Publications

Wlodzimierz Jaskólski

  1. PhD Thesis
    Metody quasirelatywistyczne w teorii elastycznego rozpraszania elektonów i pozytonów na atomach

 

  1. Original papers
    1. J. Karwowski, J. Styszynski, and W. Jaskólski,
      Cross terms between correlation and relativistic effects in closed-shell atoms,
      Proceedings of 6th Seminar on Computational Methods in Quantum Chemistry, Garching 1984, Ed. by W.E. Kraemer
    2. W. Jaskólski,
      Relativistic effects in the elastic scattering of slow electrons by heavy atoms,
      Acta Phys. Polon. A67 (1985) 815-821
    3. W. Jaskólski and J. Karwowski,
      Quasi-relativistic approach to low-energy electron scattering from closed-shell atoms,
      J. Phys. B 19 (1986) 1093-1105
    4. J. Kobus, J. Karwowski, and W. Jaskólski,
      Matrix elements of r^q for quasirelativistic and Dirac hydrogenic wavefunctions,
      J. Phys. A 20 (1987) 3347-3352
    5. W. Jaskólski, J. Karwowski, and J. Kobus,
      Quasirelativistic calculations of the Elastic Scattering of Slow Electrons from Xe Atoms,
      Physica Scripta 36 (1987) 436-440
    6. J. Kobus and W. Jaskólski,
      Numerical comparison between DHF and RHF methods,
      J. Phys. B 20 (1987) 4949-4961
    7. J. Karwowski, W. Jaskólski, and J. Kobus,
      Comment on "A Comparison of Relativistic and Quasirelativistic Line Strengths" by A.K. Mohanty and D.H. Sampson,
      Physica Scripta 38 (1988) 554-556
    8. W. Jaskólski,
      Quasirelativistic approach to many-channel electron scattering from atoms
      J. Phys. B 22 (1989) 3275-3287
    9. W. Jaskólski, J. Karwowski, and J. Kobus,
      A remark on the outward integration procedure fro quasirelativistic radial equations,
      Acta Phys. Polon. A78 (1990) 693-695
    10. W. Jaskólski, V.R. Velasco, and F. Garcia-Moliner
      Practical Use of Transfer Martix for Matching calculations,
      Physica Scripta 42 (1990) 495-500
    11. W. Jaskólski, V.R. Velasco, and F. Garcia-Moliner
      Electronic States in a Metallic Quantum Well,
      Physica Scripta 43 (1990) 337-339
    12. M.L. Glasser, W. Jaskólski, F. Garcia-Moliner, and V.R. Velasco
      Quasibound states in an electric field,
      Phys. Rev.B 42 (1990) 7630-7632
    13. W. Jaskólski,
      Matching formalism for surface states and surface resonances,
      Phys. Rev. B 45 (1992) 4398-4402
    14. L. Chico, W. Jaskólski, and F. Garcia-Moliner
      The Confined Electron Gas in Modulation Doped Quantum Wells,
      Physica scripta 47 (1993) 284-288
    15. L. Chico, W. Jaskólski, and V.R. Velasco
      On the electronic structure of externally delta-doped quantum wells,
      Czech. J. Phys. 43 (1993) 893-898
    16. L. Chico, W. Jaskólski, R. Perez-Alvarez, and F. Garcia-Moliner
      On the theory of GaAs-based Quantum wells with external delta-doping,
      J. Phys. C 5 (1993) 9069-9076
    17. W. Jaskólski,
      Multiband approach to surface resonances,
      Vacuum (Pergamon Press) 45 (1994) 183-185
    18. M. Steslicka, R. Kucharczyk, L. Dobrzynski, B. Djafari-Rouhani, E.-H. El Boudouti, and W. Jaskólski,
      Prog. Surf. Sci. 46 (1994) 219-223
    19. C. Zicovich-Wilson, J. Planelles, and W. Jaskólski,
      Spatially Confined Simple Quantum Mechanical Systems,
      Intern. J. Quantum Chem. 50 (1994) 429-444.
    20. M. Grinberg, W. Jaskólski, Cz. Koepke, J. Planelles, and M. Janowicz,
      Spectroscopic manifestation of a confinement-type lattice anharmonicity,
      Phys. Rev. B 50 (1994) 6504-6507.
    21. C. Zicovich-Wilson, W. Jaskólski, and J. Planelles,
      Atoms and molecules in cavities: a method for study of spatial confinement effects,
      Intern.
      J. Quantum Chem. 54 (1995) 61-72.
    22. M. Grinberg, W. Jaskólski, Cz. Koepke, J. Planelles, and M. Janowicz,
      Manifestation of a confinement-type anharmonicity in emission spectra of Niobate glass,
      Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 136 (1995) 141-144.
    23. W. Jaskólski,
      Confined many-electron systems,
      Physisc Reports, 271 (1996) 1-66.
    24. J. Planelles, C. Zicovich-Wilson, W. Jaskólski, and A. Corma,
      Semiempirical hamiltonians for spatially confined pi-electron systems,
      Int. J. Quantum Chem., 60 (1996) 971-981. 

