Sonderforschungsbereich 616

 

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 This is our current staff of scientists! Click any member for detailed information...
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Dr. Thorsten Balgar B4 +49 201 183 3058 Mail Group
Dr. Christian Bobisch C1 +49 201 183 2596  Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Uwe Bovensiepen B8 +49 203 379 4566  Mail Group
Dr. Detlef Diesing A2 +49 201 183 3845 Mail Group
Dr. Andreas Duvenbeck A4 +49 203 379 3568 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Eckart Hasselbrink A2, B4 +49 201 183 3056 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Michael Horn-von Hoegen B2, B5, C2 +49 203 379 1438 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Peter Kratzer B7 +49 203 379 3313 Mail Group
Dr. Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf B5, C2 +49 203 379 1465 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Rolf Möller C1, C2, C4 +49 203 379 4220 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Hermann Nienhaus A1 +49 203 379 3154 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Marika Schleberger A6, C6 +49 203 379 1600 Mail Group
Dr. Klaus Sokolowski-Tinten B3 +49 203 379 4561 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Dietrich Wolf C7 +49 203 379 3327 Mail Group
Prof. Dr. Andreas Wucher A4, A6 +49 203 379 2228 Mail Group
Dr. Ping Zhou B3 +49 203 379 4579 Mail Group

 

 

 Associated members
Name Participated projects Email Homepage
Dr. Uwe Czarnetzki A5 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Günter Dumpich C2 Mail to Homepage
Dr. Timo Gans A5 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Joachim Krug C3 Mail to Homepage
Dr. Martin Kammler B2 Mail to Homepage  
Dr. Tobias Kunstmann C4 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Axel Lorke C1 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Andreas Otto (emeritus)   Mail  
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Pehlke B1 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Dietrich von der Linde B3, B5 Mail to Homepage
Prof. Dr. Jörg Winter A3 Mail to Homepage

 

   
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Dr. Thorsten Balgar B4
+49 201 183 3058
S05 R02 H04
thorsten.balgar@uni-due.de
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Vibrational dynamics of adsorbates at surfaces. Sum frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy.

Dr. Thorsten Balgar
 
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Dr. Christian Bobisch C1
+49 201 183 2596
MF 247
christian.bobisch@uni-due.de
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Research Interests:
Analysis of surfaces, interfaces and organic molecules with atomic resolution using scanning probe techniques; charge transport on the atomic scale; growth, structural and electronic properties of surfaces and interfaces; ballistic and electric charge transport through nanostructures and organic molecules; STM induced electroluminescense of metallic surfaces and organic molecules.

Dr. Christian Bobisch
 
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Prof. Dr. Uwe Bovensiepen
+49 203 379 4566
MG 154
uwe.bovensiepen@uni-due.de
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In the focus of our research are microscopic interaction mechanisms of charge, vibration, and magnetic degrees of freedom in condensed matter. We aim at an understanding of energy transfer between these subsystems and energy transport along spatial coordinates and focus on low dimensions and nanostructures.
- Ultrafast electron dynamics in low dimensional systems
- Hot electron mediated chemical processes
- Magnetization dynamics at surfaces and interfaces
- Non-equilibrium dynamics of correlated electron materials

Prof. Dr. Uwe Bovensiepen
 
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Dr. Detlef Diesing A2
+49 201 183 3846
Duisburg: MF1111, Essen: R03 T05 D846
detlef.diesing@uni-due.de
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Reactions with excited electrons at metal/liquid boundary surfaces. Ionic and electronic transport processes in metal/insulator/metal systems. Electronic characteristics of adsorbate-covered metal surfaces.

Dr. Detlef Diesing
 
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Dr. Andreas Duvenbeck A4
+49 203 379 3568
MG 254
andreas.duvenbeck@uni-due.de
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Computersimulationen zur Teilchen-Oberflächen-Wechselwirkung (Computer Simulation of Ion-Solid Interactions)

Andreas Duvenbeck
 
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Prof. Dr. Eckart Hasselbrink Vice Chairman A2, B4
+49 201 183 3056
S05 T01 B21
eckart.hasselbrink@uni-due.de
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The dynamics of elementary chemical processes between the gas phase and the solid state surface. Photochemistry in adsorbate layers. The nanostructuring of surfaces with photochemical methods.

Prof. Dr. Eckart Hasselbrink
 
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Prof. Dr. Michael Horn-von Hoegen Chairman B2, B5, C2
+49 203 379 1438
MF 263
horn-von-hoegen@uni-due.de
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The epitaxy of thin semiconductor and metal layers on silicon surfaces. The manipulation of surface morphology and growth mode by adsorbates (surfactants). The surface reconstruction and adsorbate position. The organization of metallic nanostructures on silicon.

