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Dr. Silvia Haindl

 
Department:
Address:IFW Dresden
Helmholtzstraße 20
01069 Dresden
Telephone number:+49-351-4659-543
E-mail:S.Haindl(at)ifw-dresden.de



News

current position:

Visiting Associate Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology

recent articles:

  • S. Haindl, K. Hanzawa, H. Sato, H. Hiramatsu, H. Hosono: In-situ growth of superconducting SmO1-xFxFeAs thin films by pulsed laser deposition. Sci. Rep. 6, 35797 (2016)   

Research Interests

superconductivity (unconventional superconductors, Fe-based superconductors, superconducting order parameter, vortex pinning, sc/fm heterostructures), electrical transport properties, high magnetic fields, thin films, functional interfaces 

Research Projects and Funding

The research project activities cover the topics of pnictide based superconducting thin films and superconducting/ferromagnetic thin film heterostructures conducted at IFW Dresden. 

DFG (German Research Foundation):

  • Research Grant within the Priority Programme SPP 1458 (2013 - 2017), Principal Investigator
  • Initiation of a Bilateral Cooperation Grant (2013 - 2015), Principal Investigator: with H. Hiramatsu, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Research Grant within the Priority Programme SPP 1458 (2010 - 2013), Principal Investigator: "Thin film preparation of superconductive iron pnictide compounds by pulsed laser deposition: Electrical transport and structural properties of grain boundaries in FeAs based superconductors"
  • Initiation of a Bilateral Cooperation Grant (2011 - 2012), Principal Investigator: "Oxypniktid-Dünnschichtherstellung" together with H. Ikuta, University of Nagoya (Japan)
  • Research Grant (2009 - 2012), Principal Investigator: "Dünnschichtabscheidung von supraleitenden oxidischen Eisen-Arsenid-Verbindungen mittels gepulster Laserdeposition"

ESF (European Science Foundation)

  • Exploratory Workshop Organisation Grant (2011), Principal Investigator (Organisator): "Exploratory Workshop on Physics and Technology of Iron Pnictide Thin Films" (see webpage)

DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)

  • PPP Travel Grant, University of Oslo (Norway) (2011 - 2012)
  • PPP Travel Grant, Ames Laboratory (USA) (2011 - 2012)
  • PPP Travel Grant, NCSR Demokritos Athens (Greece) (2009 - 2010)

EuroMagNET 2 - Proposals for High Field Magnet Laboratories

  • Proposal for high static fields (30T) at Nijmegen, Applicant (05/2013)
  • Proposal for 100T pulsed fields at HZ Dresden-Rossendorf, Applicant (11/2012)
  • Proposal for 70T pulsed fields at HZ Dresden-Rossendorf, Applicant (05/2012)
  • Proposal for 70T pulsed fields at HZ Dresden-Rossendorf, Co-Applicant (04/2012)

ESRF - Proposals for the European Synchrotron Facility, Grenoble

  • Standard Application for Beam Time, Co-Applicant (06/2011)

Selected Publications

  • S. Haindl, M. Kidszun, S. Oswald, C. Hess, B. Büchner, S. Kölling, L. Wilde, T. Thersleff, V. V. Yurchenko, M. Jourdan, H. Hiramatsu, H. Hosono: Thin Film Growth of Fe-based Superconductors: From Fundamental Properties to Functional Devices. A Comparative Review. - Rep. Prog. Phys. 77, 046502 (2014)
  • S. Haindl, M. Kidszun, F. Onken, A. Mietke, T. Thersleff, "Lessons from Oxypnictide Thin Films", (invited review) - Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 27, 1330001 (2013)
  • A. Reisner, N. Scheerbaum, L. Schultz, S. Haindl: "NbFe2 thin film growth and characterization", Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 24, 196001 (2012)
  • M. Kidszun, S. Haindl, T. Thersleff, J. Hänisch, A. Kauffmann, K. Iida, J. Freudenberger, L. Schultz, B. Holzapfel, "Critical current scaling and anisotropy of oxypnictide superconductors", Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 137001 (2011)
  • S. Haindl, M. Kidszun, A. Kauffmann, K. Nenkov, N. Kozlova, J. Freudenberger, T. Thersleff, J. Hänisch, J. Werner, E. Reich, L. Schultz, B. Holzapfel, "High upper critical fields and evidence of weak link behavior in LaFeAsO1-xFx thin films", Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 077011 (2010)

