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Finally!

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Finally! – Our new FEI Titan Themis G3 300 is operational making (sub-)atomic resolution materials analysis and characterization available. The new device allows direct imaging of the atomic structure, electron energy loss spectroscopy with high spectral resolution using a monochromator, and elemental mapping of monolayers thanks to a four-quadrant energy-dispersive X-ray spectrometer. A fast CMOS camera together with a comprehensive set of special specimen holders enables tracing reactions or transformations as a function of temperature, sample environment, mechanical or electrical attenuation. This exhaustive configuration serves to attain a much more detailed and sound comprehension of elementary processes at the atomic scale that determine macroscopic materials properties.

Congratulation!

 
Dr. Isabelle Binkowski (AG Wilde),

Dr. Soizic Eon (AG Bracht),

Dr. Nazar Ibrahim (AG Wilde) and

Dr. Manuel Radek (AG Bracht)

finished his doctorate last Friday:
With the certificate, which was handed by Prof. Dr. Klasen (Dean of the Physics Department) on 28th July 2017, it became official. Congratulation!

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Guest Professor at the Université des Alpes Grenoble and at the Simap Institute of CNRS at Grenoble, France

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Prof. Wilde was invited as guest Professor at the Université des Alpes Grenoble and at the Simap Institute of CNRS at Grenoble. Both institutions are ranked as the top institutions for materials science in France. In Grenoble, Prof. Wilde will work together with Prof. Yannick Champion on metallic glasses, their relaxation behavior and particularly on the dynamics of the glass transition. In the course of his guest Professorship.
Prof. Wilde will spend five weeks in Grenoble during the year 2017.

senior principle investigator (PI) and member of the board of directors of Herbert Gleiter Institute (HGI) at Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST) in China

Prof. Wilde was invited as senior principle investigator (PI) and as member of the board of directors of Herbert Gleiter Institute (HGI) at Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST), at Nanjing in China. This invitation includes the opportunity to build a research group at HGI, involving permanent positions for experienced scientists, for post docs and PhD- and Master students as well as a state-of-the-art research environment including a new research building with more than 8000 square meters of laboratory and office space.
The mission of HGI is to bring eastern and western research approaches together, to foster exchange of ideas, methods and personnel and create a research environment that develops out of the best of both approaches. For that reason, a state-of-the-art research infrastructure is implemented that includes scanning and transmission electron microscopes, atom probe tomography, top-of-the-line synthesis and characterization methods and a rich scientific environment consisting at this time of five research groups that work on aspects of nanostructured materials and interfaces.

Latest Publications

Yu. Buranova, V. Kulitskiy, M. Peterlechner, A. Mogucheva, R. Kaibyshev, S.V. Divinski, G. Wilde
Al3(Sc,Zr)-based precipitates in Al-Mg alloy: effect of severe deformation
Acta Materialia 124 (2017) 210-224

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Farwick zum Hagen F, Zimmermann D, Silva C, Schlueter C, Atodiresei N u. a. .
Structure and Growth of Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Ir(111)
ACS Nano 10: 11012-11026. doi: 10.1021/acsnano.6b05819