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  1. Deformation and dewetting of liquid films under gas jets
  2. Thickness-dependent surface energy and formation of epitaxial quantum dots
  3. Inert gas bubble formation in magnetron sputtered thin-film CdTe solar cells
  4. Enhancement of photovoltaic efficiency in CdSe x Te1−x (where 0 ⩽ x ⩽ 1): insights from density functional theory
  5. Modelling defect evolution in irradiated graphite
  6. Inert gas cluster formation in sputter-deposited thin film CdTe solar cells
  7. Modelling the effect of hydrogen on crack growth in zirconium
  8. Modelling thin film growth in the Ag–Ti system
  9. Near-surface structure and residual stress in as-machined synthetic graphite
  10. Mesoscopic structure features in synthetic graphite
  11. Growth of silver on zinc oxide via lattice and off-lattice adaptive kinetic Monte Carlo
  12. Reaction pathways in atomistic models of thin film growth
  13. Iron phosphate glasses: Bulk properties and atomic scale structure
  14. Modelling the evaporation of nanoparticle suspensions from heterogeneous surfaces
  15. NdFeO3nanocrystals under glycine nitrate combustion formation
  16. Interfacial surface roughness determination by coherence scanning interferometry using noise compensation
  17. Measurement of thin film interfacial surface roughness by coherence scanning interferometry
  18. A ReaXFF carbon potential for radiation damage studies
  19. A new potential for radiation studies of borosilicate glass
  20. Critical island size for Ag thin film growth on ZnO (0 0 01¯)
  21. Development of an empirical interatomic potential for the Ag–Ti system
  22. Fröhlich resonance in carbon nanospiroids and the 2175 Å interstellar absorption feature
  23. Inter-atomic potentials for radiation damage studies in CePO 4 monazite
  24. Thermal dynamics of silver clusters grown on rippled silica surfaces
  25. Radiation tolerance of iron phosphate: A study of amorphous and crystalline structures
  26. Sub-monolayer growth of Ag on flat and nanorippled SiO2surfaces
  27. Refractive index determination by coherence scanning interferometry
  28. Iron phosphate glasses: Structure determination and radiation tolerance
  29. An interpretation of the strongest X-ray diffraction peak for various carbon nanoclusters
  30. Inert gas bubbles in bcc Fe
  31. The development of thin film metrology by coherence scanning interferometry
  32. Opposite correlations between cation disordering and amorphization resistance in spinels versus pyrochlores
  33. Helium bubbles in bcc Fe and their interactions with irradiation
  34. Borosilicate glass potentials for radiation damage simulations
  35. Ripple structures on ion bombarded surfaces arising from the sputter yield dependence on incidence angle
  36. Iron phosphate glasses: Structure determination and displacement energy thresholds, using a fixed charge potential model
  37. Prediction of Irradiation Spectrum Effects in Pyrochlores
  38. Influence of the prefactor to defect motion inα-Iron during long time scale simulations
  39. He migration and bubble formation in Ga stabilised δ-Pu
  40. Structure-induced negatively skewed X-ray diffraction pattern of carbon onions
  41. Simulating radiation damage in a bcc Fe system with embedded yttria nanoparticles
  42. A travelling wave model of ripple formation on ion bombarded surfaces
  43. Sputtering of Au surfaces at realistic dose rates using molecular dynamics and on-the-fly kinetic Monte Carlo
  44. Modelling the growth of ZnO thin films by PVD methods and the effects of post-annealing
  45. Variable step radial ordering in carbon onions
  46. Ion beam induced surface pattern formation and stable travelling wave solutions
  47. Helium Bubbles in Fe: Equilibrium Configurations and Modification by Radiation
  48. Modelling the sputtering of Au surfaces using a multi time-scale technique
  49. Statistical analysis of interatomic bonds and interlayer distances in a carbon helical onion structure with a variable step
  50. Modeling evaporation, ion-beam assist, and magnetron sputtering of thin metal films over realistic time scales
  51. Atomistic modelling of titania grown using PVD methods
  52. Point defect formation and migration in Ga stabilised δ-Pu
  53. Modeling evaporation, ion-beam assist, and magnetron sputtering of TiO2 thin films over realistic timescales
  54. Atomistic surface erosion and thin film growth modelled over realistic time scales
  55. Simulating radiation damage in Ga stabilised δ-Pu
  56. Markov-chain model of classified atomistic transition states for discrete kinetic Monte Carlo simulations
  57. Modelling radiation damage effects on a bcc iron lattice containing phosphorous impurity atoms near symmetrical tilt boundaries
  58. Long time scale evolution of radiation-induced defects in
  59. Surface topography induced by swift heavy ion impacts
  60. Ordered Ag nanocluster structures by vapor deposition on pre-patterned SiO2
