Harald Brune

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Professeur ordinaire

harald.brune@epfl.ch +41 21 693 54 51 http://ipn2.epfl.ch/LNS

Nationalité : German

Date de naissance : 16.09.1961

PH A1 382 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Unité: SPH-ENS


PH A1 382 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Données administratives


Microscopie à effet tunnel, microscopie à force atomique, croissance epitaxiale, magnétisme, catalyse hétérogène, Physique des surfaces


Autres publications

H. R�der, E. Hahn, H. Brune, J. P. Bucher, and K. Kern
Nature 366, 141 (1993).
Building one- and two-dimensional nanostructures by diffusion-controlled aggregation at surfaces
H. Brune, C. Romainczyk, H. R�der, and K. Kern
Nature 369, 469 (1994).
Mechanism of the transition from fractal to dendritic growth of surface aggregates
K. Bromann, C. F�lix, H. Brune, W. Harbich, R. Monot, J. Buttet, and K. Kern
Science 274, 956 (1996).
Controlled Deposition of Size-Selected Ag Nanoclusters
H. Brune, M. Giovannini, K. Bromann, and K. Kern
Nature 394, 451 (1998).
Self-organized growth of nanostructure arrays on strain-relief patterns
H. Brune
Surf. Sci. Rep. 31, 121 (1998).
Microscopic view of epitaxial metal growth: nucleation and aggregation
P. Gambardella, S. Rusponi, M. Veronese, S. S. Dhesi, C. Grazioli, A. Dallmeyer, I. Cabria, R. Zeller, P. H. Dederichs, K. Kern, C. Carbone, and H. Brune
Science 300, 1130 (2003).
Giant Magnetic Anisotropy of Single Co Atoms and Nanoparticles on Pt
S. Rusponi, T. Cren, N. Weiss, M. Epple, P. Buluschek, L. Claude, and H. Brune
Nat. Mater. 2, 546 (2003).
The remarkable difference between surface and perimeter atoms in the magnetic anisotropy of 2D nanostructures