Prof. Dr. Michael Horn-von Hoegen
 
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Prof. Dr. Peter Kratzer B7
+49 203 379 3313
MG 371
peter.kratzer@uni-due.de
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Computational Materials Physics, prediction of materials properties and processes, electronic structure and morphology of surfaces, in particular semiconductor surfaces.
Elementary processes on surfaces: adsorption, diffusion, and nucleation, epitaxy of heterostructures. Development of methods and theories for treating quantum many-particle systems.

Prof. Dr. Peter Kratzer
 
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Dr. Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf B5, C2
+49 203 379 1465
MF 266
meyerzh@uni-due.de
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The organization of metallic nanostructures on silicon. The epitaxy of organic semiconductors on silicon and insulator surfaces. Techniques: high-resolution electron diffraction (SPA-LEED), low energy electron microscopy (LEEM) photoemission microscopy (PEEM).

Dr. Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf
 
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Prof. Dr. Rolf Möller C1, C2, C4
+49 203 379 4220
MG 263
rolf.moeller@uni-due.de
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Research Interests:
Locally resolved investigations of the atomic structure of metal and semiconductor surfaces, the analysis of the electronic structure of reconstructed surfaces, binary metal surfaces, etc. by means of the thermovoltage in raster tunnel microscopy.

The analysis of the adsorption of organic molecules on inorganic surfaces regarding binding energy and geometrical arrangement, the organization of molecules, and the interaction between adsorbed molecules.

Prof. Dr. Rolf Möller
 
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Prof. Dr. Hermann Nienhaus A1
+49 203 379 3154
ME 226
hermann.nienhaus@uni-due.de
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The proof and investigation of electronic stimulations with chemical reactions on metal surfaces. Metal-semiconductor interfaces. The chemical, electronic, and photonic spectroscopy of nanoparticles. The structural, electronic, and dynamic characteristics of pure and modified semiconductor surfaces (AIGaN, SiC, III-V, Si).

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Hermann Nienhaus
 
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Prof. Dr. Marika Schleberger A6, C6
+49 203 379 1600
MC 365
marika.schleberger@uni-due.de
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Structural and electronic properties of metal and semiconductor surfaces. Low-dimensional magnetic structures. Interaction of ions with surfaces.

Prof. Dr. Marika Schleberger
 
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Dr. Klaus Sokolowski-Tinten B3
+49 203 379 4561
MG 155
Klaus.sokolowski-tinten@uni-due.de
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Research Interests:
The interaction of high intensive laser impulses with solid state surfaces. Ultra short time spectroscopy in X-ray areas. Ultrafast phase transitions in laser-illuminated solid states. Ablation with ultra short laser impulses.

Dr. Klaus Sokolowski-Tinten
 
 
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Prof. Dr. Dietrich Wolf C7
+49 203 379 3327
ME 143
d.wolf@uni-duisburg.de
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Nonequilibrium effects at interfaces (surfaces, grain boundaries, particle contacts) especially aggregation, sintering and friction. Dynamics of granular media (cohesive as well as non-cohesive). Electrical transport in nano-powders.

Prof. Dr. Dietrich Wolf
 
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Prof. Dr. Andreas Wucher A4, A6
+49 203 379 2228
MG 250
andreas.wucher@uni-due.de
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Research Interests:
Basic studies in particle surface interactions, especially the investigation of ion-bombardment-induced effects on surfaces. Ion-bombardment-induced particle emission (sputtering) of solid state surfaces, particularly the formation of sputtered complex molecules and clusters. Surfaces and layer analytics with the help of mass spectrometry methods, particularly sputtered mass spectrometry (SNMS) with the help of laser supported postionizations methods.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Wucher
 
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Dr. Ping Zhou B3
+49 203 379 4579
MG 147
ping.zhou@uni-due.de
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Research Interests:
Ultrafast dynamics induced by intensive laser pulse. Physics of ultra short infrared,
XUV, X-ray and electron pulses and their applications in time resolved spectroscopy.

Dr. Ping Zhou
 

 

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Prof. Dr. Joachim Krug C3 (project completed)
krug@th.uni-koeln.de
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Research Interests:
The statistical physics of nonequillibrium processes. Growth and nucleation
on crystal surfaces. Electromigration at surfaces. Transport and phase
transitions in systems. Structure formation in granular media.

Prof. Dr. Joachim Krug
 
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Prof. Dr. Eckhard Pehlke B1 (project completed)
pehlke@theo-physik.uni-kiel.de
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Research Interests:
Density functional energy calculations for solid surfaces. Dissociative
chemisorption at smooth and graduated semiconductor surfaces to
pinpoint the reaction of molecular hydrogen on the Si(100) surface.
Electron hole stimulation through chemisorption.

Dr. Eckhard Pehlke
 
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Prof. Dr. Jörg Winter A3 (project completed)
+49 234 321 4171
NB 5/131
jw@plasma.ep2.ruhr-uni-bochum.de
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Research Interests:
The basic processes in reactive plasmas. Plasma surface interactions. Dust plasmas. The plasma supported separation of thin layers.

Prof. Dr. Jörg Winter