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Papers from 2009
« on: March 2, 2009, 13:08 »
Some publications with ATK have already appeared in 2009! Very interesting reading, on

  • Tunnel currents across silane diamines/dithiols and alkane diamines/dithiols
  • CrAs(001)/AlAs(001) heterogeneous junction as a spin current diode
  • Half-metallic Au-V(Cr) quantum wires as spin filters
  • Transport properties of T-shaped and crossed junctions based on graphene nanoribbons
  • Switching characteristics of the phenoxynaphthacenequinone-based optical molecular switch with carbon nanotube electrodes

For more details and links to full text, see http://quantumwise.com/documents/ATK_Publication_List.html.

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Re: Papers from 2009
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2009, 10:56 »
There are several new publications for 2009 added to the Publication page, on a lot of exciting topics like

  • Fermi Level Unpinning and Schottky Barrier Modification by Ti, Sc and V Incorporation at NiSi2/Si Interface
  • Strong Conductance Variation in Conformationally Constrained Oligosilane Tunnel Junctions
  • Symmetric I-V curves in asymmetric molecular junction of monothiolate alkane
  • Rectifying Effect in Polar Conjugated Molecular Junctions
  • Designing Nanogadgetry for Nanoelectronic Devices with Nitrogen-Doped Capped Carbon Nanotubes
  • Junctions between carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons
  • Electron Transport Through Oligoacenes
  • Effects of nonmagnetic impurities on the spin transport property of a graphene nanoribbon device
  • Graphene nanoribbon as a negative differential resistance device
  • Transitions between semiconductor and metal induced by mixed deformation in carbon nanotube devices
  • Screening effects in molecular junctions in the Coulomb blockade regime
  • Electron Transport Path through the Porphyrin Molecules and Chemisorption of CO
  • Manipulating Spin Transport via Vanadium-Iron Cyclopentadienyl Multidecker Sandwich Molecules
  • Transport properties of silicon-carbon (Si-C) and alumium-nitrogen (Al-N) nanowires
  • Electronic transport properties in doped C60 molecular devices
  • Improving gas sensing properties of graphene by introducing dopants and defects
  • Electronic transport properties of a diarylethene-based molecular switch with single-walled carbon nanotube electrodes: The effect of chirality
  • The size effects of electrodes in molecular devices (transport properties of C60)

Plus of course all the nice work done in 2008, 2007, 2006, ... :)

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Re: Papers from 2009
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2009, 11:19 »
5 new publications using ATK have been included in the reference list. The topics are:

  • Transport properties of C20 fullerene molecules (An et al., Ludong Univ.)
  • Negative differential resistance in fused thiophene trimer (Sen and Chakrabarti, Univ. of Calcutta)
  • Polyacene and biphenyl systems with different terminal and intramolecular connections (Liu et al., Nanjing Univ.)
  • Electronic structure and quantum transport of Pt-SrTiO3-Pt heterostructures, with special focus on effects of dopants (Wang et al., Tohoku/Tokyo Univ.)
  • Switching characteristics of an optical molecular switch based on the 15,16-dinitrile dihydropyrene/cyclophanediene (DDP/CPD) molecule with two single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) electrodes (Zhao et al., Universities of Jinan, Shandong, and Jining)


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Re: Papers from 2009
« Reply #3 on: January 2, 2010, 21:40 »
The publication list has actually been updated several times already during the autumn. However, lately we have added several new papers, and although there are probably a few more to be accounted for, we can already now count over 60 papers published during 2009! The full publication list is, as always, at http://quantumwise.com/documents/ATK_Publication_List.html - enjoy all the great articles!