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Prof. Dr. Ute Kaiser
University of Ulm
Electron Microscopy Group
of Materials Science
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm
Telefon: +49 (0)731/50-22950
Telefax: +49 (0)731/50-22958

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University of Ulm
Electron Microscopy Group
of Materials Science
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm
Telefon: +49 (0)731/50-22951
Telefax: +49 (0)731/50-22958

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News

December 16th, 2015: Our Christmas Party took place on three locations, in our glass-room with self-made cookies and 2015-photos (no picture), on the ice and with good food in the restaurant. Thanks to Sebastian for great organization.

 

December 14th, 2015: We had to say "Auf-Wiedersehen" to our three-years co-worker Dr. Ossi Lehtinen, who worked in the frame of our SFB/TRR 21, CO.CO.MAT, Control of Quantum Correlations in Tailored Matter. We greatly enjoyed working with him. He was a source of  enormous inspiration for our group. Ossi co-authored 18 paper in his time at Ulm University, among them 6 as first author.  We wish our colleague and friend Ossi all the best for his future in his home country Finland. 

 

December 8th, 2015: A new Liquid Electro-Chemistry holder from Hummingbird has now arrived. We are looking forward to the coming experiments on battery materials. 

 

December 7th, 2015: Dr. Yohei Sato, EELS specialist from the Terauchi-Lab at Tohoku University Sendai, arrived for a three-month stay at our group in the frame of our IQST (Integrated Quantum Science and Technology). We are looking forward very much to working together with him on theory and practice of omega-q-mappings.

 

November 26th, 2015: We had the first day with our new SALVE-microscope in Heidelberg and can already report a resolution of better than 1.23A with 30 keV electrons. We are excitedly awaiting the acceptance of our instrument soon in Spring 2016.

 

November 11th, 2015: Prof. Dr. Harald Rose, physicist, theoretician, the luminary in theoretical electron microscopy, the inventor of the practical realizable aberration-correction for electron-optical lenses, awarded with many prizes including the Wolf Prize 2011 in Physics and the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award 2013, received the Senior Professorship at Ulm University from 2015-2018. We are very happy and greatly enthusiastic to work further with him in the frame of our SALVE-Project. In special course he will deliver his crystallized knowledge to the students of Ulm University.

 

October 15th, 2015: Welcome to Dr. Yueliang Li from National Center for Electron Microscopy in Beijing, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua  University in China. He performed is PhD in the field of HRTEM of nanocrystals. He will work in our group for the next three months.

 

October 3rd, 2015: Kecheng Cao from Sichuan University in China joined our group as PhD student, a warm welcome and much success with the PhD thesis! He wrote his master thesis on preparation of graphene and graphene-based hybrid materials!

 

October 1st, 2015: A warm welcome to Dr. Felix Börrnert from TU Dresden/IFW Dresden, who joined our group in a postdoctoral position in the frame of the SALVE project. He will stay associated to the IFW in Dresden in the group of Prof. Büchner.

 

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Highlights

Sanfter Einblick in die Nanowelt „SALVE“ startet mit neuem Partner in finale Phase

Mit der Unterschrift unter die Kooperationsvereinbarung ist es nun offiziell: Die Forschungsinitiative zur Entwicklung eines so genannten Niederspannungs- transmissionselektronenmikroskops "SALVE" startet erfolgreich in die finale Phase. Das an der Universität Ulm angesiedelte Langzeitprojekt wird v [more]
 

Quadratische Eiskristalle aus der Nanowelt Überraschungsfund mit dem Elektronenmikroskop im „Graphen-Sandwich“

Fest, flüssig und gasförmig. Die Aggregatzustände des Wassers lernt jedes Kind in der Schule kennen. Und auch in der Wissenschaft zählt Wasser sicherlich zu den am besten untersuchten Substanzen. Trotzdem konnten Forscher von den Universitäten Ulm, Manchester und der University of Science and Techno [more]
 

The cover of issue 5/20015 of the journal Small presents findings of the groups of Ulm University and Nottingham University

Decreasing the energy of the electron beam in transmission electron microscopy (TEM) improves the stability of inorganic molecules, however, organic molecules become surprisingly less stable under these conditions. On page 622, E. Bichoutskaia, U. Kaiser, A. N. Khlobystov, and co-workers analyse the [more]
 

Nano-Membran nach Maß Universität Ulm mit an Bord der EU Graphen Flaggschiff-Initiative

Es besteht aus reinem Kohlenstoff und ist ein wahrer Wunderwerkstoff: das Graphen. Es ist nur eine Atomlage dick, härter als Diamant und zugfester als Stahl. Dabei ist es hauchdünn, extrem leicht, sehr flexibel und transparent. Seine extrem hohe Wärme- und Stromleitfähigkeit lässt nicht nur die Halb [more]
 

Mit Hartnäckigkeit, Teamgeist und Ausdauer zum Erfolg Renommierter Forschungspreis für die Wegbereiter der Elektronenmikroskopie (Kopie 1)

Drei Physiker aus Deutschland sind mit dem "Frontiers of Knowledge Award" der BBVA-Stiftung für ihre wegweisende Forschung zur modernen Elektronenmikroskopie ausgezeichnet worden. Die Preisträger sind die Physikprofessoren Maximilian Haider (CEOS GmbH Heidelberg), Harald Rose (Universität [more]
 
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