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RESEARCH PERFORMANCE (as per Publications)

[For, I learned it from Dr. Younouss Dicko and Dr. Moussa Maiga (ENSup, Mali, West Africa), Drs. James McCleanann and Yong Wook Kim (Lehigh Univ., PA, USA), and the late Boyd Professor Joseph Callaway (LSU, LA, USA)]

 

Mostly Physics Publications [Scientific/technical & mostly refereed articles/papers. Please also see , farther below, scholarly publications on teaching, mentoring, and learning (TML).]

 

 

154. Realizing the Potentials of Density Functional Theory (DFT) and of the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI), Diola Bagayoko and Yacouba Issa DIAKITE, Refereed Proceedings, African Materials Research Society Conference, Dakar, Senegal, December 12-15, 2022. …Journal: MRS Advances, April, 2023. MRS Advances https://doi.org/10.1557/s43580-023-00562-w

 

153. “First-Principles Investigation of Electronic and Related Properties of Cubic Magnesium Silicide (Mg2Si),” Allé Dioum , Yacouba I. Diakité, Yuiry Malozovsky, Blaise Awola Ayirizia, Aboubaker Chedikh Beye, and Diola Bagayoko, Computation 2023, 11, 40. https://doi.org/10.3390/ computation11020040

 

152, « Calcul de premier principe des propriétés électroniques Exactes de l'arséniure d'indium dans la structure zinc blende (Zb-InAs), » by Yacouba Issa Diakite, Yuriy Malozovsky, Cheick Oumar Bamba, Lashounda Franklin, Diola Bagayoko. Refereed Proceedings, MSAS-2022, Vol. 2, Pages 338-342, SEGOU, Mali.

 

151. “ Comprendre la Theorie Relativiste de la Fonctionnelle de la Densite et la Completer dans la Pratique, » D. Bagayoko and Yacouba Issa DIAKITE, Refereed Proceedings, Vol. 2, Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS), Pages 318-327, July 31- August 6, 2022, in SEGOU, MALI.

 

150 ”First principle calculation of accurate electronic and related properties of zinc blende indium Arsenide (zb-InAs).” Yacouba Issa DIAKITE, Yuriy Malozovsky, Cheick Omar Bamba, LaShounda Franklin, and Diola Bagayoko. Materials: 2022, 15, 3690. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma15103690

 

149. “Supporting Historically Underrepresented Groups in STEM Higher Education: The Promise of Structured Mentoring Networks, ”Robert S. Markle, Tyrslai M. Williams*, Kristen S. Williams, Karin H. deGravelles, Diola Bagayoko, Isiah M. Warner.

Hypothesis and TheoryFront. Educ. - STEM EducationSubmitted on: 01 Mar 2021, Edited by: Bonita London, Reviewed by: Erwin Cabrera, Janet Colvin, Sarah Schwartz

https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2022.674669

 

148. “Ab Initio Calculation of Accurate Electronic and Transport Properties of Zinc Blende Gallium Antimonide (zb-GaSb),” by Yacouba Issa Diakite, Yuriy Malozovsky, Cheick Oumar Bamba, Lashounda Franklin, Diola Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics Vol.13 No. 4, April 2022.

(https://doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2022.134029)

 

147. “Ground State Properties of Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Beryllium Sulfide (BeS),”

Blaise Ayirizia, Janee’ S. Brumfield, Y. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko. Materials (October) 2021, 14, 6128. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14206128.

 

146. “Accurate, First-Principle Study of Electronic and Related Properties of the Ground State of Li2Se,” Abdoulaye Goita, Feng Gao, Ifeanyi H. Nwigboji, Yuriy Malozovsky, Lashounda Franklin, and Diola Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics (JMP), 10, 909-921, July 2019. [Available online at: https://doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2019.108060]

 

145. "Ab Initio Computations of Electronic, Transport, and Related Properties of Chromium Disilicide (CrSi2),” Mathias Shaibu, Yuriy Malozovsky, Lashounda Franklin, and Diola Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics (JMP), Vol.9, No.14, December 2018. [Available online at: https://file.scirp.org/pdf/JMP_2018121916060054.pdf]

 

144. “Reliable Density Functional Calculations for the Electronic Structure of Thermoelectric Material ZnSb,” Guang-Lin Zhao, Feng Gao, and D. Bagayoko. AIP Advances 8, 105211, October 2018. [Available online at: doi: 10.1063/1.5051346]

 

143. “Predictions of electronic, transport, and bulk properties of Magnesium Sulfide (MgS) in the rock salt structure,” U. Bhandari, C. Bamba, Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics, 9, 1773-1784, August 2018. [Available online at: http://file.scirp.org/pdf/JMP_2018080711084138.pdf]

 

142. “First-principles studies of electronic, transport and bulk properties of pyrite FeS2,” D. Banjara, Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. AIP Advances, 8, 025212. February 2018. [Available at: https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4996551]

 

141. “Accurate electronic, transport, and related properties of wurtzite beryllium oxide (w-BeO)," C. Bamba, R. Inakpenu, Y. Diakite, L. Franklin, Y. Malozovsky, A. Stewart, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics, 8, 1938-1949. November 2017. [Available online at: http://www.scirp.org/journal/imp and http://file.scirp.org/Html/3-7503273_80400.htm]

 

140. “Ab-initio computations of electronic, transport, and structural properties of zinc-blende beryllium selenide (zb-BeSe),” R. Inakpenu, C. Bamba, I. Nwigboji, L. Franklin, Y. Malozovsky, G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. Published in the March 2017 Special Edition on Density Functional Theory in the Journal of Modern Physics, 8, 552-566, March 2017. [Available online at: http://www.scirp.org/journal/imp.]

 

139. “Accurate Electronic, Transport, and Bulk Properties of Zinc Blende Gallium Arsenide (zb-GaAs),” Y. Diakite’, S. D. Traore, Y. Malozovsky, B. Khamala, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. Published in the March 2017 Special Edition on Density Functional Theory in the Journal of Modern Physics, 8, 531-546, March 2017. [Available online at: http://www.scirp.org/journal/imp.]

 

138. “Ab-initio Calculations of Electronic and Transport Properties of Calcium Fluoride (CaF),” B. Bohara, Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. Published on ResearchGate https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316736679, 2016.

 

137. Comments on “All-electron mixed basis GW calculations of TiO2 and ZnO crystals,” D. Bagayoko, Y. Diakite’, C. E. Ekuma, and L. Franklin. Published on ResearchGate, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/308994799, and on ArXiv (arXiv:1610.04657), https://arxiv.org/abs/1610.04637, October 2016.

 

136. The law of human performance and applications (www.subr.edu/timbuktuAcademy)

 

135. "Accurate ab-initio calculations of electronic properties of materials for energy technologies,” Dr. Diola Bagayoko. Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies for Smart and Clean Cities (SETS & CC-2016), Tirupati, India. Editors: K. N. Satyanarayana et al., July 27-29, 2016.

