News 2018

December 14, 2018, Tassos presents some of the group’s recent findings as a seminar at LANL titled “Advanced electronic and energy materials through coherent scattering techniques”.

November 23, 2018, Dmitry Karpov presented his research conducted at the Fohtung Research Group in a poster and a flash-talk (titled “Three-dimensional imaging of ferroic materials using coherent X-rays”) at an annual PSI Condensed Matter Retreat at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA, Dübendorf), winning a poster prize. Link to the book of abstracts (page 59): https://tinyurl.com/y7umtjhv

September 23, 2018, Our book  chapter titled “Bragg Coherent Diffraction Imaging Techniques at 3rd and 4th Generation Light Sources” is published in the book “Materials Discovery and Design” as part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 280)

Prof. Edwin Fohtung Presents the groups latest results in as an invited talk at RPI.  This research project is generously funded by the LANS/DOE, the LANSCE Professorship and LDRD in Los Alamos National Laboratory and the DOD AFOSR.  (09.12.2018)

 

September 13, 2018, Dr. Anastasios (Tassos) Pateras gives a physics colloquium and seminar at NMSU titled “Strain and Polarization Dynamics in Energy and ElectronicMaterials Through Novel X-Ray Imaging Techniques”

September 8, 2018, Dr. Anastasios Pateras joins from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Welcome, Tasos!!

August 14, 2018, Dr. Dmitry Karpov leaves the group and joins the Swiss Light Source (SLS) at the Paul Scherrer Institut as a postdoctoral scientist at the Coherent Small-Angle X-ray Scattering cSAXS beamline. Congrats Dima!!

Prof. Fohtung presents the group’s latest results as an invited talk in the Coherence 2018: International Workshop on Phase Retrieval and Coherent Scattering at Port Jefferson, NY  (06.26.2018)

Prof. Edwin Fohtung presents the groups latest results in as an invited talk titled “ Imaging of ferroelectric vortices in complex oxides”. This research project is generously funded by the LANS/DOE, the LANSCE Professorship and LDRD in Los Alamos National Laboratory and the DOD AFOSR.

June 16, 2018, Dr. Richard Mbatang leaves the group and joins Intel corporation, Portland Oregon as a process engineer. Congrats Richard!!

May 16, 2018, Elijah Scholds joins the group. Welcome, Elijah!!

May 16, 2018, Dmitry Karpov Defends his Ph.D. Dissertation. Congrats Dima!!

May 07, 2018 Our article titled ” A Shack-Hartmann Sensor for Single-Shot Multi-Contrast Imaging with Hard X-rays” is published in the Journal of Applied Sciences

May 01, 2018, Hannah Rich leaves the group. You shall be missed Hannah!!

April 27, 2018, Dr. Edwin Fohtung receives a new $396 K three-year grant from the DOD- Airforce Office of Scientific Research

April 04, 2018 Hannah Rich Defends her MSc. Thesis. Congrats Hannah!!

April 04, 2018 Mohammad Abdullah Defends his MSc. Thesis. Congrats Mohammad!!

April 04, 2018 Binod Paudel Defends his MSc. Thesis. Congrats Binod!!

April 02, 2018 Richard Mbatang Defends his Ph.D. Dissertation. Congrats Richard!!

Prof. Fohtung presents the group’s latest results as an invited talk in the Condensed Matter Physics Seminar Series in the Department of Physics at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Co (02.06.2018)

Prof. Edwin Fohtung presents the groups latest results in as an invited talk titled “ Nanoscale Imaging of Topological Relics of Symmetry Breaking in Oxide Nanostructures”. This research project is generously funded by the LANS/DOE, the LANSCE Professorship and LDRD in Los Alamos National Laboratory and the DOD AFOSR.

An Editorial Article on Coherent Diffraction Imaging Published in the Journal of Optics. (01.02 2018)

An Editorial in the Journal of Optics on “Special issue on coherent diffractive imaging” is published in J. Opt. 20 (2018) 010201. In this Editorial, we discussed recent advances in state of the art X-ray Coherent Diffraction Imaging Techniques.

