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Artem Fediai

Dr. Artem Fediai

Nanoscale and Biomolecular Simulation
Research Unit: Quantum Engineering and Transport
Room: 0-221
Phone: 0721/608-28950
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Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute of Nanotechnology
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

Recent Publications

Polarization-Sensitive Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes All-in-One Photodetecting and Emitting Device Working at 1.55 µm
Balestrieri, M; Keita, A.-S.; Duran-Valdeiglesias, E.; Alonso-Ramos, C., Zhang, W.; Le Roux, X.; Cassan, E.; Vivien, L.; Bezugly, V.; Fediai, A.; Derycke, V.; Filoramo, A.
Advanced Functional Materials 2017, 27, 1702341. [10.1002/adfm.201702341]

In Situ Electron Driven Carbon Nanopillar-Fullerene Transformation through Cr Atom Mediation
Zhao, L.; Ta, Q.H.; Dianat, A.; Soni, A.; Fediai, A.; Yin, W.; Gemming T.; Trzebicka B.; Cuniberti G.; Liu, Z.; Bachmatiuk, A.; Rummeli, M. H.
Nano Letters 2017 17 (8), 4725-4732. [10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b01406]

Impact of incomplete metal coverage on the electrical properties of metal-CNT contacts: A large-scale ab initio study
Fediai, A.; Ryndyk, D. A.; Seifert, G.; Mothes, S.; Schroter, M.; Claus, M.; Cuniberti, G.
Applied Physics Letters 2016, 109 (10), 103101. [10.1063/1.4962439]

(IOP Highlight 2016) The modular approach enables a fully ab-initio simulation of the contacts between 3D and 2D materials
Fediai, A.; Ryndyk, D. A.; Cuniberti, G.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 2016, 28 (39), 395303. [10.1088/0953-8984/28/39/395303]

Towards an optimal contact metal for CNTFETs
Fediai, A.; Ryndyk, D.A.; Seifert, G.; Mothes, S.; Claus, M.; Schroter, M.; Cuniberti, G.
Nanoscale 2016, 8 (19), 10240-10251. [10.1039/C6NR01012A]

Electron transport in extended carbon-nanotube/metal contacts: Ab initio based Green function method
Fediai, A.; Ryndyk, D.A.; Cuniberti, G.,
Physical Review B 2015, 91 (16), 165404. [10.1103/PhysRevB.91.165404]