Papers published after D.Sc. thesis

    1. F. Rajadell, J. Planelles, W. Jaskólski, and C. Zicovich-Wilson,
      Selection of basis sets for atoms and molecules in cavities,
      Int. J. Quantum Chem., 60 (1996) 993-999.
    2. M. Bylicki, W. Jaskólski, and R. Oszwaldowski,
      Resonant tunnelling in multi-barrier structures - complex rotation approach,
      J. Phys. Condens. Matter 8 (1996) 6393-6403.
    3. W. Jaskolski and M. Bylicki,
      Resonant tunnelling in quantum dots - complex coordinate approach,
      Vacuum, 48 (1997) 235-239.
    4. M. Bylicki, W. Jaskólski, and R. Oszwaldowski,
      Resonant tunnelling in non-symmetrical double barrier structures - complex coordinate approach,
      Czech. J. Phys. 47, 1997 373-378
    5. M. Grinberg and W. Jaskolski,
      Influence of a confinement-type lattice anharmonicity on the non-radiative processes in solids,
      Phys. Rev. B 55, 1997 5581-5584
    6. M.Grinberg, W. Jaskolski, P.J. Macfarlane, and K. Holliday,
      The influence of substitutionaldisorder on non-radiative transitions in Cr3+ doped gallogermanate crystals
      J. Phys. Condens. Matter, 9, 1997 2815-2829
    7. M. Grinberg, W. Jaskolski, P. Macfarlane, B. Handerson and K. Holliday
      Cryastal field distribution of non-radiative transitions in Cr3+ dopped gallogermanates
      J. Luminescence 72-74, 1997 193-194
    8. W. Jaskolski and Garnett W. Bryant,
      Multiband theory of quantum dots-quantum wells,
      Phys. Rev. B 57, 1998, R4237
    9. U. Banin, J.C. Lee, A.A. Guzelian, A.V. Kadavanish, A.P. Alivisatos, W. Jaskolski, G.W. Bryant, Al. L. Efros, M.Rosen,
      Size dependent electronic level structure of narrow gapsemiconductor nanocrystals: InAs quantum dots,
      J. Chem. Phys. 109, 1998, 2306
    10. R. Oszwaldowski and W. Jaskolski,
      Infrared absorption of multiple quantum wells: bound to continuum transitions
      Acta Phys. Polon. 94, 1998, 473
    11. M. Bylicki and W. Jaskolski,
      Resonance spectra of quantum dots in magnetic field
      Acta Phys. Polon. 94, 1998, 271
    12. W. Jaskolski, J. Planelles, and G. Peris,
      Shape-generated blue-shift in the photoluminescence spectra of hemispherical nanocrystals,
      Physica E, 4, 1999, 176
    13. J. Planelles, J. Karwowski, and W. Jaskolski,
      Adaptation of One-Electron Basis Set to Spatial Confinements
      International J. Quantum. Chem, 73, 1999, 341
    14. M.Grinberg, I.Skolska, S.Kuck, and W.Jaskolski,
      Analysis of the temperature emision quenching of the Cr3+ ions
      in LiTaO3 crystal on the framework of confined potential model,
      Phys. Rev. B 60 (1999) 8595-8601
    15. G.W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski, and S.E. Burke,
      Quantum-Dot Quantum-Well Heteronanostructures: Multiband and Tight-binding Theory,
      Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1999).
    16. W. Jaskolski and Garnett W. Bryant,
      Excitons in quantum-dot quantum well structures
      In "High Technology of the NATO Sciences Series", Kluver 2000
    17. M. Bylicki and W. Jaskolski,
      Binding of resonance states in a magnetic field
      Phys. Rev. B. 60 (1999) 15924
    18. W.Jaskolski, R.Oszwaldowski and G.W.Bryant,
      On boundary condition-induced states in low-dimensional
      semiconductor structures
      Vacuum 63 (2001) 191
    19. G.W. Bryant and W. Jaskolski,
      Designing Nanocrystal Nanosystems: Quantum-dot quantum wells to quantumdot solids,
      physica status solidi 224, 751 (2001)
    20. W.Jaskolski, M.Bosek, M.Bylicki,J.Planelles,
      Resonant states of quantum dots with donor impurity center in a magnetic field,
      Vacuum 63 (2001) 185
    21. G.W. Bryant and W. Jaskolski,
      Designing quantum dots and quantum- dot solids
      Physica E 11, 72 (2001)
    22. J. Planelles, W. Jaskolski, J.I. Aliaga
      Energy structure of quantum rings in a magnetic field
      Phys.
      Rev. B. 65, 033306 (2001)