  61. Growth mechanisms forTiO2at its rutile (110) surface
  62. Modeling the Sputter Deposition of Thin Film Photovoltaics using Long Time Scale Dynamics Techniques
  63. Surface Erosion of TiO2 subjected to Energetic Oxygen Bombardment
  64. Displacement threshold and Frenkel pair formation energy in ionic systems
  65. Growth of TiO2 surfaces following low energy (<40eV) atom and small cluster bombardment
  66. Radiation effects at the HfO2–MgO interface
  67. Evolution of diamond nanoclusters in the interstellar medium
  68. Non-stoichiometry in MgAl2O4spinel
  69. Surface and interstitial transition barriers in rutile (110) surface growth
  70. Atomistic-scale modelling of nanoindentation into optical coatings
  71. Surface topography after single particle and cluster impacts on gold surfaces
  72. Modelling of deposition processes on the TiO2 rutile (110) surface
  73. Simulating radiation damage in δ-plutonium
  74. A theoretical study of intrinsic point defects and defect clusters in magnesium aluminate spinel
  76. The contribution of carbon nanoparticles to the interstellar optical extinction
  77. Radiation damage and evolution of radiation-induced defects in Er2O3bixbyite
  78. Hot stage nanoindentation in multi-component Al–Ni–Si alloys: Experiment and simulation
  79. Nanoindentation and nanoscratching of rutile and anatase TiO2studied using molecular dynamics simulations
  80. Friction at the nanoscale
  81. Silicon potentials investigated using density functional theory fitted neural networks
  82. Atomistic simulations of radiation induced defect formation in the Er2O3 sesquioxide
  83. Investigation of Nanoscratch Processes in Semiconductor Materials for Application to Maskless Patterning
  84. Radiation defect formation in graded-band-gap epitaxial structures Hg1−xCdxTe after boron ion implantation
  85. Structure and mobility of radiation-induced defects in MgO
  86. Ab initiostudy of point defects in magnesium oxide
  87. Defect kinetics in spinels: Long-time simulations ofMgAl2O4,MgGa2O4, andMgIn2O4
  88. A new approach to potential fitting using neural networks
  89. Ab-initio modelling of defects in MgO
  90. Chapter 15 Modelling the structure and dynamics of metal nanoclusters deposited on graphite
  91. Improved grid-based algorithm for Bader charge allocation
  92. Atomistic simulations of radiation-induced defect formation in spinels:MgAl2O4,MgGa2O4, andMgIn2O4
  93. Risk modelling of fires and explosions in open-sided offshore platform modules
  94. The structure of atomic and molecular clusters, optimised using classical potentials
  95. Molecular dynamics modelling of radiation damage in normal, partly inverse and inverse spinels
  96. Simulations of cascades in pure and alumina doped magnesia
  97. Multi-cycling nanoindentation in MgO single crystals before and after ion irradiation
  98. Mechanical properties of superhard materials synthesised at various pressure–temperature conditions investigated by nanoindentation
  99. Modeling the pinning of Au and Ni clusters on graphite
  100. Atomistic modelling of ploughing friction in silver, iron and silicon
  101. Diffusion dynamics of defects in Fe and Fe-P systems
  102. Molecular dynamics simulations of nanoindentation and nanotribology
  103. Stick slip and wear on metal surfaces
  104. Density functional study of Aun (n=3–5) clusters on relaxed graphite surfaces
  105. The influence of P solutes on an irradiated α-Fe matrix
  106. A model for the prediction of radiation defect profiles in the semiconductor target (HgCdTe) subjected to high power short pulsed ion beams
  107. A molecular dynamics model for the Coulomb explosion
  108. Diffusion of radiation damage in Fe–P systems
  109. The interaction of P atoms and radiation defects with grain boundaries in an α-Fe matrix
  110. Gold adatoms and dimers on relaxed graphite surfaces
  111. Modeling of stick-slip phenomena using molecular dynamics
  112. Atomistic simulations of structural transformations of silicon surfaces under nanoindentation
  113. Molecular-dynamics simulations of sputtering
  114. Spatial distribution profiles of defects in mercury cadmium telluride after ion implantation
  115. Molecular dynamic simulations of nanoscratching of silver (100)
  116. Nanostructured surfaces described by atomistic simulation methods
  117. Interaction of silver adatoms and dimers with graphite surfaces
  118. Computer modelling of ballistic particle ejection from NaCl
  119. Nanoscratching of silver () with a diamond tip
  120. The bonding sites and structure of C60 on the Si() surface
  121. Scaling behavior of the penetration depth of energetic silver clusters in graphite
  122. Implantation depth of size-selected silver clusters into graphite
  123. The structure of C60 and endohedral C60 on the Si{100} surface
  124. Atomistic modelling of nanoindentation in iron and silver
  125. The structure and energetics of carbon-nitrogen clusters
