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C: Characterization

Characterization techniques have been fundamental for many discoveries in materials science. This Topic focuses on novel characterization techniques, including all forms of microscopy (light, electron, acoustic, etc.), diffraction and spectroscopy with all sorts of probes such as electrons, ions, photons and neutrons, and techniques accessing the bulk, surfaces and interfaces. Developments in both this wide range of techniques and their application to the quantification of the microstructure of materials are addressed.


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Lecture C10: Tomographic and Radiographic Imaging with Synchrotron X-rays and Neutrons: Exploiting Contrast and Time
4D investigation of microstructure formation during solidification of Al-Si alloys

Dr.-Ing. Katrin Bugelnig Dr. Eric Breitbarth Dr. Domonkos Tolnai Dr. Thomas Steffens Dr. Holger Germann Dr. Fabian Wilde Dr. Guillermo Requena

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
A Particle Tracking Velocimetry method to measure size and charge distributions in tribocharged powder particles

Dr. Javier Perez-Vaquero Johann Landauer Prof. Dr. Heiko Briesen Prof. Dr. Petra Foerst

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
A Raman spectroscopic in situ study of binder systems for carbon-bonded filters

Simon Brehm Dr. Cameliu Himcinschi Martin Rudolph Thomas Hammer Benjamin Bock Prof. Dr. David Rafaja Prof. Dr. Christos Aneziris Prof. Dr. Jens Kortus

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
A compact bending device for in situ three-point bending tests with a scanning electron microscope

Dr.-Ing. Rainer Steinheimer Prof. Dr. Bernd Engel Dr. Julian Müller Prof. Dr. Benjamin Butz Vladislav Kulipanov

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
A study on phase transformations in metastable beta zirconium alloys based on well known behaviour of metastable beta titanium alloys

Anna Veverková Petr Harcuba Jana Šmilauerová Dalibor Preisler Josef Stráský

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Agglomeration of gold nanoparticles under microgravity conditions

Andrea Pyttlik Dr. Björn Kuttich Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C02: Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Materials Science
Atomic resolution study of impurity segregation to ∑5 (310) grain boundaries in ferritic iron

Ali Ahmadian Dr. Xuyang Zhou Dr. Christian Liebscher Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dehm

Poster C04: In situ characterization/testing
Benefits of evaluating coatings in real marine enviroment

Dipl.-Ing. Aiala Urbegain Garate Pablo Benguria Uribe Saioa Saenz De Urturi Ugarte Andrés del Barrio Fernandez Amets Etxeberria Etxabe Raúl Caracena Toribio

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Characterization of extruded Mg-Dy-Nd under stress corrosion in C-Ring tests

Prof. Dr. Petra Maier

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Characterization of fractal structures produced by flame spray pyrolysis

Mira Klinge Julian Ungerer Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Characterization of highly concentrated nanoparticle dispersions in evaporating droplets by in-situ Small Angle X-ray Scattering

Dr. Björn Kuttich Dr. David Doblas Thomas Kister Dr. Lola Gonzalez-Garcia Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Combined TEM and XRD analysis of size, shape and microstructural defects in CdSe nanocrystals

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Neumann Christina Menter Ahmed Mahmoud Prof. Dr. Doris Segets Prof. Dr. David Rafaja

Poster C04: In situ characterization/testing
Corrosion resistance of a Ni-based brazing alloy in a marine atmospheric exposure

Dipl.-Ing. Aiala Urbegain Garate Dr. Virginia Madina Arrese

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
Development and mechanical testing of a novel model system for investigating Orowan strengthening

Emese Huszar Dr. Nadia Rohbeck Dr. Thomas Edwards Laszlo Petho Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Dispersion stability of AZO nanocrystals concerning their processing into functional thin films using small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS)

Julian Ungerer Mira Klinge Ann-Kathrin Thurm Prof. Dr. Georg Garnweitner Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl

Poster C07: Orientation Image Microscopy: The Evolution. EBSD, TKD, PED-TEM, ECCI + Correlation with APT
Electron Backscatter Pattern Quality as a Tool for Improving FIB Preparation of Oxides

Dr. Julia Deuschle Peter Kopold Prof. Dr. Peter van Aken

Poster C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Evolution of bimodal L12 (γ') phase distribution and its effect on mechanical properties in nickel-based alloy 718Plus

Barun Bharadwaj Dash Dr. Mahadevan Sundararaman Prof. Shanmugam Sankaran

Lecture C10: Tomographic and Radiographic Imaging with Synchrotron X-rays and Neutrons: Exploiting Contrast and Time
Fatigue damage in metallic materials investigated by µLaue diffraction using a 3D energy-dispersive detector

Carolin Leidigkeit Dr. Mohammad Shokr Prof. Dr. Ullrich Pietsch Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Christ

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
High strain rate testing of 3D printed copper micropillars

