High-resolution electron diffraction imaging for the nanosciences
Grant number: DP1096025 | Funding period: 2010 - 2013
This project will develop new ways of seeing structure at the atomic level, to yield new imaging approaches needed for frontier developments in nano-science and nanotechnology. These areas are critical to Australia's future economic development and it is only through significant improvements in imaging capacity that we will be able to sustain this country's outstanding record in scientific innovation. The project will obtain intellectual leverage from the expertise of the team of Chief Investigators, utilizing state-of-the-art infrastructure available in Australia and abroad, and provide a professional and broad training environment for our best and brightest graduate students.
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Non-Destructive Three-Dimensional Optical Imaging of a Fiber Bragg Grating
Xiao Ming Goh, Shan Shan Kou, Betty P Kouskousis, Nicoleta M Dragomir, Stephen F Collins, Greg W Baxter, Ann Roberts
Here, we demonstrate a non-destructive quantitative phase imaging method, in conjunction with tomographic reconstruction technique..
Detailed observation of space-charge dynamics using ultracold ion bunches
D Murphy, RW Speirs, DV Sheludko, CT Putkunz, AJ McCulloch, BM Sparkes, RE Scholten
Control of Coulomb expansion in charged particle beams is of critical importance for applications including electron and ion micro..
Atom-Scale Ptychographic Electron Diffractive Imaging of Boron Nitride Cones
Corey T Putkunz, Adrian J D'Alfonso, Andrew J Morgan, Matthew Weyland, Christian Dwyer, Laure Bourgeois, Joanne Etheridge, Ann Roberts, Robert E Scholten, Keith A Nugent, Leslie J Allen
Ptychographic coherent diffractive imaging (CDI) has been extensively applied using both x rays and electrons. The extension to at..