LTL publications database

The reply to this search will be sorted chronologically.

Note that any word beginning with the searched letter combination will return a match ( e.g. search for "Seppa" will return items containing "Seppa", "Seppanen" and "Seppala" ). An empty field is equivalent to "no criterion". All fields empty will give a complete list of publications since the start of the laboratory in 1966.

Please note as well that many authors have additional papers which are not considered as LTL papers and as such are not listed in the LTL publications database. For these papers please contact the author in question.

Search options:
journal: You may search some interesting journals.
author: Coauthorships can be found by giving both familynames:
"Lounasmaa%Hari" or "Hari%Lounasmaa", where "%" represents any combination of characters between the names.
title: Special words can be given in the title field which will give all papers containing that word in the title
year: (- ) One may search one particular year (or a range of years).
category: Query may be restrited to BRAIN, LOWTEMP or CoE publications,
group: or a group. Groups ROTA and INTERFACE were formerly ROTA1 and ROTA2.
Reference: The search of a publication with its reference number sets box label as the default output style. You may search also several references, separated with commas.
Reply style options:
output style: Output is given as a list unless otherwise specified. There are also box label, brain, bibtex, and Wiki formats.
order by: The default sort order is the chronological reference number. It is also possible to sort by Author or Group.
order dir.: Latest matches are shown first by default (DESC).
show group: The group of the publication is shown by default, as (GROUP).
show DOI: The Digital Object Identifier of the publication is shown by default.
show reference: The reference number of the publications in the LTL database.
author style: Authors may be listed in formats "Author, A., and Author D." (default), "Author A and Author D", and "Author A. et al."
journal style: Journals may be given in full length (default, e.g. Physical Review Letters) or in abbreviated form (e.g. PRL).