Diffraction methods and electron microscopy

About

Diffraction methods provide quantitative structural information of periodic structures and are therefore complementary to scanning probe microscopies. We employ both electron and x-ray diffraction to study molecular and quantum materials. A special role is played by our aberration-corrected electron spectromicroscope which combines nanometer-resolved microscopy with micro-diffraction and spectroscopic capabilities.

Research Topics

  • Aberration-corrected spectromicroscopy
  • Chemically-resolved vertical structures with sub-Angstrom resolution
  • Interfaces between molecules and crystalline phases
  • Epitaxial 2D Materials

Contact

Prof. Dr. Christian Kumpf

PGI-3

Building 02.4w / Room 319

+49 2461/61-1452

E-Mail

Members

Dr. Sabine WenzelBuilding 02.4w / Room 331+49 2461/61-3987
Miriam RathsBuilding 02.4w / Room 128+49 2461/61-6313
Mark HutterBuilding 02.4w / Room 127+49 2461/61-5810
Monja StettnerBuilding 02.4w / Room 329+49 2461/61-4131
Hao YinBuilding 02.4w / Room 128+49 2461/61-6313

Last Modified: 11.11.2022