Andreas Förster, MX Application Scientist
As Application Scientist for Macromolecular Crystallography, Andreas Förster is your first point of contact for inquiries about data collection strategies and data processing. He also interested in compression and works towards full NeXus compliance of EIGER metadata.
- 2005: Ph.D. in Biochemistry at University of Utah
- 2005 - 2013: Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Structural Biology, Grenoble, and Imperial College London
- 2013 - 2015: Manager of X-ray crystallography facility at Imperial College London
- 2015: Joins DECTRIS
Dubravka Šišak Jung, XRD Application Scientist
Dubravka Šišak Jung is application scientist for X-ray powder diffraction techniques. She supports both synchrotron and laboratory or industry users in the fields of classical and high-energy X-ray powder diffraction, residual stress and texture. Her other interests include X-ray spectroscopy and small molecule crystallography on single crystal.
- 2005: Degree in chemistry, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- 2005 - 2008: researcher in Laboratory X-ray crystallography, pharmaceutical company PLIVA, Zagreb, Croatia
- 2008 - 2013: PhD in Laboratory for crystallography at ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- 2013: Joins DECTRIS
Tilman Donath, Application Scientist
Tilman Donath is application scientist for X-ray imaging and tomography techniques including diffraction-based and phase-contrast imaging. Tilman is experienced in working with both synchrotron radiation and X-ray tube sources and is also your contact for applications on laser- or fusion-driven plasma sources and in-vacuum applications.
- 2002: Diploma in Physics at Univ. of Hamburg (at HASYLAB)
- 2006: PhD in Physics at Univ. of Hamburg (for GKSS research center)
- 2007-2010: Postdoc at Paul Scherrer Institute (X-ray optics group, C. David)
- 2010: joined DECTRIS