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Nov. 09,2020: Paper on world record in soft x-ray microspectroscopy published in Optica (Impact factor: 9.77) – check the manuscript here. Thank you to former group member Benedikt Rösner and all collaborators !
June 5, 2019: We are happy to obtain funding for our new research project entitled “Soft x-ray Laminography for spectroscopic 3D imaging”. Funding comes from the BMBF (project number 05K19WE2)
March 2, 2019: Benedikt Wolz joins the group for his master thesis on “Fragmentation of XBID precursor molecules”.
June 25, 2018: Congratulations to Markus Meyer for his successful PhD defense. His dissertation entitled “Using complementary nanoprobes to investigate soft matter composites” reports on STXM, TEM and x-ray scattering studies on various polymer-based materials from bulk-heterojunction solar cells to biodegradable PLA-based polymers. Markus will join the detector group at the Paul Scherrer Institute (Switzerland) starting Aug. 2, 2018.
Jan. 1, 2018: DFG supports Andreas Späths proposal on “X-ray beam induced deposition (XBID)” for three years. Congratulations to Andreas!
June 1, 2017: Joshua has started his Master thesis. He will work on the deconvolution of high-resolution STXM data.
May 9, 2017: Congratulations to Xiaoyan for her excellent PhD examination with overall grade “magna cum laude”. With her thesis entitled “Spectromicroscopic Insights into the Morphology and Interfaces of Operational Organic Electronic Devices”, she has been awarded the title Dr. rer. nat. With the financial support of GRK starting grant, Xiaoyan will continue as PostDoc within GRK and apply for her own research project. We wish her great success with this application to continue her academic career.
Mar 8, 2017: Finally, our manuscript entitled
"Crystallization of sensitizers controls morphology and performance in Si-/C-PCPDTBT-sensitized P3HT: ICBA ternary blends" (X. Du et al.)
was accepted for publication in Macromolecules. We would like to thank all collaborators for their contributions in this highly interdisciplinary study. Well done!
Last changes: Aug. 8, 2019