 

134. "Calculated electronic, transport, and related properties of zinc blende boron arsenide (zb-BAs)," I. Nwigboji, Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko, Journal of Applied Physics (JAP) 120, 145701 (2016); available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4964421.

 

133. “Accurate Electronic, Transport, and Bulk Properties of Zinc Blende Gallium Arsenide (zb-GaAs),” Y. Diakite’, S. D. Traore, Y. Malozovsky, B. Khamala, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics (JMP), 2017, 8, 531-546. Available at https://doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2017.84035

 

132. “Understanding the Relativistic Generalization of Density Functional Theory (DFT) and Completing it in Practice,” D. Bagayoko. Journal of Modern Physics (JMP). 7, 911-919, (2016), http://www.scirp.org/journal/jmp, http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2016.79083

 

131. “Calculated Electronic, Transport, and Bulk Properties of zinc-blende Zinc Sulphide (zb-ZnS),” B. Khamala, L. Franklin, Y. Malozovsky, A. Stewart, H. Saleem, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Computational Condensed Matter, January 2016, (Elsevier) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cocom2015.12.001

 

130. “Calculated Electronic and Related Properties of Wurtize and Zinc Blende Gallium Nitride (GaN),” Y. Diakite’, S. Traore, Y. Malozovsky, B. Khamala, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. African Reviews of Physics and International Journal of the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste’, Italy, (2015) 10:0039

 

129. “High Microwave Absorption of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (Outer Diameter 10-20 nm)-Epoxy Composites in R-Band,” J. Ejembi, I. Nwigboji, Z. Wang, D. Bagayoko, G. Zhao. Physical Science International Journal 8(4), (2015)

 

128. “Ab initio prediction of electronic, transport, and bulk properties of Li2S,” Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, C. Ekuma, and D. Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B, 29 (2015). DOI:10.1142/S02179215420060

 

127.“Density Functional Theory Understood and Completed Applications: Material Genome Initiative,” D. Bagayoko, Proceeding, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 65-68, July 2015

 

126.“Nitrogen and Iron Co-Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes as Cathode Catalyst for Hydrogen Fuel Cells,” F. Gao, G. Zhao, Z. Wang, D. Bagayoko, and D. Liu, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 181-184, July 2015

 

125.“Ab-initio Calculations of Electronic Properties of Calcium Flouride (CaF2),” B. Bohara, Y. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 17-20, July 2015

 

124.“Ab-Initio Computations of Electronic and Transport Properties of Cubic Sodium Selenide (Na2Se),” O. Kayode, I. Nwigboji, Y. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 13-16, July 2015

 

123.“Ab-initio Computations of Electronic and Related Properties of cubic lithium selenide (Li2Se),” A. Goita, I. Nwigboji, Y. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, July 2015

 

122.“Microwave Absorption Properties of Long Carbon Nanotubes ( Length ~100mm, OD 8-15nm) – Epoxy Composites,” K. Li and G. Zhao, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 153-156, July 2015

 

121.“Accurate Electronic, Transport and Bulk Properties of Li2S and Na2Se,” Y. Malozovsky, W. Lynn, B. Khamala, L.Franklin, E.C.Ekuma, and D.Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 21-24, July 2015

 

120. “First Principles Simulation of Pressure Induced Ductility for Sulphur Doped Nickel METAL,” C. Guo, S. Yang, D. Bagayoko, B. Chen, and J. Yan, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 105-108, July 2015

 

119.“ A Short Ranged Empirical Potential for Yttria Stabilized Zirconia,” S. Kodiyalam, M. Benissan, S. Akwaboa, P. Mensah, A. Jana, and D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 5-8, July 2015

 

118. Ab - Initio Calculations of the Electronic, Transport, and Bulk Properties of Cubic Boron Nitride,” A. Stewart, D. Hart, B. Khamala, Y. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko, Journal of Advances in Physics, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2277-2286 (2015).

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277013681_Ab_-_Initio_Calculations_of_the_Electronic_Transport_and_Bulk_Properties_of_Cubic_Boron_Nitride

 

117.“Microwave Absorption Properties of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (outer diameter 20-30nm) Epoxy Composites from 1 to 26.5GHz” Ifeanyi H. Nwigboji, John I. Ejembi, Zhou Wang, Diola Bagayoko, Guang-Lin Zhao. J. Diamond and Related Materials. 52, 66-71 (2015) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925963514002507

 

116.“Ab-initio computation of electronic and transport properties of wurtzite aluminum nitride (w-AlN),” I. H. Nwigboji, J. I. Ejembi, Y. Malozovsky, B. Khamala, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, C. E. Ekuma, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Materials Chemistry and Physics, 157, 80-86 (2015) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254058415001716

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matchemphys.2015.03.019

 

115. “Catalytic reaction on FeN4/C site of nitrogen functionalized carbon nanotubes as cathode catalyst for hydrogen fuel cells,” F. Gao, G. L. Zhao, Z. Wang, D. Bagayoko, and D. J. Liu, Catalysis Commun., Vol. 62, Pages 79-82, 5 March 2015.   http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1566736715000230 ‚Äč

 

114. “Understanding Density Functional Theory (DFT) and Completing it in Practice,” D. Bagayoko, AIP Advances 4, 127104 (2014). DOI:10.1063/1.4903408 [ http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4903408] 

 

113. “Comprendre la théorie de la fonctionnelle de la densité (TFD ou DFT) et la compléter en pratique,” D. Bagayoko. 2014 Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS-2014), International Conference Center of Bamako (ICCB ou CICB in French), Bamako, Mali, Pages 251-258, August 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/2.1.3722.6566.

 

112. “Ab-initio calculations of electronic, transport, and structural properties of boron phosphide,”

J. I. Ejembi, I. H. Nwigboji, L. Franklin, Y. Malozovsky, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 103711 (2014).

 

111. “Density Functional Theory Revisited: The Mathematical and Physical Conditions for the Physical Content of the Eigenvalues,” Diola Bagayoko, Lashounda Franklin, Chinedu Ekuma, Yuriy Malozovsky, Bethuel Khamala, Yacouba I. Diakite, Azizjon Saliev. Proceedings, 2013 Symposium of Louisiana Alliance for Simulation Guided Material Application (LASiGMA), Marriot Hotel, Baton Rouge, LA, July 29, 2013.

 

110. “Energy structure of two dimensional graphene semiconductor quantum dot,” J. T. Wang, G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, D. S. Guo, J. C. Chen, and Z. W. Sun, World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics (WJCMP), 3, 144-151. DOI:10.42361/wjcmp.2013.33023, 2013. [Available online at: http://www.scirp.org/journal/wjcmp.]