Dr. Rajaprakash Ramachandramoorthy Dr. Szilvia Kalacska Dr. Patrik Schurch Gabriel Poras Dr. Jakob Schwiedrzik Dr. Xavier Maeder Thibaut Merle Dr. Giorgio Ercolano Dr. Wabe Koelmans Dr. Laetitia Philippe Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
Identification of the material properties of a single crystal plasticity model with kinematic hardening based on cyclic micro-bending tests on single crystal IN718

Simon Schilli Marion Kreins Prof. Dr. Thomas Seifert Prof. Dr. Ulrich Krupp

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
In-situ characterization of Mo-rich NiAl-(Cr,Mo) composites by synchrotron diffraction during directional solidification

Camelia Gombola Dr. Alexander Kauffmann Ioannis Sprenger Dr. Malte Blankenburg Dr. Norbert Schell Prof. Dr. Martin Heilmaier

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
In-situ damage detection and extrusion kinetics with light optical microscopy

Nadira Hadzic Ali Riza Durmaz Dr. Felix Jünger Prof. Dr. Alexander Rohrbach Dr. Thomas Straub Prof. Dr. Chris Eberl

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
In-situ high temperature investigation of the residual stress evolution of thin Cr2AlC PVD-coatings on IN718 and WC-Co

Stefan Heinze Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture C10: Tomographic and Radiographic Imaging with Synchrotron X-rays and Neutrons: Exploiting Contrast and Time
In-situ observation of dendrite morphology and growth in solidifying aluminum alloys using X-ray tomoscopy

Mareike Wegener Dr. Paul H. Kamm Dr. Tillmann R. Neu Nadine von der Eltz Dr. Christian M. Schlepütz Prof. Dr. John Banhart Dr. Francisco García-Moreno

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
Indentation densification of fused silica assessed by raman spectroscopy and constitutive finite element analysis

Sebastian Bruns Dr. Tobias Uesbeck Dr. Sindy Fuhrmann Dr. Mariona Tarragó Aymerich Prof. Dr. Lothar Wondraczek Prof. Dr. Dominique de Ligny Prof. Dr. Karsten Durst

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Inline Process Analytics for high solid content polymer samples using Photon Density Wave spectroscopy

Stephanie Schlappa Dr. Christian Peest Dr. Lena Bressel

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Insights into the synthesis of porous nanoparticles: from sputtering onto liquids to dealloying

Dr. Adrien Chauvin Dr. Anastasiya Sergievskaya Dr. Abdelaziz El Mel Dr. Cinthia Antunes Corrêa Prof. Pierre Yves Tessier Dr. Milan Dopita Dr. Stéphanos Konstantinidis

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
Integrated in-situ solution for automatic material testing in SEM

Dr. Luyang Han Dr. Fang Zhou Benjamin Tordoff

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Interface characterization by experimental and numerical single-fiber push-out test

Benedikt Rohrmüller Prof. Dr. Peter Gumbsch Dr. Jörg Hohe

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Large-scale centrifugal separations of nanoparticles

Prof. Dr. Alexander Wittemann Dr. Claudia Simone Plüisch Rouven Stuckert

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
Mechanical in-situ CT studies combined with digital volume correlation on lattice structures manufactured by selective laser melting

Dr.-Ing. Pascal Pinter Lukas Englert Dr. Stefan Dietrich

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Microstructural and surface properties of mechanically dispersed cellulose nano fiber aqueous sol

Dr. Chika Takai-Yamashita Yuya Mabuchi Prof. Dr. Mamoru Senna Prof. Dr. Yutaka Ohya Prof. Dr. Masayoshi Fuji

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Microstructural characterization of surface morphology on metastable austenitic stainless steel AISI 347 after different surface modification methods

Tong Zhu Dr. Marek Smaga Prof. Dr. Tilmann Beck

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Modelling of copper particle – copper wall collision at high velocities

Giedrius Jocbalis Prof. Rimantas Kačianauskas

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
Multi-scale microstructure characterization on inert supported solid oxide fuel cells

Florian Wankmüller Niklas Russner Dr. André Weber Dr. Matthias Meffert Johannes Schmieg Dr. Heike Störmer Dr. Piero Lupetin Prof. Dr. Dagmar Gerthsen Prof. Dr. Ellen Ivers-Tiffée

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
New insights into the structure of expanded austenite

Dr. Stephan Mändl Patrick Schlenz Dr. Jürgen W. Gerlach Dr. Darina Manova

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
New ultra-high temperature nanoindentation system for operating at up to 1100 °C

Christian Minnert Dr. Warren C. Oliver Prof. Dr. Karsten Durst

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
Nitrogen marker experiments in austenitic stainless steel for identification of trapping/detrapping processes

Dipl.-Ing. Patrick Schlenz Dr. Stephan Mändl Dr. Darina Manova

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
Novel micro-scale specimens for mode-dependent fracture testing of brittle materials: A case study on GaAs single crystals

Dr. Johannes Ast Dr. Jakob Schwiedrzik Dr. Nadia Rohbeck Dr. Xavier Maeder Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture C02: Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Materials Science
Observing the atomic structure of high angle [111] tilt grain boundaries in Al

Saba Ahmad Dr. Christian H. Liebscher Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dehm