    Invited Talks

    05/2016   International Workshop: Advances in preparation and investigation of emergent iron-based superconductors, Dresden (DE): "Pulsed Laser Deposition of Fe-based superconductors"

    05/2016   EMN Conference, Dubrovnik (HR): "Progress in Fe-Pnictide and Fe-Chalcogenide Thin Film Research"

    04/2016   Summerschool on Iron-Pnictides of the Special Priority Programme, Karlslust (DE): "Iron Pnictide and Iron Chalcogenide Thin Films"

    04/2016   5th ICSM, Fethiye (TR): "Progress in Fe-Pnictide and Fe-Chalcogenide Thin Film Research"

    05/2015   World Congress of Advanced Materials, Chongqing (CN): "Fe-Pnictide and Fe-Chalcogenide Thin Films. Superconductivity and More"

    07/2014   University of Jena, invited by P. Seidel (DE): "Fe-based Superconducting Thin Films. An Overview."

    01/2014   Electronic Materials and Applications, Orlando (US): "Fe-based Superconducting Thin Film Case Studies: From Fundamental Properties to Functional Devices."

    10/2013   EMN Open Access Week Meeting, Chengdu (CN): "Thin Film Growth of Fe-based Superconductors: From Fundamental Properties to Functional Devices. A comparative review"

    09/2013   Workshop on Hot Topics in HTSC: Fe-Based Superconductors, Zvenigorodskii (RU): "Fe-based Superconductors Thin Films Case Studies: From Fundamental Properties to Functional Devices"

    01/2013   EMN Conference, Houston (US): “A Scaling Approach To Determine the Hc2-Anisotropy of Oxypnictides”

    12/2012   Tokyo Institute of Technology, invited by H. Hiramatsu (JP):“Lessons From Oxypnictide Thin Films”

    07/2012   Summerschool on Iron-Pnictides of the Priority Programme SPP 1458, Achatswies (DE): “Growth of Thin Films of Fe-based superconductors”

    05/2012   TU Darmstadt, invited by L. Alff (DE): “Iron Pnictides in the Dirty Limit”

    04/2012   TU Delft, Department of Quantum Nanoscience (NL): “Critical current scaling and anisotropy in oxypnictide superconductors”

    11/2011   Brookhaven National Laboratory, invited by Q. Li (US): “Fe-based superconducting thin films: From fundamental properties to functional devices”

    11/2011   Ames Laboratory, invited by S. Bud’ko (US):“Fe-based superconducting thin films: From fundamental properties to functional devices”

    09/2011   VORTEX VII Conference, Rhodos (GR):  „New routes for epitaxial thin films of Fe-based superconductors”

    08/2011   International Workshop on Complex Phenomena in Superconductors and Magnetic Systems, Øystese (NO): „New routes for epitaxial thin films of Fe-based superconductors”

    05/2011   ESF Exploratory Workshop, Bad Schandau (DE): „New routes for epitaxial thin films of Fe-based superconductors”

    12/2010   University of Stuttgart, invited by M. Dressel (DE): “Thin films of Fe-based superconductors: present status”

    10/2010   MS&T Conference, Houston (US):“Iron pnictide thin films: preparation and superconductive properties”

    09/2010   SM Conference, Paestum (IT): “Iron pnictide thin films: preparation and superconductive properties”

    11/2005   IFW Dresden, invited by Ludwig Schultz (DE): “Homogeneity of top-seeded melt-grown superconductors”

    10/2003   IRC Cambridge, invited by David Cardwell (UK): “Radial and axial homogeneity of bulk melt-processed YBCO superconductors”

    Main Address

    Contact e-mail:

    Silvia.Haindl@uni-tuebingen.de

    Main Affiliation:

    Physikalisches Insitut, Experimentalphysik II

    Festkörperphysik

    University of Tübingen

    Auf der Morgenstelle 14

    72076 Tübingen