 

109. “Parallel molecular dynamics simulations and immersive visualization of thermal barrier coating (TBC) components: thermally grown oxide (TGO) and yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ),” Sanjay Kodiyalam, Michael Benissan, Stephen Akwaboa, Patrick F. Mensah, Amitava Jana and Diola Bagayoko, Proceedings of the ASME 2013 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, IMECE2013, November 13-21 2013, San Diego, California, USA, IMECE2013-66625.

 

108. “First principles simulation on the K0.8Fe2Se2 high-temperature structural superconductor,” R. Guo, S. Yang, E. Khosravi, G. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko PHYSICA C 493 55 (2013).

 

107. “Ab-initio Calculations of Electronic Properties of InP and GaP,” Y. Malozovsky, L. Franklin, E. C. Ekuma*, G. L. Zhao, and Diola Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B. 27(15), 1362013-1 - 1362013-8.(2013)

 

106. “Electronic Structure of K0.8Fe2Se2 from Density Functional Theory GW Method,” Liuxi Tan, Rui Guo, Shizhong Yang, Ebrahim Khosravi, Guang-Lin Zhao, and Diola Bagayoko. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism in October 2012. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 27, No. 15, 1362017 (2013) https://doi.org/10.1142/S0217979213620178

 

105. “Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Vizualization of Thermal Barrier Coatings,” Sanjay Kodiyalam, Michael G. Bessissan, Stephen Akwaboa, Patrick Mensah, Amitava Jana, and Diola Bagayoko, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 77-80, July 2012.

 

104. “Self-Consistent Calculations of Electronic Properties of Systems with Energy or Band Gap,” Diola Bagayoko, Lashounda Franklin, and Chinedu Ekuma, Proceedings, LASiGMA Symposium, Pages 117-120, July 2012.

 

103. “Electronic, structural, and elastic properties of metal nitrides XN (X = Sc, Y): A _First principle study” Chinedu E. Ekuma, Diola Bagayoko, Mark Jarrell, and Juana Moreno, AIP Advances, 2, 032163 (2012)

 

102. “Re-examining the electronic structure of germanium: A first principle study,” C. E. Ekuma, M. Jarrell, J. Moreno, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko, Physics Letters A, Vol. 377, Issues 34–36, 1 , Pages 2172-2176 (2013) [Available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physleta.2013.05.043]

 

101. “First principle electronic, structural, elastic, and optical properties of strontium titanate,” E. C. Ekuma, M. Jarrell, J. Moreno, and D. Bagayoko. AIP Advances. 2, 012189. (2012)

 

100. “Density functional theory description of electronic properties of wurtzite zinc oxide (w-ZnO),” L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 74 (5): 729–736 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpcs.2013.01.013)

           

99. “Ab-initio and Doubly Self-Consistent Description and Prediction of Properties of Materials with Density Functional Theory (DFT),” D. Bagayoko, E. C. Ekuma, and L. Franklin, May 15, 2011. An article describing the essence of our breakthrough with the BZW method in accurate, ab-initio calculations of properties of materials. Proceedings, LASiGMA Syposium, 2011.

 

98. “Local Density Approximation Description of Electronic Properties of Wurtzite Cadmium Sulfide (w-CdS),” E. C. Ekuma, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, J. T. Wang, and D. Bagayoko. Published in the Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Science (2010). A much extended version of this paper has been published in the Canadian Journal of Physics. 89(3), 319-324. (2011)

 

97. “Local Density Approximation Description of Electronic Properties of Wurtzite Cadmium Sulfide (w-CdS),” E. C. Ekuma, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, J. T. Wang, and D. Bagayoko. Canadian Journal of Physics. 89 (3), 319-324. (2011)

 

96. “Ab-Initio Local Density Approximation Description of the Electronic Properties of Zinc Blende Cadmium Sulfide (zb-CdS).” E. C. Ekuma, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, J. T. Wang, and D. Bagayoko. Published in Physica B. 406, 1477-1480. (2011)

 

95. “First Principle Local Density Approximation Description of Electronic Properties of Ferroelectric Sodium Nitrite (NaNO2).” E. C. Ekuma, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, J. T. Wang, and D. Bagayoko. Materials Chemisty and Physics, 136 1137-1142 (2012).

 

94. “Ab-initio Electronic Properties of Rutile TiO2.” C. E. Ekuma and D. Bagayoko. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics. 50, 101103. (2011)

 

93. “First Principle Study of Electronic Structures of w-CdS, zb-CdS, w-ZnO, and Ferro-NaNO2,” E. C. Ekuma, D. Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, L. Franklin, and J. T. Wang. African Journal of Physics. 3, 119-130. (2011)

 

92. “Band structures of narrow gap semiconductors in terms of Coulombic polaron effect,” J. D. Fan, Y. M. Malozovsky, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism. ISSN:1557-1947. (2010)

 

91. “Density Functional Description of Electronic Properties of Wurtzite Zinc Oxide (w-ZnO),” L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko. Published in the Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Science (2010).

 

90. “Unusual Optical Properties of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Mats in Infrared Energy Region,” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and L. Yang,J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 9, 1603-1606. (2009)

 

89. Comment on “Band gap bowing and electron localization of GaXIn1-XN” [J. Appl. Phys., vol. 100, page 093717 (2006)]. D. Bagayoko, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, and H. Jin, J. Appl. Phys. 103, 096101 (2008).

 

88. “A Solution to the Band Gap Catastrophe: Predictive Calculations of Properties of Semiconductors and of Nuclei.” D. Bagayoko. Proceedings, International Seminar on Theoretical Physics and Applications to Development (ISOTPAND), August 2008, Abuja, Nigeria. Available in the African Journal of Physics (http://sirius-c.ncat.edu/asn/ajp/allissue/ajp-ISOTPAND/index.html).

 

87. “Electronic Structure of C60 Semiconductors under Controlled Doping with B, N, and Co Atoms.”

G. L. Zhao, S. Yang, D. Bagayoko, J. Tang, and Z. J. Wang. Published in Conference Proceedings.

 

86. “Predictions of the Electronic Structure and Related Properties of Cubic Calcium Hexaboride (CaB6).” L. Franklin, D. Bagayoko, H. Jin, and G. L. Zhao. Published in the Proceedings of the 2007 Conference of the Louisiana Academy of Science.

 

85. “Modeling and analysis of average daily air temperature from the GLOBE program and applications to teaching and learning science.” Siaka Sangaré, Komakan Konaté, and Diola Bagayoko. Published in the Proceedings, 2007 Conference of the Louisiana Academy of Science.

 

84. “Electronic structure of rutile Titanium Dioxide (TiO2).” H. Jin, L. Franklin, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko. Published in the Proceedings of the 2007 Conference of the Louisiana Academy of Science.

 

83. « Modélisation et analyse de quelques données de température du programme GLOBE. » Siaka Sangaré, Komakan Konaté, and Diola Bagayoko. Proceedings, 2006 Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS2006). Pages 71-81, 2008.

