Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Kai Roßnagel

Leibnizstraße 19, R. LS 19/420
Phone: +49 431 880-3876
Telefax: +49 431 880-2510

Working Group "Solid State Research with Synchrotron Radiation"
Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics (CAU) and Ruprecht Haensel Laboratory (CAU/DESY)
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (CAU)


Funktion Projekt(e)
Project leader
CRC 677 "Function by Switching"

Project B13: Photoswitchable spin-crossover films on ferromagnetic substrates


Project leader BMBF joint projects

  • 05K16FK2 “XFEL-k-Spin: Spin- and time-resolved momentum microscopy at the European XFEL”
  • 05K14FKA “TREXES: Time-resolved x-ray and electron spectroscopy with free-electron lasers”
  • 05K13FK1 “Sub-micrometer focusing and low-temperature scanning unit for the spin- and momentum-resolving photoemission endstation ASPHERE III at the XUV beamline of PETRA III”

Lead Scientist   Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Photon Science, Soft X-ray Spectroscopy of Quantum Materials

User Consortium “TR-XPES: Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy at the European XFEL”

Member Committee Research with Synchrotron Radiation


»Being a solid state and surface physicist I am deeply fascinated by the sheer unbelievable variety of spectacular structures, physical properties and cooperative phenomena, which originate from the pocket universes of solids and their surfaces. Understanding the properties of materials and interfaces on the basis of their electronic structure and dynamics is my primary goal. This is only possible with quantum mechanics, therefore pure (sub-)nano science.«

Kai Rossnagel (ResearcherID). Since 2017 Professor for Solid State Research with Synchrotron Radiation at Kiel University and Lead Scientist at DESY. Prior to that, professor for experimental and applied physics, senior lecturer and research associate at the Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics. PhD from Kiel University (2001), Feodor Lynen Research Fellow in Berkeley (2002-2003), Habilitation (2009), Visiting Scientist at the SPring-8 Research Center in Japan (2013-2016). Born in Kiel.





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