PHYS 215G – Engineering Physics I

General Information

Lecture prerequisite:  MATH 191G ( Calculus and Analytical Geometry).
Venue: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 09:30-10:20, GD Hall 230
Instructor: Professor Edwin Fohtung
office: GD Hall 259A, email: efohtung@nmsu.edu, office hours: Tuesdays 15:00-16:00, otherwise you may arrange a meeting by appointment.
Teaching Assistant: TBA
Textbook: Young & Freedman, University Physics with Modern Physics, 13th edition, Addison Wesley (required)

 

Course Overview

Calculus-level treatment of kinematics, work and energy, particle dynamics, conservation principles, simple harmonic motion. Prerequisite(s): MATH 191G. The aim of the course is to familiarize the student with concepts and methods used to find a workable description of the physical world. We cover the main principles of mechanics and show how these principles can be applied to solve real-world problems. Understanding of the concepts is stressed more than memorization of mathematical formulas, and the meaning behind the formulas is explained. The students are expected to develop quantitative and qualitative scientific reasoning skills and to acquire knowledge to approach problems found in engineering and scientific applications. See objectives at  http://assessment.nmsu.edu

It is quite important to do exercises and assignments, in order to digest notions and methods in engineering physics learned in the lectures. The assignments are not only used to help you understand the material but also to give you a broader insight from into the subject.

Grading Weighting: You may bring a calculator and one handwritten A4 letter-size sheet with any notes and equations you fit on it. No books, laptop computers, smart phones, etc. or any other print or electronic media are allowed in quizzes and exams
The final grade will be determined by the following weighing:

Homework                                      20%
Quizzes                                           20%
Midterm Exam                                25%
Final Comprehensive Exam            35%

TOTAL:                                        100%

Their problems will be largely selected from the problems found at the end of chapters and those discussed during the lectures.

Quizzes: There will be three classroom quizzes, with the lowest quiz grade being dropped. There are no makeup quizzes unless you have a medical doctor’s note or you are absent on university business.
Exams:  There will be two exams during the semester (see the schedule for dates) one midterm and one final comprehensive exam. There are no makeup exams.

 

Syllabus & Tentative Schedule

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Intermediate Modern Physics I

General Information

Lecture Info: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:20-11:35, GD Hall 218A
The prerequisites are PHY 315 (Modern Physics),  and MATH 392 (Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations).
Office Hours: Wednesday, 15:00-16:00, otherwise you may arrange a meeting by appointment.
Instructor Info: Professor Edwin Fohtung
office: GD Hall 259A, email: efohtung@nmsu.edu
Teaching Assistant: TBA
Textbook: J. S. Townsend, “A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics,” 2nd Edition (required)

 

Course Overview

This is an upper-division course for quantum mechanics, and continues to PHY 455 “Intermediate Quantum Mechanics II”. As seen in the syllabus, the basics of quantum mechanics are taught in a self-contained manner. The course is suitable for undergraduate or graduate students who like to obtain comprehensive understanding of quantum theory and to master its mathematical treatments from scratch. In case you do not satisfy the above prerequisites, you may still discuss a registration with the instructor.

It is quite important to do exercises and assignements, in order to digest notions and methods in quantum mechanics learned in the lectures. The assignments are not only used to help you understand the material but also to give you a broader insight from into the subject.

The final grade will be determined based on performance of mid-term exams and assignments (their weights are 65 % and 35 % respectively, for now). Their problems will be largely selected from the problems found at the end of chapters. Each mid-term exam is arranged after every chapter is completed. That is how you can study rather narrow, clearly-defined selections of materials for every exam, while they are still fresh in your mind. Overall it is expected that your learning is more effective and at the same time the load by the course is less stressful this way.

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Syllabus

We plan to cover a good part of the textbook over the course of the semesters (Fall 2014). If time permits, I will explain briefly recent research activities related to quantum mechanics, quantum electronics and quantum information.

