Contact

Porträt Dr. habil. Scheinost, Andreas; FWOS

Dr. habil. Andreas Scheinost
Head

Phone: +33 476 88 2462, +33 6 340 358 18
Fax: +49 351 260 3553

Jana Gorzitze
Secretariat
Institute of Resource Ecology
j.gorzitzeAthzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 3233
Fax: +49 351 260 13233

Planned Shutdown
January 1, 2018
Please note the long shutdown of ESRF in 2019/2020.
Already in 2018, beamtime is limited to Jan-Jun and Nov-Dec!

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ROBL-News


Planned Shutdown

January 1, 2018

Please note the long shutdown of ESRF in 2019/2020.

Already in 2018, beamtime is limited to Jan-Jun and Nov-Dec!


New ROBL team members

November 1, 2017

ROBL-Team

During the summer, our team grew substantially. Damien Prieur (2nd from right) joined us in August to increase our manpower during x-ray absorption and diffraction experiments, and to provide his expertise in the solid state chemistry of nuclear materials. Damien Naudet (3rd from right) joined us in October as software and electronics engineer. And we also have again PhD students, Manuel Feig (center) and Jurij Galanzew (2nd from left), who started already in July. Another four new people will join us early next year as part of Kristina's ERC team.


ERC grant for Kristina Kvashnina

September 15, 2017

Kristina Kvashnina

Kristina made it! She got the prestigious ERC grant for her proposal "TOP: Towards the Bottom of the Periodic Table" to be able to study the electronic structure of lanthanide and actinide nanoparticles. Congratulations, Kristina!

Press release "Ganz unten im Periodensystem - HZDR-Forscherin erhält millionenschwere Nachwuchsförderung der Europäischen Union"

Insider magazine December 2016 p.3 "Die Expertin für Röntgenspektroskopie - „High Potential“ Kristina Kvashnina untersucht radioaktive Metalle"


Start of the upgrade to ROBL-II

January 1, 2016

ROBL-II hutch structure and experiments

Based on an investment of 4 Mio EUR by HZDR, ROBL will massively upgrade its experimental stations in order to offer a wide portfolio of techniques for actinide and environmental research. The figure left shows the new building structure with two linked alpha-laboratories hosting four different experiments (bulk-EXAFS, high-resolution absorption and emission spectroscopy, surface diffraction and RAXR, single-crystal and powder diffraction). The new techniques will be available from 2017 on, and the full functionality of RCH-II as alpha-lab from 2020 on, together with the new superbend source of ESRF-II.


Visit of Stanislaw Tillich

October 22, 2015

Tillich Scheinost ROBL

The prime minister of Saxony, Stanislaw Tillich, visited ROBL among other institutions of scientific and economic interest in the Grenoble area.


Kristina Kvashnina

September 1, 2015

ROBL-Team

We welcome our new beamline scientist. Kristina (in the center) worked before at DUBBLE and ID-26 of ESRF, and comes with a profound expertise in high-resolution XANES and XES.


Visit of Gérard Foussier

April 29, 2014

ROBL visit of Gerard Foussier 2014

As redacteur-en-chef of Dokumente/Documents, a journal for the German-French dialogue, Gérard Foussier visited ROBL to learn about the role of our synchrotron beamline for the European scientific community, including the particular pros and cons of German-French collaborations.


Visit of Sabine von Schorlemer

February 13, 2014

ROBL contract 2014, Schorlemer

The state minister for Sciences and Art in Saxony, Sabine von Schorlemer, visited ROBL and signed the new contract between the ESRF and HZDR on the operation of ROBL, in presence of the director general of the ESRF, Francesco Sette, the administrative director of HZDR, Peter Joehnk, the president of the Rhone-Alpes region, and the mayor of the city of Grenoble.


Visit of the "Ausschuss für Bildung, Forschung und Technikfolgenabschätzung" of the German Parliament

Mar 26, 2013


Inauguration of the new X-ray optics

Nov 28, 2011

ROBL-II-Inauguration

...with the participitation of (from left to right) Francesco Sette (director general of ESRF), Roland Sauerbrey (scientific director of HZDR), Jean Moulin (chairman of ESRF Council) and Thomas Roth (German Federal Ministry for Education and Research)