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2014

2014

  • 18.12.2014

    Weekly Seminar: “From theory to experiment: modern scattering methods and their application in materials science, part IV” by Prof. T. Unruh

  • 11.12.2014

    Weekly Seminar: “From theory to experiment: modern scattering methods and their application in materials science, part III” by Prof. T. Unruh, “Silver nanowires as electrodes in organic solar cells” by Vuk Radmilovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia); Christmas Party

  • 04.12.2014

    Weekly Seminar: “From theory to experiment: modern scattering methods and their application in materials science, part II” by Prof. T. Unruh, “Defects in Functional Oxide Nanowires” by Prof. Velimir Radmilovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

  • 27.11.2014

    Weekly Seminar: “From theory to experiment: modern scattering methods and their application in materials science, part I” by Prof. T. Unruh, “Electric Field Mapping using Low Voltage SEM” by Florian Niekiel

  • 20.11.2014

    Weekly Seminar: “On the energy to switch an individual molecule: what can we learn from the investigation of molecular dynamics on surfaces?” by Prof. H. Marbach (Physical Chemistry, Erlangen)  and “Tutorial on Materials Simulation III” by Prof. E. Bitzek

  • 13.11.2014

    “Oxygen precipitation in Silicon investigated by dynamical X-ray, electron and neutron diffraction” by J. Will (LKS, Erlangen)

  • 30.10.2014

    “Tutorial on Materials Simulation II” by Prof. E. Bitzek, “Indentation and Molecular Self-Assembly at Interfaces studied with Sum Frequency Generation” by C. Meltzer

  • 23.10.2014

    “Tutorial on Materials Simulation I” by Prof. E. Bitzek, “Fabrication Process of Plasmonic Colour Filters via UV-based Nanoimprint Lithography” by A. Hutzler

  • 22.10.2014

    “Advanced TEM investigation of nano-clustering in Gd-doped GaN” by Dr. M. Wu (Paul-Drude-Institute, Berlin)

  • 21.-25.09.2014

    GRK 1896 Summer School 2014, Kleinwalsertal (Austria)

  • 23.06.2014

    “The Importance of Modeling and Simulation for Quantitative Evaluation of Microscopy Data”, Dr. C. Ophus (National Center for Electron Microscopy, Berkeley)

  • 30.06.2014

    “Creating and Characterizing Highly Monodisperse Core-Shell AlLiSc Precipitates”, Dr. C. Ophus (National Center for Electron Microscopy, Berkeley)

  • 26.06.2014

    “Scientific Presenting or How to Give a Good Scientific Talk”, Dr. C. E. Ascheron (Springer)

  • 24.06.2014

    “In-situ Microscopy of Degradation Mechanisms in Microelectronic Products”, Prof. E. Zschech (Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden) – as part of the WW Colloquium

  • 23.06.2014

    “Simulation and Theory Group at the NCEM”, Dr. C. Ophus (National Center for Electron Microscopy, Berkeley)

  • 16.06.2014

    “Good Scientific Practice”, Dr. Tanja Meyer-Treschan (University of Düsseldorf)

  • 05.06.2014

    “Scanning transmission electron microscopy of micrometer-thick liquids, and applications in biology and materials science”, Prof. N. de Jonge (INM Saarbrücken) – as part of International EAM Workshop on Nucleation and Early Stages of Particle Formation

  • 02.06.2014

    “Superlubricity in Gold”, Prof. V. Radmilovic (University of Belgrade & National Center for Electron Microscopy, Berkeley)

  • 28.05.2014

    “In-situ Electron Microscopy of Nanomaterials”, Prof. F. Banhart (University of Strasbourg)

  • 26.05.2014

    “Focused Ion Beam at NCEM”, Prof. V. Radmilovic (University of Belgrade & National Center for Electron Microscopy, Berkeley)

  • 23.05.2014

    “Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging (ECCI) of Dislocation Structures in Bulk Materials Using FEG-SEM”, Prof. M.A. Crimp (Michigan State University)

  • 12.03.2014

    “Nano-mechanics towards Advanced Structural Materials”, Prof. I.-S. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

  • 11.02.2014

    “Investigating Thermally Activated Incipient Plasticity in Pd Nanowhiskers”, Prof. L. Y. Chen (University of Pennsylvania)

  • 29.01.2014

    “Introduction to the Activities at Fraunhofer IISB” (Dr.-Ing. M. Jank), “Development of a TEM Liquid Cell” (E. Teuber, S. Spallek); LabTour to the cleanroom facilities at Fraunhofer IISB

  • 15.01.2014

    “X-ray Microscopy and Related Techniques” (Prof. R. Fink/B. Rösner), Talk “Atomic Layer Deposition in Nanophotonic Research” by M. Göbelt