1 article(s) from Keller, Lukas
Block-flow diagram of the environment of the pattern generator program using input from a geometry ...
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Illustration of the three dimensional pitch Π3D, projected in the x–z-plane: In every frame each ac...
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Visualization of the height-dependent deposition rate: The blue circles correspond to vertices defi...
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Schematic overview of the angle-sorted proximity avoiding algorithm (asPAA). a: In order to minimiz...
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Schematic overview of the best permutation proximity avoiding algorithm (bpPAA). The algorithm gene...
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Calibration of deposition speed parameters xF und zF. Shown is one deposition series from 52° tilte...
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Angle-test structure consisting of several elements. Each element has a vertical pillar and a tilte...
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Avoiding of proximity effects: A and B are 2 × 2 arrays of cubes resting on a short pillar. They ar...
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Comparison of the angle-sorted proximity avoiding algorithm (asPAA) and the best permutation PAA (b...
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Height correction: Both left images are taken from a 52° tilted view. (A) is deposited without heig...
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Array of trees, each consisting of a root and three branches. The roots of the trees of the second ...
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Buckyball structure in top and side view (52° tilted). Precursor: Me3CpMePt(IV), normal mode.
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2 × 2 array of nanotrees consisting of a root and branches deposited with the CoFe precursor and a ...
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Working principle of the simple shadowing algorithm. A plane is defined parallel to the opening of ...
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In order to investigate the shape of edge tips with different edge inclination, deposits like shown...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 2581–2598, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.240
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