2018

- Tuning the Fano factor of graphene via Fermi velocity modulation.

J.R.F. Lima, A.L.R. Barbosa, C.G. Bezerra and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Physica E Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures**97**, 105 (2018). - Borophene hydride: a stiff 2D material with high thermal conductivity and attractive optical and electronic properties.

B. Mortazavi, M. Makaremi, M. Shahrokhi, M. Raesi, C. Veer Singh, T. Rabczuk and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Nanoscale**10**, 3759 (2018). - Thermal Conductivity of Graphene-hBN Superlattice Ribbons.

**I.M. Felix**and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Scientific Reports**8**, 2737 (2018). - BxCyNz Hybrid Graphenylene: Stability and Electronic Properties.

A. Freitas, L.D. Machado, C.G. Bezerra,**R.M. Tromer**,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and S. Azevedo.

RSC Advances**8**, 24847

2017

- Atomic adsorption on nitrogenated holey graphene.

**R.M. Tromer**, M.G.E. da Luz, M.S. Ferreira and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C**121**, 3055 (2017). - Thermal conductivity decomposition in two-dimensional materials: Application to graphene.

Z. Fan,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, P. Hirvonen, M.M. Ervasti, K.R. Elder, D. Donadio, T. Ala-Nissila and A. Harju.

Physical Review B**95**, 144309 (2017). - Anomalous strain effect on the thermal conductivity of borophene: a reactive molecular dynamics study.

B. Mortazavi, Minh-Quy Le, T. Rabczuk and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Physica E Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures**93**, 202 (2017). - Electronic, optical and thermal properties of highly stretchable 2D carbon Ene-yne graphyne.

B. Mortazavi, M. Shahrokhi, T. Rabczuk,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Carbon**123**, 344 (2017). - Light propagation in quasiperiodic dieletric multilayers separated by graphene.

C.H. Costa,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, C.G. Bezerra.

Physical Review B, 125412 (2017).**96** - Bimodal grain-size scaling of thermal transport in polycrystalline graphene from large-scale molecular dynamics simulations.

Z. Fan, P. Hirvonen,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, M.M. Ervasti, K.R. Elder, D. Donadio, T. Ala-Nissila and A. Harju.

Nano Letters**17**, 5919

Independent publications by group members

- Stability and electronic properties of Gex(BN)y monolayers.

A. Freitas, L.D. Machado,**R.M.****Tromer**, C.G. Bezerra and S. Azevedo.

Superlattices and Microstructures**110**, 281 (2017).

2016

- Amorphized graphene: a stiff material with low thermal conductivity.

B. Mortazavi, Z. Fan,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, A. Harju and T. Rabczuk.

Carbon**103**, 318 (2016). - Thermal conductivity and mechanical properties of nitrogenated holey graphene.

B. Mortazavi, O. Rahaman, T. Rabczuk and**L.F.C. PEREIRA**.

Carbon**106**, 1 (2016). - Anisotropic thermal conductivity and mechanical properties of phagraphene: A molecular dynamics study.

**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, B. Mortazavi, M. Makaremi and T. Rabczuk.

RSC Advances**6**, 57773 (2016). - Controlling resonant tunneling in graphene via Fermi velocity engineering.

J.R.F. Lima,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and C.G. Bezerra.

Journal of Applied Physics**119**, 244301 (2016).

Featured on the cover of the Journal of Applied Physics Volume 119 Number 24, dated 28 June 2016.

2015

- Tuning thermal transport in ultra-thin silicon membranes by surface nanoscale engineering.

S. Neogi, J.S. Reparaz,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, B. Graczykowski, M.R. Wagner, M. Sledzinska, A. Shchepetov, M. Prunnila, J. Ahopelto, C.M. Sotomayor Torres and D. Donadio.

ACS Nano**9**, 3820 (2015). - Modelling heat conduction in polycrystalline hexagonal boron-nitride films.

B. Mortazavi,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, J.-W. Jiang and T. Rabczuk.

Scientific Reports**5**, 13228 (2015). - Force and heat current formulas for many-body potentials in molecular dynamics simulations with applications to thermal conductivity calculations.

Z. Fan,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, H.-Q. Wang, J.-C. Zheng, D. Donadio and A. Harju.

Physical Review B**92**, 094301 (2015).

2014

- Length-dependent thermal conductivity in suspended single-layer graphene.

X. Xu,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, Y. Wang, J. Wu, K. Zhang, X. Zhao, S. Bae, C.T. Bui, R. Xie, J.T.L. Thong, B.H. Hong, K.P. Loh, D. Donadio, B. Li and B. Ozyilmaz.

Nature Communications**5**, 3689 (2014).

2013

- Divergence of the thermal conductivity in uniaxially strained graphene.

**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and D. Donadio.

Physical Review B**87**, 125424 (2013). Editors’ Suggestion. - Thermal conductivity of one-, two- and three-dimensional sp2 carbon.

**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, I. Savic and D. Donadio.

New Journal of Physics**15**, 105019 (2013).

2012

- Manipulating connectivity and electrical conductivity in metallic nanowire networks.

P.N. Nirmalraj, A.T. Bellew, A.P. Bell, J.A. Fairfield, E.K. McCarthy, C. O’Kelly,**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, S. Sorel, D. Morosan, J.N. Coleman, M.S. Ferreira and J.J. Boland.

Nano Letters**12**, 5966 (2012).

2011

- Electronic transport on carbon nanotube networks: a multiscale computational approach.

**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and M.S. Ferreira.

Nano Communication Networks**2**, 25 (2011).

2010

- A computationally efficient method for calculating the maximum conductance of disordered networks: Application to one-dimensional conductors.
**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, C.G. Rocha, A. Latgé and M.S. Ferreira.Journal of Applied Physics**108**, 103720 (2010). - The phase diagram and critical behavior of the three-state majority-vote model.
D.F.F Melo,
**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and F.G.B. Moreira.Journal of Statistical Mechanics**11**, P11032 (2010).

2009

- Upper bound for the conductivity of nanotube networks.
**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, C.G. Rocha, A. Latgé, J.N. Coleman and M.S. Ferreira.Applied Physics Letters**95**, 123106 (2009).

Research Highlight on Nature Nanotechnology (2 October 2009).

2008

- The relationship between network morphology and conductivity in nanotube films.
P.E. Lyons, S. De, F. Blighe, V. Nicolosi,
**L.F.C. PEREIRA**, M.S. Ferreira and J.N. Coleman.Journal of Applied Physics**104**, 044302 (2008). - Unusual domain growth behavior in the compressible ising model.
S.J. Mitchell,
**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and D.P. Landau.Brazilian Journal of Physics**38**, 1 (2008).

2005

- Majority-vote model on random graphs.

**L.F.C. PEREIRA**and F.G.B. Moreira.

Physical Review E**71**, 016123 (2005).