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Weber J.R., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2009.  Point defects in Al2O3 and their impact on gate stacks. Microelectronic Engineering. 86:1756.
Weber J.R., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2009.  Point defects in Al2O3 and their impact on gate stacks. Microelectronic Engineering. 86:1756.
Weber J.R., Koehl W.F., Varley J.B., Janotti A., Buckley B.B., Van de Walle C.G., Awschalom D.D..  2010.  Quantum Computing with Defects. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.. 107:8513.
Van de Walle C.G., Weber J.R., Janotti A..  2008.  Role of hydrogen at germanium/dielectric interfaces. Thin Solid Films. Volume 517, Issue 1, Fifth International Conference on Silicon Epitaxy and Heterostructures (ICSI-5):144-147.
Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G..  2011.  The role of oxygen-related defects and hydrogen impurities in HfO2 and ZrO2. Microelectronic Engineering. 88(7):1452-1456.
Varley J.B, Janotti A., Franchini C., Van de Walle C.G.  2012.  Role of self-trapping in luminescence and p-type conductivity of wide-band-gap oxides. Phys. Rev. B. 85:81109.
Lyons J.L, Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2009.  Role of Si and Ge as impurities in ZnO. Phys. Rev. B. 80:205113.
Singh A.K, Janotti A., Scheffler M., Van de Walle C.G.  2008.  Sources of Electrical Conductivity in SnO2. Phys. Rev. Lett.. 101:55502.
Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2008.  Sources of unintentional n-type conductivity in InN. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 92:32104.
Janotti A., Steiauf D., Van de Walle C.G.  2011.  Strain effects on the electronic structure of SrTiO3: Toward high electron mobilities. Phys. Rev. B. 84:201304.
Schleife A., Varley J.B, Fuchs F., Rödl C., Bechstedt F., Rinke P., Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2011.  Tin dioxide from first principles: Quasiparticle electronic states and optical properties. Phys. Rev. B. 83:35116.
Lyons J.L, Janotti A., Van de Walle C.G.  2009.  Why nitrogen cannot lead to p-type conductivity in ZnO. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 95:252105.

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