Press Releases: @ Phys.org – News and Articles on Science and Technology @ Helmholtz Blogs @ Forschungszentrum Jülich Research Highlight Spanning Fermi arcs in a two-dimensional magnet Ying-Jiun Chen, Jan-Philipp Hanke, Markus Hoffmann, Gustav Bihlmayer, Yuriy Mokrousov, Stefan Blügel, Claus M. Schneider & Christian Tusche Nature Communications volume 13, Article number: 5309 (2022) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-32948-z
We congratulate PD Dr. Christian Tusche on the successful completion of his Habilitation and the awarding of his venia legendi in experimental physics from the University of Duisburg-Essen. https://www.uni-due.de/2022-03-habilitationen
Daisy Gogoi has officially joined our group as a graduate student. She will be working on resistive switching processes in magnetic oxides within the framework of SFB917 collaborative research center in Forschungszentrum Jülich.
@ Forschungszentrum Jülich news @ Elettra Highlights 2018-2019 Nonlocal electron correlations in an itinerant ferromagnet. Christian Tusche, Martin Ellguth, Vitaliy Feyer, Alexander Krasyuk, Carsten Wiemann, Jürgen Henk, Claus M. Schneider & Jürgen Kirschner. Nature Communicationsvolume 9, Article number: 3727 (2018)
Dr. Christian Tusche solved the long standing problem of efficient spin- and momentum-resolved photoemission by introducing the concept of spin-resolved momentum microscopy. Using a newly designed instrument, Dr. Tusche pushed this method to a resolution and efficiency that is unsurpassed by conventional ARPES techniques. While this alone represents a major step forward in todays ARPES Read more about Congratulations! Dr. Christian Tusche receives “The Kai Siegbahn Prize 2018”[…]
Review@RRL: H.L. Meyerheim, C. Tusche – physica status solidi (RRL)–Rapid Research Letters, 2018
Xin Liang Tan officially joins the group as a graduate student. His research topic will cover spin-resolved band structure mapping of ultrathin ferromagnetic films.
Kenta Hagiwara officially joins our group as a graduate student. He will be working on spin-resolved momentum microscopy of novel topological materials.
Ying-Jiun joined Momentum Microscopy group as a postdoctoral researcher. She finished her PhD degree at Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics in Halle, Germany.
This international award is granted for an excellent achievement which has contributed significantly to the further development of techniques, methods or uses of synchrotron radiation. The efficiency of spin-resolved electron spectroscopy is increased by up to four orders of magnitude, as a result of Dr. Christian Tusche‘s pioneering work “Imaging Spin-Filters for Spin-Resolving Momentum Microscopy.” @ Read more about Congratulations! Dr. Christian Tusche receives “2016 Innovation Award on Synchrotron Radiation”[…]