PublicationsCheck out the full publication list of MoMaLab scientists here.
Publications from our core projects
Review articles and book chapters
Perspectives of Molecular Manipulation and Fabrication by C. Wagner, R. Temirov, and F. S. Tautz in "Molecular Architectonics - The Third Stage of Single Molecule Electronics" Editor: Takuji Ogawa; Springer 2017
Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy with Single Molecule Force Sensors by R. Temirov, and F. S. Tautz in "Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy Volume 3" Editors: S. Morita, F. Gießibl, E. Meyer, R. Wiesendanger, Springer 2017
Tunnelling junctions with additional degrees of freedom: An extended toolbox of scanning probe microscopy by C. Wagner and R. Temirov, Prog. Surf. Sci. 90, 194 (2015)
From moleclar manipulation to robotic nanofabrication
Autonomous robotic nanofabrication with reinforcement learning by P. Leinen, M. Esders, K. T. Schütt, C. Wagner, K.-R. Müller and F. S. Tautz, Science Advances 6, eabb6987 (2020)
Intuitive human interface to a scanning tunneling microscope: observation of parity oscillations for a single atomic chain by S. Tewari, J. Bakermans, C. Wagner, F. Galli, and J. M. v. Ruitenbeek, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 10, 337 (2019)
A standing molecule as a single-electron field emitter by T. Esat, N. Friedrich, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Nature 558, 573–576 (2018) News & Views
Control on a Molecular Scale: A Perspective by R. Findeisen, M. A. Grover, C. Wagner, M. Maiworm, R. Temirov, F. S. Tautz, M. V. Salapaka, S. Salapaka, R. D. Braatz, S.O. R. Moheimani, American Control Conference (ACC) 3069-3082 (2016)
Hand controlled manipulation of single molecules via a scanning probe microscope with a 3D virtual reality interface by P. Leinen, M. F. B. Green, T. Esat, C. Wagner, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, J. Vis. Exp. 116, e54506 (2016)
Virtual reality visual feedback for hand-controlled scanning probe microscopy manipulation of single molecules by P. Leinen, M. F. B. Green, T. Esat, C. Wagner, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 6, 2148 (2015)
Patterning a hydrogen-bonded molecular monolayer with a hand-controlled scanning probe microscope by M. F. B. Green, T. Esat, C. Wagner, P. Leinen, A. Grötsch, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 5, 1926 (2014) Beilstein TV Video
Non-additivity of molecule-surface van der Waals potentials from force measurements by C. Wagner, N. Fournier, V. G. Ruiz, C. Li, K. Müllen, M. Rohlfing, A. Tkatchenko, R. Temirov, and F. S. Tautz, Nat. Commun. 5, 5568 (2014)
The role of surface corrugation and tip oscillation in single-molecule manipulation with a non-contact atomic force microscope by C. Wagner, N. Fournier, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 5, 202 (2014)
Measurement of the Binding Energies of the Organic-Metal Perylene-Teracarboxylic-Dianhydride/Au(111) Bonds by Molecular Manipulation Using an Atomic Force Microscope by C. Wagner, N. Fournier, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 076102 (2012)
Force-controlled lifting of molecular wires by N. Fournier, C. Wagner, C. Weiss, R. Temirov, and F. S. Tautz, Phys. Rev. B 84, 035435 (2011)
Electrical transport through a mechanically gated molecular wire by C. Toher, R. Temirov, A. Greuling, F. Pump, M. Kaczmarski, G. Cuniberti, M. Rohlfing, and F. S. Tautz, Phys. Rev. B 83, 155402 (2011)
Kondo effect by controlled cleavage of a single-molecule contact by R. Temirov, A. Lassise, F. B. Anders, and F. S. Tautz, Nanotechnology 19, 065401 (2008)
Scanning Quantum Dot Microscopy
Quantitative imaging of electric surface potentials with single-atom sensitivity by C. Wagner, M. F. B. Green, M. Maiworm, P. Leinen, T. Esat, N. Ferri, N. Friedrich, R. Findeisen, A. Tkatchenko, R. Temirov, F. S. Tautz, Nat. Mater. 18, 853 (2019) News & Views
The theory of scanning quantum dot microscopy by C. Wagner and F. S. Tautz, J. Phys.: Cond. Mat. 31, 475901 (2019)
Two-degree-of-freedom control combining machine learning and extremum seeking for fast scanning quantum dot microscopy by M. Maiworm, C. Wagner, R. Temirov, F S. Tautz, R. Findeisen, American Control Conference (ACC) 4360-4366 (2018)
Molecular Model of a Quantum Dot Beyond the Constant Interaction Approximation by R. Temirov, M. F. B. Green, N. Friedrich, P. Leinen, T. Esat, P. Chmielniak, S. Sarwar, J. Rawson, P. Kögerler, C. Wagner, M. Rohlfing, F S. Tautz, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 206801 (2018)
Scanning quantum dot microscopy: A quantitative method to measure local electrostatic potential near surfaces by Matthew F. B. Green1,2, C. Wagner, P. Leinen, T. Deilmann, P. Krüger, M. Rohlfing, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Jpn J. Appl. Phys. 55, 08NA04 (2016)
High-resolution SPM methods with the sensor-transducer principle
Mechanism of high-resolution STM/AFM imaging with functionalized tips by P. Hapala, G. Kichin, C. Wagner, F. S. Tautz, R. Temirov, and P. Jelínek, Phys. Rev. B 90, 085421 (2014)
Calibrating atomic-scale force sensors installed at the tip apex of a scanning tunneling microscope by G. Kichin, C. Wagner, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Phys. Rev. B 87, 081408(R) (2013)
Single molecule and single atom sensors for atomic resolution imaging of chemically complex surfaces by G. Kichin, C. Weiss, C. Wagner, F. S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133, 16847 (2011)
Direct Imaging of Intermolecular Bonds in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy by C. Weiss, C. Wagner, R. Temirov and F. S. Tautz, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 11864 (2010)
Imaging Pauli Repulsion in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy by C. Weiss, C. Wagner, C. Kleimann, M. Rohlfing, F.S. Tautz, and R. Temirov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 086103 (2010) Focus
▶December 19th, 2020
Postdoc position availableget more information.
▶October 22nd, 2020Congratulations to F. Stefan Tautz for being a winner at the Falling Walls and Berlin Science Week in the category Engineering and Technology. Watch the Online live-stream session Breaking the Wall of Building with Molecules
▶September 2nd, 2020Introducing machine learning to the nanoscale: "Autonomous robotic nanofabrication with reinforcement learning" Read at Science Advances Press release
▶July 2020Our Helmholtz-AI project MomoNano (together with HZB and TU-Berlin) successfully competed for a three year funding by the Helmholtz Association.
▶October 23th, 2019We have been granted another 3.5 Mio core‑h on JURECA.
▶June 27th, 2019"The theory of scanning quantum dot microscopy" Read at J Phys. Cond. Mat.
▶June 10th, 2019New scanning quantum dot microscopy (SQDM) paper online. Quantitative measurements of surface potentials and dipoles. New window to the nanoscale world. Read at Nature Materials Read full-text w/o subscription Press release