Dr. Gerhard Staudenmaier, Germany, short CV

Gerhard Staudenmaier Hashmi (photo)Born in Heidenheim/Brenz, Germany, I grew up with my brother and parents until finishing highschool. At Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, I obtained a diploma in physics and, in the lab of R. Sizmann, wrote a thesis on energy and mass analysis of clusters sputtered from tungsten for my PhD in physics. In the surface physics group at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (Garching, Germany), scanning ion microprobe analysis became the focal aspect of my work, followed by plasma wall analysis of samples exposed to the plasma edge, using various techniques in several tokamaks. Temporarily I worked with our own equipment installed on the French tokamak TFR 400/600 (Département de Physique du Plasma et de Fusion Contrôlée, Centre d’Études Nucléaires, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France). I also collaborated with Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque, USA) and the Gesellschaft für Strahlenforschung (Munich-Neuherberg, Germany).

Fields of Research

Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry and Sputtering; Surface Analysis (SIMS, AES, EIX, SEM); Plasma Surface Interaction in Tokamaks; Trapping of Hydrogen in Carbon

Selected Publications

Hashmi M, Staudenmaier G 2000 Energy Balance of Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion. Physica Scripta 62: 268-276.

Staudenmaier G, Wampler WR 1989 Charge Exchange Neutral Sputtering in ASDEX. J. Nucl. Mater. 162-164: 414-418.

Staudenmaier G, Wampler WR 1987 Metal Impurity Release in Diverted Tokamak Discharges. J. Nucl. Mater. 145-147: 569-573.

Staudenmaier G 1985 Erosion and Deposition in Tokamaks. J. Vac. Sci. Technol.A3(3): 1091-1099.

Staudenmaier G, Staib P, Rossnagel S 1982 Impurity Transport in the ASDEX Edge Plasma Studied by a Combination of Passive and Active Probes with SIMS Analysis. J. Nucl. Mater. 111-112: 23-28.

Staudenmaier G, Staib P, Behrisch, R, Equipe TFR 1980 Deuterium Ion Fluxes, Temperatures and Densities in the Scrape Off Layer of TFR 600. Nucl. Fusion 20 (1): 96-101.

Wittmaak K, Staudenmaier G 1980 Volume Expansion and Oxygen Incorporation in Deuterium Bombarded Silicon. J. Nucl. Mater. 93-94: 581-587.

Staudenmaier G, Roth J, Behrisch R, Bohdansky J, Eckstein W, Staib P, Matteson S, Erents SK 1979 Trapping of Deuterium Implanted in Carbon and Silicon: A Calibration for Particle- Energy Measurements in the Plasma Boundary of Tokamaks. J. Nucl. Mater. 84: 149-156.

Staib P, Staudenmaier G 1978 Surface Effects and Impurity Production in Tokamak Machines. J. Nucl. Mater. 76-77: 78-91.

Staudenmaier G, Staib P, Venus G, TFR Group 1978 Impurity Fluxes in the Scrape Off Layer of TFR 400 and TFR 600. J. Nucl. Mater. 76-77: 445-451.

Staudenmaier G, Hofer WO, Liebl H 1976 Cluster Induced Secondary Electron Emission. Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Phys. 11: 103-112.

Staib P, Staudenmaier G 1976 Wall Analysis in Pulsator 1. J. Nucl. Mater. 63: 37-46.

Wittmaak K, Staudenmaier G 1975 Diatomic Versus Atomic Secondary Ion Emission. Applied Physics Letters 27: 318-320.

Staudenmaier G 1973 Angular Dependence of Clusters Sputtered from a Tungsten Single Crystal Surface. Radiat. Eff. 18: 181-184.

Staudenmaier G 1972 Clusters Sputtered from Tungsten. Radiat. Eff. 13: 87-91.