P. H. Nelson and G. E. Coote Diffusion Profiles in Archaeological Bones and Teeth: Their Measurement and Application. (1984) 54 ANZAAS Congress, Canberra, Australia.
P. H. Nelson, D. M. Bibby and A. B. Kaiser Simulation of Diffusion and Adsorption in Zeolites (1991) J. Catal.127, 101-112.
P. H. Nelson, A. B. Kaiser and D. M. BibbyA Dynamic Simulation of Internal "Coke" Formation in Zeolites (1991) ZEOLITES11, 337.
P. H. Nelson and D. M. Bibby Computer Simulated Deactivation of a Zeolite with Randomly Distributed Catalytic Sites (1991) Studies in Surface science and Catalysis, Vol. 68, pp. 407-411 Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., Amsterdam.
P. H. Nelson and J. WeiA Theory for Two-Component Diffusion in Zeolites (1992) J. Catal.136, 263-266.
P. H. Nelson, T. A. Hatton and G. C. Rutledge General Reptation and Scaling of Athermal Polymers on 2d Close-Packed Lattices (1997) J. Chem. Phys.107, 1269-1278.
P. H. Nelson, G. C. Rutledge and T. A. Hatton On the Size and Shape of Self-Assembled Micelles (1997) J. Chem. Phys.107, 10777-10781.
P. H. Nelson, G. C. Rutledge and T. A. Hatton Conformations of (AB)n Star Copolymers in Dilute Solution (1998) invited by Computational and Theoretical Polymer Science8, 31-38 - special Eichinger issue.
P. H. Nelson and S. M. Auerbach Self-Diffusion in Single-File Zeolite Membranes is Fickian at Long Times (1999) J. Chem. Phys.110, 9235-9243.
P. H. Nelson, T. A. Hatton and G. C. Rutledge Asymmetric Growth in Micelles Containing Oil (1999) J. Chem. Phys.110, 9673-9680.
P. H. Nelson and S. M. Auerbach Modeling tracer counter-permeation through anisotropic zeolite membranes: from mean field theory to single-file diffusion (1999) invited by Chem. Eng. J.74, 43-56.
P. H. Nelson, M. Tsapatsis and S. M. Auerbach Modeling permeation through anisotropic zeolite membranes with nanoscopic defects (2001) J. Membrane Sci.184, 245-255.
P. H. Nelson A permeation theory for single-file ion channels: Corresponding occupancy states produce Michaelis-Menten behavior (2002) J. Chem. Phys.117, 11396-11403.
P. H. Nelson A permeation theory for single-file ion channels: Concerted-association/dissociation (2003) J. Chem. Phys.119, 6981-6982.
P. H. Nelson Modeling the concentration-dependent permeation modes of the KcsA potassium ion channel (2003) Phys. Rev. E68, 061908.
New Zealand and Dutch Citizen, U.S. employment authorization (green card). Interests include golf, tennis, squash, photography and music. Member of the American Physical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, The Biophysical Society and Sigma Xi.