Marco Salvalaglio
Marco Salvalaglio
Technische Universität Dresden - Emmy Noether Group Leader
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Complex dewetting scenarios of ultrathin silicon films for large-scale nanoarchitectures
M Naffouti, R Backofen, M Salvalaglio, T Bottein, M Lodari, A Voigt, ...
Science advances 3 (11), eaao1472, 2017
Faceting of equilibrium and metastable nanostructures: a phase-field model of surface diffusion tackling realistic shapes
M Salvalaglio, R Backofen, R Bergamaschini, F Montalenti, A Voigt
Crystal Growth & Design 15 (6), 2787-2794, 2015
Highly Mismatched, Dislocation‐Free SiGe/Si Heterostructures
F Isa, M Salvalaglio, YAR Dasilva, M Meduňa, M Barget, A Jung, ...
Advanced Materials 28, 884-888, 2016
Ge crystals on Si show their light
F Pezzoli, F Isa, G Isella, CV Falub, T Kreiliger, M Salvalaglio, ...
Physical Review Applied 1 (4), 044005, 2014
Continuum modelling of semiconductor heteroepitaxy: an applied perspective
R Bergamaschini, M Salvalaglio, R Backofen, A Voigt, F Montalenti
Advances in Physics: X 1 (3), 331-367, 2016
Growth kinetics and morphological analysis of homoepitaxial GaAs fins by theory and experiment
M Albani, L Ghisalberti, R Bergamaschini, M Friedl, M Salvalaglio, A Voigt, ...
Physical Review Materials 2 (9), 093404, 2018
Hyperuniform monocrystalline structures by spinodal solid-state dewetting
M Salvalaglio, M Bouabdellaoui, M Bollani, A Benali, L Favre, JB Claude, ...
Physical review letters 125 (12), 126101, 2020
Morphological evolution of pit-patterned Si (001) substrates driven by surface-energy reduction
M Salvalaglio, R Backofen, A Voigt, F Montalenti
Nanoscale research letters 12, 1-8, 2017
Fully coherent growth of Ge on free-standing Si (001) nanomesas
F Montalenti, M Salvalaglio, A Marzegalli, P Zaumseil, G Capellini, ...
Physical Review B 89 (1), 014101, 2014
A coarse-grained phase-field crystal model of plastic motion
M Salvalaglio, L Angheluta, ZF Huang, A Voigt, KR Elder, J Viñals
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 137, 103856, 2020
Convexity splitting in a phase field model for surface diffusion
R Backofen, SM Wise, M Salvalaglio, A Voigt
Int. J. Numer. Anal. Mod. 16, 192-209, 2019
Templated dewetting of single-crystal sub-millimeter-long nanowires and on-chip silicon circuits
M Bollani, M Salvalaglio, A Benali, M Bouabdellaoui, M Naffouti, M Lodari, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 5632, 2019
GaAs/Ge crystals grown on Si substrates patterned down to the micron scale
AG Taboada, M Meduňa, M Salvalaglio, F Isa, T Kreiliger, CV Falub, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 119 (5), 2016
Photodetection in hybrid single layer graphene/fully coherent Ge island nanostructures selectively grown on Si nano-tip patterns
G Niu, C Giovanni, G Lupina, T Niermann, M Salvalaglio, A Marzegalli, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (3), 2017–2026, 2016
Fine control of plastic and elastic relaxation in Ge/Si vertical heterostructures
M Salvalaglio, F Montalenti
Journal of Applied Physics 116 (10), 2014
Closing the gap between atomic-scale lattice deformations and continuum elasticity
M Salvalaglio, A Voigt, KR Elder
npj Computational Materials 5 (1), 48, 2019
Controlling the energy of defects and interfaces in the amplitude expansion of the phase-field crystal model
M Salvalaglio, R Backofen, A Voigt, KR Elder
Physical Review E 96 (2), 023301, 2017
Engineered coalescence by annealing 3D Ge microstructures into high-quality suspended layers on Si
M Salvalaglio, R Bergamaschini, F Isa, A Scaccabarozzi, G Isella, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (34), 19219-19225, 2015
Competition Between Kinetics and Thermodynamics During the Growth of Faceted Crystal by Phase Field Modeling
M Albani, R Bergamaschini, M Salvalaglio, A Voigt, L Miglio, F Montalenti
physica status solidi (b), 1800518, 2019
Defects at grain boundaries: A coarse-grained, three-dimensional description by the amplitude expansion of the phase-field crystal model
M Salvalaglio, R Backofen, KR Elder, A Voigt
Physical Review Materials 2 (5), 053804, 2018
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