1. Stern-Gerlach experiments [Lecture note on the chapter 1]

2. Rotation of basis states and matrix mechanics [Lecture note on the chapter 2]

3. Angular momentum [Lecture note on the chapter 3]

4. Time evolution [Lecture note on the chapter 4]

6. Wave mechanics in one dimension [Lecture note on the chapter 6]

7. The one-dimensional harmonic oscillator [Lecture note on the chapter 7]

5. A system of two spin-1/2 particles [Lecture note on the chapter 5]

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Tentative Schedule

Thursday: TH,
Tuesday: TU

Dates Subject Home Work/Exams
Aug. 21,TH 1 Stern-Gerlach experiments: 1.1
Aug. 26,TU 1 Stern-Gerlach experiments: 1.2
Aug. 28,TH 1 Stern-Gerlach experiments – The Quantum state vector: 1.3
Sep. 02, TU 1 Stern-Gerlach experiments: 1.4-1.5 Assignment 1 is posted
Sep. 04, TH
Sep. 09, TU
Sep. 11, TH 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.1-2.2
Sep. 16, TU 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.1-2.2
Sep. 18, TH 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.2
Sep. 23, TU 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.3-2.4
Sep. 25, TH 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.5-2.6
Sep. 30, TU 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.6-2.7
Oct. 02, TH 2. Rotation and matrix mechanics 2.7-2.8
Oct. 07, TU 3. Angular momentum 3.1-3.2
Oct. 09, TH 3. Angular momentum 3.3
Oct. 14, TU 3. Angular momentum 3.3
Oct. 16, TH 3. Angular momentum 3.4-3.5
Oct. 21, TU 3. Angular momentum 3.6
Oct. 23, TH 3. Angular momentum 3.6-3.7
Oct. 28, TU 4. Time evolution 4.1
Oct. 30, TH 4. Time evolution 4.2-4.3
Nov.04, TU 4. Time evolution 4.3
Nov.06, TH 4. Time evolution 4.4
Nov.11, TU 4. Time evolution 4.4-4.5
Nov.13, TH 4. Time evolution 4.5-4.6
Nov.18, TU 6. Wave mechanics in one dimension: 6.1
Nov.20, TH 6. Wave mechanics in one dimension: 6.1-6.2
Nov.25-27 THANKS GIVING HOLIDAY
Nov.27, TH THANKS GIVING HOLIDAY
Dec.02, TU
Dec.04, TH
Dec.09, TU
Dec.11, TH

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Assignments

Students may study subjects of assignments together, but everyone is expected to prepare his/her original answer sheets.

1. Assignment due on Sep. 9 (Mon) [Problems: 1.3, 1.5, 1.6, 1.8 Solutions]

2. Assignment due on Sep. 23 (Mon) [Reading the section 2.7 and Problems: 2.8, 2.13, 2.16, 2.24 Solutions]

3. Assignment due on Oct. 7 (Mon) [Problems: 3.5, 3.7, 3.17, 3.19 Solutions]

4. Assignment due on Oct. 28 (Mon) [Problems: 4.4, 4.8, 4.11, 4.13 Solutions]

6. Assignment due on Nov. 11 (Mon) [Problems: 6.2, 6.4, 6.15, 6.23 Solutions]

7. Assignment due on Nov. 25 (Mon) [Problems: 7.4, 7.9, 7.13, 7.23 Solutions]

5. Assignment due on Dec. 13 (Fri) [Problems: 5.3, 5.5, 5.13, 5.17 Solutions]

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Exams

Students may study subjects of assignments together, but everyone is expected to prepare his/her original answer sheets.

