A Unified Spatio-Temporal Framework of the Cuerno—Barabasi Stochastic Continuum Model of Surface Sputtering; Communications in Theoretical Physics 58, 165 (2012).
The nonlinear continuum model proposed by Cuerno and Barabasi is the most successful and widely acceptable theoretical description of oblique incidence ion sputtered surfaces to date and is quite robust in its predictions of the time evolution and scaling of interfaces driven by ion bombardment. However, this theory has thus far predicted only ripple topographies and rough surfaces for short...
Published at Communications in Theoretical Physics
Pages 165 - 170
Published in 2012
Oluwole Emmanuel Oyewande
Oyewande Oluwole » Dr Oluwole Oyewande obtained his bachelor and master of science degrees from the University of Ibadan. He was awarded a scholarship of the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics for the 2001-2002 advanced postgraduate diploma in condensed matter physics. After successfully completing the intense training program, he was appointed as a research assistant (Wissenschaeftlicher... view full profile
Time evolution of damage under variable ranges of load transfer; Physical Review E 68, 0261161 (2003).
Propagation of ripples in Monte Carlo models of sputter-induced surface morphology; Physical Review B 71, 195405 (2005).
Morphological regions and oblique-incidence dot formation in a model of surface sputtering; Physical Review B 73, 115434 (2006).
Numerical analysis of quantum dots on off-normal incidence ion sputtered surfaces; Physical Review B 75, 155325 (2007).
The Hausdorff chirality measure and a proposed Hausdorff structure measure; Molecular Physics 107, 281 (2009).
Projected Range and Sputter Yield of Ne and Ar ions in the Sputtering of Lead and Tin Perovskites; IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 173, 012045 (2018).