 

82. “A Proposed New Measurement of the Superconducting Gap in YBa2Cu3O7.” G. L. Zhao* and D. Bagayoko, Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol.21, Nos. 18 & 19, 3290 (2007).

 

81. “A Universal Relation between the Densities of States near Van Hove Singularities and the Effective Electron Masses in 1-Dimensional Materials.” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko, Journal of Nanotechnology for publication B, Vol. 21, Nos. 18 & 19, 3477 (2007).

 

80. Comments on “Band structures and optical spectra of InN polymorphs: Influence of quasiparticle and excitonic effects,” D. Bagayoko, L. Franklin, H. Jin, and G. L. Zhao. Phys. Rev. 76, 037101 (2007).

 

79. “Density functional Calculations of the Growth and Structural Properties of Short Carbon Nanotubes,” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. Refereed Proceedings, International Conference, Swizerland, July 2006.

 

78. “Calculated Optical Properties of Wurtzite InN,” H. Jin, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko. Journal of Appl. Phys. 101, 033123 (2007).

 

77. “Predictions des Propriétés Electroniques des Atomes, Molécules, et Semi-conducteurs.” D. Bagayoko. Proceedings, 2004 Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS), Bamako, Mali. Pages 53-58. ISBN No. 951-42-8026-1.

 

76. “Optical Properties of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Mats for Photonic Applications.” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko and L.Yang. Journal of Appl. Phys. 99, 2006

 

75. “Density Functional Band Gaps of AlAs.” H. Jin, G. L. Zhao, and D. Bagayoko. Phys. Rev. B73, 245214 (2006).

 

74. “Structural, Elastic, and Electronic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Under Uniaxial Strain,” A. Pullen, G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and L. Yang. Physical Review B 71, 205410 (2005). (Mr. Pullen is a former Timbuktu Academy Scholar earned his Ph.D. from Cal-Tech and accepted a position at JPL, in 2011.)

 

73. “Ab-initio Simulations of the Growth and Structural Properties of Short Carbon Nanobells.” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and E. G. Wang. Proceedings of the 2005 China Conference on Nanoscience and Technology , Beijing, China, July 2005.

 

72. “A Universal Relation Between the Densities of States Near van Hove Singularities in 1-Dimentional semiconductors.” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. Proceedings of the 2005 China Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing, China, July 2005.

 

71. “Re-examination of the Ab-initio Calculation of the Electronic Structures of ZnSe, Ge, and GaAs.”

G. L. Zhao, L. Franklin, and D. Bagayoko. Submitted to Physical Review B, 2005.

 

70. “LDA and LCAO-BZW Description of Electronic Properties of Wurtzite Zinc Oxide (w-ZnO).” Diola Bagayoko, Lashounda Franklin, and G. L. Zhao. Proceedings of the 2005 National Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists (www.nsbp.org), Orlando, Florida.

 

69. “Predictions of Electronic, Structural, and Elastic Properties of Cubic InN.” Diola Bagayoko, Lashounda Franklin, and G. L. Zhao, Journal of Applied Physics 96, 4297-4301, 2004.

 

68. “Density Functional Band Gap of Wurtzite InN.” Diola Bagayoko and Lashounda Franklin, Journal of Applied Physics, 97, 123708, 2005.

 

67 “Effective Masses of Charge Carriers in Selected Symmorphic and Nonsymmorphic Carbon Nanotubes.” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and L. Yang, Phys. Rev. B 69, 245416, June 2004.

 

66. “BZW Results for the Band Gaps of Nanoscale, Bulk, and Novel Semiconductors.” Diola Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, Saleem Hasan, Troy D. William*, Yixin Luo*, Lashounda Torrence*, and Monika Wright**. Former undergraduate (**) and graduate (*) students of Bagayoko and Zhao. Proceedings, Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS), Bamako, Mali. ISBN No. 951-42-7322-2, Pages 32-36, University of Oulu Press, Oulu, Finland, 2002.

 

65. “GLOBE: An Ideal Platform for Science Education and Global Climate Change Research (GCCR).” Bagayoko, R. L. Ford, and R. Boger. Published in the 2002 Proceedings of the Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS), Bamako, Mali. ISBN No. 951-42-7322-2, Pages

145-150. University of Oulu Press, Oulou, Finland, 2002.

 

64. “Electronic Structure of Short Carbon Nanobells.” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and E. G. Wang,

Modern Physics Letters B., Vol. 17, 375 (2003).

 

63. “The BZW Method and the Electronic Properties of Zinc Selenide (ZnSe).” Lashounda Torrence,

Diola Bagayoko, and G. L. Zhao. Proc. Louisiana Academy of Science, Vol. 66, 1-9 (2004).

 

62. “The Metallic Nature of Boron Layers in Magnesium Diboride (MgB2).” G. L. Zhao, A. Pullen, and

D. Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 17, Nos. 30 & 31, Pages 5905-5910,

2004.

 

61. “A Mathematical Solution of the Band Gap Problem.” D. Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, and S. Hasan. In Contemporary Problems In Mathematical Physics, Edited by Jan Govaerts, M. Norbert Hounkonnou, and Alfred Z. Msezane, World Scientific, London (ISBN 981-02-4935-7). Pages 222-232 (2002).

 

60. “Basic and Advanced Research Training for the New Millennium: the Model of the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko, R. Bobba, E. L. Kelley, and S. Hasan. Journal of Materials Education, Vol. 24 (1-3), Pages 177-184, 2002.

 

59. “Density of States, Charge Transfer, and Optical Properties of Magnesium Diboride.” D. Bagayoko and G. L. Zhao. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 16, No. 4, 571-581, (2002).

 

58. “Ab-Initio Description and Prediction of Properties of Carbon-Based and Other Non-Metallic Materials.” D. Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, and S. Hasan. Proceedings of the Sixth Applied Diamond Conference/Second Frontier Carbon Technology Conference (ADC/FCT) 2001, Auburn University, August 4-8, 2001. Pages 544-549, 2001. ISBN# 0-9710327-0-X, NASA/CP-2001-210948.

 

57. "Superconducting Gap Symmetry from Repulsive Interaction in a Spin Singlet Channel.” Yuri Malozovsky, J. D. Fan, and D. Bagayoko. Physica C 364-365, Pages 59-65, 2001.

 

56. "Predicted Electronic Properties of Cubic Silicon Nitride (c-Si3N4), D. Bagayoko and G. L. Zhao. Physica C 364-365, Pages 261-264, 2001.

 

55."Anomalous Isotope Effect in Narrow Band Superconductors." G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. Physica C 364-365, Pages 21-23, 2001.

 

54."The BZW Method and Calculations of Electronic and Related Properties of Zinc Oxide (ZnO)." D. Bagayoko and G. L. Zhao.