Papers published after professorship

    1. G.W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski
      Electronic structure of quantum-dot molecules and solids
      Physica E 13, 293 (2002)
    2. W.Jaskolski, G.W. Bryant, J. Planelles, M. Zielinski,
      Artificial Molecules
      Int. J. Quantum Chem. 90, 1075, 2002
    3. R. Xie, G.W. Bryant, S. Lee, and W. Jaskolski
      Electron-hole correlations and optical gaps in quantum dot quantum wells: tight-binding approach
      Phys. Rev. B 65, 235306, 2002
    4. J. Planelles, J. Diaz, I. Climente, W. Jaskolski
      Multilayer nanocrystals in a magnetic field
      Phys. Rev. B 65, 245302, 2002
    5. J. S. Sims, W. L. George, S. G. Satterfield, H. K. Hung, J. G. Hagedorn, P. M. Ketcham, T. J. Griffin, S. A. Hagstrom, J. C. Franiatte, G. W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski, N. S. Martys, C. E. Bouldin, V. Simmons, O. P. Nicolas, J. A. Warren, B. A. am Ende, J. E. Koontz, B. J. Filla, V. G. Pourprix, S. R. Copley, R. B. Bohn, A. P. Peskin, Y. M. Parker and J. E. Devaney
      Accelerating scientific discovery through computation and visualization II
      NIST Research Journal 107,223, 2002
    6. A Thränhardt, C Ell, G Khitrova, HM Gibbs, SW Koch, MA Lieb, A Drechsler, C Debus, AJ Meixner, S Longhi, Eugenia D Eugenieva, Demetrios N Christodoulides, Nikos K Efremidis, Suzanne Sears, Mordechai Segev, CAC Bosco, GS Maciel, Cid B de Araújo, LH Acioli, AM Simas, Ming-Feng Shih, Chien-Chung Jeng, Fan-Wen Sheu, Chao-Yin Lin, R Delgado-Macuil, MD Iturbe-Castillo, I Gur-Arie, A Shoham, S Bar-Ad, RJ Delgado Macuil, S Chávez Cerda, MD Iturbe Castillo, J Aizpurua, R Xie, GW Bryant, W Jaskólski, MV Fedorov, ME Sukharev, Kenichi Ishikawa, Hiroshi Kumagai, Katsumi Midorikawa, S Eden, T Löffler, M Thomson, HG Roskos, YS Lee, TB Norris, Kenichiro Tanaka, Fumiaki Sano, Takayuki Takahashi, Takashi Kondo, Eugeniy E Mikhailov, Yuri V Rostovtsev, George R Welch, Jen-Hao Cheng, Min Yan, Edward Rickey, Yifu Zhu, Sergey Polyakov, Roman Malendevich, Ladislav Jankovic, George Stegeman, Christian Bosshard, Peter Gunter

