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Peer reviewed

2019

T. Brink, J.-F. Molinari, Adhesive wear mechanisms in the presence of weak interfaces: Insights from an amorphous model system, Phys. Rev. Mater. 3, 053604 (2019), editors’ suggestion
E. Milanese, T. Brink, R. Aghababaei, J.-F. Molinari, Emergence of self-affine surfaces during adhesive wear, Nat. Commun. 10, 1116 (2019)

2018

J.-F. Molinari, R. Aghababaei, T. Brink, L. Frérot, E. Milanese, Adhesive wear mechanisms uncovered by atomistic simulations, Friction 6, 245–259 (2018)
R. Aghababaei, T. Brink, J.-F. Molinari, Asperity-level origins of transition from mild to severe wear, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 186105 (2018)

2017

C. Kalcher, T. Brink, J. Rohrer, A. Stukowski, K. Albe, Interface-controlled creep in metallic glass composites, Acta Mater. 141, 251–260 (2017)
L. Koch, F. Granberg, T. Brink, D. Utt, K. Albe, F. Djurabekova, K. Nordlund, Local segregation versus irradiation effects in high-entropy alloys: Steady-state conditions in a driven system, J. Appl. Phys. 122, 105106 (2017)

2016

T. Brink, L. Koch, K. Albe, Structural origins of the boson peak in metals: From high-entropy alloys to metallic glasses, Phys. Rev. B 94, 224203 (2016), editors’ suggestion
T. Brink, M. Peterlechner, H. Rösner, K. Albe, G. Wilde, Influence of crystalline nanoprecipitates on shear-band propagation in Cu-Zr-based metallic glasses, Phys. Rev. Appl. 5, 054005 (2016)

2015

T. Brink, D. Şopu, K. Albe, Solid-state amorphization of Cu nanolayers embedded in a Cu₆₄Zr₃₆ glass, Phys. Rev. B 91, 184103 (2015)

2014

J. Bünz, T. Brink, K. Tsuchiya, F. Meng, G. Wilde, and K. Albe, Low temperature heat capacity of a severely deformed metallic glass, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 135501 (2014)

Theses

T. Brink, Atomistic computer simulations of amorphous silicon oxycarbide, diploma thesis, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, November 2012.

Other

T. Brink, O. Adjaoud, K. Albe, Nanostructured metallic glasses: Tailoring the mechanical properties of amorphous metals, Proceedings of the NIC Symposium 2016, NIC Series 48, 191–198 (2016)

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