David Roesel

Random picture from my travels.
Seattle, WA, USA

Publications

2023

High throughput wide field second harmonic imaging of giant unilamellar vesicles.
Maksim Eremchev, David Roesel, Pierre-Marc Dansette, Andrejus Michailovas, and Sylvie Roke
Biointerphases, 18, 031202.
doi: 10.1116/6.0002640

Passive transport of Ca2+ ions through lipid bilayers imaged by widefield second harmonic microscopy.
Maksim Eremchev, David Roesel, Chetan S. Poojari, Aurélien Roux, Jochen S. Hub, and Sylvie Roke
Biophysical Journal, 122, 4, 624–631.
doi: 10.1016/j.bpj.2023.01.018

2022

Ion-induced transient potential fluctuations facilitate pore formation and cation transport through lipid membranes.
David Roesel, Maksim Eremchev, Chetan S. Poojari, Jochen S. Hub, and Sylvie Roke
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 144, 51, 23352–23357.
doi: 10.1021/jacs.2c08543

Water as a contrast agent to quantify surface chemistry and physics using second harmonic scattering and imaging: A perspective.
David Roesel, Maksim Eremchev, Tereza Schönfeldová, Seonwoo Lee, and Sylvie Roke
Applied Physics Letters, 120, 160501.
doi: 10.1063/5.0085807

2021

Imaging Cu2+ binding to charged phospholipid membranes by high-throughput second harmonic wide-field microscopy.
Seonwoo Lee, David Roesel, and Sylvie Roke
The Journal of Chemical Physics, 155, 184704.
doi: 10.1063/5.0063362

2020

Highly Rectifying Heterojunctions Formed by Annealed ZnO Nanorods on GaN Substrates.
Stanislav Tiagulskyi, Roman Yatskiv, Hana Faitová, Šárka Kučerová, David Roesel, Jan Vaniš, Jan Grym, and Jozef Veselý
Nanomaterials, 10, 508.
doi: 10.3390/nano10030508

2017

Quantitative three-dimensional ice roughness from scanning electron microscopy.
Nicholas Butterfield, Penny M. Rowe, Emily Stewart, David Roesel, and Steven Neshyba
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122(5), 3023–3041.
doi: 10.1002/2016JD026094