Prof. Dr. Martin Müller

 

Strukturforschung an Neuen Werkstoffen
Institut für Werkstoffforschung, Werkstoffphysik
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht

Max-Planck-Str. 1
21502 Geesthacht

Festkörperphysik
Institut für Experimentelle und Angewandte Physik
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Leibnitzstr. 19
24118 Kiel

Tel: +49 4152/87-1268
martin.mueller@hzg.de
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Tel: +49 431/880-3860
mmueller@physik.uni-kiel.de
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THEMEN

Strukturelle Charakterisierung von Werkstoffen z.B. Untersuchung von Laser- und Reibrührschweißnähten in Leichtmetallen, Analyse von Metallhydriden zur reversiblen Speicherung von Wasserstoff

Entwicklung und Charakterisierung von magnetischen Materialien

Charakterisierung der Struktur von Leichtmetallhydriden oder Reaktiven Hydridkompositen

TECHNIKEN UND APPARATIVE AUSSTATTUNG

TOF-Reflektometer und GISANS -Instrument REFSANS

Eigenspannungs- und Texturdiffraktometer STRESS-SPEC (Kooperation mit der TU München und der TU Clausthal), bei dem HZG seine Textur-Kompetenz einbringt

Kleinwinkelinstrument SANS-1 (Kooperation mit der TU München)

Hoch-Energie Werkstoffforschungs-Beamline HEMS (engl.: High Energy Materials Science), an der Diffraktions- und Tomographie-Experimente bei hohen Energien durchgeführt werden

Imaging Beamline IBL, die für tomographische Untersuchungen (Mikro- und Nanotomographie) optimiert ist

Kleinwinkelstreuungs-Beamline BioSAXS mit einem Fokus auf Biologie/weiche Materie (Kooperation mit EMBL (engl.: European Molecular Biology Laboratory))

Nanofokus Endstation an der DESY-Beamline P03, spezialisiert auf Raster-Röntgen-Nanodiffraktions-Experimente (Kooperation mit der CAU Kiel)

HARWI II-Beamline am Speicherring DORIS-III war optimiert für Textur-, Eigenspannungs- und Tomographie-Messungen an Werkstoffen mit hochenergetischer Röntgenstrahlung von einem Wiggler. Die Beamline wird als HARWI III im Rahmen der PETRA III Erweiterung wieder aufgebaut.

GEMS - Nutzerplattform des Helmholtz-Zentrums Geesthacht für Neutronen- und Synchrotronstrahlungs-Messungen

AKTUELLE PROJEKTE

– MLZ@FRMII:  Kooperation zwischen der Technischen Universität München (TUM) und den Helmholtz-Zentren FZJ und HZG am FRM II

– ESS/BEER

– Science Link

– NMI3 II

– VI NRMM

– MetBioMat

– SFB 986

– SFB 677

– RAC X-Cut

– RAC Joint

– MagnIM

– PIK-GGBase

– Energiespeicherinitiative

– Detektortechnologie und Systemplattformen

– Technolgie und Medizin

AKTUELLE PUBLIKATIONEN (SCOPUS)

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Rouijaa, M., Kampmann, R., Šaroun, J., Fenske, J., Beran, P., Müller, M., Lukáš, P., Schreyer, A.: Beam modulation: A novel ToF-technique for high resolution diffraction at the Beamline for European Materials Engineering Research (BEER). (2018) Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 889, pp. 7-15.

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Wagner, J.A., Patil, S.P., Greving, I., Lämmel, M., Gkagkas, K., Seydel, T., Müller, M., Markert, B., Gräter, F.: Stress-induced long-range ordering in spider silk. (2017) Scientific Reports, 7 (1), art. no. 15273, .

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Hrkac, S.B., Koops, C.T., Abes, M., Krywka, C., Müller, M., Burghammer, M., Sztucki, M., Dane, T., Kaps, S., Mishra, Y.K., Adelung, R., Schmalz, J., Gerken, M., Lage, E., Kirchhof, C., Quandt, E., Magnussen, O.M., Murphy, B.M.: Tunable Strain in Magnetoelectric ZnO Microrod Composite Interfaces. (2017) ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 9 (30), pp. 25571-25577.

