# Publications database

 2016-12-0714:28 [FZJ-2016-07194] Conference Presentation (Other) et al Carbonyl Sulfide (OCS) in the stratosphere 2nd Workshop on: Stratospheric Sulfur and its Role in Climate, Meeting locationPotsdam, Germany, 25 Apr 2016 - 28 Apr 2016 (2016) 2016-12-0714:25 [FZJ-2016-07193] Conference Presentation (Invited) et al Alternative transport fuels and their production using surplus electricity, water and CO2 AIChE Annual Meeting 2016, Meeting locationSan Francisco, USA, 13 Nov 2016 - 18 Nov 2016 (2016) 2016-12-0714:21 [FZJ-2016-07192] Conference Presentation (Invited) et al Advances in autothermal reformer development AIChE Annual Meeting 2016, Meeting locationSan Francisco, USA, 13 Nov 2016 - 18 Nov 2016 (2016) 2016-12-0713:31 [FZJ-2016-07188] Talk (non-conference) (Invited) Oldiges, M. Digitalisierung in der Biotechnologie Strategietreffen der Lenkungskreise von DECHEMA-Biotechnologie und ProcessNet, Meeting locationFrankfurt, Germany, 29 Nov 2016 - 29 Nov 2016 (2016) 2016-12-0713:27 [FZJ-2016-07187] Journal Article et al Tracking the subsurface path of dislocations in GaN using scanning tunneling microscopy Journal of applied physics 118(3), 035302 - (2015) [10.1063/1.4926789]   A methodology for the determination of the subsurface line direction of dislocations using scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) images is presented. The depth of the dislocation core is derived from an analysis of the displacement field measured by STM. [...] Fulltext: PDF PDF (PDFA); 2016-12-0712:38 [FZJ-2016-07181] Journal Article et al Formation mechanism of Ruddlesden-Popper-type antiphase boundaries during the kinetically limited growth of Sr rich SrTiO$_{3}$ thin films Scientific reports 6, 38296 - (2016) [10.1038/srep38296]   We elucidated the formation process for Ruddlesden-Popper-type defects during pulsed laser deposition of Sr rich SrTiO3 thin films by a combined analysis of in-situ atomic force microscopy, low energy electron diffraction and high resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy. At the early growth stage of 1.5 unit cells, the excess Sr results in the formation of SrO on the surface, resulting in a local termination change from TiO2 to SrO, thereby forming a Sr rich (2 × 2) surface reconstruction. [...] OpenAccess: PDF PDF (PDFA); 2016-12-0712:15 [FZJ-2016-07180] Master Thesis Burmeister, A. Microfluidic heterogeneity analysis of fluorescence-based gene expression of Bacillus strains on single-cell level 73 p. (2016) 2016-12-0711:59 [FZJ-2016-07179] Journal Article et al Simulation of the effect of the porous support on flux through an asymmetric oxygen transport membrane Journal of membrane science 524, 334 - 343 (2017) [10.1016/j.memsci.2016.10.037]   Asymmetric membranes provide a low ionic resistance of the functional separation layer together with a high mechanical stability. However, the microstructure of the porous support in the membrane assembly affects the overall flux significantly. [...] Fulltext: PDF PDF (PDFA); 2016-12-0710:03 [FZJ-2016-07172] Journal Article et al Dielectric spectroscopy of ionic microgel suspensions Soft matter 12(48), 9705 - 9727 (2016) [10.1039/C6SM01683A]   The determination of the net charge and size of microgel particles as a function of their concentration, as well as the degree of association of ions to the microgel backbone, has been pursued in earlier studies mainly by scattering and rheology. These methods suffer from contributions due to inter-particle interactions that interfere with the characterization of single-particle properties. [...] Fulltext: PDF PDF (PDFA); 2016-12-0620:27 [FZJ-2016-07171] Journal Article et al Imaging photocurrent collection losses in solar cells Applied physics letters 109(22), 223502 (2016) [10.1063/1.4971266]   A method is proposed that enables the imaging of the photocurrent collected by a solar cell under arbitrary operating conditions. The method uses a series of luminescence images under varying illumination to derive the total photocurrent collection efficiency at a given voltage bias. [...] Fulltext: PDF PDF (PDFA);