Tim Jones
Tim Jones
Provost and Professor of Chemistry, University of Birmingham
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Composition of InAs quantum dots on GaAs (001): Direct evidence for (In, Ga) As alloying
PB Joyce, TJ Krzyzewski, GR Bell, BA Joyce, TS Jones
Physical Review B 58 (24), R15981, 1998
The Beam and detector of the NA62 experiment at CERN
EC Gil, EM Albarrán, E Minucci, G Nüssle, S Padolski, P Petrov, N Szilasi, ...
Journal of instrumentation 12 (05), P05025, 2017
Using self‐assembling dipole molecules to improve charge collection in molecular solar cells
S Khodabakhsh, BM Sanderson, J Nelson, TS Jones
Advanced Functional Materials 16 (1), 95-100, 2006
AION: an atom interferometer observatory and network
L Badurina, E Bentine, D Blas, K Bongs, D Bortoletto, T Bowcock, ...
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2020 (05), 011, 2020
Effect of growth rate on the size, composition, and optical properties of InAs/GaAs quantum dots grown by molecular-beam epitaxy
PB Joyce, TJ Krzyzewski, GR Bell, TS Jones, S Malik, D Childs, R Murray
Physical Review B 62 (16), 10891, 2000
Dramatic increases in the lifetime of the Er3+ ion in a molecular complex using a perfluorinated imidodiphosphinate sensitizing ligand
G Mancino, AJ Ferguson, A Beeby, NJ Long, TS Jones
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (2), 524-525, 2005
Molecular template growth and its applications in organic electronics and optoelectronics
J Yang, D Yan, TS Jones
Chemical reviews 115 (11), 5570-5603, 2015
Influence of codeposition on the performance of heterojunction photovoltaic devices
P Sullivan, S Heutz, SM Schultes, TS Jones
Applied Physics Letters 84 (7), 1210-1212, 2004
Strain-engineered InAs/GaAs quantum dots for long-wavelength emission
EC Le Ru, P Howe, TS Jones, R Murray
Physical Review B 67 (16), 165303, 2003
Microfabricated silicon microneedles for nonviral cutaneous gene delivery
F Chabri, K Bouris, T Jones, D Barrow, A Hann, C Allender, K Brain, ...
British Journal of Dermatology 150 (5), 869-877, 2004
Using self‐assembling dipole molecules to improve hole injection in conjugated polymers
S Khodabakhsh, D Poplavskyy, S Heutz, J Nelson, DDC Bradley, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 14 (12), 1205-1210, 2004
Island nucleation and growth on reconstructed GaAs (001) surfaces
M Itoh, GR Bell, AR Avery, TS Jones, BA Joyce, DD Vvedensky
Physical review letters 81 (3), 633, 1998
Measurement of vector-boson scattering and limits on anomalous quartic gauge couplings with the ATLAS detector
M Aaboud, G Aad, B Abbott, J Abdallah, B Abeloos, R Aben, OS AbouZeid, ...
Physical Review D 96 (1), 012007, 2017
Influence of molecular architecture and intermixing on the photovoltaic, morphological and spectroscopic properties of CuPc–C60 heterojunctions
S Heutz, P Sullivan, BM Sanderson, SM Schultes, TS Jones
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 83 (2-3), 229-245, 2004
Molecular thin films: A new type of magnetic switch
SM Heutz, C Mitra, W Wu, AJ Fisher, A Kerridge, AM Stoneham, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:0805.0460, 2008
Structural templating as a route to improved photovoltaic performance in copper phthalocyanine/fullerene (C60) heterojunctions
P Sullivan, TS Jones, AJ Ferguson, S Heutz
Applied Physics Letters 91 (23), 2007
An STM study of the chemisorption of C2H4 on Si (001)(2× 1)
AJ Mayne, AR Avery, J Knall, TS Jones, GAD Briggs, WH Weinberg
Surface science 284 (3), 247-256, 1993
Absorption characteristics of a quantum dot array induced intermediate band: Implications for solar cell design
S Tomić, TS Jones, NM Harrison
Applied physics letters 93 (26), 2008
Thin-film organic photodiodes as integrated detectors for microscale chemiluminescence assays
O Hofmann, P Miller, P Sullivan, TS Jones, JC Demello, DDC Bradley, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 106 (2), 878-884, 2005
Halogenated boron subphthalocyanines as light harvesting electron acceptors in organic photovoltaics
P Sullivan, A Duraud, lan Hancox, N Beaumont, G Mirri, JHR Tucker, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 1 (3), 352-355, 2011
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