Marianne Liebi

Assistant Professor at Chalmers, Physics, Condensed Matter Physics

I am Assistant Professor in the division of Materials Physics since August 2017. Before that, I worked as a Scientist at the MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University, where I have a continuing affiliation. The focus of my research is in the development of X-ray scattering and imaging techniques and their application towards materials with hierarchical structures. With a background in food science, I worked on magnetic alignable self-assembly structures during my PhD, received in 2013 from ETH Zurich. As a Post Doc in the coherent X-ray scattering group at the Swiss Light Source (SLS), Paul Scherrer Institute, I worked on method development in SAXS imaging.ORCID: 0000-0002-5403-0593


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Assessing lesion malignancy by scanning small-angle x-ray scattering of breast tissue with microcalcifications

C. Arboled, V Lutz-Buen, Z. Wang et al
Physics in Medicine and Biology. Vol. 64 (15)
Journal article

Hierarchical films from cellulose

Tiina Nypelö, Marianne Liebi, Roland Kádár et al
Conference contribution

High-speed tensor tomography: iterative reconstruction tensor tomography (IRTT) algorithm

Zirui Gao, Manuel Guizar-Sicairos, Viviane Lutz-Bueno et al
Acta Crystallographica Section A: Foundations and Advances
Journal article

Bioinspired Structural Hierarchy within Macroscopic Volumes of Synthetic Composites

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, Antiope Lotsari, Viviane Lutz-Bueno et al
Advanced healthcare materials. Vol. 7 (18)
Journal article

Small-angle X-ray scattering tensor tomography: Model of the three-dimensional reciprocal-space map, reconstruction algorithm and angular sampling requirements

Marianne Liebi, Marios Georgiadis, Joachim Kohlbrecher et al
Acta Crystallographica Section A: Foundations and Advances. Vol. 74 (1), p. 12-24
Journal article

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SAXS- and WAXS- tensor tomography: A new tool for the analysis of multi-scale materials

Marianne Liebi Condensed Matter Physics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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