Thomas Frauenheim
Thomas Frauenheim
Professor für Computational Materials Science
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Self-consistent-charge density-functional tight-binding method for simulations of complex materials properties
M Elstner, D Porezag, G Jungnickel, J Elsner, M Haugk, T Frauenheim, ...
Physical Review B 58 (11), 7260, 1998
Construction of tight-binding-like potentials on the basis of density-functional theory: Application to carbon
D Porezag, T Frauenheim, T Köhler, G Seifert, R Kaschner
Physical Review B 51 (19), 12947, 1995
DFTB+, a sparse matrix-based implementation of the DFTB method
B Aradi, B Hourahine, T Frauenheim
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111 (26), 5678-5684, 2007
Hydrogen bonding and stacking interactions of nucleic acid base pairs: A density-functional-theory based treatment
M Elstner, P Hobza, T Frauenheim, S Suhai, E Kaxiras
The Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (12), 5149-5155, 2001
Phosphorene as a Superior Gas Sensor: Selective Adsorption and Distinct IV Response
L Kou, T Frauenheim, C Chen
The journal of physical chemistry letters 5 (15), 2675-2681, 2014
Calculations of molecules, clusters, and solids with a simplified LCAO‐DFT‐LDA scheme
G Seifert, D Porezag, T Frauenheim
International journal of quantum chemistry 58 (2), 185-192, 1996
DFTB+, a software package for efficient approximate density functional theory based atomistic simulations
B Hourahine, B Aradi, V Blum, F Bonafe, A Buccheri, C Camacho, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 152 (12), 2020
A self‐consistent charge density‐functional based tight‐binding method for predictive materials simulations in physics, chemistry and biology
T Frauenheim, G Seifert, M Elsterner, Z Hajnal, G Jungnickel, D Porezag, ...
physica status solidi (b) 217 (1), 41-62, 2000
A QM/MM implementation of the self-consistent charge density functional tight binding (SCC-DFTB) method
Q Cui, M Elstner, E Kaxiras, T Frauenheim, M Karplus
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105 (2), 569-585, 2001
Atomistic simulations of complex materials: ground-state and excited-state properties
T Frauenheim, G Seifert, M Elstner, T Niehaus, C Köhler, M Amkreutz, ...
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 14 (11), 3015, 2002
Structure and electronic properties of MoS 2 nanotubes
G Seifert, H Terrones, M Terrones, G Jungnickel, T Frauenheim
Physical Review Letters 85 (1), 146, 2000
Oscillatory crossover from two-dimensional to three-dimensional topological insulators
CX Liu, HJ Zhang, B Yan, XL Qi, T Frauenheim, X Dai, Z Fang, SC Zhang
Physical Review B—Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 81 (4), 041307, 2010
Tight-binding approach to time-dependent density-functional response theory
TA Niehaus, S Suhai, F Della Sala, P Lugli, M Elstner, G Seifert, ...
Physical Review B 63 (8), 085108, 2001
Theory of threading edge and screw dislocations in GaN
J Elsner, R Jones, PK Sitch, VD Porezag, M Elstner, T Frauenheim, ...
Physical review letters 79 (19), 3672, 1997
Accurate defect levels obtained from the HSE06 range-separated hybrid functional
P Deák, B Aradi, T Frauenheim, E Janzén, A Gali
Physical Review B—Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 81 (15), 153203, 2010
Boron-nitrogen analogues of the fullerenes: electronic and structural properties
G Seifert, PW Fowler, D Mitchell, D Porezag, T Frauenheim
Chemical Physics Letters 268 (5-6), 352-358, 1997
Deep acceptors trapped at threading-edge dislocations in GaN
J Elsner, R Jones, MI Heggie, PK Sitch, M Haugk, T Frauenheim, S Öberg, ...
Physical review B 58 (19), 12571, 1998
Two-Dimensional Cu2Si Monolayer with Planar Hexacoordinate Copper and Silicon Bonding
LM Yang, V Bacic, IA Popov, AI Boldyrev, T Heine, T Frauenheim, E Ganz
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (7), 2757-2762, 2015
Hydrogen adsorption and storage in carbon nanotubes
SM Lee, KS Park, YC Choi, YS Park, JM Bok, DJ Bae, KS Nahm, YG Choi, ...
Synthetic metals 113 (3), 209-216, 2000
Tight-binding molecular-dynamics simulation of impurities in ultrananocrystalline diamond grain boundaries
P Zapol, M Sternberg, LA Curtiss, T Frauenheim, DM Gruen
Physical Review B 65 (4), 045403, 2001
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