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SCHOEDER Sebastian

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Physicist — SOLEIL scientist — Beamline responsible of PUMA

Synchrotron SOLEIL
BP 48 St Aubin
F-91192 Gif Sur Yvette (France)

+ 33 1 69 35 81 93
sebastian.schoeder@synchrotron-soleil.fr

Research areas

- Managing the construction of the PUMA beamline.
- Methodological research for X-ray micro beam experiments.
- Investigations into the effects of radiation damage.

Current research

I am currently managing the construction of PUMA beamline.

Research background

I studied physics at the University of Stuttgart. The topic of my phd thesis was the investigation of the interface melting of ice with high energy X-rays. The thesis was organized by the University of Stuttgart, the Max Planck Institute for metal research and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF). I continued my research with a post-doc position at the ESRF in which I studied the structure of macromolecules in arthropodes. In 2010 I was hired by SOLEIL as beamline responsible for the PUMA beamline.

Other research topics that I investigated include the formation processes of hydrates, impurities in antarctic ice cores and structural investigations of biomacromolecules.

Bibliography

Peer-reviewed publications

[1] L. Bertrand, L. Robinet, M. Thoury, K. Janssens, S.X. Cohen, and S. Schöder, Cultural heritage and archaeology materials studied by synchrotron spectroscopy and imaging, Applied Physics A. 106 (2012) 377-396.

[2] M. Dubslaff, M. Hanke, J. Patommel, R. Hoppe, C.G. Schroer, S. Schöder, and M. Burghammer, Scanning X-ray nanodiffraction : from the experimental approach towards spatially resolved scattering simulations, Nanoscale Res Lett. 7 (2012) 553.

[3] D. Chrastina, G.M. Vanacore, M. Bollani, P. Boye, S. Schöder, M. Burghammer, et al., Patterning-induced strain relief in single lithographic SiGe nanostructures studied by nanobeam x-ray diffraction, Nanotechnology. 23 (2012) 155702.

[4] L. Bertrand, M. Cotte, M. Stampanoni, M. Thoury, F. Marone, and S. Schöder, Development and trends in synchrotron studies of ancient and historical materials, Physics Reports. 519 (2012) 51-96.

[5] J. Keckes, M. Bartosik, R. Daniel, C. Mitterer, G. Maier, W. Ecker, et al., X-ray nanodiffraction reveals strain and microstructure evolution in nanocrystalline thin films, Scripta Materialia. 67 (2012) 748-751.

[6] S. Santucci, D. Cojoc, H. Amenitsch, B. Marmiroli, B. Sartori, M. Burghammer, et al., Optical Tweezers for Synchrotron Radiation Probing of Trapped Biological and Soft Matter Objects in Aqueous Environments, Analytical Chemistry. 83 (2011) 4863-4870.

[7] M. Dubslaff, M. Hanke, M. Burghammer, S. Schöder, R. Hoppe, C.G. Schroer, et al., In(Ga)As/GaAs(001) quantum dot molecules probed by nanofocus high resolution x-ray diffraction with 100 nm resolution, Applied Physics Letters. 98 (2011) 213105.

[8] F. Venturini, S. Schöder, W.F. Kuhs, V. Honkimäki, L. Melesi, H. Reichert, et al., A large-volume gas cell for high-energy X-ray reflectivity investigations of interfaces under pressure, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 18 (2011) 1-6.

[9] L. Bertrand, M.- Languille, S.X. Cohen, L. Robinet, C. Gervais, S. Leroy, et al., European research platform IPANEMA at the SOLEIL synchrotron for ancient and historical materials, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 18 (2011) 1-8.

[10] S. Hönig, R. Hoppe, J. Patommel, A. Schropp, S. Stephan, S. Schöder, et al., Full optical characterization of coherent x-ray nanobeams by ptychographic imaging, Optics Express. 19 (2011) 16324-16329.

[11] A. Merlin, J. Angly, L. Daubersies, C. Madeira, S. Schöder, J. Leng, and J.B. Salmon, Time-resolved microfocused small-angle X-ray scattering investigation of the microfluidic concentration of charged nanoparticles, The European Physical Journal E. 34 (2011).

