Dr. Soichiro Tsujino
5232 Villigen PSI
Dr. Sofia Trampari started her PD on the development of the acoustic levitation diffractometer.
Schichao Jia started his PhD within the Swiss Nanoscience Institute PhD school, University of Basel, in collaboration with Rod Lim, Prof.
"Fabrication of low aspect ratio three-element Boersch phase shifters for voltage-controlled three electron beam interference" by Pooja Thakkar et al. is now published in Journal of Applied Physics.
EU project, LEAPS-INNOV, submitted by the League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources (LEAPS), was granted, wherein the development of the high-throughput protein crystallography instrument combining the acoustic droplet ejection and the acoustic levitation diffractometer is a part of the WP5 Beamline Technology -- Sample Environmennt and Handling.
S. Tsujino presented "On-demand droplet loading of ultrasonic acoustic levitator with small droplets for protein crystallography application" in 2020 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), which was held virtually this year.
Swiss Nanoscience Institute, Uni. Basel awarded a PhD project in collaboration with Prof. Rodelick Lim, Biozentrum, Uni. Basel.
Swiss National Science Foundation awarded a funding on the development of automated crystallography pipeline for membrane protein samples is available.
Pooja Thakkar gave an oral presentation of her work, Demonstration of the voltage-controlled three-beam interference of high-energy coherent electron beam, at the 33rd International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference (IVNC 2020) fully virtual. This work is in collaboration with Forschungszenntrum Jülich (Peng-han Lu & Prof. Rafal Dunin-Borowski) and LMN (Vitaliy Guzenko) and co-supervised with Prof. J. P. Abrahams, supported by Swiss Nanoscience Institute.
The new book Acoustic Levitation From Physics to Applications (ed. D. Zang) , in which Tsujino and Tomizaki contributed the chapter 9 Applications of Acoustic Levitation in Chemical Analysis and Biochemistry, is now published.
Chiwon Lee, who has been working at Max-Planck-Institute of Structural Dynamics and Matter for his PhD thesis in the group of Prof. Dr. R. J. Dwayne Miller in collaboration with S. Tsujino, has successfully defended his thesis "Development of Ultrabright Electron Sources and Time-Resolved Low-Energy Electron Diffractometer (LEED)" at University of Hamburg. Congratulations!
"Oscillation resonances and anisotropic damping of the motion of acoustically levitated droplets in single-axis acoustic levitators" is now published in Applied Physics Letters.
"On-demand droplet loading of ultrasound acoustic levitator and its application for protein crystallography experiments" is now published in Applied Physics Letters.
S. Tsujino was named as a top reviewers 2018 of Applied Physics Letters.
"Single crystal time-lapse measurement using ultrasonic acoustic levitation", which was presented at the 13th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI 2018), is now published in AIP Conference Proceedings.
"Transverse structure of the wave function of field emission electron beam determined by intrinsic transverse energy" is now published in Journal of Applied Physics.
"Transmission low-energy electron diffraction using double-gate single nanotip field emitter" is now published in Applied Physics Letters.