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Research Groups

Current Research Projects

The focus of our research at the LfK is on the development of novel crystallographic techniques and methodologies, and the application of these methods to materials of non-biological origin (structure analysis of biological macromolecules is covered by the Institute for Molecular Biology and Biophysics). Our current research projects are listed below by research group. For further details, click on the picture or use the navigation bar on the left.

Quasicrystals

quasicryst
High-entropy alloys (HEA) and the coloring problem
Swiss National Science Foundation (Oct 2012 - Sep 2014)

Disorder and Diffuse Scattering

diffscat
Structure elucidation of disordered crystals: further development of the ZODS program, new disorder modeling strategies and application to materials
Swiss National Science Foundation (Aug 2013 - Jul 2016)

Development of the color Laue method for PILATUS detectors
Dectris (Dec 2012 - Nov 2015)

Powder Diffraction / Zeolites

zeolite
Development of structure determination methodology for polycrystalline materials using powder diffraction in combination with other techniques
Swiss National Science Foundation (Nov 2013 - Oct 2015)

Developing microcrystal diffraction methodology for the characterization of zeolite structures
Chevron Energy Technology Company (Jan 2012 - Dec 2015)

Developing advanced microcrystal diffraction methodologies
Swiss National Science Foundation (Apr 2013 - Mar 2015)

Industry Solutions

solstatechem
Light trapping enhanced mesoscopic solar-cells
Swiss National Science Foundation (Nov 2012 - Oct 2015)
 

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