ForschungTopical Groups
Electron Microscopy

Electron Microscopy


  • Coordinate TEM characterization capabilities at LUH, PTB and TUBS
  • Develop scalable methods for structure determination of nanostructures in 1, 2, and 3 dimensions
  • Calibrate nanometric lengths
  • Perform TEM measurements of quantum dots


  • Dual beam focussed ion beam (FIB)
  • Scanning Electron Microscope
  • Ion and electron detectors
  • Transmission electron microscope
Involved QF Members
Members Institution Relevant Expertise
Markus Etzkorn, LeaderTUBSAdvancing TEM characterization
Daesung ParkPTBAdvancing TEM characterization
Fritz Schulze-WischelerLUHAdvancing TEM characterization
Andreas HangleiterTUBSDeterministic Quantum Dots
Tobias VossTUBSMolecular Quantum Emitters on GaN-based devices
Andreas WaagTUBSCoherent Light Field Control; Nanophotonics for Atom and Ion Manipulation; Hybrid integration of GaN LEDs with conductive substrates
Meinhard SchillingTUBSElectronic Quantum Metrology; Optical Voltage Standard - Fast Prototyping and HTS Superconductors
Frank LudwigTUBSCharacterization of and investigation of dynamic magnetic properties of magnetic nanoparticles; Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI)
Harald BossePTBNanometrology
Marc Christopher WurzLUHDevelopment of compact vacuum pumps, pressure measurement devices and miniaturized Rb sources; Atom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Alexander KassnerLUHAtom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Rolf HaugLUHTwo-dimensional materials, Electrical Quantum Effects, Magnetic Quantum Effects
Liu ZheTUBSElectron Microscopy investigations of plasmonic structures
Christoph KünzlerLUHMicro-Mechanic structures