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Lichtenbergstr.1
85748 Garching

Massimo Fritton

Fritton

Research & Skills

I am a mineralogist with a background in synthesis and characterization of intermetallic single crystals. During my PhD, I investigated the formation of two-dimensional organic nanoarchitectures using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and high-resolution X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy. At the MLZ, my research focuses on high-temperature alloys. Our goal is to precisely understand the relationship of the mechanical properties to the microstructure of the alloys over an extended temperature range. In this context, the temperature-dependent evolution such as precipitation or dissolution of the phases involved is of utmost importance, which is directly accessible by neutron diffraction at the respective temperatures. Additionally, small-angle neutron scattering is used to obtain information about the size and shape of the existing nanostructures.

Applied Methods:
  • X-ray/Neutron diffraction
  • Neutron imaging
  • Small-angle neutron scattering

Curriculum Vitae

01/2021-

Scientist in the HiMat project (High-Temperature Alloys)

12/2019-
10/2014

PhD in Physics; Topic: On-Surface Synthesis of One-and Two-Dimensional Organic Nanoarchitectures: Reaction Progression, Steric Hindrance, and a Novel Reaction Pathway, Technische Universität München

04/2014-
10/2011

M.Sc. in Geomaterials and Geochemistry, Ludwig-Maximilian Universität

10/2011-
10/2007

B.Sc. in Geoscience, Technische Universität München

Publications

http://join2-wiki.gsi.de/foswiki/pub/Main/Artwork/join2_logo100x88.png Journal Article  ;  ;  ;  ;  ;
Near-Surface and Bulk Dissolution Behavior of γ′ Precipitates in Nickel-Based VDM® Alloy 780 Studied with In-Situ Lab-Source and Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
Metals 12(7), 1067 - () [10.3390/met12071067] DBCoverage  Download fulltext Files BibTeX | EndNote: XML, Text | RIS

Dr. Massimo Fritton
Technische Universität München
Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ)
Advanced Materials Group
Lichtenbergstr. 1
85748 Garching

Phone: +49 (0)89 289-54826
E-Mail: massimo.fritton@frm2.tum.de

MLZ is a cooperation between:

Technische Universität München> Technische Universität MünchenHelmholtz-Zentrum Hereon> Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon
Forschungszentrum Jülich> Forschungszentrum Jülich

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LENS> LENSERF-AISBL> ERF-AISBL

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