Prof. Dr. Theo Siegrist

Profile

Academic positionFull Professor
Research fieldsExperimental Condensed Matter Physics,Mineralogy, Crystallography
Keywordsnovel mixed anion structures, Elektrokeramik, Hoch-TC Supraleiter, intermetallische Verbindungen, organische Halbleiter
Honours and awards

2023: Member of the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida

2008: AvH Forschungspreis

2006: Fellow of the American Physical Society

Current contact address

CountryUnited States of America
CityTallahassee
InstitutionFlorida State University
InstituteNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Host during sponsorship

Prof. Dr. Matthias WuttigI. Physikalisches Institut, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH), Aachen
Start of initial sponsorship01/07/2008

Program(s)

2008Humboldt Research Award Programme

Nominator's project description

Dr. Siegrist is well known internationally for his outstanding research in materials science. He has made important contributions to the field of high Tc superconductors, C60 and RxC60 intercalated phases, intermetallic systems such as the rare-earth transition-metal boro-carbides, and more recently in organic semiconductors based on small molecule solids. During his stay in Germany, he intends to study structure property relationships in phase-change materials with applications in novel information storage systems.

Publications (partial selection)

2015K.S. Siegert, F.R.L. :ange, E.R. Sittner, H. Volker, C. Schlockermann, T. Siegrist and M. Wuttig: Impact of vacancy ordering on thermal transport in crystalline phase-change materials. In: Rev. Progress Phys., 2015, 013001
2012T. Siegrist, P. Merkelbach, M. Wuttig: Phase Change Materials: Challenges on the Path to a Universal Storage Device . In: Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics, 2012, 215-237
2011Theo Siegrist, Peter Jost, Hanno Volker, Michael Woda, Philipp Merkelbach, Carl Schlockermann, Matthias Wuttig: Disorder-induced localization in crystalline phase-change materials. In: Nature Materials, 2011, 202-208