Speaker Bio & Publications

Benjamin Hornberger received his Ph.D. in 2007 from Stony Brook University for his work on phase contrast X-ray microscopy at synchrotron radiation facilities. He then joined Xradia (now Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy) as a product development engineer, before becoming a product manager in 2009. Today he is responsible for the Xradia Ultra and Synchrotron product lines.

 

He has written and co-authored several publications, including:
 

  • B. Hornberger, M. D. de Jonge, M. Feser, P. Holl, C. Holzner, C. Jacobsen, D. Legnini, D. Paterson, P. Rehak, L. Strüder and S. Vogt, “Differential phase contrast with a segmented detector in a scanning X-ray microprobe”, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 15, 355-362 (2008)
  • B. Hornberger, M. Feser and C. Jacobsen, “Quantitative amplitude and phase contrast imaging in a scanning transmission X-ray microscope”, Ultramicroscopy 107, 644-655 (2007)
  • S. Chen, J. Deng, Y. Yuan, C. Flachenecker, R. Mak, B. Hornberger, Q. Jin, D. Shu, B. Lai, J. Maser, C. Roehrig, T. Paunesku, S. C. Gleber, D. J. Vine, L. Finney, J. VonOsinski, M. Bolbat, I. Spink, Z. Chen, J. Steele, D. Trapp, J. Irwin, M. Feser, E. Snyder, K. Brister, C. Jacobsen, G. Woloschak and S. Vogt, “The Bionanoprobe: hard X-ray fluorescence nanoprobe with cryogenic capabilities,” J. Synchrotron Rad. 21, 66-75 (2014)
  • Jun Wang, Yu-chen Karen Chen, Qingxi Yuan, Andrei Tkachuk, Can Erdonmez,Benjamin Hornberger, and Michael Feser, “Automated markerless full field hard x-ray microscopic tomography at sub-50nm 3-dimension spatial resolution,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 143107 (2012)
  • Christian Holzner, Michael Feser, Stefan Vogt, Benjamin Hornberger, Stephen B. Baines and Chris Jacobsen, “Zernike phase contrast in scanning microscopy with X-rays,” Nat. Phys. 6, 883 (2010)
  • M. D. de Jonge, B. Hornberger, C. Holzner, D. Legnini, D. Paterson, I. McNulty, C. Jacobsen and S. Vogt, “Quantitative Phase Imaging with a Scanning Transmission X-ray Microscope”, Physical Review Letters 100, 163902 (2008)  
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