 

53. "Temperature Dependence of the Anisotropic Gap in Yba2Cu3O7.” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko, Physica C 341-348,161-162, 2000.

 

52. "Electronic Structure and Fermi Surface of CrO2.” N. E. Brener, J. M. Tyler, J. Callaway, D. Bagayoko, and G. L. Zhao, Physical Review B61, No. 24, 16582-16588, 2000.

 

51. "Le Montage ou développement de Projets Sponsorisés.” D. Bagayoko and M. Diarra, Refereed Proceedings, First Mali Symposium on Applied Sciences. University of Mali, Bamako, Mali, West Africa. Pages 185-192. Editor: Dr. Seydou Fad; Publisher: Oulu University Press, 2001. ISBN:

951-42-6403-7.

 

50. «Description et Prédiction des Propriétées Electroniques des Matériaux." D. Bagayoko, Refereed Proceedings, First Mali Symposium on Applied Sciences (MSAS). University of Mali, Bamako, Mali, West Africa. Pages 185-192. Editor: Dr. Seydou Fad; Publisher: Oulu University Press, Oulu, Finland, 2001. ISBN: 951-42-6403-7.

 

49. “Basic and Advanced Trigonometry for All.” D. Bagayoko, 2002. A reform-imbued user manual.

 

48. “Polaronic Effect in Materials with Ferroelectric Phase Transitions.” Y. M. Malozovsky, J.D. Fan, D. Bagayoko and J. T. Wang, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Nos. 29, 30 & 31, pp. 3555- 3559, 1999.

 

47. "How Can An Atom Or Ion Remember Its Initial State?" J. T. Wang, F. Tang, and D. Bagayoko, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 13, Nos. 29, 30, 31, pp. 3830-3834, 1999.

 

46. “Predictive Ab-Initio Computations of Properties of Ferroelectric Materials.” D. Bagayoko and G. L. Zhao, International Journal of Modern Physics B Vol.13 Nos. 29, 30 & 31, pp 3767-3773, 1999.

 

45. “Ab-Initio Calculations of Superconducting Properties of YBa2Cu3O7.” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko, International Journal of Modern Physics B Vol. Nos.29, 30 & 31 pp. 3579-3581, 1999.

 

44. “A Problem Solving Paradigm.” D. Bagayoko, Saleem Hasan, and Ella L. Kelley. College Teaching,

Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 24-27, 2000.

 

43. “Ab-initio Calculations for the Superconducting Properties of Yba2Cu3O7”, G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. The International Journal of Modern Physics B Vol.13, Nos. 29-31, pages 3579-3581 (1999).

 

42. “Misconceptions and the Certainty of Response Index (CRI).” Saleem Hasan, D. Bagayoko, and Ella L. Kelley. Physics Education (UK) 34 (5), pp. 294-299, 1999.

 

41. “Electronic Structure and Charge Transfer in 3C- and 4H-SiC.” G. L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. New Journal of Physics (NJP), 2000, UK; http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1367-2630/2/1/316

 

40. “Predictive Calculations of Properties of Molecules, Clusters, and Semiconductors.” D. Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, and Troy D. Williams. Proceedings, 1999 Meeting of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP ’99), Atlanta, Georgia, March 21 (1999).

 

39. “Local-Density-Functional Prediction of Electronic Properties of GaN, Si, C, and RuO2,” G. L. Zhao, D. Bagayoko, and T. D. Williams. Physical Review B60, 1563, 1999.

 

38. “Ab-Initio Calculations of the Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of Ferroelectric Tetragonal BaTiO3.” D. Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, J. D. Fan, and J. T. Wang, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Vol. 10, No. 25, 5645 (June, 1998).

 

37. “The Ponderomotive Four-Momentum.” Ju Gao, Diola Bagayoko, and Dong-Sheng Guo. Canadian

Journal of Physics, Vol. 76, 87-94 (1998).

 

36. “Spin-Dependence of the Electron Scattering Cross Section by a Magnetic Layer System and the Magneto-Resistance" J. T. Wang, F. Tan, W. D. Brown, and D. Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12, Nos. 29-31, 3376-3380 (1998).

 

35. “Conductivity and Isotope Effect in the Colossal Magnetoresistance.” Y. M. Malozovsky, J. D. Fan, and D. Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12, Nos. 29-31, 3397-3405 (1998).

 

34. “A Two Dimensional Structure Factor Calculation for the Cu-1 Plane in YBa2Cu3O6.” Taner Edis, J. D. Fan, D. Bagayoko, and J. T. Wang. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12, Nos. 29-31,

3091-3094 (1998).

 

33. “Optical Properties of the Half-Metallic La3/4Ca1/4MnO3.” D. Bagayoko, G.L. Zhao, J.D. Fan and J.T. Wang. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12, Nos. 29-31, 3359-3364 (1998).

 

32. “The Gap Function in YBa2Cu3O7.” G.L. Zhao and D. Bagayoko. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12, Nos. 29-31, 3057-3062 (1998).

 

31. “Monte-Carlo Simulation of Coarsening in a Model of Submonolayer Epitaxial Growth” Pui-Man Lam, Diola Bagayoko and Isiaka Akanbi, Physical Review B59, 5871 (1999).

 

30. “Spin-dependence of the Electron Scattering Cross Section by a Magnetic Moment.” T. Wang, F. Tang, W. D. Brown, D. Bagayoko. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (JMMM), 1998.

 

29. “A Theoretical Model for Ferroelectric Polarization Controlled Superconductor Devices.” T. Wang, M. Chinkhota, R. Tashakkori, and D. Bagayoko. Nuclear Instruments and Methods for Physics Research (1998).

 

28. “First-Principle Study of the Electronic Structure and Polarization in Ferroelectric BaTiO3.”Bagayoko, G. L. Zhao, J. D. Fan, and J. T. Wang. Proceedings, Louisiana Academy of Science

(LAS), (1997).

 

27. "Renormalization Group Study of Mullins' Equation for Molecular Beam Epitaxy with Conserved Noise.” P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Physica A250, 495-505 (1998).

 

26. "3d Impurities In Aluminum.” D. Bagayoko and Pui-Man Lam at SUBR, Nathan Brener and Joseph Callaway at LSU; Physical Review B54, Vo. 17, pp. 12184-12193, Nov. 1996.

 

25. "Colored Noise in the Dynamics of Aqueous Protein Solutions.” P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Physical Review E53, No.1, 1280 (1996).

 

24. "Hidden Symmetry, Exact Relations, and a Small Parameter in Surface Growth Models with Diffusion.” P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Physica A 223, 413-417, (1996)

 

23. "Dynamics of Concentration Fluctuations in Polymer Solutions with Spatiotemporal correlated Noise.” Pui-Man Lam and D. Bagayoko, Phys. Rev. E50, No.1, 437 (1994).

