Today, electron microscopy enables astonishing visualizations of matter at the atomic-scale. Such insight is, ultimately, obtained from the electron-wave function exiting the specimen since the electron-wave contains the largest amount of information from the scattering experiment. The electron-waves can be recovered from series of images acquired using a broad electron beam and single-electron-sensitive detector and processed by mathematical reconstruction routines. Your task will be to quantitatively reconstruct, analyze and evaluate electron-wave functions by different reconstruction routes, by images acquired from different single-electron-sensitive detectors and by using energy-filtered images.
Your work will be an important contribution to the ambitious efforts in DTU Physics’s VISION center for visualizing catalyst processes at the atomic-scale. The work will partly be conducted at the unique electron microscopy facility at Haldor Topsoe A/S.
In collaboration withJoerg Jinschek (email@example.com)
Experience with one or more of the following topics will be needed: electron microscopy, image processing, python programming, nanoparticle characterization, solid state physics