[12] A. Schropp, P. Boye, J.M. Feldkamp, R. Hoppe, J. Patommel, D. Samberg, et al., Hard x-ray nanobeam characterization by coherent diffraction microscopy, Applied Physics Letters. 96 (2010) 091102-.

[13] M. Dubslaff, M. Hanke, S. Schöder, M. Burghammer, T. Boeck, and J. Patommel, X-ray nanodiffraction at individual SiGe/Si(001) dot molecules and its numerical description based on kinematical scattering theory, Applied Physics Letters. 96 (2010) 133107-133107-3.

[14] A. Schropp, P. Boye, A. Goldschmidt, S. Hönig, R. Hoppe, J. Patommel, et al., Non-destructive and quantitative imaging of a nano-structured microchip by ptychographic hard X-ray scanning microscopy, Journal of Microscopy. 241 (2010) 9-12.

[15] C. Riekel, M. Burghammer, R. Davies, E. Di Cola, C. Konig, H.T. Lemke, et al., Raster microdiffraction with synchrotron radiation of hydrated biopolymers with nanometre step-resolution : case study of starch granules, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 17 (2010) 743-750.

[16] C.G. Schroer, P. Boye, J. Feldkamp, J. Patommel, A. Schropp, A. Schwab, et al., Coherent X-Ray Diffraction Imaging with Nanofocused Illumination, Physical Review Letters. 101 (2010) 090801.

[17] M. Mezger, H. Reichert, H. Schröder, J. Okasinski, R. Roth, H. Dosch, et al., X-ray studies of the Density Depletion at Hydrophobic Water-Solid Interfaces, APS Meeting Abstracts. -1 (2009) 37005-.

[18] C. Schroer, P. Boye, J. Feldkamp, J. Patommel, A. Schropp, A. Schwab, et al., Hard X-ray scanning microscopy with fluorescence and diffraction contrast, Journal of Physics : Conference Series. 186 (2009) 012016-.

[19] S. Schöder, H. Reichert, H. Schröder, M. Mezger, J. Okasinski, V. Honkimäki, et al., Radiation-Induced Premelting of Ice at Silica Interfaces, Physical Review Letters. 103 (2009).

[20] I. Ramsteiner, O. Shchyglo, M. Mezger, A. Udyansky, V. Bugaev, S. Schöder, et al., Omega-like diffuse X-ray scattering in Ti–V caused by static lattice distortions, Acta Materialia. 56 (2008) 1298-1305.

[21] M. Hanke, M. Dubslaff, M. Schmidbauer, T. Boeck, S. Schöder, M. Burghammer, et al., Scanning x-ray diffraction with 200 nm spatial resolution, Applied Physics Letters. 92 (2008) 193109-193109-3.

[22] F. Renner, H. Kageyama, Z. Siroma, M. Shikano, S. Schöder, Y. Gründer, and O. Sakata, Gold model anodes for Li-ion batteries : Single crystalline systems studied by in situ X-ray diffraction, Electrochimica Acta. 53 (2008) 6064-6069.

[23] P. Nolte, A. Stierle, N. Kasper, N. Jin-Phillipp, H. Reichert, A. Rühm, et al., Combinatorial high-energy x-ray microbeam study of the size-dependent oxidation of Pd nanoparticles on MgO(100), Physical Review B. 77 (2008).

[24] M. Mezger, H. Schröder, H. Reichert, S. Schramm, J.S. Okasinski, S. Schöder, et al., Molecular Layering of Fluorinated Ionic Liquids at a Charged Sapphire (0001) Surface, Science. 322 (2008) 424-428.

[25] M. Mezger, S. Schöder, H. Reichert, H. Schröder, J. Okasinski, V. Honkimäki, et al., Water and ice in contact with octadecyl-trichlorosilane functionalized surfaces : A high resolution x-ray reflectivity study, The Journal of Chemical Physics. 128 (2008) 244705-.

[26] M. Mezger, H. Reichert, S. Schöder, J. Okasinski, H. Schröder, H. Dosch, et al., High-resolution in situ x-ray study of the hydrophobic gap at the water-octadecyl-trichlorosilane interface, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103 (2006) 18401-18404.


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