 

22."The Dynamics of Student Retention: A Review and a Prescription" D. Bagayoko and Ella L. Kelley, Education Vol. 115, No.1, 31-39 (Fall, 1994).

 

21. "Cognitive Condensation for Mastery Teaching and Learning.” D. Bagayoko and E. L. Kelley, Education, Vol. 115, N0. 1, 19-25 (Fall 1994).

 

20. "A Paradigm of Education: the Model of the Timbuktu Academy.” W. E. Moore and D. Bagayoko, Education, Vol. 115, N0. 1, 11-18 (Fall, 1994).

 

19. "Ward Identities for Surface-Growth Models with Diffusion.” Pui-Man Lam and D. Bagayoko, Physical Review E50, 2488 (October, 1994).

 

18. "Spatiotemporal Correlation of Colored Noise.” Pui-Man Lam and D. Bagayoko, Physical Review E48, No. 5, 3267 (November, 1993).

 

17. "Cohesive and Magnetic Properties of Free Al18Fe Clusters.” D. Bagayoko; W. Sheppard, and D. Wallace (undergraduate scholars at the Timbuktu Academy); Proceedings, National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP-92), Jackson, MS, April 29 - May 2, 1992.

 

16. "Cognitive Condensation and the Science of Science Teaching.” D. Bagayoko; B. Pillot, E. Pillot, M. Briscoe, M. Wright (Undergraduate Scholars at the Timbuktu Academy); and E. L. Kelley, Department of Chemistry, Proceedings, National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP-92), Jackson, MS, April 29 - May 2, 1992.

 

15. "Mechanics" in Magill's Survey of Science: Physical Science, Publisher: Salem Press, Pasadena, California (Jan. 1992). ISBN: 0-89356-618-7, pp. 1367-1373, (Invited Chapter).

 

14. "The Maxwell's Thermodynamics Equations - A Simplified Aide Memoire.” Physics Education, Vol. 27, No. 3, 128-129, 1992. Publisher: Institute of Physics, London.

 

13. "Electronic Structure and Related Properties of Silver.” G. Fuster, J. M. Tyler, N. Brener, and J. Callaway at LSU, D. Bagayoko at Southern University and A&M College, Phys. Rev. B42, 7322, (1990).

12."Electronic, Magnetic, and Bulk Properties of Nickel.” D. Bagayoko and Zelda Y. Gills, Proceedings, Annual Meeting of National Society of Black Physicists, Holmdell, N.J. (1989).

 

11. "Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Manganese Impurities in Aluminum.” D. Bagayoko, N. Brener, D. Kanhere, and J. Callaway, Phys. Rev. B36, 9263 (1987).

 

10. "Electronic Structure of Chromium and Manganese Impurities in Copper.” D. Bagayoko, P. Blaha, and J. Callaway, Phys. Rev. B34, 3572 (1986).

 

09. "On Variational Solutions of the Dirac Equation.” D. Bagayoko, C. Dorsey (student), and N. Brian (student), Proceedings, NSBP, Washington, D.C. (1985).

 

08. "Contraction of Gaussian Basis Sets and the Total Energy of FCC Copper.” D. Bagayoko, Inter. Jour. Quant. Chem. 17, 527 (1983).

 

07. "Lattice Parameter Dependence of Ferromagnetism in BCC and FCC Iron.” D. Bagayoko and J. Callaway, Phys. Rev. B28, 5419 (1983).

 

06. “Band Structure of BCC Cobalt.” D. Bagayoko, A. Ziegler, and J. Callaway, Phys. Rev. B27, 7046 (1983).

 

05. "Electronic Structure of Iron.” 1983, Ph.D. Dissertation, available from University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

04. "Total Energy of Metallic Lithium.” J. Callaway, X. Zou, D. Bagayoko, Phys. Rev. B27, 631 (1982).

 

03. "Calculation of the Total Energy of a Metal.” J. Callaway, X. Zou, and D. Bagayoko, Phys. Lett. A89, 86 (1982).

02."Band Structure, Optical Properties, and Compton Profile of Copper.” D. Bagayoko, D.G. Laurent, S.P. Singhal, and J. Callaway, Phys. Lett. A76, 187 (1980).

 

01. “Total Energy Calculation Computer Program Package. An Extension of the electronic structure program BNDPKG (by C. S. Wang and J. Callaway in Computer Physics Communications, 1978), (1983, and extension to non-cubic symmetries in 1994).

 

 

Mostly Teaching, Mentoring, and Learning Publications (Scholarly work on mentoring, teaching and learning, educational research; for, what is not recorded is likely to be lost and likely not to be replicated)

 

65. "Best Practices in Systemic STEM Mentoring at Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge (SUBR), Louisiana," Ella Kelley, Lashounda Franklin, Eleanor Collins and Diola Bagayoko.  Best Practices in Systemic STEM Mentoring – An official publication of the Louis Stokes Louisiana Alliance for Minority Participation (LS-LAMP), (ISBN:  9780970460967), Pages. 95-110, 2018.

 

64. "The Ten-Strand Systemic Mentoring Model," D. Bagayoko.  Best Practices in Systemic STEM Mentoring – An official publication of the Louis Stokes Louisiana Alliance for Minority Participation (LS-LAMP), (ISBN:  9780970460967), Pages. 20-24, 2018.

 

63. "A Basis and a Guide for Best Practices in Systemic Mentoring for Broadening Participation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)," D. Bagayoko.  Best Practices in Systemic STEM Mentoring – An official publication of the Louis Stokes Louisiana Alliance for Minority Participation (LS-LAMP), (ISBN:  9780970460967), Pages. 5-19, 2018.

 

62. “Undergraduate Research at the Timbuktu Academy and LS-LAMP” at Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge (SUBR), by Diola Bagayoko , Ella L. Kelley , LaShounda Franklin (2015), in Jeton McClinton , Mark A. Melton, Caesar R. Jackson, Kimarie Engerman (ed.) Infusing Undergraduate Research into Historically Black Colleges and Universities Curricula (Diversity in Higher Education, Volume 17) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.87 – 114.

 

61. «The Law of Human Performance and Broadening Participation in STEM,” D. Bagayoko, the Gazette of the American Physical Society’s CSWP and COM, Vol. 32, No. 2, Pages 1, 3, & 7 (2013).

 

60. “Inventer un Avenir Meilleur” : L’Education et la Recherche en Science et Technologies pour le Développement. Diola Bagayoko, Proceedings, 2006 Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS2006). Page 3-9, 2008.

 

59. “Concept Maps for Mastering AP and Introductory College Physics: Mechanics.” D. Bagayoko. Submitted to Proceedings, 2007 Conference of the Louisiana Academy of Science.

 

58. « Le Professeur Bagayoko répond à Séméga : Des sophismes ont brouillé le débat. »

http://www.maliweb.net/category.php?NID=22036&intr=. D. Bagayoko, Septembre 2007.

