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Materials analysis, simulations and tailoring properties

The current research focus is on materials of importance for nanotechnology, micro- and optoelectronics, spintronics, fusion technology and particle detectors. Their properties are studied by applying various ion beam based techniques as well as by computational means. The respective equipment employed for these activities are described in detail under the various laboratory profiles.

Research Highlights

Segregation of Ni at early stages of radiation damage in NiCoFeCr solid solution alloys, F. Tuomisto, I. Makkonen, J. Heikinheimo, F. Granberg, F. Djurabekova, K. Nordlund, G. Vlisa, H. Bei, H. Xue, W.J. Weber, Y. Zhang.
Interfacial N Vacancies in GaN/(Al,Ga)N/GaN Heterostructures, Vera Prozheeva, Ilja Makkonen, Haoran Li, Stacia Keller, Umesh K. Mishra, and Filip Tuomisto.
Insights into the primary radiation damage of silicon by a machine learning interatomic potential, A. Hamedani , J. Byggmästar , F. Djurabekova, G. Alahyarizadeh, R. Ghaderi , A. Minuchehr, K. Nordlund.