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History

The Surface Concept GmbH was founded in 2005 based on a spin-off from the Physics Institute at the University of Mainz. The company bundles strong skills of experienced physicists working on delay line detector developments for more than 12 years, on analytical electron microscopy for more than 15 years, and the key developers have about 20 years experience in the field of electron spectroscopy methods, particularly under ultra-high vacuum conditions. Today, Surface Concept designs, produces, and delivers between 20 and 30 highly sophisticated photon and particle detectors each year.

Partners

We are development partners of several research groups, affiliated to Universities, to the Max-Planck society, to the Helmholtz society, and to synchrotron facilities. Surface Concept is a member of the Network Of Competence, a cooperation of four manufacturers producing systems and components for surface science (Specs, Createc, Bestec and Surface Concept). We cooperate tightly with LaVision Biotec, mainly in the field of time-resolving photon detection, and with Focus GmbH for applications of time resolved electron detection in photoemission electron microscopy.

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Technology

Delay line detectors - Principle of operation

Roadmap to gigahertz detection

Most Recent Publications

K. Müller-Caspary, A. Oelsner P. Potapov;
'Two-dimensional strain mapping in semiconductors by nano-beam electron diffraction employing a delay-line detector'
Applied Physics Letters, 2015, 107(7), pp. 072110, DOI

X. Cui, C. Wang, A. Argondizzo, S. Garrett-Roe, B. Gumhalter, and H. Petek;
'Transient excitons at metal surfaces'
Nature Physics, 2014, 10, pp. 505-509, DOI

A. Beni, N. Ott, M. Pawelkiewicz, M. Wardé, K. Young, B. Bauer, P. Rajput, B. Detlefs, J. Zegenhagen, R. McGrath, M.-G. Barthés-Labrousse, L.P.H. Jeurgens, and P. Schmutz;
'Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (HAXPES) characterisation of electrochemical passivation oxide layers on Al–Cr–Fe complex metallic alloys (CMAs)'
Electrochemistry Communications, 2014, 46, pp. 13-17, DOI

M. Huth, C.-T. Chiang, A. Trützschler, F.O. Schumann, J. Kirschner, and W. Widdra;
'Electron pair emission detected by time-of-flight spectrometers: Recent progress'
Appl. Phys. Lett., 2013, 104(6), pp. 061602, DOI

C. Aruta, C. Schlueter, T.-L. Lee, D. Di Castro, D. Innocenti, A. Tebano, J. Zegenhagen, and G. Balestrino;
'Interface reconstruction in superconducting CaCuO2/SrTiO3 superlattices: A hard x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study'
Physical Review B, 2013, 87, 155145, DOI

A. Iturrondobeitia, A. Goñi, L. Lezama, C. Kim, M. Doeff, J. Cabanabc, and Teófilo Rojo;
'Effect of Si(iv) substitution on electrochemical, magnetic and spectroscopic performance of nanosized LiMn2-xSixO4'
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2013, 1, 10857, DOI

P. Dziawa, B. J. Kowalski, K. Dybko, R. Buczko, A. Szczerbakow, M. Szot, E. Łusakowska, T. Balasubramanian, B. M. Wojek, M. H. Berntsen, O. Tjernberg & T. Story
'Topological crystalline insulator states in Pb1−xSnxSe'
Nature Materials, 2012, 11, 1023–1027, DOI

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