With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Classical mechanics and Motion (physics). He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Quantum mechanics and Electromagnetic field via his papers. Bernd Gotsmann incorporates Quantum electrodynamics and Quantum mechanics in his research. Bernd Gotsmann incorporates Statistical physics and Classical mechanics in his research. Oceanography is closely attributed to Particle (ecology) in his study. As part of his studies on Particle (ecology), he often connects relevant subjects like Oceanography. He combines topics linked to Inverse with his work on Geometry. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Ion and Charged particle in his work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Charged particle and Ion.
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The "millipede" - nanotechnology entering data storage
P. Vettiger;G. Cross;M. Despont;U. Drechsler.
IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (2002)
How to measure energy dissipation in dynamic mode atomic force microscopy
B. Anczykowski;B. Gotsmann;H. Fuchs;J.P. Cleveland.
Applied Surface Science (1999)
Nanoscale Three-Dimensional Patterning of Molecular Resists by Scanning Probes
David Pires;James L. Hedrick;Anuja De Silva;Jane Frommer.
Conservative and dissipative tip-sample interaction forces probed with dynamic AFM
B. Gotsmann;C. Seidel;B. Anczykowski;H. Fuchs.
Physical Review B (1999)
Atomistic wear in a single asperity sliding contact.
Bernd Gotsmann;Mark A. Lantz.
Physical Review Letters (2008)
Experimental signatures of the mixed axial–gravitational anomaly in the Weyl semimetal NbP
Johannes Gooth;Johannes Gooth;Anna C. Niemann;Anna C. Niemann;Tobias Meng;Adolfo G. Grushin.
Ultralow nanoscale wear through atom-by-atom attrition in silicon-containing diamond-like carbon
Harish Bhaskaran;Bernd Gotsmann;Abu Sebastian;Ute Drechsler.
Nature Nanotechnology (2010)
Temperature mapping of operating nanoscale devices by scanning probe thermometry.
Fabian Menges;Philipp Mensch;Heinz Schmid;Heike Riel.
Nature Communications (2016)
Electrical and Thermal Transport at the Planckian Bound of Dissipation in the Hydrodynamic Electron Fluid of WP2
J. Gooth;F. Menges;C. Shekhar;V. Süß.
arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons (2017)
Thermal and electrical signatures of a hydrodynamic electron fluid in tungsten diphosphide.
J Gooth;J Gooth;F Menges;F Menges;N Kumar;V Süβ.
Nature Communications (2018)
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