Molecular Manipulation Lab

Scientists working in the MoMaLab

Christian Wagner

ERC StG group CM3 homepage
Publons profile
Google scholar
Linked in

Hadi Arefi

Google scholar

Ruslan Temirov

Low Temperature Scanning Probe Microscopy Group homepage Google scholar

F. Stefan Tautz

Peter Grünberg Institut (PGI-3) homepage


Alexandre Tkatchenko (U Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Theoretical Chemical Physics

Rolf Findeisen (OVGU Magdeburg, Germany)

Systems Theory and Automatic Control

Michael Rohlfing (WWU Münster, Germany)

Elektronic Structure and Dynamic of Condensed Matter

Klaus-Robert Müller (TU Berlin, Germany)

Institute of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science: Machine Learning

Anatole von Lilienfeld (U Basel, Switzerland)

Quantum mechanical rational compound design lab

Reinhard Maurer (U Warwick, UK)

Computational Surface Chemistry

Mads Brandbyge (TU Denmark, Denmark)

Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology

Jan van Ruitenbeek (U Leiden, The Netherlands)

Experimental Nanophysics

Paul Kögerler (RWTH Aachen, Germany)

Inorganic chemistry and molecular magnetism

June 27th, 2019

"The theory of scanning quantum dot microscopy" Read at J Phys. Cond. Mat.

June 10th, 2019

New 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

February 15th, 2019

We welcome Joshua Scheidt, computer science student at Maastricht University, who joins the MoMaLab for his master thesis.

February 4th, 2019

Hand-controlled STM-based atomic manipulation with real-time visual feedback from an MD simulation Read at Beilstein..

October 25th, 2018

We have been granted 2 Mio core‑h on JURECA for our simulation work on molecular adsorption and manipulation.
Meet us at
The 22nd International Conference on NC-AFMRegensburg, Germany, July 29 - August 2, 2019
Hands-on DFT and beyondBarcelona, Spain, August 26 - September 6, 2019
▶   704. WE-Heraeus-Seminar "Exploring the Limits of Nanoscience with Scanning Probe Methods"Bad Honnef, Germany, 27-31 October 2019