1. Assignment due on Sep. 9 (Mon) [Problems: 1.3, 1.5, 1.6, 1.8 Solutions]

2. Assignment due on Sep. 23 (Mon) [Reading the section 2.7 and Problems: 2.8, 2.13, 2.16, 2.24 Solutions]

3. Assignment due on Oct. 7 (Mon) [Problems: 3.5, 3.7, 3.17, 3.19 Solutions]

4. Assignment due on Oct. 28 (Mon) [Problems: 4.4, 4.8, 4.11, 4.13 Solutions]

6. Assignment due on Nov. 11 (Mon) [Problems: 6.2, 6.4, 6.15, 6.23 Solutions]

7. Assignment due on Nov. 25 (Mon) [Problems: 7.4, 7.9, 7.13, 7.23 Solutions]

5. Assignment due on Dec. 13 (Fri) [Problems: 5.3, 5.5, 5.13, 5.17 Solutions]

Contacts

LANSCE Professor at NMSU Edwin Fohtung has two offices: one in NMSU during his teaching semester and one in Los Alamos National Lab for the remaining part of the year. Please, feel free to contact both.

LANL Contact
lanl.gov | efohtung@lanl.gov
Experimental Physical Sciences (ADEPS)
Los Alamos National Laboratory
MS H805 Los Alamos, NM 87545
phone: 505.667.4972
NMSU Contact
physics.nmsu.edu | efohtung@nmsu.edu
Department of Physics, New Mexico State University
MSC 3D, N. Horseshoe Dr., las Cruces NM 88003
phone: 575.646.5631 | Fax: 575.646.1932

Links

Here you will be able to see links to interesting sites. Examples:

Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Light Source (SSRL), Menlo Park, CA
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), Grenoble, France
Angströmquelle Karlsruhe (ANKA), Karlsruhe, Germany
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany
Diamond Light Source (Diamond), Oxfordshire, UK
French National Synchrotron Soleil  (Soleil), Paris, France

Sponsors

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Currently, Professor Fohtung’s research is generously funded  by Department of Defense (DOD) via the Air Force Office of Scientific Research ( AFOSR) and the Los Alamos National Laboratory as the LANSCE-ROSEN Professor.

Facilities

At NMSU, we are currently in the process of setting up an X-ray laboratory with a 3 kW X-ray tube source and a 4-circle diffractometer, which shall be used for studying reflectivity from thin films, powder diffraction patterns and can also be used for single crystal studies. We also have a spin-coater (from collaborating faculty) for preparing polymer films on substrates, along with an ellipsometer for assessing film thickness, and are setting up a facility for carrying out dynamic and static light scattering studies. Our group also has access to characterization facilities at Los Alamos national Lab.

In addition to in-house facilities at NMSU our research relies on state-of-the-art national facilities, primarily Los Alamos National Lab, Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Lab, Spallation Neutron Source at Oakridge and Advanced Light Source at Lawrence Berkeley. We generally use large facilities across the United States and around the world.
Neutron Facilities

Los Alamos Neutron Scattering Center | Los Alamos National Laboratory  (LANSCE), Los Alamos, NM
Spallation Neutron Source – Oak Ridge National Laboratory (SNS-ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN
NIST Center for Neutron Research National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD
ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, UK

Light Source Facilities

Advanced Photon Source | Argonne National Laboratory (APS), Argonne, IL
Advanced Light Source – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (ALS), Berkeley, CA
National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS), Upton, NY
SLAC Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS), Menlo Park, CA
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Light Source (SSRL), Menlo Park, CA
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), Grenoble, France
Angstroemquelle Karlsruhe (ANKA), Karlsruhe, Germany
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany
Diamond Light Source (Diamond), Oxfordshire, UK
French National Synchrotron Soleil  (Soleil), Paris, France

Group members

Group members

Edwin Fohtung

Dr. Edwin Fohtung
Assistant Professor,
LANSCE Professor at NMSU

— LANL Contact —–
www.lanl.gov | efohtung@lanl.gov
Experimental Physical Sciences (ADEPS)
Los Alamos National Laboratory
MS H805 Los Alamos, NM 87545
phone: 505.667.4972

— NMSU Contact —–
physics.nmsu.edu | efohtung@nmsu.edu
Department of Physics, New Mexico State University
MSC 3D, N. Horseshoe Dr., las Cruces NM 88003
phone: 575.646.5631 | Fax: 575.646.1932

