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Toru Akiyama
Toru Akiyama
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Giant modification of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy in transition-metal monolayers by an external electric field
K Nakamura, R Shimabukuro, Y Fujiwara, T Akiyama, T Ito, AJ Freeman
Physical review letters 102 (18), 187201, 2009
3882009
An empirical potential approach to wurtzite–zinc-blende polytypism in group III–V semiconductor nanowires
T Akiyama, K Sano, K Nakamura, T Ito
Japanese journal of applied physics 45 (3L), L275, 2006
2622006
Role of an interfacial FeO layer in the electric-field-driven switching of magnetocrystalline anisotropy at the Fe/MgO interface
K Nakamura, T Akiyama, T Ito, M Weinert, AJ Freeman
Physical Review B 81 (22), 220409, 2010
1882010
Electric field effects on magnetocrystalline anisotropy in ferromagnetic Fe monolayers
R Shimabukuro, K Nakamura, T Akiyama, T Ito
Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 42 (4), 1014-1017, 2010
1682010
Structural stability and electronic structures of InP nanowires: Role of surface dangling bonds on nanowire facets
T Akiyama, K Nakamura, T Ito
Physical Review B 73 (23), 235308, 2006
1362006
Surface Stability and Growth Kinetics of Compound Semiconductors: An Ab Initio-Based Approach
Y Kangawa, T Akiyama, T Ito, K Shiraishi, T Nakayama
Materials 6 (8), 3309-3360, 2013
902013
Electric-field-induced modification of the magnon energy, exchange interaction, and Curie temperature of transition-metal thin films
M Oba, K Nakamura, T Akiyama, T Ito, M Weinert, AJ Freeman
Physical review letters 114 (10), 107202, 2015
572015
Band alignment tuning in twin-plane superlattices of semiconductor nanowires
T Akiyama, T Yamashita, K Nakamura, T Ito
Nano letters 10 (11), 4614-4618, 2010
502010
Reaction mechanisms of oxygen at SiO2/Si (1 0 0) interface
T Akiyama, H Kageshima
Surface science 576 (1-3), L65-L70, 2005
492005
Constraint density functional calculations for multiplets in a ligand-field applied to Fe-phthalocyanine
K Nakamura, Y Kitaoka, T Akiyama, T Ito, M Weinert, AJ Freeman
Physical Review B 85 (23), 235129, 2012
422012
Surface reconstruction and magnesium incorporation on semipolar surfaces
T Akiyama, D Ammi, K Nakamura, T Ito
Physical Review B 81 (24), 245317, 2010
402010
Origin of electric-field-induced modification of magnetocrystalline anisotropy at Fe (001) surfaces: Mechanism of dipole formation from first principles
K Nakamura, R Shimabukuro, T Akiyama, T Ito, AJ Freeman
Physical Review B 80 (17), 172402, 2009
402009
Stability of hydrogen on nonpolar and semipolar nitride surfaces: Role of surface orientation
T Akiyama, T Yamashita, K Nakamura, T Ito
Journal of crystal growth 318 (1), 79-83, 2011
392011
First-principles investigations for oxidation reaction processes at 4H-SiC/SiO2 interface and its orientation dependence
T Akiyama, A Ito, K Nakamura, T Ito, H Kageshima, M Uematsu, ...
Surface Science 641, 174-179, 2015
382015
A simple approach to polytypes of SiC and its application to nanowires
T Ito, K Sano, T Akiyama, K Nakamura
Thin Solid Films 508 (1-2), 243-246, 2006
372006
Atomic-Layer Alignment Tuning for Giant Perpendicular Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy of Transition-Metal Thin Films
K Hotta, K Nakamura, T Akiyama, T Ito, T Oguchi, AJ Freeman
Physical review letters 110 (26), 267206, 2013
332013
Effects of facet orientation on relative stability between zinc blende and wurtzite structures in group III–V nanowires
T Yamashita, T Akiyama, K Nakamura, T Ito
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 49 (5R), 055003, 2010
332010
Half-metallic exchange bias ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic interfaces in transition-metal chalcogenides
K Nakamura, Y Kato, T Akiyama, T Ito, AJ Freeman
Physical review letters 96 (4), 047206, 2006
332006
Microscopic mechanism of interfacial reaction during Si oxidation
T Akiyama, H Kageshima
Applied surface science 216 (1-4), 270-274, 2003
332003
An empirical interatomic potential approach to structural stability of ZnS and ZnSe nanowires
T Akiyama, K Sano, K Nakamura, T Ito
Japanese journal of applied physics 46 (4R), 1783, 2007
322007
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