglass, B. David Clader, and Robert S. Knox

            Climate sensitivity of Earth to solar irradiance: update II

            AGU meeting, New Orleans, June 2005 [read for the authors by S. F. Singer]

 

101.     Robert S. Knox and William W. Parson

            Entropy production and the Second Law in Photosynthesis

            Poster 1, 24th Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-24), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 21, 2007 [rsk present]

 

102.     Valerie A. Rapson and Robert S. Knox

            Analysis of an aerosol-based geo-engineering proposal

            RSPS (physics studentsÕ symposium), West Point Academy, West Point, NY, Sat., Apr. 4, 2009  [rsk credited as coauthor on Powerpoint]