Dipole moment in radiative broadening of interface fluctuation quantum dots

OSA Trends in Optics and Photonics (TOPS), 74, 129-130, 2002

    1. W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski and G.W. Bryant
      Electronic properties of quantum-dot molecules
      Physica E 17, 40 (2003)
    2. J. Planelles, J. Diaz, I. Climente, W. Jaskolski
      Hole energy structure of multilayer nanocrystals in a magnetic field
      J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 14, 1 (2002)
    3. J. Planelles and W. Jaskolski
      kp Hamiltonians for quantum dots in a magnetic field
      J.Phys.: Condens. Matter 15, L67 (2003)
    4. G. W. Bryant and W. Jaskolski
      Tight-binding theory of quantum-dot quantum wells: Single particle effects and near band-edge structure
      Phys. Rev. B 67, 205320, 2003
    5. G.W. Bryant, J. Aizpurua, W. JAskolski, M. Zielinski
      Tunnel-Coupled Quantum Dots: Atomistic Theory of Quantum Dot Molecules and Arrays
      Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 737, E1.2.1, 2003
    6. J. Planelles, J. Diaz, I. Climente, W. Jaskolski
      Maggnetotransitions in multilayer nanocrystals
      J. Phys.:Cond. Matter, 15, 3593, 2003
    7. J. Climente, J. Planelles, W. Jaskolski
      Magnetooptical transitions in nanoscopic rings
      Phys. Rev. B 68, 075307, 2003
    8. J. Diaz, W. Jaskolski, J. Planelles, and G.W. Bryant
      Nanocrystal molecules and chains
      J. Chem. Phys. 119, 7484, 2003
    9. J. Aizpurua, G.W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski
      Atomistic description of the electronic structure of T-shaped quantum wires
      Microele. Journal 34, 603 (2003)
    10. L. Chico and W. Jaskolski
      Localized states and conductance gaps in metallic carbon nanotubes
      Phys. Rev. B 69, 085406, 2004
    11. L. Chico and W. Jaskolski
      Localized states in metallic carbon nanotubes
      Microel. Journal 35, 3, 2004
    12. A. Strozecka, W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski, G.W. Bryant
      Stark effect in semiconductor nanocrystals: Tight-binding approach.
      Vacuum 74, 259 2004
    13. W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski, and G.W. Bryant,
      Coupling and strain effects in vertically stacked double InAs/GaAs quantum dots: tight-binding approach
      Acta Phys. Polon. A 106, 193, 2004
    14. G.W. Bryant,W. Jaskolski,
      Surface states in passivated, unpassivated and core/shell nanocrystals: electronic structure and optical properties.
      Quantum Dots, Nanoparticles and Nanowires Symposium (Mater. Res. Soc. Symposium Proceedings Vol.789). Mater. Res. Soc. 2004, pp.319-24.
    15. L. Chico, W. Jaskolski, M.P. Lopez-Sancho, M.C.Munoz
      Quantum confinement in carbon nanotube systems
      Int. J. Nanotechnology, 2, 103, 2005
    16. W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski, A. Strozecka, G.W. Bryant, J. Aizpurua
      Quantum dot molecules and chains
      in "Quantum Dots: Fundamentals, Applications and Frontiers", 257,
      NATO SCIENCE SERIES II.190
      Springer, 2005
    17. W. Jaskolski and L.Chico,
      Localized and conducting states in carbon nanotube superlattices
      Phys. Rev. B 71, 155405, 2005
    18. W. Jaskolski, A. Stachow, L.Chico
      Band sructure and quantum conductance of metallic carbon nanotube superlattices
      Acta Phys. Pol. 108, 697, 2005
    19. M. Zielinski, W. Jaskolski, J. Aizpurua, G.W. Bryant
      Strain and spin-orbit effects in self assembled quantum dots
      Acta Phys. Pol. 108, 929, 2005
    20. W. Jaskolski, M.Bylicki, J. Diaz, A. Stachow
      Resonance states of two-lectron quantum dots.
      Phys. Rev. B 72, 075434, 2005
    21. G.W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski
      Surface effects on capped and uncapped nanocrystals
      J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 19650, 2005
    22. J. Planelles, J. Movilla, and W. Jaskolsi
      From independent particles to Wigner crystalization: The effect of dielectric confinement
      Phys. Rev. B 73, 35305, 2006
    23. W. Jaskolsi, L. Chico
      Symmetry and structural properties of of carbon nanotube quantum dots and superlattices
      J. Phys.: Conference Series, 30, 230, 2006
    24. J. Diaz, G.W. Bryant and W. Jaskolski
      Optical fine structure of II-VI and III-V nanocrystals: the role of d orbitals in a tight-binding approach
      phys. stat. sol. (c) 3, 3823, 2006
    25. J. Diaz, W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski and G.W. Bryant
      Pressure-induced optoelectronic properties of InP nanocrystals: Tight-binding approach
      phys. stat. sol. (c) 3, 3832, 2006
    26. J. Diaz, M. Zielinski, W. Jaskolski, G.W. Bryant
      Tight-binding theory of ZnS/CdS nanoheterostructures. The role of strain and d orbitals
      Phys. Rev. B 74, 205309, 2006
    27. W. Jaskolski, M. Zielinski, G.W. Bryant, J. Aizpurua
      Strain effects on the electronic structure of strongly coupled self-assembled InAs/GaAs quantum dots: Tight-binding approach
      Phys. Rev. B 74, 195339, 2006
    28. J. Diaz, G.W. Bryant, W. Jaskolski
      Theory of InP nanocrystals under pressure
      Phys. Rev. B 76, 245433, 2007
    29. M. Pelc and W. Jaskolski

