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A. Stierle and A. Molenbroek Novel in-situ techniques for nano catalysis MRS Bulletin Vol. 32 1001-1050 (2007)

Novel in-situ techniques for nano catalysis (Dec. 2007)

A. Stierle and A. Molenbroek
Novel in-situ techniques for nano catalysis
MRS Bulletin Vol. 32 1001-1050 (2007)
E. Barrena, D.G. de Oteyza, H. Dosch, Y. Wakayama 2D Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Binary Organic Monolayers ChemPhysChem 8, 1915-1918 (2007)

2D Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Binary Organic Monolayers (Sept. 2007)

E. Barrena, D.G. de Oteyza, H. Dosch, Y. Wakayama
2D Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Binary Organic Monolayers
ChemPhysChem 8, 1915-1918 (2007)
Sebastian Schöder, PhD student at MPI-MF, wins poster price at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility ESRF in Grenoble. Schöder investigates in his PhD work the behaviour of ice at solid interfaces, using the highly brilliant X-ray radiation provided by the ESRF.

Sebastian Schöder wins poster price at ESRF Students' Day (Oct 27, 2006)

Sebastian Schöder, PhD student at MPI-MF, wins poster price at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility ESRF in Grenoble. Schöder investigates in his PhD work the behaviour of ice at solid interfaces, using the highly brilliant X-ray radiation provided by the ESRF.
ESRF experiments unveil a protective surface layer that hinders corrosion of a metal alloy.

The Nanoworld of Corrosion (Feb 9, 2006)

ESRF experiments unveil a protective surface layer that hinders corrosion of a metal alloy.
The MPI has built a new surface and interface diffraction endstation at the ESRF. Read the ESRF Newsletter article about this instrument. ESRF Newsletter No. 41, 15 (2005)

MPI builds a unique spectrometer (Oct 13, 2005)

The MPI has built a new surface and interface diffraction endstation at the ESRF.

Read the ESRF Newsletter article about this instrument.
ESRF Newsletter No. 41, 15 (2005)
The first neutron reflectivity measurement has been completed at the new X-ray/neutron reflectometer N-REX+ at FRM-II. View the first N-REX+ neutron reflectivity data (http://www.is.mpg.de/LDMM/N-REX). Read the Max-Planck press release.

First neutron reflectivity measurement at N-REX+ (Sep 8, 2005)

The first neutron reflectivity measurement has been completed at the new X-ray/neutron reflectometer N-REX+ at FRM-II.

View the first N-REX+ neutron reflectivity data (http://www.is.mpg.de/LDMM/N-REX).

Read the Max-Planck press release.
Using Synchrotron X-ray microbeams, a research team from the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart and the ESRF has been able to observe for the first time that the microscopic structure of a crystalline material fluctuates in time.

Fluctuations of crystalline material observed with X-ray microbeam (April 22, 2005)

Using Synchrotron X-ray microbeams, a research team from the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart and the ESRF has been able to observe for the first time that the microscopic structure of a crystalline material fluctuates in time.

GENNESYS (March 30, 2003)

Over the last few years, the whole world has been awakened to the potential of nanoscience and nanotechnology to profoundly change the way we live. This "revolution" is not only the concern of scientists and engineers, but is also having a real impact on many sectors of industry, including electronics, telecommunications, chemicals, transport, energy, and the environment, to name a few.
11 - 12 November 2004, in StuttgartThe European Neutron-Muon Portal (http://gennesys.neutron-eu.net) requires a password.

GENNESYS meeting

11 - 12 November 2004, in Stuttgart

The European Neutron-Muon Portal (http://gennesys.neutron-eu.net) requires a password.
The European Commission has agreed on the funding of the project NanO2, Oxidation of Nanomaterials.The project, a so-called STRP, started on 1.1.2004. Its main goal is the understanding of the oxidation behavior of matter in reduced dimensions under ambient conditions and at elevated temperatures. It involves the collaboration of 10 European research laboratories. Further information at the NanO2 webpage, containing information about the objectives of the project, the participants and recent developments.

The NanO2 project (February 4, 2004)

The European Commission has agreed on the funding of the project

NanO2, Oxidation of Nanomaterials.

The project, a so-called STRP, started on 1.1.2004. Its main goal is the understanding of the oxidation behavior of matter in reduced dimensions under ambient conditions and at elevated temperatures. It involves the collaboration of 10 European research laboratories. Further information at the NanO2 webpage, containing information about the objectives of the project, the participants and recent developments.
 
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