Richard Mark Bradley, Ph.D.
|1987-||Physics||Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO|
Area:condensed matter theory, ion erosion of solids, pattern formation
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|Harrison MP, Pearson DA, Bradley RM. (2017) Emergence and detailed structure of terraced surfaces produced by oblique-incidence ion sputtering. Physical Review. E. 96: 032804|
|Harrison MP, Bradley RM. (2016) Producing virtually defect-free nanoscale ripples by ion bombardment of rocked solid surfaces. Physical Review. E. 93: 040802|
|Hashmi B, Shipman PD, Bradley RM. (2016) Highly ordered square arrays of nanoscale pyramids produced by ion bombardment of a crystalline binary material. Physical Review. E. 93: 032207|
|Pearson DA, Bradley RM, Motta FC, et al. (2015) Producing nanodot arrays with improved hexagonal order by patterning surfaces before ion sputtering. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 92: 062401|
|Harrison MP, Bradley RM. (2015) Nanoscale patterns formed by ion bombardment of rotating binary materials. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal. 27: 295301|
|Pearson DA, Bradley RM. (2015) Theory of terraced topographies produced by oblique-incidence ion bombardment of solid surfaces. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal. 27: 015010|
|Harrison MP, Bradley RM. (2014) Crater function approach to ion-induced nanoscale pattern formation: Craters for flat surfaces are insufficient Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 89|
|Gelfand MP, Bradley RM. (2012) Highly ordered nanoscale patterns produced by masked ion bombardment of a moving solid surface Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 86|
|Motta FC, Shipman PD, Bradley RM. (2012) Highly ordered nanoscale surface ripples produced by ion bombardment of binary compounds Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 45|
|Bradley RM, Shipman PD. (2012) A surface layer of altered composition can play a key role in nanoscale pattern formation induced by ion bombardment Applied Surface Science. 258: 4161-4170|