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Prof. Dr. Franz Pfeiffer

Physics Department (E17)
& IMETUM
TU München
James-Franck-Strasse 1
85748 Garching / Germany

Email: franz.pfeiffer 'at' tum.de
Phone: +49 89 289 12552
Fax: +49 89 289 12548
Secretary: Nelly de Leiris

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03.05.2014 TV report about Franz Pfeiffer and phase-contrast imaging on BR Alpha.
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22.04.2014 "Phase contrast ct boosts tissue contrast": Medicalphysicsweb reports about the article of Marian Willner and co-authors.
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07.02.2013 Publication in Nature about an improved X-ray microscopy technique that overcomes restrictions imposed by the quality of the X-ray beam or the detector.
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11.09.2012 Publication in "PNAS" about a first preclinical x-ray phase-contrast CT scanner.
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09.08.2012 Irene Zanette receives the XRM 2012 WMI Memorial Award.
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09.06.2012 Publication in "PNAS": X-ray imaging applied to blood cells infected by malaria parasites
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09.06.2012 Publication in "PNAS" on a trimodal low-dose X-ray tomography technique
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27.02.2012 Database of worldwide publications on grating based phase contrast and darkfield imaging is online.
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07.02.2012 Irene Zanette receives the ESRF Young Scientist Award
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08.12.2011
Franz Pfeiffer receives the Heinz-Meier-Leibnitz medal.
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25.10.2011
Pierre Thibault receives an ERC starting grant.
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23.05.2011
Press release: New X-ray CT method with molecular sensitivity
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02.12.2010
Franz Pfeiffer is one of the researchers that will receive the Leibniz-Price 2011 of the German Research Foundation (DFG).
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26.11.2010
Franz Pfeiffer receives the Roentgen-Award 2010 of the University of Giessen.
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23.09.2010
Publication in "Nature" on new nano-tomography technique.
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06.07.2010
The Center for Advance Laser Applications (CALA) has been approved.
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