TOENNIES, J. PETER / Fisica / Investigadores

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2002 – 2005 : Emeritus Scientific Member of the Max-Planck-Society

Molecular Interactions Group
Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany.

J.P. Toennies is recognized for his pioneering work in the development of helium droplet spectroscopy, used to determine the chemical composition and physical properties of molecules, ions, and atoms.

1964 : Physics Prize of the Academy of Sciences, Göttingen.
1983 : "Fellow" of the American Physical Society.
1988 : Alumni Citation, Brown University.
1990 : Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences in Göttingen.
1991 : Gold Heyrovsky Medal of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
1992 : Hewlett-Packard Europhysics Prize for solid state physics.
1992 : Max-Planck-Prize of the Germany Research Society and the
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
1993 : Member of the Germany Academy of Natural Scientists "Leopoldina" in Halle, Germany.
1996 : Recipient of the first MOLEC Conference Award.
1999 : Honorary Fellow of the International Molecular Beams Symposium.
2000 : Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
2002 : Stern-Gerlach Gold Medal of the German Physical Society.
2005 : Kolos Medal of University of Warsaw
2006 : Benjamin Franklin Medal
in Physics

Toennies has been active in countless scientific organizations from the Council of the European Physical Society, to the Atomic Physics Section of the German Physical Society, to the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. He is currently a fellow of the World Innovation Foundation, as well as a member of the Interdisciplinary Board of the World Cultural Council.

The van der Waals potentials between all the rare gas atoms from He to Rn
K.T. Tang and J.P. Toennies
J. Chem. Phys. 118, 4976-4983 (2003)

Ab-initio conical intersections for the Na+H2 system: A four-state study
A. Vibok, G. Halasz, T. Vertesi, S. Suhai, A.M. Baer and J.P. Toennies
J. Chem. Phys. 119, 6588-6596 (2003)

Deep penetration of vacancies into a solid
G. Benedek, R. Grisenti, J.P. Toennies and F. Dalfovo
J. Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 129, 201-206 (2003)

Angular distribution features of the reaction F+H2 products at low energies
L.Y. Rusin, M.B. Sevryuk and J.P. Toennies
Russian Chemical Physics 22, 10-23 (2003)

Impurity-stimulated heterogeneous nucleation of supercooled H2 clusters
E. Knuth, S. Schaper and J.P. Toennies
J. Chem. Phys. 120, 235-245 (2004)

Simulation of the reactive scattering of F+D2 on a model family of potential energy surface with various topographies: The correlation approach
L.Y. Rusin, M.B. Sevryuk and J.P. Toennies
J. Chem. Phys. 120, 800-812 (2004)

Field ionization detection of supersonic molecular beams
R.B. Doak, Y. Ekinci, B. Holst, J.P. Toennies, T. Al-Kassab and A. Heinrich
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 75, 405-414 (2004)

Serendipitous meanderings and adventures with molecular beams
J.P. Toennies
Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 55, 1-33 (2004)

Raman spectroscopy of small para-H2 clusters formed in cryogenic free jets
G. Tejeda, J.M. Fernandez, S. Montero, D. Blume and J.P. Toennies
Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 223401-1- 223401-4 (2004)

Nachweis kleinster Wasserstofftröpfchen
J.P. Toennies
(Pressemitteilung der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft) Chemie 7-8, 10-12 (2004)

Comparison of experimental time-of-flight spectra of the HF products from the F+H2 reaction with quantum mechanical calculations
L.Yu. Rusin, M.B. Sevryuk and J.P. Toennies
accepted for J. Chem. Phys.

Electron gas-density functional calculations of intermolecular potentials between noble gas atoms and noble metal surfaces
C. Nyeland and J.P. Toennies
in preparation

Mass spectrum and time-of-flight study of the formation of n-D2 clusters in free-jet expansions
Y. Ekinci, E.L. Knuth and J.P. Toennies
in preparation

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