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
On the role of surfaces and interfaces in dislocation nucleation-controlled plasticity of nano-objects: comparison of in-situ experiments with atomistic simulations

Prof. Dr. Erik Bitzek Zhuocheng Xie Prof. Dr. Erdmann Spiecker Dr. Thomas Przybilla Prof. Dr. Daniel S. Gianola

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Quantitative Characterization of Mixing in Multicomponent Nanoparticle Aggregates

Prof. Dr. Lutz Mädler Dr. Valentin Baric Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Koch

Lecture C09: The laboratory inside the microscope: in situ/operando TEM of dynamic processes in nanoscale materials and devices for applications
Revealing domain configuration evolution at the phase transition of NaNbO3 lead-free antiferroelectric ceramics by in-situ transmission electron microscopy

Hui Ding Mao-Hua Zhang Dr. Jurij Koruza Prof. Hans-Joachim kleebe Prof. Leopoldo Molina-Luna

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
Robustness test of transmission electron microscope evacuation system to gas leak and toughness test of window for environmental cell sample holder for in-situ gas environmental experiments

Dr. Kei-ichi Fukunaga Dr. Ichiro Ohnishi Dr. Takeo Sasaki Toshihiro Suzuki Yukihito Kondo Dr. Xing Huang Dr. Marc Willinger

Lecture C10: Tomographic and Radiographic Imaging with Synchrotron X-rays and Neutrons: Exploiting Contrast and Time
Segmentation of 3D and 4D synchrotron tomography using deep convolutional neural networks

Tobias Strohmann Eric Breitbarth Katrin Bugelnig Fabian Wilde Thomas Steffens Holger Germann Julie Villanova Kenneth Silva Reyes Pere Barriobero-Vila Guillermo Requena

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Size Distribution and Chemical Composition Determination of Ti/NbCN Nanoparticles Extracted from Microalloyed Steels

Louis Weber Dr. Andreas Hegetschweiler Dr. Olga Borovinskaya Dr. Thorsten Staudt Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C07: Orientation Image Microscopy: The Evolution. EBSD, TKD, PED-TEM, ECCI + Correlation with APT
Strain and phase analysis of magnetic nanocrystals in GaδFeN/Al(x)Ga(1-x)N heterostructures

Tia Truglas Viola Bauernfeind Dr. Werner Ginzinger Margherita Matzer Prof. Dr. Andreas Ney Prof. Dr. Alberta Bonanni Dr. Andrea Navarro-Quezada Dr. Heiko Groiss

Lecture C02: Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Materials Science
Strain-Driven Metal-to-Insulator Transition and Charge Ordering in a Geometrically Frustrated Spinel Oxide LiV2O4

Yu-Mi Wu Ulrike Niemann Dr. Yi Wang Dr. Y. Eren Suyolcu Dr. Minu Kim Prof. Dr. Hidenori Takagi Prof. Dr. Peter A. van Aken

Lecture C02: Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Materials Science
Structural complexity of the intermetallic compound o-Co4Al13

Iryna Zelenina Paul Simon Reiner Ramlau Wilder Carrillo-Cabrera Ulrich Burkhardt Horst Borrmann Raul Cardoso Gil Michael Feuerbacher Peter Gille Yuri Grin

Lecture C08: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment
The Effect of Crystal Anisotropy and Aziumuthal Indenter Orientation on the Indentation Hardness and Modulus of Single Crystlal Aluminum

Pavel Filippov Prof. Dr. Ursula Koch

Lecture C04: In situ characterization/testing
The Swedish high-energy materials science beamline at PETRA III: multi-modal in situ characterization

Dr. Ulrich Lienert Dr. Zoltan Hegedüs Dr. Malte Blankenburg Dr. Johan Hektor Dr. Thomas Bäcker Sven Gutschmidt

Poster C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
The effect of heat-treatment on micro structure and texture evolution in Ti-6Al-4V alloy and its effect on room temperature tensile properties and deformation mechanism

Shubhashis Dixit Dr. Amit Bhattacharjee Prof. Shanmugam Sankaran

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
The role of molecular shell structure and core size in the colloidal stability of non-polar metal nanoparticles

Dr. Björn Kuttich Thomas Kister Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C09: The laboratory inside the microscope: in situ/operando TEM of dynamic processes in nanoscale materials and devices for applications
Watching a thin film crystallize: Microstructure Evolution in HfO2 Based Memristive Devices

Robert Eilhardt Alexander Zintler Oscar Recalde Despoina Nasiou Dr. Stefan Petzold Prof. Dr. Lambert Alff Prof. Dr. Leopoldo Molina-Luna

Lecture C10: Tomographic and Radiographic Imaging with Synchrotron X-rays and Neutrons: Exploiting Contrast and Time
X-Ray Tomoscopy: Time-resolved imaging of dynamic processes in materials

Dr.-Ing. Paul H. Kamm Dr. Tillmann R. Neu Dr. Mareike Wegener Nadine von der Eltz Dr. Christian M. Schlepütz Prof. Dr. John Banhart Dr. Francisco García-Moreno

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