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Zhang, R. Q. and De Sarkar, Abir and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2012) Excited state properties of Si quantum dots. phys. status solidi b 249, p. 401.

Dou, K .P. and Fan, W. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, T. and Wang, C. L. and Zhang, X. H. and Zhang, R. Q. (2011) Electron Transport Suppression from Tip−π State Interaction on Si(100)-2 × 1 Surfaces. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 7, p. 707.

Wang, Y. and Zhang, R. Q. and Frauenheim, Th. and Niehaus, Thomas A. (2009) Atomistic simulations of self-trapped exciton formation in silicon nanostructures: The transition from quantum dots to nanowires. J. Phys. Chem. C 113, p. 12935.

He, M. X. and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. and Lee, S. T. (2009) Sensitivity of hydrogenated silicon nanodot on small polar molecules. J. Theo. & Comp. Chem. 8, pp. 299-316.

Li, Q. S. and Zhang, R. Q. and Lee, S. T. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2008) Amine-capped silicon quantum dots. Appl. Phys. Lett. 92, 053107.

Wang, X. and Zhang, R. Q. and Lee, S. T. and Frauenheim, Th. and Niehaus, Thomas A. (2008) Anomalous Size Dependence of the Photoluminescence in reconstructed Silicon Nanoparticles. Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, p. 243120.

Li, Q. S. and Zhang, R. Q. and Lee, S. T. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2008) Optimal Surface Functionalization of Silicon Quantum Dots. J. Chem. Phys. 128, p. 244714.

Wang, X. and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2007) Excited state properties of allylamine-capped silicon quantum dots. J. Phys. Chem. C 111, p. 2394.

Lin, C. S. and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2007) Geometric and electronic structures of carbon nanotubes adsorbed with flavin adenine dinucleotide: A theoretical study. J. Phys. Chem. C 111, p. 4069.

Wang, X. and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. and Lee, S. T. (2007) Hydrogenated silicon nanoparticles relaxed in excited states. J. Phys. Chem. C 111, p. 12588.

Feng, C. and Zhang, R. Q. and Dong, S. L. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2007) Signatures in vibrational spectra of ice nanotubes revealed by a density functional tight binding method. J. Phys. Chem. C 111, p. 14131.

Li, Q.S. and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. and Lee, S. T. (2007) Stabilizing excited-state silicon nanoparticles by surface oxidation. Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 043106.

Li, Q. S and Zhang, R. Q. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. and Lee, S. T. (2007) Theoretical studies on optical and electronic properties of propionic-acid-terminated silicon quantum dots. J. Chem. Theo. Comput. 3, p. 1518.

Wang, X. and Zhang, R. Q. and Lee, S. T. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2007) Unusual size dependence of the optical emission gap in small hydrogenated silicon nanoparticles. Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, p. 123116.

Lin, C. S. and Zhang, R. Q. and Lee, C. S. and Niehaus, Thomas A. and Frauenheim, Th. (2006) Geometric and excited-state properties of 1,4-bis(benzothiazolylvinyl) benzeneinteracting with 2,2',2''-(1,3,5-phenylene)tris[1-phenyl-1H-benzimidazole] studied by a density-functional tight-binding method. J. Phys. Chem. B 110, p. 20847.

Book Section

Niehaus, Thomas A. and Chen, G. H. (2012) 2. Quantum transport simulations based on time dependent density functional theory. In: Zeng, J. and Zhang, R. Q. and Treutlein, H., (eds.) Quantum Simulation for Material and Biological systems. Springer , pp. 17-32.

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