WG Denifl: Inelastic Electron Scattering

Welcome at the homepage of the working group Inelastic Electron Scattering. The working group investigates fundamental questions concerning the interaction of low-energy (<100 eV) electrons with atoms, molecules and clusters. This interaction is highly relevant for the description of biological processes like for example radiation damage of cells and for material sciences, where these processes can play a fundamental role on molecular scales.

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Our group in 2016:

Gruppenfoto Juni 2016

Katharina Fink (Master Student), Anita Ribar (PhD Student), Stephan Denifl (PI), Bea Haslwanter (Master Student), Julia Reitshammer (Master Student), Jusuf Khreis (PhD Student), Michael Neustetter (PhD Student), (Georg) Alexander Holzer (Master Student); not on the picture Rebecca Meissner (PhD Student).