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MAPEX Core Facility for Materials Analytics

More than a tool box:

We work together to push materials analytics beyond the state of the art in five investigation areas, coupling experimental characterization with materials modelling and simulation.

A click on the logo will lead you to the Instrument Database.

Upcoming Events

Hackathon: Bringing Maritime Navigation Instruments to Life

08-09 October 2022

Seaman’s Gear: a two-day hackathon on October 8 and 9, 2022, aims to breathe new virtual life into historical maritime navigation instruments. The organizers are MAPEX, the German Maritime Museum – Leibniz Institute for Maritime History, and the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.

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Gerendertes historisches Gerät aus der Schifffahrt
Gerenderte historischen Geräte aus der Schifffahrt spielen eine Rolle beim Hackathon am 8. und 9. Oktober.

3D Materials Analytics

We use X-rays to non-destructively inspect the three-dimensional distribution of matter inside the object of investigation.

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XRM picture

Electron Microscopy

We investigate our samples using high-energy electron beams to obtain images with resolution down to the atom scale.

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Momentum resolved STEM

Surface Analytics

We combine microscopic and spectroscopic techniques to monitor processes at materials surfaces.

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vertical Scanning Imaging and superimposed Raman Shift

Spectroscopy

We perform in-situ and real-time chemical, electronic and optical characterization of materials under different conditions, e.g. to identify and map different phases.

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Spectroscopy picture

X-ray Diffraction

We support structure investigations of materials from crystalline nanomaterials to macroscopic single crystals at ambient and non-ambient conditions.

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X-Ray Diffraction

Materials Modeling

We develop and apply computational methods from quantum mechanics to continuum theories to design and understand new materials and processes.

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Nanoparticles

Instrument manager

Dr. Guilherme Dalla Lana Semione

University of Bremen
IW3, Room 2190
Am Biologischen Garten 2
28359 Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218 64573
E-Mail: Instrument Manager

Science manager

Dr. Hanna Lührs

University of Bremen
IW3-Building, Room 2230
Am Biologischen Garten 2
28359 Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218 64580
E-Mail: MAPEX

Scientific coordinator

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lucio Colombi Ciacchi

University of Bremen
TAB-Building, Room 3.30
Am Fallturm 1
28359 Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218 64570
E-Mail: Scientific coordinator

MAPEX-CF is part of the MAPEX Center For Materials and Processes of the University of Bremen.

MAPEX-CF is supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and is listed under the RIsources portal.

Find analytical equipment available in the MAPEX groups using our Instrument Database.

Aktualisiert von: MAPEX