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  1. 11- Dynamical processes in open quantum systems from a TDDFT perspective: resonances and electron protoemission.

    Hjorth Larsen A, De Giovannini U, and Rubio A.

    Density Functional Methods for Excited States Book Series: Topics in current Chemistry 368, pp. 219-271, Ed. N. Ferre, M. Filatov, M. HuixRotllant, Springer Int. Publishing AG (2016).

  2. 12- Gas Sensing and Thermal Transport Through Carbon-Nanotube-Based Nanodevices.

    Pouillon Y, Paz AP, Maklin J, Halonen N, Leroy Y, Mowbray D, Lastra JMG, Toth G, Kordas K, Konya Z, Kukovecz A, Rubio A.

    DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS OF NANOMATERIALS FOR SENSORS. Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics 16, 99 (2014)

  3. 13- Two C28 Clathrates.

    de Corato M, Proserpio DM, Bernasconi M, and Benedek G.

    Diamond and Related Nanostructures. Carbon Materials: Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 6, pp. 75-89. Springer (2013).

  4. 14- Complex polymers.

    Arbe A, and Colmenero J.

    Dynamics of Soft Matter: Neutron Applications. Neutron Scattering Applications and Techniques. pp. 103-121. Editors. GarciaSakai V, AlbaSimionesco C, and Chen SH, Springer (2012).

  5. 15- Dynamics and spectral properties of free-standing negatively-curved carbon surfaces.

    De Corato, M and Benedek G.

    Epioptics-11 - Proceedings of the 49th Course of the International School of Solid State Physics. Edited by Cricenti Antonio. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 114-131 (2012).

  6. 16- Superlubricity in Layered Nanostructures.

    Cahangirov, S and Ciraci, S.

    Fundamentals of Friction and Wear on the Nanoscale, 2nd Edition. Nanoscience and Technology. Ed. Enrico Gnecco and Ernst Meyer, Chapter 21, p. 463 - 487, Springer International Publishing (2015).

  7. 17- Chapter 30. Optoelectronic and Transport Properties of Gapped Graphene.

    Godfrey Gumbs, Danhong Huang, Andrii Iurov, and Bo Gao.

    Graphene Science Handbook: Electrical and Optical Properties, pp. 489-505, Ed. M. Aliofkhazraei, N. Ali, W. I. Milne, C. S. Ozkan, S. Mitura, J. L. Gervasoni, CRC Press by Taylor & Francis Group (2016).

  8. 18- Quasiparticle and optical properties of solids and nanostructures: the GW/BSE approach.

    Louie S.G. and Rubio A.

    Handbook of Materials Modeling, pp. 215 - 240, Ed. S. Yip, Springer Netherlands (2005).

  9. 19- Structure and Properties of Hydrogen Clusters.

    J. A. Alonso, and J. I. Martínez.

    Handbook of Nanophysics, Volume 2: Clusters and Fullerenes. Editor K. D. Sattler. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Florida, p. 2.1 – 2.19 (2010).

  10. 20- Hydrogen storage in nanoporous carbon.

    Cabria I, López MJ, and Alonso JA.

    Handbook of Nanophysics, Volume 5: Functional Nanomaterials. Editor K. D. Sattler. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis group, Boca Raton, Florida, p. 41.1 – 41.16 (2010).

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