Tobias Schmitt

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We operationalize scientific output in a region by means of the number of articles (as in the SciSearch database) per year and technology output by means of the number of patent applications (as in the database of the European Patent Office) per priority year. All informetric analyses were done using the DIALOG online-system. The main research questions are(More)
Based on density functional theory calculations combined with experimental results, we report and discuss an extremely distorted, "inverted" adsorption geometry of free-base tetraphenylporphyrin on Cu(111). The current findings yield new insights into a well-studied system, shedding light on the peculiar molecule-substrate interaction and the resulting(More)
We investigated the adsorption behavior of 4,4'-biphenhyl dicarboxylic acid (BDA) on well-ordered CoO(111) films grown on Ir(100) as a function of coverage and temperature using time-resolved and temperature-programmed infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (TR-IRAS, TP-IRAS) in combination with density functional theory (DFT) and scanning tunneling(More)
Background: In the first hearing in the federal migration office, asylum seekers are asked to report in detail all aspects of the political persecution they had experienced in their home countries (disclosure requirement). The psychological literature shows that refugees with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) have difficulties to report in detail on the(More)
We describe a low cost, photo-induced, room-temperature bonding technique for bonding epoxy components to flexible PDMS membranes in less than half an hour. Bond strengths (~350 kPa) were characterized by ISO-conform tensile testing for a popular stereolithography resin and found comparable bond strengths as reported for PDMS/PDMS bonds.
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