OSA Webinar on "How to Exploit Synchrotron Radiation for MHz Frame Rate X-ray Imaging"

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Type
Webinar
Start Date
17-04-2018 15:00
End Date
17-04-2018 16:00
Location
https://cc.callinfo.com/registration/#/?meeting=1sq6ku2d66l3x&campaign=1w46ua45532qj
Speaker's name
Margie Olbinado
Speaker's institute
ESRF
Contact name
Anaïs Fernandes
Host name
OSA Technical Groups
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10:00am to 11:00am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time), 16:00 GMT+2

Third generation synchrotron light sources provide hard X-rays with high photon flux, high degree of spatial coherence, ~100 ps pulse widths and megaHertz (MHz) repetition rates. The exploitation of these properties is an important key to probe transient in-material processes, which evolve on timescales governed by material sound speeds in the order of km/s (μm/ns), in optically opaque objects.

In this webinar hosted by the Gamma, X-Ray and Extreme UV Optics Technical Group, Dr. Margie Olbinado from the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) will discuss how MHz frame rate XPCI is a powerful diagnostic tool to observe instantaneous velocities and internal structures, which cannot be obtained from X-ray attenuation-contrast imaging and cannot be probed, or only partially probed, using conventional ultra high-speed optical shadowgraph techniques. The importance of multiple-frame recording to observations of stochastic transient processes which are impossible to be realized using single-shot or stroboscopic XPCI will be highlighted during the webinar.

What You Will Learn:

  • The development of real-time X-ray phase-contrast imaging (XPCI) with single-pulse temporal resolution and multiple-frame recording up to MHz frame rates at the ESRF
  • How to optimize image detection and visualizations of various transient processes such as crack propagation in glass, explosion during electric arc ignition in fuse, laser-induced micro-cavitations and jetting in water, and laser-shock-induced compression in polymeric foam

Who Should Attend:

  • People interested in x-ray optics and instrumentation for large scale facilities
  • Anybody who is interested in the development of ultra-fast short wavelength sources

https://cc.callinfo.com/registration/#/?meeting=1sq6ku2d66l3x&campaign=1w46ua45532qj

Visitors from off-site please contact Anaïs Fernandes tel +33 (0)4 to arrange for a gate pass.
Requests made by e-mail will be confirmed.
If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail, please contact us by phone.