Project duration: 01.10.2014 – 30.09.2017
Correlative spatiotemporally resolved diffraction is able to gain fundamental and detailed understanding of the driving forces and processes of defect generation in crystalline materials during growth and processing. The methodology is based on the combination of in situ topography, diffraction laminography and further complementary methods. The evolution of cristals should be studied in dependence of thermal, mechanical, electrical and chemical load. The method will give new insights in materials sciences processes involved in wafer production, CMOS-technology or solar cells.
Key technologies developed in STROBOS-CODE are:
- Algebraic reconstruction methods for 3D diffraction imaging
- Correlation algorithms for topography and diffraction laminography
- High-speed streaming cameras
Further information: http://strobos-code.org.
- STROBOS-CODE – Stroboscopic and correlative diffraction imaging - A N Danilewski, J Becker, T Baumbach, D Hänschke, A Kopmann, V Asadchikov, M Kovalchuk, STROBOS-CODE collaboration, Final report, 2018. ...
- X-ray topo-tomography studies of linear dislocations in silicon single crystals - Asadchikov V. et al., in Journal of Applied Crystallography (2018). ...
- Correlated Three-Dimensional Imaging of Dislocations: Insights into the Onset of Thermal Slip in Semiconductor Wafers - Hanschke D. et al., in Physical Review Letters, 119 (2017), 215504. ...
- Investigation of the luminescence, crystallographic and spatial resolution properties of LSO:Tb scintillating layers used for X-ray imaging applications - Cecilia A. et al., in Radiation Measurements, 62 (2014) 28-34. ...
- Influence of a low-temperature capping on the crystalline structure and morphology of InGaN quantum dot structures - Krause B. et al., in Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 585 (2014) 572-579. ...
- A N Danilewski
Institute of Geo- and Environmental Natural Sciences, Albert-Ludwig-University Freiburg (UFREI)
- M Fiederle
Freiburg Materials Research Center, Albert-Ludwig-University Freiburg (FMF)
- T Baumbach, D Hänschke
Laboratory for Applications of Synchrotron Radiation, KIT (LAS)
- E Hamann
Institute for Photon Science and Synchrotron Radiation, KIT (IPS)
- J Becker
Institute for Information Processing Technologies, KIT (ITIV)
- A Kopmann, M Balzer, M Caselle, S Chilingaryan
Institute for Data Processing and Electronics, KIT (IPE)
- V Asadchikov
Shubnikov Crystallography Institute (SCI)
ContactInstitute of Geo- and Environmental Natural Sciences
Germany Dr. Andreas Danilewsky
P: +49 761 / 203–6450
The project has been funded within the “Joint Declaration on a Strategic Partnership in Education, Research and Innovation” between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Russian Federation.