# Z. Barticevic

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In this work we show a theoretical study of the electronic and transport properties of superlattices formed by a periodic structure of vacancies antidots on graphene nanoribbons. The systems are… (More)

- C. A. Duque, N. Porras-Montenegro, Z. Barticevic, M. Pacheco, L. E. Oliveira
- Microelectronics Journal
- 2005

A theoretical study of the effects of applied magnetic fields and hydrostatic pressure on the electron-hole transition energies in self-assembled InAs/GaAs quantum dots is presented. The… (More)

- L. Rosales, Mónica Pacheco, Z. Barticevic, Andrea Latge, P. Orellana
- Nanotechnology
- 2008

In this work we address the effects on the conductance of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) of organic molecules adsorbed at the ribbon edge. We studied the case of armchair and zigzag GNRs with… (More)

The presence of flat bands near Fermi level has been proposed as an explanation for high transition temperature superconductors. The bands of graphite are extremely sensitive to topological defects… (More)

We report calculations of the electronic spectrum of a two-dimensional lattice of coupled quantum dots, subject to external electric and magnetic fields in the Hall configuration. The quantum dots… (More)

A systematic study of the ground-state binding energies of a hydrogenic impurity in quantum dots subjected to external electric and magnetic fields is presented. The quantum dot is modeled by… (More)

- C. A. Duque, N. Porras-Montenegro, Z. Barticevic, M 'onica Pacheco, Luiz E. Oliveira
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 2006

A theoretical study of the photoluminescence peak energies in InAs self-assembled quantum dots embedded in a GaAs matrix in the presence of magnetic fields applied perpendicular to the sample plane… (More)

where ~n1n2 = n1~ a1 + n2~ a2 denotes the position of a carbon atom A and~ χ = i(~ a1+~ a2)=3 the position of the corresponding atom B in the same cell. The hexagonal lattice unit vectors are given… (More)