12-13 November 2018
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
outstation at DESY
Europe/Berlin timezone
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Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 3
Advances in detectors can enable a variety of new experiments at synchrotrons. Pixel detectors currently in use at synchrotrons use a variety of basic technologies - hybrid pixel, CCD, CMOS - with different advantages and disadvantages. We present an overview of these technologies, with an emphasis on detectors for X-ray imaging.
Presented by Dr. David PENNICARD on 12 Nov 2018 at 4:50 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 1
The Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, is operating the user experiments for microtomography at the beamlines P05 and P07 of PETRA III at DESY, Hamburg, Germany. Attenuation-contrast and phase-contrast techniques were established to provide an imaging tool for applications in biology, medical science and materials science. Here we will present the current status of the grating-based phase-cont ... More
Presented by Dr. Felix BECKMANN on 12 Nov 2018 at 2:05 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 2
The continuing development of ring artefacts in images is one of the problems that annoys X-ray tomography users the most, (perhaps next to the difficulty of coping with the large amounts of data) Considerable effort has been put into developing ways to use data despite the artefacts; including attempting to acquire data so as to avoid the bad parts of the detection system, and novel mathematical ... More
Presented by Dr. Robert ATWOOD on 12 Nov 2018 at 3:15 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 1
The talk will briefly introduce the P05 µCT setup. Currently used detector systems, scintillators and our experience using these systems will be shown. Future options will be presented and should be discussed.
Presented by Dr. Fabian WILDE on 12 Nov 2018 at 1:15 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 2
EMBL Hamburg operates the P14 beamline at the high-brilliance PETRA III storage ring at DESY. Delivering hard X-rays (6 – 30 keV), P14 is very versatile: shape, size and intensity of the X-ray beam are easily tunable by using both reflective and refractive optical elements. Sample stage and detecting systems are state-of-the-art including a high-precision vertical goniometer (developed in collab ... More
Presented by Mr. Maxim POLIKARPOV on 12 Nov 2018 at 2:50 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 1
The nanotomography station at the imaging beamline IBL/P05 at PETRAIII is offering full field X-ray microscopy (XRM) at an energy range of 11-14keV using Fresnel Zone Plates (FZPs) [1,2]. A sample-to-detector distance of 18 – 22 m can be realised by placing the detector in the microtomography hutch. Making use of this distance in the XRM mode no light optical magnification is needed, thus result ... More
Presented by Dr. Imke GREVING on 12 Nov 2018 at 1:40 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 2
PSICHE (Pressure, Structure, and Image by Contrast at High Energy) is a multi-purpose tomography beamline at Synchrotron SOLEIL. It performs parallel beam tomography for materials science as well as many other applications. It also performs a wide range of diffraction experiments at extreme conditions of temperature and pressure. The very flexible nature of the instrument allows many interestin ... More
Presented by Dr. Andrew KING on 12 Nov 2018 at 4:05 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 4
At the Swiss Light Source (SLS, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland), the TOmographic Microscopy and Coherent rAdiology experimentTs (TOMCAT) beamline offers multiple X-ray tomographic microscopy end-stations with absorption and phase contrast imaging capabilities: propagation-based tomography [1], grating-based interferometry [2] with directional sensitivity [3] and Zernike Phase Contrast (ZPC) n ... More
Presented by Dr. Anne BONNIN on 13 Nov 2018 at 10:00 AM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 2
ANATOMIX is a beamline for full-field X-ray radiography and tomography currently entering operation at Synchrotron SOLEIL. It uses an undulator as its source and can operate both in monochromatic and white-beam mode. The range of accessible photon energies starts at around 5 keV and goes up to roughly 25 keV with a monochromator and 50 keV or higher with a white beam. A parallel-beam microtomo ... More
Presented by Dr. Mario SCHEEL, Dr. Timm WEITKAMP on 12 Nov 2018 at 3:40 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 3
Beamline ID19 of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility offers hard X-ray imaging with a high level of versatility: the beam size can vary from a few millimeter in square up to 1 cm x 5 cm. The energy level spans from 15 to 250 keV. Depending on the user experiment, high temporal or spatial resolution with different contrast modes are requested. This presentation will outline the comparable ... More
Presented by Dr. Alexander RACK on 12 Nov 2018 at 5:15 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 3
The microtomography setup at the BAMline was designed in 2008. The original setup is still in use for CT measurements. With a recent investment into the optics of BAMline, we want to build a pink beam tomography setup by replacing the detector and optics, in order to reduce the scanning time from currently several hours down to minutes. In this talk, the current ideas are presented.
Presented by Dr. Christian GOLLWITZER on 12 Nov 2018 at 6:05 PM
Presented by Christina KRYWKA on 12 Nov 2018 at 1:00 PM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 4
Presented by Dr. Jan GARREVOET on 13 Nov 2018 at 10:25 AM
Type: Oral presentation Session: Session 3
C. Rau, M. Storm, A.J. Bodey, S. Marathe <br> The I13 imaging and coherence beamline at Diamond Light Source consists of two independently operating branchlines, one focussing on imaging techniques in reciprocal space such as ptychography, the other mainly operating with micro-tomography (µCT) techniques (absorption and in-line phase contrast (PC), grating interferometry) and also a transmissi ... More
Presented by Dr. Christoph RAU on 12 Nov 2018 at 5:40 PM