Carbon nanotube superlattices in a magnetic field

Int. J. Quant. Chem. 108, 2261, 2008

    1. A. Ayuela, L. Chico, W. Jaskolskii

Electronic band structure of carbon nanotube superlattices from first-principles calculations

Phys. Rev. B 77, 085435, 2008

    1. L. Chico, A. Ayuela, M. Pelc, H. Santos and W. Jaskolski

Friedel oscillations in carbon nanotube quantum dots and superlattices

Acta Phys. Pol, 114, 1085, 2008

    1. A. Ayuela, W. Jaskolski, M. Pelc, H. Santos and L. Chico,

Friedel-like oscillations in carbon nanotube quantum dots

Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, 133106, 2008

    1. H. Santos, A. Ayuela, W. Jaskolski, M. Pelc, and L. Chico

Interface states in carbon nanotube junctions: Rolling up graphene.

Phys. Rev. B, 035436, 2009

    1. W. Jaskolski, M. Pelc, H. Santos, L. Chico, and A. Ayuela

Interface bands in carbon nanotube superlattices.

phys. stat. sol. c7, 382, 2010

    1.  L.Chico, H.Santos, A.Ayuela, W.Jaskolski, M.Pelc, and L.Brey

Unzipped and defective nanotubes: rolling up grapheme and unrolling tubes

accepted to Acta. Phys. Pol. 2009

    1. G. W. Bryant, M. Zielinski, N. Malkova, J. Sims,W. Jaskolski, J. Aizpurua,

                        Effect of mechanical strain on the optical properties of quantum dots:
                        Controlling exciton shape, orientation, and phase with a mechanical strain

                        Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 067404, 2010             

89.  L. Chico, H. Santos, A. Ayuela, W. Jaskólski, M. Pelc, L. Brey,

Unzipped and defective nanotubes: rolling up grapheme and unrolling tubes

Acta Phys. Pol. A *118* (2010); 433 – 441

90.  W. Jaskólski, Andres Ayuela, M. Pelc, Hernan Santos, Leonor Chico,
Edge states and flat bands in graphene nanoribbons with arbitrary geometries
Phys. Rev. B. *83* (2011); 235424 – 235429

91.   G. W. Bryant, M. Zieliński, N. Malkova, J. Sims, W. Jaskólski, J. Aizpurua,
Controlling the optics of quantum dots with nanomechanical strain
Phys. Rev. B. *84* (2011); 235412 – 235425

92.  W. Jaskólski, M. Pelc, Leonor Chico, Andres Ayuela,
Octagonal defect lines in graphene structures
IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology *1* (2012); 1 – 5

93.   W. Jaskólski, M. Pelc, A. Ayuela, L. Chico,
Octagonal defects at carbon nanotube junctions
ScientificWorldJournal *2013* (2013); 1 – 7

94.  M. Pelc, W. Jaskólski, Andres Ayuela, Leonor Chico,
Octagonal defects as the source of gap states in graphene semiconductor structures
Acta Phys. Pol. A *124* (2013); 777 – 780

95.  M. Pelc, Leonor Chico, Andres Ayuela, W. Jaskólski,
Grain boundaries with octagonal defects in graphene nanoribbons and nanotubes
Phys. Rev. B. *87* (2013); 165427-1 - 165427-7

96.  W. Jaskólski, Andres Ayuela,
Coulomb edge effects in graphene nanoribbons
Solid State Commun. *196* (2014); 1 – 7

97.  A. Ayuela, W. Jaskólski, H. Santos, L. Chico,
Electronic properties of graphene grain boundaries
New J. Phys. *16* (2014); 083018-1 - 083018-10

98.  W. Jaskólski, L. Chico, A. Ayuela,
Divacancy-induced ferromagnetism in graphene nanoribbons
Phys. Rev. B. *91* (2015); 165427 – 165432

99.  M. Pelc, W. Jaskólski, A. Ayuela, L. Chico,
Topologically confined states at corrugations of gated bilayer graphene
Phys. Rev. B. *92* (2015); 085433 - 085433-8

100.                     W. Jaskolski, M. Pelc, L. Chico, and A. Ayuela

Existence of nontrivial topologically protected states at grain boundaries in bilayer graphene: signatures and electrical switching 

Nanoscale 8, (2016) 6097 , DOI: 10.1039/c5nr08630b