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Greving, I., Ogurreck, M., Marschall, F., Last, A., Wilde, F., Dose, T., Burmester, H., Lottermoser, L., Müller, M., David, C., Beckmann, F.: Nanotomography endstation at the P05 beamline: Status and perspectives. (2017) Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 849 (1), art. no. 012056, .

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Wang, K., Hartig, C., Blankenburg, M., Müller, M., Günther, R., Weissmüller, J.: Local flow stresses in interpenetrating-phase composites based on nanoporous gold — In situ diffraction. (2017) Scripta Materialia, 127, pp. 151-155.

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Liu, J., Staron, P., Riekehr, S., Stark, A., Schell, N., Huber, N., Schreyer, A., Müller, M., Kashaev, N.: Phase Transformations During Solidification of a Laser-Beam-Welded TiAl Alloy—An In Situ Synchrotron Study. (2016) Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science, 47 (12), pp. 5761-5770.

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Liu, J., Staron, P., Riekehr, S., Stark, A., Schell, N., Huber, N., Schreyer, A., Müller, M., Kashaev, N.: Phase Transformation and Residual Stress in a Laser Beam Spot-Welded TiAl-Based Alloy. (2016) Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science, 47 (12), pp. 5750-5760.

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Ogurreck, M., Do Rosario, J.J., Leib, E.W., Laipple, D., Greving, I., Marschall, F., Last, A., Schneider, G.A., Vossmeyer, T., Weller, H., Beckmann, F., Müller, M.: Determination of the packing fraction in photonic glass using synchrotron radiation nanotomography. (2016) Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 23 (6), pp. 1440-1446.

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Krasnov, I., Seydel, T., Greving, I., Blankenburg, M., Vollrath, F., Müller, M.: Strain-dependent fractional molecular diffusion in humid spider silk fibres. (2016) Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13 (122), art. no. 0506.

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Leib, E.W., Pasquarelli, R.M., Blankenburg, M., Müller, M., Schreyer, A., Janssen, R., Weller, H., Vossmeyer, T.: High-Temperature Stable Zirconia Particles Doped with Yttrium, Lanthanum, and Gadolinium. (2016) Particle and Particle Systems Characterization, 33 (9), pp. 645-655.

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Krywka, C., Last, A., Marschall, F., Márkus, O., Georgi, S., Müller, M., Mohr, J.: Polymer compound refractive lenses for hard X-ray nanofocusing. (2016) AIP Conference Proceedings, 1764, art. no. 020001.

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Wilde, F., Ogurreck, M., Greving, I., Hammel, J.U., Beckmann, F., Hipp, A., Lottermoser, L., Khokhriakov, I., Lytaev, P., Dose, T., Burmester, H., Müller, M., Schreyer, A.: Micro-CT at the imaging beamline P05 at PETRA III. (2016) AIP Conference Proceedings, 1741, art. no. 030035.

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Maawad, E., Gan, W., Hofmann, M., Ventzke, V., Riekehr, S., Brokmeier, H.-G., Kashaev, N., Müller, M.: Influence of crystallographic texture on the microstructure, tensile properties and residual stress state of laser-welded titanium joints. (2016) Materials and Design, 101, pp. 137-145.

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Zeilinger, A., Todt, J., Krywka, C., Müller, M., Ecker, W., Sartory, B., Meindlhumer, M., Stefenelli, M., Daniel, R., Mitterer, C., Keckes, J.: In-situ Observation of Cross-Sectional Microstructural Changes and Stress Distributions in Fracturing TiN Thin Film during Nanoindentation. (2016) Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 22670.

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Tolnai, D., Staron, P., Staeck, A., Eckerlebe, H., Schell, N., Müller, M., Gröbner, J.: In situ synchrotron radiation diffraction of the solidification of Mg-Dy(-Zr) alloys. (2016) Magnesium Technology, 2016-January, pp. 17-21.

