Peer-Reviewed Publications

A. Jeindl, L. Hörmann, O. T. Hofmann
How much does surface polymorphism influence the work function of organic/metal interfaces?
Applied Surface Science 2021
J. J. Cartus, A. Jeindl, O. T. Hofmann
Can We Predict Interface Dipoles from Molecular Properties?
ACS Omega 2021

A. Werkovits, A. Jeindl, L. Hörmann, J. J. Cartus, O. T. Hofmann
Toward Targeted Kinetic Trapping of Organic−Inorganic Interfaces: A Computational Case Study
ACS Physical Chemistry Au 2021

A. Jeindl, J. Domke, L. Hörmann, F. Sojka, R. Forker, T. Fritz, O. T. Hofmann,
Nonintuitive Surface Self-Assembly of Functionalized Molecules on Ag(111)
ACS Nano 2021, acsnano.0c10065.

O. T. Hofmann, E. Zojer, L. Hörmann, A. Jeindl, R. J. Maurer,
First-Principles Calculations of Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Interfaces: From State-of-the-Art to Best Practice.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2021, 10.1039.D0CP06605B.

L. Hörmann, A. Jeindl, O. T. Hofmann
Reproducibility of potential energy surfaces of organic/metal interfaces on the example of PTCDA on Ag (111).
The Journal of Chemical Physics. 2020, 14;153(10):104701.
A. T. Egger, L. Hörmann, A. Jeindl, M. Scherbela, V. Obersteiner, M. Todorović, P. Rinke, O. T. Hofmann,
Charge Transfer into Organic Thin Films: A Deeper Insight through Machine‐Learning‐Assisted Structure Search.
Advanced Science. 2020, 7(15):2000992.

E. Wruss, L. Hörmann, O. T. Hofmann
Impact of surface defects on the charge transfer at inorganic/organic interfaces.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2019, 1;123(12):7118-24.

L. Hörmann, A. Jeindl, A. T. Egger, M. Scherbela, O. T. Hofmann
SAMPLE: Surface structure search enabled by coarse graining and statistical learning.
Computer physics communications. 2019, 1;244:143-55.
M. Scherbela, L. Hörmann, A. Jeindl, V. Obersteiner, O. T. Hofmann
Charting the energy landscape of metal/organic interfaces via machine learning.
Physical Review Materials. 2018, 17;2(4):043803.

V. Obersteiner, M. Scherbela, L. Hörmann, D. Wegner, O. T. Hofmann
Structure prediction for surface-induced phases of organic monolayers: overcoming the combinatorial bottleneck.
Nano letters. 2017. 12;17(7):4453-60.