AuthorProfile for David Tomanek

Direct observation of optically induced transient structures in graphite using ultrafast electron crystallography.
  Ramani K. Raman   Yoshie Murooka   Chong-Yu Ruan   Teng Yang   Savas Berber   David Tománek
Interplay between structure and magnetism in $Mo_{12} S_9 I_9$ nanowires
  Yang, Teng   Okano, Shinya   Berber, Savas   Tomanek, David
Effect of SOCl2 treatment on electrical and mechanical properties of single-wall carbon nanotube networks.
  Urszula Dettlaff-Weglikowska   Viera Skákalová   Ralf Graupner   Sung Ho Jhang   Byung Hoon Kim   Hyun Jung Lee   Lothar Ley   Yung Woo Park   Savas Berber   David Tománek   Siegmar Roth
Cold fusion: How close can deuterium atoms come inside palladium?
  Sun, Z.   Tomanek, D.
Modeling extended contacts to nanotube and graphene devices
  Nemec, Norbert   Tomanek, David   Cuniberti, Gianaurelio
Designing rigid carbon foams
  Park, Sora   Kittimanapun, Kritsada   Ahn, Jeung-Sun   Kwon, Young-Kyun   Tomanek, David
Hydrogenation of single-wall carbon nanotubes using polyamine reagents: combined experimental and theoretical study.
  Glen P. Miller   Jeremy Kintigh   Eunja Kim   Philippe F. Weck   Savas Berber   David Tomanek
Molecular self-assembly of functionalized fullerenes on a metal surface.
  Bogdan Diaconescu   Teng Yang   Savas Berber   Mikael Jazdzyk   Glen P. Miller   David Tománek   Karsten Pohl
Orientational Melting in Carbon Nanotube Ropes
  Kwon, Young-Kyun   Tomanek, David
Interplay between structure and magnetism in Mo12S9I9 nanowires.
  Teng Yang   Shinya Okano   Savas Berber   David Tománek
Real-Values Array Indices - An Initial Look.
  Charles Severance   Richard J. Enbody   David Tománek   Aurel Bulgac
Self-assembly of long chain alkanes and their derivatives on graphite.
  Teng Yang   Savas Berber   Jun-Fu Liu   Glen P. Miller   David Tománek
Microscopic formation mechanism of nanotube peapods.
  Savas Berber   Young-Kyun Kwon   David Tománek
A Topology- and Problem-Independent Scalable Parallel Approach to Molecular Dynamics Simulation.
  Pete Nesbeitt   Richard J. Enbody   Gregor Overney   David Tománek   Aurel Bulgac   Charles Severance
Ab initio simulations of excited carrier dynamics in carbon nanotubes
  Miyamoto, Yoshiyuki   Rubio, Angel   Tomanek, David
Revealing subsurface vibrational modes by atom-resolved damping force spectroscopy.
  Makoto Ashino   Roland Wiesendanger   Andrei N. Khlobystov   Savas Berber   David Tománek
Toward uniform nanotubular compounds: synthetic approach and ab initio calculations.
  Glen P. Miller   Shinya Okano   David Tománek
Hydrogen-induced disintegration of fullerenes and nanotubes: An ab initio study
  Berber, Savas   Tomanek, David
Giant magneto-conductance in twisted carbon nanotubes
  Bailey, Steven W. D.   Tomanek, David   Kwon, Young-Kyun   Lambert, Colin J.
A novel hybrid carbon material.
  Albert G. Nasibulin   Peter V. Pikhitsa   Hua Jiang   David P. Brown   Arkady V. Krasheninnikov   Anton S. Anisimov   Paula Queipo   Anna Moisala   David Gonzalez   Günther Lientschnig   Abdou Hassanien   Sergey D. Shandakov   Giulio Lolli   Daniel E. Resasco   Mansoo Choi   David Tománek   Esko I. Kauppinen
Real-time ab initio simulations of excited carrier dynamics in carbon nanotubes.
  Yoshiyuki Miyamoto   Angel Rubio   David Tománek
Role of electronic excitations in ion collisions with carbon nanostructures.
  Arkady V. Krasheninnikov   Yoshiyuki Miyamoto   David Tománek
Revealing Sub-Surface Vibrational Modes by Atom-Resolved Damping Force Spectroscopy
  Ashino, Makoto   Wiesendanger, Roland   Khlobystov, Andrei N.   Berber, Savas   Tomanek, David
Magnetism of small transition metal clusters and the effects of isomerisation
  Borrmann, Peter   Diekmann, Bernd   Hilf, Eberhard R.   Tomanek, David
Zipper mechanism of nanotube fusion: theory and experiment.
  Mina Yoon   Seungwu Han   Gunn Kim   Sang Bong Lee   Savas Berber   Eiji Osawa   Jisoon Ihm   Mauricio Terrones   Florian Banhart   Jean-Christophe Charlier   Nicole Grobert   Humberto Terrones   Pulickel M. Ajayan   David Tománek
Unraveling nanotubes: field emission from an atomic wire.
  A. G. Rinzler   J. H. Hafner   P. Nikolaev   P. Nordlander   D. T. Colbert   R. E. Smalley   L. Lou   S. G. Kim   D. Tománek