  126. Preferential damage at symmetrical tilt grain boundaries in bcc iron
  127. Biofilms and their modifications by laser irradiation
  128. Growth of amorphous carbon films by carbon atom bombardment in the energy range 10–500 eV
  129. Nanoindentation of carbon materials
  130. Numerical calculations using the hyper-molecular dynamics simulation method
  131. Numerical implementation of the hyper-molecular dynamics method with examples applied to diffusion
  132. Low energy deposition of size-selected Si clusters onto graphite
  133. Pinning of size-selected Ag clusters on graphite surfaces
  134. Diffusion limited biofilm growth
  135. Structural changes at grain boundaries in bcc iron induced by atomic collisions
  136. Nanoindentation of diamond, graphite and fullerene films
  137. Shallow junction formation by decaborane molecular ion implantation
  138. Theoretical study of electronic energy loss recently observed in impact collision ion scattering of a low energy Li+ from a TaB2(0001) surface
  139. Applications of genetic algorithms and neural networks to interatomic potentials
  140. Electronic energy loss of slow projectiles evaluated by molecular orbital theory
  141. Modelling radiation effects at grain boundaries in bcc iron
  142. Applications of neural networks to fitting interatomic potential functions
  143. Empirical potentials for C[sbnd]Si[sbnd]H systems with application to C60interactions with Si crystal surfaces
  144. Surface growth modes analysed with modern microscopic and computing techniques
  145. Molecular dynamics studies of particle impacts with carbon-based materials
  146. C60 film growth and the interaction of fullerenes with bare and H terminated Si surfaces, studied by molecular dynamics
  147. A molecular dynamics study of energetic particle impacts on carbon and silicon
  148. An investigation of collision propagation in energetic ion initiated cascades in copper
  149. Ion bombardment of polyethylene
  150. Molecular dynamics simulations of particle-surface interactions
  151. The interaction of C60 with hydrogen plasma
  152. Early stages of bump formation on the surface of ion-bombarded graphite
  153. The interaction of hydrogen with C60fullerenes
  154. Atomic collisions in semiconductors
  155. Ballistic simulation in surface science
  156. Energetic fullerene interactions with Si crystal surfaces
  157. Fast formulae for the time integral in binary collision calculations
  158. The structure of small clusters ejected by ion bombardment of solids
  159. Trapping mechanisms in scattering of beams at grazing incidence from crystals
  160. A semi-empirical many-body interatomic potential for modelling dynamical processes in gallium arsenide
  161. Computational models in atomic collision studies
  162. Long-range channelling in low energy ion implantation into silicon
  163. A single crystal carbon self-sputtering simulation
  164. High-yield sputtering events forAr+-ion bombardment of Cu in the energy range 1–20 keV
  165. keV particle bombardment of semiconductors: A molecular-dynamics simulation
  166. The evolution of gradient discontinuities (edges) on sputter-eroded surfaces
  167. Precision modeling of the mask–substrate evolution during ion etching
  168. Optimisation of the properties of a microfocused ion beam system
  169. Analytic, geometric and computer techniques for the prediction of morphology evolution of solid surfaces from multiple processes
  170. The criteria for surface reproducibility during erosion or growth
  171. High accuracy ion optics computing
  172. An algorithm to calculate secondary sputtering by the reflection of ions in two dimensions
  173. The development of surface discontinuities (edges) during sputtering induced erosion of solids
  174. Erosion of corners and edges on an ion-bombarded silicon surface
  175. Sample rocking and rotation in ion beam etching
  176. Surface topography evolution resulting from reactive etching and codeposition processes
  177. Computational models of liquid metal ion sources
  178. Surface morphology of Si(100), GaAs(100) and InP(100) following O2+ and Cs+ ion bombardment
  179. Sputter-depth profiling in AES: Dependence of depth resolution on electron and ion beam geometry
  180. Surface morphology during ion etching The influence of redeposition
  181. Surface morphology during ion etching The influence of redeposition
  182. The development of surface topography using two ion beams
  183. The erosion of amorphous and crystalline surfaces by ion bombardment
  184. The development of a general three‐dimensional surface under ion bombardment
  185. The development of surface shape during sputter-depth profiling in Auger electron spectroscopy
  186. The shape of field-ion emitters
  187. Ring counting in field-ion micrographs
  188. Ion trajectories in the field-ion microscope
  189. The distortion of a non-aligned magnetic field by the flow of an inviscid conducting fluid past a circular cylinder