Scientists working in the MoMaLab
Christian WagnerERC StG group CM3 homepage
Hadi ArefiGoogle scholar
Ruslan TemirovLow Temperature Scanning Probe Microscopy Group homepage Google scholar
F. Stefan TautzPeter 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, 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
▶February 15th, 2019We welcome Joshua Scheidt, computer science student at Maastricht University, who joins the MoMaLab for his master thesis.
▶February 4th, 2019Hand-controlled STM-based atomic manipulation with real-time visual feedback from an MD simulation Read at Beilstein..
▶October 25th, 2018We have been granted 2 Mio core‑h on JURECA for our simulation work on molecular adsorption and manipulation.
▶ 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