Most Cited Publications

The publications are listed according to the number of citations. If you are interested in a copy of a publicationplease let Andi Moser know.

Reference Number of
Monodisperse FePt nanoparticles and ferromagnetic FePt nanocrystal superlattices
S. Sun, C.B. Murray, D. Weller, L. Folks, and A. Moser
Science 287, 1989 (2000).
High Ku materials approach to 100 Gbits/in2
D. Weller, A. Moser, L. Folks, M.E. Best, Wen Lee, M.F. Toney, M. Schwickert, J.U. Thiele, and M.F. Doerner
IEEE Trans. Magn. 36, 10 (2000).
Thermal effect limits in ultrahigh density magnetic recording
D. Weller, and A. Moser
IEEE Trans. Magn. 35, 4423 (1999).
Antiferromagnetically coupled magnetic media layers for thermally stable high density recording
E.E. Fullerton, D.T. Margulies, M.E. Schabes, M. Carey, B. Gurney, A. Moser, M. Best, G. Zeltzer, K. Rubin, H. Rosen, M.A. Doerner
Appl. Phys. Lett. 77, 3806 (2000).
Nanocomposite CoPt:C films for extremely high density recording
M. Yu, Y. Liu, A. Moser, D. Weller, and D.J. Sellmyer
Appl. Phys. Lett. 75, 3992 (1999).
Magnetic recording: advancing into the future
A. Moser, K. Takano, D.T. Margulies, M. Albrecht, Y. Sonobe, Y. Ikeda, S.H. Sun, E.E. Fullerton
J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 35, R157 (2002).
Observation of single vortices condensed into a vortex glass phase by magnetic force microscopy
A. Moser, H.J. Hug, I. Parashikov, B. Stiefel, O. Fritz, H. Thomas, A. Baratoff, H.J. Guntherodt, P. Chaudhari
Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 1847 (1995).
Magnetic domain-structure in ultrathin films
G. Bochi, H.J. Hug, D.I. Paul, B. Stiefel, A. Moser, I. Parashikov, H.J. Guntherodt, and R.C. Ohandley
Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 1839 (1995).
Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, domains, and misfit strain in epitaxial Ni/Cu1-xNix/Cu/Si (001) thin films
G. Bochi, C.A. Ballentine, H.E. Inglefield, C.V. Thompson, R.C. O'Handley, H.J. Hug, B. Stiefel, A. Moser, H.J. Guntherodt
Phys. Rev. B, Condens. Matter 52, 7311 (1995).
The atomic force microscope used as a powerful tool for machining surfaces
T.A. Jung, A. Moser, H.J. Hug, D. Brodbeck, R. Hofer, H.R. Hidber, and U.D. Schwarz
Ultramicroscopy 42:, 1446 (1992).
A low temperature ultrahigh vacuum scanning force microscope
H.J. Hug, B. Stiefel, P.J.A. van Schendel, A. Moser, S. Martin, H.J. Guntherodt
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 70, 3625 (1999).
Writing and reading perpendicular magnetic recording media patterned by a focused ion beam
J. Lohau, A. Moser, C.T. Rettner, M.E. Best, and B.D. Terris
Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 990 (2001).
Quantitative magnetic force microscopy on perpendicularly magnetized samples
H.J. Hug, B. Stiefel, P.J.A. Van Schendel, A. Moser, R. Hofer, S. Martin, H.J. Guntherodt, S. Porthun, L. Abelmann, J.C. Lodder, G. Bochi, R.C. O'Handley
J. Appl. Phys. 83, 5609 (1998).
Recording performance of high-density patterned perpendicular magnetic media
M. Albrecht, C.T. Rettner, A. Moser, M.E. Best, B.D. Terris
Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 2875 (2002).
Dynamic coercivity measurements in thin film recording media using a contact write/read tester
A. Moser, D. Weller, M.E. Best, and M.F. Doerner
J. Appl. Phys. 85, 5018 (1999).
Magnetic domain structure in ultrathin Cu/Ni/Cu/Si(001) films
H.J. Hug, B. Stiefel, A. Moser, I. Parashikov, A. Klicznik, D. Lipp, H.J. Guntherodt, G. Bochi, D.I. Paul, R.C. O`Handley
J. Appl. Phys. 79, 5609 (1996).
Observation and manipulation of vortices in YBa2Cu3O7 thin film with a low temperature magnetic force microscope
H.J. Hug, A. Moser, I. Parashikov, B. Stiefel, O. Fritz, H.J. Guntherodt, H. Thomas
Physica C 235-240, 2695 (1994).
Low temperature magnetic force microscopy
H.J. Hug, A. Moser, Th. Jung, O. Fritz, A. Wadas, I. Parashikov, H.J. Guntherodt
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 64, 2920 (1993).
Dynamic coercivity measurements of antiferromagnetically coupled magnetic media layers
J. Lohau, A. Moser, D.T. Margulies, E.E. Fullerton, M.E. Schabes
Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 2748 (2001).
Magnetic force microscopy on high Tc superconductors
A. Moser, H.J. Hug, O. Fritz, I. Parashikov, H. Guntherodt, T. J. Wolf
J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B, Microelectron. Nanometer Struct. 12, 1586 (1994).