 

57. “L’Expulsion (et la Fuite) des Cerveaux,” D. Bagayoko. Published by Maliweb on May 26, 2007. Availabe at www.maliweb.net (and search for Diola) or at the full URL below:

http://www.maliweb.net/category.php?NID=18684&intr=

 

56. “School Improvement by Design: The Success of Prescott Middle School.” D. Bagayoko, E. Bera, and H. Brister. J. Urban Education, Vol. 4, N0. 1, Pages 34-41 (2007).

 

55. Mapping Phonics-Based Reading Skills onto the Categories of the Cognitive Domain: Implications for an Effective Approach to Teaching and Learning Reading.” D. Bagayoko, L. S. Stubblefield, and S. Hasan. Published in the Journal of Urban Education (2007).

 

54. “Science Culture in Africa: A Complementary Solution,” D. Bagayoko. Science and Development (www.SciDev.net, search for Bagayoko or see the full URL below). January 12, 2007. http://www.scidev.net/EditorLetters/index.cfm?fuseaction=readeditorletter&itemid=111&language=1

 

53. “A Concept-Mapping Enhanced Educational Software Package for Introductory Physics Courses in Egyptian and American Universities.” D. Bagayoko, S. Atalla, and L. Hayden, Proceedings, December 2005 Cairo Conference on Educational Technology, Cairo, Egypt. .

 

52. “K-12 Outreach : The Model of the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko and L. Stubblefield. Invited article in the Proceedings of the 2005 Conference of the Science House, University of North Carolina. Page 15-21, 2006, ISBN No. 0-9704885-9-9.

 

51. « Education, Recherche, et le Développement Compétitif : Application de la loi de la performance humaine. » Diola Bagayoko. Proceedings of the 2004 Malian Symposium on Applied Sciences (MSAS-04), July 2004, Bamako, Mali. Pages 343-348.. ISBN No. 951-42-8026-1

 

50. An Accurate Diagnosis and an Effective Treatment of Misconceptions in Astronomy.” Troy D. Williams, D. Bagayoko, and S. Hasan. Published (in December 2005) in the Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 2006 Joint National Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) and of the National Society of Hispanic Physicists (NSHP), February 2006, San Jose, California.

 

49. “A Significant other for Competitive Education: Adequate Time for Teaching and Learning.” By D. Bagayoko, Luria Stubblefield, Janet Reed, Ella L. Kelley, and Saleem Hasan. Journal of Urban Education (ISSN: 1546-3206), Vol. 2, Issue 1, Pages 42-56, 2005.

 

48. ”Mapping The Concept of Change.” D. Bagayoko, S. Hasan, and T. Reese. Published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Board Resort, Disneyland, Orlando, Florida, January 4, 2005.

 

47. ”Mapping Basic Mechanics Concepts.” D. Bagayoko and S. Hasan. Published in the Proceeding of the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Board Resort, Disneyland, Orlando, Florida, January 3, 2005.

 

46. “Homage to a True Leader: R. L. Ford, Competence, Dedication, and Courage for Emulation.” D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LS-LAMP Conference (ISSN 1554-7604), Page 248-249, 2004.

 

45. “Correlations Between the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)

and the Louisiana Mathematics Content Standards.” Diola Bagayoko and Deborah Mohammad.

A 47 page manual for integrating GLOBE into the teaching and learning of mathematics.

ISBN No. 0-9715233-2-0. Publisher: LS-LAMP, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, December 2003.

 

44. “Preparing for Global Competitiveness: Utilizing Internet Tools in Research, Learning, and Teaching.” D. Bagayoko. Proceedings, LS-LAMP National Student Research Conference, Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 21-23, 2003.

 

43.“Mentoring for Global Competitiveness.” D. Bagayoko and Luria Stubblefield, Proceedings, LS- LAMP National Student Research Conference, Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 21- 23, 2003.

 

42. “Making, Closing, and Avoiding Academic Achievement Gaps.” D. Bagayoko. Published in Louisiana Weekly, New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

41. “Closing Academic Achievement Gaps.” D. Bagayoko. Challenge, Vol. 13, No. 1, Fall 2002.

 

40. “Connecting Teaching and Mentoring: My Contributions to the American Academy.”

D. Bagayoko. Book Chapter in African Perspectives in American Higher Education, Edited by

Festus Obiakor and Jacob U. Gordon, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2002.

 

39. “The Philosophical Foundations of Systemic Mentoring at the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko.

Science Next Wave, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). An online

publication available at http://nextwave.sciencemag.org/, 2002.

 

38. “Integrating Research and Education through Mentoring.” D. Bagayoko. Ernergia, Vol. 13, No. 4, Pages 5-6, 2002.

 

37. “GLOBE”(Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment). Proceedings, Second Malian Symposium of Applied Sciences (MSAS). Rebecca Boger and D. Bagayoko, ISBN No. 951-42-7322-2, Pages 151-161. University of Oulu Press, Oulou, Finland, 2002.

 

36. “The Arts and Science of Mentoring at the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko. Proceedings, 2002 Conference of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE), New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

35. “Higher Education in Mali: A Provocative Overview.” by D. Bagayoko and Moussa M. Diawara. A

chapter in “African Higher Education: an International Reference Handbook.” Edited by Damtew

Teferra and Philip G. Altbach (2002). Eds. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

 

34. “Meta-Correlations Between GLOBE and Science and Mathematics Education Reforms.” D. Bagayoko and R. L. Ford. Published in (in the US and Elsewhere). In the Correlations… (ISBN No. 0-9704609-8-8, Pages 5-7, March 2001.

 

33. “Reverse Digital Divide: A Case Study at the Timbuktu Academy and a Model for the Future.” D. Bagayoko. Proceedings, Tennessee State University (TSU)-AOL Time Warner HBCU Digital Divide Conference held at Jackson State University (JSU).

(http://digitaldivide.jsums.edu/bagayoko/PaperDigitallDivideTSUFinal100101.doc)

 

32. "Correlations Between the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) and the Louisiana Science Content Standards." D. Bagayoko and Deborah Muhammad. A 37 page book published by the Timbuktu Academy. Printed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. ISBN# 0-9704609-8-8. (http://docushare.subr.edu/sudocs/dscgi/ds.py/GetRepr/File-446/html)

 

31."The Law of Performance and Excellence in Research." D. Bagayoko. Proceedings of the 15th

Annual High Technology Student Expo of the National Association for Equal Opportunity (NAFEO) in

Higher Education, ISBN 0-9704609-3-7, Pages 27-32, 2001.

 

30. October 18, 2000. Recording of a 30 Minute Video Tape on "A Rosetta Stone for Competitive

Education." This media publication (Video Tape), has been shown in the fall of 2000 for a full month,

several times per week, so as to reach 99% of Louisiana households. Estimated audience in tens of

thousands.

