Stephan Bartling, Ph.D.
Nanoparticles in catalytic environments are the focus of my research activities. For this purpose I have applied several experimental techniques ranging from averaging methods like electron and x-ray diffraction (RHEED, GIXANES, and GISAXS) to single particle experiments, i.e. scanning probe (AFM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The use of standard techniques as well as self-modified setups gains a deeper understanding of the chemical physics insights of nanoparticles under reactive conditions and drives my interest in this field of research. My current activities are focused on the design and construction of a new setup combining plasmonic nanospectroscopy with mass spectrometry from nanofluidic reactors.
January 1985, born in Kühlungsborn, Germany
October 2004 – February 2010: Diploma in Physics, Institute of Physics, University of Rostock
November 2010 – May 2013: Postgraduate scholarship of the country Mecklenburg-Pomerania
April 2010 – October 2015: PhD Student, Institute of Physics, University of Rostock
October 2015 – December 2015: Research Associate, Institute of Physics, University of Rostock
May 2016 – current: Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
phone: +46 31 772 62 94