Curriculum Vitae

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Ph.D Students

Erandi WijerathnaErandi Wijerathna

BS (Physics), University of Columbo, Sri Lanka

  Contact:
Email: erandi@nmsu.edu

  Field and Research Interests:
Magnetostriction and Magnetic Nanostructures

 

Dmitry Karpov

Dmitry Karpov Msc (Physics), Tomsk State Polytechnic University, Russia

  Contact:
Email: hardrijam@gmail.com

  Field and Research Interests:
Magnetoelectronic Phases and Coherent Scattering/Imaging

 

Richard MbatangRichard Mbatang
BS (Physics), University of Buea, Cameroon

Contact:
Email: mbatang@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Novel Electronics, Magnetic and Magnetoelectric Phases

 

Dennis TrujilloDennis Trujillo
BS (Physics), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

Contact:
Email: dptru10@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Computational methods, Phase Reconstruction Methods, Magnetic and Magnetoelectric Phases

Ayana GhoshAyana Ghosh
BS (Physics/Abstract Mathematics), University of Michigan-Flint, Flint, MI.

Contact:
Email: ayanag@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Theoretical and Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Material Science, X-Ray Diffraction, Ellipsometric Techniques, Thin film characterization.
About Me:
Hello! My name is Ayana Ghosh. My home resides in the state of West Bengal, India. I graduated from University of Michigan with my Bachelor’s Degrees (BS) in Physics and Abstract Mathematics in May 2015. Besides being a hardcore physics enthusiast, my interests lie in writing, solving mathematical problems, dance and travelling. I believe that Mother Nature has created the universe in a way where everything ties itself together. To be able to express it in terms of mathematics or physics, is the hard part! And that’s what fetches me into studying this subject. As once Tagore mentioned, “Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it” , I think with every scientific discovery, we unfold and let ourselves dive into many more mysteries, to understand the universe better.

Mohammad Al AbullahMohammad Al Abdullah
BS (Physics), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Contact:
Email: mamun@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Novel devices, magnetic and magnetoelectric phases.

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Undergraduate StudentsDouglas Brown

Douglas Brown
BS (Physics) in pursuit, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

Contact:
Email: dabrown@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Coherent diffraction imaging and phase retrival algorithms.

Samuel DijaniSamuel Dijiani
MS (Computer Science) in pursuit, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

Contact:
Email: dijiani@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Phase retrival algorithms.

Queenie FortalezaQueenie Fortaleza
BS Mechanical Engineering in pursuit, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

Contact:
Email: qfortaleza@nmsu.edu

Field and Research Interests:
Imagning and scattering, magnetic nanostructures for petroleum.

Cameron Radosevich
BS Mechanical Engineering in pursuit, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

Contact:
Email: camerados@gmail.com

Field and Research Interests:
Ultrafast dynamics, light and soft X-rays, coherent scattering.

Publications

Doing good science is not just about producing data, it should also tell a new story

A list of all group publications as a PDF can be obtained here .
Access to PDF versions of the manuscripts is obtained by clicking on the DOI links. If your domain does not provide you access, please email Dr. Fohtung for reprints.