 

29. August 9, 2000. One hour video recording on "The Genesis of Genius." This media publication (video tape) has been shown in the fall of 2000 for a full month, several times per week, so as to reach 99% of Louisiana households. Estimated audience in tens of thousands.

 

28. “Expanding GLOBE Participation: An Emerging Model for Diversification.” Robert L. Ford and

Diola Bagayoko, International Conference of the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the

Environment (GLOBE), Annapolis, Maryland, July 19, 2000.

 

27. “Avoiding or Closing Academic Achievement Gaps.” D. Bagayoko, S. Hasan, and R. L.

Ford. Proceedings, Department of Energy and Louis Stokes Louisiana Alliance for Minority Participation (LS-LAMP) Annual Conference, February 12, 2001, Radisson Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. ISBN No. 0-970460-4-5, Page 54-56 (2001).

 

26. "Fundamentals of Mentoring and Networking." D. Bagayoko, Robert L. Ford, and Ella L. Kelley; a

chapter in a monograph entitled "Scholarly Guideposts for Junior Faculty Members.” Published by

Quality Education for Minority (QEM) Network. Washington, D.C., February, 2000.

 

25. “Accountability in Teaching and Learning: The Covenant.” D. Bagayoko et al. A publication of the

Faculty Senate at Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Available on the

web (http://www.phys.subr.edu/senate).

 

24. "Perspective of US Presidential Awardees on Workforce Development." US Science, Engineering, and Technology Workforce of the Future: National Strategy, National Portfolio, National Resource Base. Publication Number: NSF 99-132, Pages 121-123.

 

23. "Early Guidance Pays Off: Mentoring Students In Science, Engineering And Math Promotes Success.” Diola Bagayoko, Resource Magazine, American Society of Agricultural Engineering, published by the National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), Vol. 5, No. 4, page 29, April, (1998).

 

22. “Southern University to Launch Ph.D. in Science/Mathematics Education” Diola Bagayoko,

published in LaCEPT Report, a biannual magazine publication of LaCEPT, Winter 1997-98.

 

21. "Towards a Framework for the Assessment and Evaluation of Mentoring Processes and Results." A

contributed paper for the Second National Symposium for the US Presidential ward for Excellence in

Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring, Washington, D.C., September, 1997.

(http://www.phys.subr.edu/timbuktu.htm, see under Institute)

 

20. "The Timbuktu Academy." Proceedings, first National Symposium for the US Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring, Washington, D.C., September 1997.

 

19. "Mentoring: A Strategy for Increasing Minority Participation." Proceedings, National Conference on "Exploring the Role of Social and Behavioral Science Careers in the 21st Century”; New Orleans, LA, April 18-19, 1997.

 

18. "Less is more." A contributed article in the first publication of the Louisiana Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers (LaCEPT), 1996.

 

17. "Undergraduate Research as a Tool in Engineering, Physics, and Chemistry Education.” Reza Mirshams, Diola Bagayoko, and Ella Kelley, Proceedings American Society for Engineering Education, Gulf Southwest (ASEE/GSW) Section, March 27-29, 1996.

 

16. "The Power Law of Performance and Cognitive Condensation for Mastery Teaching and Learning.” D. Bagayoko, Fall, 1996 (a 33 page document on noted subject) available (at http://www.phys.subr.edu).

 

15. "Expectations: Federal and Academic, An Essay on Flourishing in Changing Times.” Proceedings, 1996 Louisiana EPSCoR Conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, January 24-25, 1996.

 

14. “Mentoring Students In (or For) SEM Fields: the Model of the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko, Proceedings, LaSPACE Forum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 23, 1994.

 

13. “A Paradigm for SEM Undergraduate Education: Educating Engineers for the 21st Century.” D. Bagayoko, Ella L. Kelley, and V. T. Montgomery; Proceedings, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE)/Gulf Southwest Region (GSW), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 24-25, 1994.

 

12. “A Paradigm for Undergraduate Education: Applications to Engineering Retention.” D. Bagayoko and Ella L. Kelley, Proceedings, 1993 Forum of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME), Washington, D.C., June 2-5, 1993.

 

11. “Retention Revisited.” D. Bagayoko and Ella L. Kelley. Proceedings, Retention 2000, October 14, 1992. Office of Minority Student Education, Division of Academic Affairs, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, MD 20742.

 

10. Co-author, with Professor Ora Plummer as the first author, of a 200 page writing book entitled

Writing for Success. Publisher: McGraw Hill, ISBN: 0-07-154196-9 (1998).

 

09.Strategic Implementation Plan for the Ph.D. Program in Science and Mathematics Education (SMED) at Southern University and A&M College.” D. Bagayoko, 1998 [Approved by the Southern University System Board of Supervisors and the Louisiana Board of Regents for the establishment of the program.]

 

08.Proposal for the Ph.D. Program in Science and Mathematics Education (SMED) at Southern University and A&M College.” D. Bagayoko, 1998 [Approved by the Southern University System Board of Supervisors and the Louisiana Board of Regents for the establishment of the program.]

 

07. “Retention.” Bagayoko, D., Proceedings, 1992 Symposium of the Science and Technology Advisory Committee of the National Association for Equal Opportunity (NAFEO) in Higher Education. Washington, D.C. 1992.

 

06. "Promoting Thinking and Reasoning Skills Through a Constructivist Approach to Teaching: A Research Based and Practical Guide for Educators.” D. Bagayoko, I. W. Ruffin, E. L. Kelley, and R. L. Ford, Pages 1-19, Publisher: Timbuktu Academy, Spring 1992 and 1994.

 

05. "The Making of Minority Scientists and Engineers for the 21st Century at Southern University and A&M College: The Paradigm of the Timbuktu Academy.” D. Bagayoko, Invited Paper at the 1992 National Conference of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE), New Orleans, LA, Pages 1-28, April 23, 1992

 

04. "The Versatility and Wonders of Physics.” D. Bagayoko, Pages 1-9, 1991 and 1994.

 

03. Proceedings, Fifth Annual College of Sciences Symposium, February 6-8, 1991. Editor (With Professor Ineatha Ruffin as Co-Editor) of the 91 page proceedings entitled: "The Versatility and Wonders of Physics."

 

02. "Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund (LEQSF): Priorities and Procedures for Allocation.”

D. Bagayoko, Pages 1-31, April 10, 1987.

 

01. "Prosperity Through Academic Excellence.” G. D'Amour,. D. Bagayoko et al. A Working Paper Developed for Louisiana Board of Regents, April (1987).

 

OTHER PUBLICATION (book authorship and "Editorship")

 

Co-Editor, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 13, Nos. 29, 30, & 31, 1999: refereed

proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on "New Theories, Discoveries, and Applications of

Superconductors and Related Materials" (May 31-June 4, 1999), Circus Circus Hotel, Las Vegas,

Nevada.