3D Models

We find that it is often helpful when working with molecular structures to have a 3D printed model. This allows the structure to be easily viewed from all angles as well as making it easier to identify symmetries of interest. We currently use a Form 1 from Formlabs to print these structures.

Here you can download SDF files for several structures of current interest to the TCQP group.

Structures

Diamond

Diamond crystal with a [111] reconstructed surface. [download]

NV

Nitrogen-vacancy centre within 2 unit cells of diamond. [download]

JJ

Josephson junction structure (Al-AlO0.5-Al) where the aluminium atoms are spheres and the oxygens are cubes. [download]

AlOx

AlOx surface on crystalline aluminium, grown via exposure to atomic oxygen. [download]

The TCQP group is a research group within the Physics discipline of the School of Science at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

We specialise in theoretical quantum physics, and its application to materials science, condensed matter physics, quantum and classical optics. Using computational and mathematical techniques we study problems which range from the very applied to the purely theoretical.

The group consists of Prof. Jared Cole, Prof. Salvy Russo and Prof. Andrew Greentree, working with postdoctoral researchers, PhD and Honours students.

Research conducted within our group also contributes to several Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence, include the Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics, the Centre for Exciton Science and the Centre for Future Low-energy Electronics Technologies.

On this site you will find further information about our publications, our current research, our members and the latest news from the group.

TCQP IS HIRING! Click here for further information about our exciting new postdoctoral positions.

Theoretical Chemical and Quantum Physics

Subcategories

Projects

Current projects in the Theoretical Chemical and Quantum Physics group.

Techniques

Current methods and techniques used in the Theoretical Chemical and Quantum Physics group.