TOMCAT paper on hard X-ray multi-projection imaging published
In a collaboration with scientists from the Materials Science beamline of the SLS, CFEL, MaxIV and the ESRF, the TOMCAT team has published an article presenting a method for hard X-ray multi-projection imaging. The idea is to split the main beam from a synchrotron or, in the future, from a X-FEL, into multiple beams in order to acquire simultaneous, angularly spaced projection of a sample. This approach provides multiple angular views of the specimens and can provide volumetric information of natural processes and non-reproducible samples in a single shot. The full paper is published here:
Villanueva-Perez P, Pedrini B, Mokso R, Vagovic P, Guzenko VA, Leake SJ, et al.
Hard x-ray multi-projection imaging for single-shot approaches
Optica. 2018; 5(12): 1521-1524.
Contact person at TOMCAT: Dr. Pablo Villanueva-Perez, Prof. Dr. Marco Stampanoni