Selected Publications

  1. S.Adak, M. Hartl, L. Daemen, E. Fohtung, and H. Nakotte.“Study of oxidation states of the transition metals in a series of Prussian blue analogs using x-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy”. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.elspec.2016.11.011;  (2016)
  2. J.W. Kim, A. Ulvestad, S. Manna, R. Harder, E. Fohtung, A. Singer, L. Boucheron,E. E. Fullerton, and O. G. Shpyrko.“Observation of x-ray radiation pressure effects on nanocrystals”. J. Appl. Phys. 120, 163102 (2016).
  3. Dmitry Karpov , Tomy dos Santos Rolo , Hannah Rich , Yuriy Kryuchkov , Boris Kiefer & E. Fohtung, “Birefrigent Coherent Diffraction Imaging”. Proc. SPIE 9931, Spintronics IX, 99312F (September 26, 2016); doi:10.1117/12.2235865.
  4. Mahmoud Hammouri, Edwin Fohtung, Igor Vasiliev “Ab initio study of magnetoelectric coupling in La0.66Sr0.33MnO3/PbZr0.2Ti0.8O3 multiferroic heterostructures”; http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/28/39/396004; J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28 396004 (2016).
  5. J. W. Kim, S. Manna, S. H. Dietze,  A. Ulvestard,  R. Harder,  E. Fohtung, E. Eric Fullerton, and O. G. Shpyrko. Curvature-induced and thermal strain in polyhedral gold nanocrystals. Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 173108 (2014).
  6. Matyshev, E. Fohtung. On the Applications and computations of Bessel functions of pure Imaginary indices (orders) in physics and specifically in Corpuscular Optics. Russian Academy of Science, Institute for Analytical instrumentation. http://213.170.69.26/mag/2014/full1/Art17.pdf (2014).
  7. Andrew Ulvestard, H. Man Cho, R. Harder, J. W. Kim, E. Fohtung, Y. S. Meng. and O. G. Shpyrko. Nanoscale Strain Mapping in Battery Nanostructures. Applied Phys. Letts. 104 073108 (2014).
  8. T. Slobodskyy, P. Schroth, A. A Minkevich, D. Grigoriev, E. Fohtung, M. Riotte, T. Baumbach, M. Powalla, U. Lemmer, T. Slobodskyy. “Three Dimensional reciprocal space profile of an individual nanocrystallite inside of a thin film solar cell absorber layer” J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys – D/476386/PAP/310365 (2013).
  9. E. Fohtung, J. W. Kim, Keith. T. Chan, Ross Harder, Eric E. Fullerton and O. G. Shpyrko. Probing the three dimensional strain inhomogeneity and equilibrium elastic properties of single crystal Ni nanowires. Appl. Phys. Lett. 101,033107 (2012).
  10. P. Schroth, T. Slobodskyy, D. Grigoriev, A. A Minkevich, M. Riotte, S. Lazarev, E. Fohtung, D. Z. Hu , D. M. Schaadt and T. Baumbach. Investigation of buried quantum dots using grazing incidence x-ray diffraction” Material Science and Engineering B 177, 721 (2012).
  11. A. A Minkevich, E. Fohtung*, T. Slobodskyy, M. Riotte, D. Grigoriev, T. Metzger, A.C. Irvine, V. Novak, V. Holy and T. Baumbach. Strain field in periodic GaMnAs/GaAs periodic wires revealed by coherent diffraction imaging”, Europhysics Lett. 94, 6600 (2011)
  12. A. A Minkevich, E. Fohtung*, T. Slobodskyy, M. Riotte, D. Grigoriev, A.C. Irvine, V. Novak, V. Holy and T. Baumbach. Selective coherent diffractive imaging of displacement fields in (Ga,Mn)As/GaAs periodical wires., Phys. Rev. B 84, 054113 (2011).
  13. M. Riotte, E. Fohtung*, D. Grigoriev, A. Minkevich, T. Slobodskyy, M. Schimdbauer, T. Metzger, D.Z. Hu, D.M. Schaadt and T. Baumbach. Lateral ordering, strain and morphology evolution of InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots due to high temperature post growth annealing. Appl. Phys. Lett. 96,083102 (2010).
  14. D. Pelliccia, A. Rack, S. Bauer, A. Cecilia, L. Helfen, L. Tao, P. Vagovic, F. Xu, L. ZhiJuan, A. Minkevich, I. Huber, E. Fohtung,T. Rolo, A. Ershov, T. Baumbach X-ray IMAGING at ANKA, ANKA Annual Report 2008, p. 27-33, CD-ROM
  15. E. Fohtung, A. A Matyshev. New Classes of Spherical-Toroidal Electrostatic Energy Analyzers, Society of Vacuum coaters, 2007 TechCon, http://www.svc.org/TC/TC07/07SVCPP.pdf
  16. M. Riotte, D. Grigoriev, E. Fohtung. The effect of annealing on InGaAs quantum dots morphology and ordering investigated by triple crystal X-ray scattering in grazing incidence. http://ftp.esrf.eu/pub/UserReports/38402_A.pdf