2022 - Research.com Materials Science in Finland Leader Award
Atomic physics, Molecular dynamics, Irradiation, Chemical physics and Ion are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Atomic physics study are interwoven with issues in Crystallographic defect, Cascade, Hydrogen and Threshold displacement energy. His Molecular dynamics research integrates issues from Frenkel defect, Vacancy defect, Displacement and Tungsten.
The Irradiation study combines topics in areas such as Nanotube, Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Molecular physics and Graphite. His Chemical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sputtering, Crystal structure, Physical chemistry, Ab initio and Metal. His study in Ion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amorphous solid and Carbon.
His main research concerns Molecular dynamics, Atomic physics, Ion, Irradiation and Chemical physics. He usually deals with Molecular dynamics and limits it to topics linked to Radiation damage and Cascade. The various areas that Kai Nordlund examines in his Atomic physics study include Hydrogen, Tungsten, Sputtering, Amorphous solid and Atom.
His Ion study incorporates themes from Scattering and Vacancy defect. His Irradiation research incorporates themes from Crystallographic defect, Nanotechnology, Semiconductor and Analytical chemistry. His Chemical physics research incorporates elements of Carbon, Phase, Nanoclusters and Interatomic potential.
His main research concerns Molecular dynamics, Ion, Irradiation, Molecular physics and Sputtering. His work deals with themes such as Chemical physics, Crystallographic defect and Cluster, which intersect with Molecular dynamics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Range, Silicon and Atomic physics in addition to Ion.
His Atomic physics research focuses on subjects like Tungsten, which are linked to Plasma and Kinetic Monte Carlo. His Irradiation research focuses on High entropy alloys and how it connects with Thermodynamics. His Molecular physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cascade, Fluence and Recrystallization.
Kai Nordlund mainly focuses on Molecular dynamics, Radiation damage, Irradiation, Ion and Tungsten. He combines subjects such as Range, Density functional theory and Nanostructure with his study of Molecular dynamics. His Radiation damage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Molecular physics, Atom, Computational physics and Semiconductor.
The various areas that Kai Nordlund examines in his Irradiation study include Alloy, Metallurgy, Solid solution, High entropy alloys and Dislocation. Kai Nordlund interconnects Wavelength and Silicon in the investigation of issues within Ion. His Tungsten study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Kinetic Monte Carlo, Atomic physics and Cluster.
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Defect production in collision cascades in elemental semiconductors and fcc metals
K. Nordlund;K. Nordlund;M. Ghaly;R. S. Averback;M. Caturla.
Physical Review B (1998)
Ion and electron irradiation-induced effects in nanostructured materials
Arkady Krasheninnikov;Kai Nordlund.
Journal of Applied Physics (2010)
Recent progress in research on tungsten materials for nuclear fusion applications in Europe
M. Rieth;S. L. Dudarev;S. M. Gonzalez De Vicente;J. Aktaa.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2013)
Magnetic properties and diffusion of adatoms on a graphene sheet.
P. O. Lehtinen;Adam S. Foster;A. Ayuela;A. Krasheninnikov.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Evidence for native-defect donors in n-type ZnO.
David C. Look;David C. Look;Gary C. Farlow;Pakpoom Reunchan;Sukit Limpijumnong.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Molecular dynamics simulation of ion ranges in the 1–100 keV energy range
Computational Materials Science (1995)
Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes with vacancies and related defects
M. Sammalkorpi;A.V. Krasheninnikov;A. Kuronen;K. Nordlund.
Physical Review B (2004)
Formation of ion-irradiation-induced atomic-scale defects on walls of carbon nanotubes
A. V. Krasheninnikov;K. Nordlund;M. Sirviö;E. Salonen.
Physical Review B (2001)
Formation of Ion Irradiation-Induced Small-Scale Defects on Graphite Surfaces.
K. Nordlund;J. Keinonen;T. Mattila.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Molecular dynamics investigations of surface damage produced by kiloelectronvolt self-bombardment of solids
Mai Ghaly;Kai Nordlund;Robert S Averback.
Philosophical Magazine (1999)
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