Mike Ford
Mike Ford
Professor of Physics, University of Technology, Sydney
Verified email at uts.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Quantum emission from hexagonal boron nitride monolayers
TT Tran, K Bray, MJ Ford, M Toth, I Aharonovich
Nature nanotechnology 11 (1), 37, 2016
3962016
A review of the optical properties of alloys and intermetallics for plasmonics
MG Blaber, MD Arnold, MJ Ford
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 22 (14), 143201, 2010
2442010
Search for the ideal plasmonic nanoshell: the effects of surface scattering and alternatives to gold and silver
MG Blaber, MD Arnold, MJ Ford
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (8), 3041-3045, 2009
1862009
Optimization of plasmonic heating by gold nanospheres and nanoshells
N Harris, MJ Ford, MB Cortie
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (22), 10701-10707, 2006
1622006
Robust multicolor single photon emission from point defects in hexagonal boron nitride
TT Tran, C Elbadawi, D Totonjian, CJ Lobo, G Grosso, H Moon, ...
ACS nano 10 (8), 7331-7338, 2016
1612016
Adsorption of benzene on copper, silver, and gold surfaces
A Bilić, JR Reimers, NS Hush, RC Hoft, MJ Ford
Journal of chemical theory and computation 2 (4), 1093-1105, 2006
1432006
Mesoporous NiO crystals with dominantly exposed {110} reactive facets for ultrafast lithium storage
D Su, M Ford, G Wang
Scientific reports 2, 924, 2012
1172012
Plasmon absorption in nanospheres: A comparison of sodium, potassium, aluminium, silver and gold
MG Blaber, MD Arnold, N Harris, MJ Ford, MB Cortie
Physica B: Condensed Matter 394 (2), 184-187, 2007
1082007
Adsorption of amine compounds on the Au (111) surface: a density functional study
RC Hoft, MJ Ford, AM McDonagh, MB Cortie
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (37), 13886-13891, 2007
1042007
Tunable and high-purity room temperature single-photon emission from atomic defects in hexagonal boron nitride
G Grosso, H Moon, B Lienhard, S Ali, DK Efetov, MM Furchi, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 705, 2017
1002017
A plasmon-induced current loop in gold semi-shells
M Cortie, M Ford
Nanotechnology 18 (23), 235704, 2007
952007
Plasmonic resonances of closely coupled gold nanosphere chains
N Harris, MD Arnold, MG Blaber, MJ Ford
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (7), 2784-2791, 2009
902009
Hydrogen adsorption capacity of adatoms on double carbon vacancies of graphene: a trend study from first principles
KM Fair, XY Cui, L Li, CC Shieh, RK Zheng, ZW Liu, B Delley, MJ Ford, ...
Physical Review B 87 (1), 014102, 2013
812013
Chemical analysis of the superatom model for sulfur-stabilized gold nanoparticles
JR Reimers, Y Wang, BO Cankurtaran, MJ Ford
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (24), 8378-8384, 2010
772010
Computational methods for large systems: electronic structure approaches for biotechnology and nanotechnology
JR Reimers
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
712011
Growth kinetics and modeling of ZnO nanoparticles
PS Hale, LM Maddox, JG Shapter, NH Voelcker, MJ Ford, ER Waclawik
Journal of Chemical Education 82 (5), 775, 2005
712005
Low energy structures of gold nanoclusters in the size range 3–38 atoms
BS De Bas, MJ Ford, MB Cortie
Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 686 (1-3), 193-205, 2004
702004
Rapid and controllable sintering of gold nanoparticle inks at room temperature using a chemical agent
MJ Coutts, MB Cortie, MJ Ford, AM McDonagh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (4), 1325-1328, 2009
682009
Tunable infrared absorption by metal nanoparticles: the case for gold rods and shells
N Harris, MJ Ford, P Mulvaney, MB Cortie
Gold Bulletin 41 (1), 5-14, 2008
632008
Theoretical study of ethynylbenzene adsorption on Au (111) and implications for a new class of self-assembled monolayer
MJ Ford, RC Hoft, A McDonagh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (43), 20387-20392, 2005
622005
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