Ingolf Lindau, PhD

Professor of Electrical Engineering (Research) and of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, Emeritus

650-926-3456 (SLAC) 650-723-1052 (Stanford)

My academic career at Stanford has been focused on research efforts to understand the electronic properties of semiconductor surfaces and interfaces on an atomic scale using synchrotron radiation of importance for the development of modern electronic devices. I have taken a great interest in the development of synchrotron radiation and free electron laser facilities and instrumentation, and research policies for large scale facilities. I have been (and still am) a member/chairperson of a large number of review and advisory committees.

Awards and Honors

Fellow of the American Physical Society

Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

Education

PhD, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Research Interests

Electronic and structural properties of surfaces and interfaces; application of synchrotron radiation for photo-ionization processes and electron scattering mechanisms; scientific case for novel photon sources, in particular synchrotron radiation and free-electron sources; basic concepts for accelerated based photon sources; optics and beam line instrumentation for synchrotron radiation and free-electron laser research.

Projects

  • Electronic and structural properties of surfaces and interfaces
  • Application of synchrotron radiation for photo-ionization processes and electron scattering mechanisms
  • Novel photon sources, in particular synchrotron radiation and free-electron sources
  • Basic concepts for accelerated based photon sources
  • Optics and beam line instrumentation for synchrotron radiation
  • Free-electron laser research

 

Publications

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