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Schnoor, T.I.W., Vainio, U., Shao, L.-H., Lilleodden, E.T., Müller, M., Schreyer, A., Schulte, K., Fiedler, B.: Nanostructured MWCNT/Polypyrrole Actuators with Anisotropic Strain Response. (2016) Advanced Engineering Materials, 18 (4), pp. 597-607.

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Krekiehn, N.R., Müller, M., Jung, U., Ulrich, S., Herges, R., Magnussen, O.M.: UV/Vis Spectroscopy Studies of the Photoisomerization Kinetics in Self-Assembled Azobenzene-Containing Adlayers. (2015) Langmuir, 31 (30), pp. 8362-8370.

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Behr, S., Vainio, U., Müller, M., Schreyer, A., Schneider, G.A.: Large-scale parallel alignment of platelet-shaped particles through gravitational sedimentation. (2015) Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 9984, .

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Krasnov, I., Seydel, T., Müller, M.: Fractional dynamics in silk: From molecular picosecond subdiffusion to macroscopic long-time relaxation. (2015) Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 91 (4), art. no. 042716, .

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Krasnov, I., Krekiehn, N.R., Krywka, C., Jung, U., Zillohu, A.U., Strunskus, T., Elbahri, M., Magnussen, O.M., Müller, M.: Optically switchable natural silk. (2015) Applied Physics Letters, 106 (9), art. no. 093702, .

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Storm, S., Ogurreck, M., Laipple, D., Krywka, C., Burghammer, M., Di Cola, E., Müller, M.: On radiation damage in FIB-prepared softwood samples measured by scanning X-ray diffraction. (2015) Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 22 (2), pp. 267-272.

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Krywka, C., Krasnov, I., Figuli, R., Burghammer, M., Müller, M.: Determination of silkworm silk fibroin compressibility using high hydrostatic pressure with in situ X-ray microdiffraction. (2014) Macromolecules, 47 (20), pp. 7187-7193.

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Vainio, U., Schnoor, T.I.W., Koyiloth Vayalil, S., Schulte, K., Müller, M., Lilleodden, E.T.: Orientation distribution of vertically aligned multiwalled carbon nanotubes. (2014) Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118 (18), pp. 9507-9513.

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Schell, N., King, A., Beckmann, F., Fischer, T., Müller, M., Schreyer, A.: The high energy materials science beamline (HEMS) at PETRA III. (2014) Materials Science Forum, 772, pp. 57-61.

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Staron, P., Fischer, T., Eims, E.-H., Frömbgen, S., Schell, N., Daneshpour, S., Martins, R.V., Müller, M., Schreyer, A.: Depth-resolved residual stress analysis with conical slits for high-energy X-rays. (2014) Materials Science Forum, 772, pp. 3-7.

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Greving, I., Wilde, F., Ogurreck, M., Herzen, J., Hammel, J.U., Hipp, A., Friedrich, F., Lottermoser, L., Dose, T., Burmester, H., Müller, M., Beckmann, F.: P05 imaging beamline at petra III - First results. (2014) Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 9212, art. no. 92120O.

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Krywka, C., Brix, M., Müller, M.: A tunable wedge-shaped absorber for hard X-ray synchrotron applications. (2014) Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 21 (4), pp. 811-814.

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Riedl, A., Daniel, R., Todt, J., Stefenelli, M., Holec, D., Sartory, B., Krywka, C., Müller, M., Mitterer, C., Keckes, J.: A combinatorial X-ray sub-micron diffraction study of microstructure, residual stress and phase stability in TiAlN coatings. (2014) Surface and Coatings Technology, 257, pp. 108-113.

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Staron, P., Fischer, T., Keckes, J., Schratter, S., Hatzenbichler, T., Schell, N., Müller, M., Schreyer, A.: Depth-resolved residual stress analysis with high-energy synchrotron X-rays using a conical slit cell. (2014) Materials Science Forum, 768-769, pp. 72-75.