For Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Freiburg, Germany 2001 – 2002 Post-doctoral position at the Theoretical Quantum Dynamics group Prof. Dr. J. Briggs icon

For Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Freiburg, Germany 2001 – 2002 Post-doctoral position at the Theoretical Quantum Dynamics group Prof. Dr. J. Briggs


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Prof. Michael Moseler, Ph.D.

Professor at the Institute of Physics of the Univ. of Freiburg,

Head of the research group “Tribosimulation and Multiscale Modelling”

at the Fraunhofer-Institut for Mechanics of Materials IWM in Freiburg,

Member of the Freiburg Materials Research Centre


Institute of Physics

University of Freiburg

Hermann-Herder-Str. 3, D-79104 Freiburg, Germany


Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials, Physical Modelling

of Materials

Wöhlerstr. 11, D-79108 Freiburg, Germany

phone: +49 (0)761 5142-332

fax: +49 (0)761 5142-110
e-mail: michael.moseler@iwm.fraunhofer.de




^ Professional Experience

2008 – today Professor for Modeling and Simulation of functional Nanostructures at the Institute of Physics of the University of Freiburg, Germany

2002 – today Head of research group at Fraunhofer IWM

1987 – 2002 Statistical modelling at the University Children’s Hospital of the University of

Freiburg, Germany

2002 Venia Legendi for Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Freiburg, Germany

2001 – 2002 Post-doctoral position at the Theoretical Quantum Dynamics group (Prof. Dr. J. Briggs), Faculty of Physics of the Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg

1999 – 2000 Post-doctoral position at the Theoretical Nanostructure group (Prof. Dr. U.

Landman) at the Georgia Institute of Technology

1998 – 1999 Post-doctoral position at the Freiburg Cluster group (Prof. Dr. H. Haberland), Faculty of Physics of the Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg


Education

2002 Habilitation in Theoretical Physics at the University of Freiburg

1998 Ph.D. in Physics, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg

1994 Diploma in Physics, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg

(Gustav Mie-award)


^ Scientific Interests

Modelling and Simulation of carbon nanomaterials as well as free, supported and passivated clusters. Multiscale simulations of dynamical processes (e.g. catalysis, oxidation, phase transitions, nanoactuation, ion- and cluster impacts, thin film growth, erosion, mechano-chemistry in tribosystems, nanofluidics, capillarity, granular flow). Methods ranging from electronic structure calculations (using DFT and DFTB), over semi-empirical reactive force fields (embedded atom method and bond order potentials) to mesoscopic models (discrete elements, smooth particle hydrodynamics and stochastic differential equations).


^ Other Activities

Several years of teaching experience, mainly in the field of computation chemistry, electronic

structure of matter, computational modeling of physical processes of materials and of two summer schools (“Multiscale Modelling of Nanomaterials”, 15th Jyväskylä Summerschool, 18th - 26th Aug 2005 and “Serial Multiscale coupling schemes”, COST Summerschool on multiscale materials modelling, Lappeenranta, Finland. 12th-16th June 2007).


Supervision of young researchers

  • 13 PhD and Master students under my supervision

  • Supervision of currently 8 Master and PhD students
^

Publication record

81 publications, 2436 citations, h-index: 25




Talks

54 presentations on international conferences

Relevant publications

  1. Gianpietro Moras, Lars Pastewka, Johan Schnagl, Peter Gumbsch, Michael Moseler,

Progressive shortening of carbynoid structures through O2-induced cleavage

J. Phys. Chem. A (2011)

  1. L.Pastewka, T.T. Järvi, L.Mayrhofer, M,Moseler

Charge transfer model for carbonaceous electrodes in polar environments

Phys. Rev. B 83, 165418 (2011)

  1. M.Moseler, F. Cervantes-Sodi, A. Klemenz, S. Hofmann, G. Csányi, A.C. Ferrari,

Reply to Comment by Schebarchov and Hendy on our article “Dynamic Catalyst Restructuring during Carbon Nanotube Growth, ACS Nano 5, 686 (2011)

  1. L.Pastewka, S.Moser, P.Gumbsch, M.Moseler,

Anisotropic mechanical amorphisation drives wear in diamond

Nature Materials 10, 34 (2011)

  1. M. Moseler, F. Cervantes-Sodi, S. Hofmann, G. Csányi, A.C. Ferrari, Dynamic Catalyst Restructuring during Carbon Nanotube Growth, ACS Nano 4, 7587 (2010)

  2. S.Duffe, L.Patryarcha, B.Sieben, C.Yin, B.von Issendorff,

M.Moseler, and H.Hövel

Penetration of thin C60 films by metal nanoparticles

Nature Nanotechnology 5, 335 (2010)

  1. L.Pastewka, P.Koskinen, C.Elsässer and M.Moseler

Understanding the microscopic processes that govern the charge-induced deformation of carbon nanotubes

Phys. Rev. B, 80, 155428 (2009)

  1. M. Mrovec, M. Moseler, C. Elsässer, P. Gumbsch
    Atomistic modeling of hydrocarbon systems using analytic bond-order potentials
    Progress in Materials Science 52, 131 (2007)

  2. M. Moseler, P. Gumbsch, C. Casiraghi, A. Ferrari, J. Robertson
    The ultrasmoothness of diamond-like carbon surfaces
    Science 309, 1545 (2005)

  3. M. Moseler, H. Riedel, P. Gumbsch, J. Stäring and B. Mehlig
    Understanding the phase transition from fullerite to amorphous carbon at the microscopic level
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 165503 (2005)






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