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Invited Talks

Place

Location: Budker INP
Address: Lavrentiev av. 11, Novosibirsk 630090 Russia
Room: Conference Hall
Date: from 5 Jul 08:00 to 7 Jul 09:00

Conveners

  • 5 Jul 08:00 - 10:00 Part I
    • Prof. Seryi, Andrei (John Adams Institute)
  • 6 Jul 08:00 - 10:00 Part II
    • Prof. ANDO, Masami (Tokyo University of Science)
  • 7 Jul 08:00 - 09:00 Part III
    • Prof. Vinokurov, Nicolay (Head of Lab)

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Displaying 8 contributions out of 8
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: SR technological application and X-ray apparatus
After the first successful experimental demonstration 20 years ago [1], the use of X-ray refractive optics has rapidly expanded and they are now in common use at 15 synchrotrons in 10 countries. This development has intensified after the successful implementation of transfocators - tunable devices based on refractive lenses [2]. In addition to traditional micro-focusing applications, the transfoca ... More
Presented by Dr. Anatoly SNIGIREV on 5/7/2016 at 3:20
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: THz radiation aplication
Hydrogen-like impurity centers in monocrystalline Silicon can be utilized for terahertz(THz) lasers. Several types of such lasers have been demonstrated. The lasers operate at low lattice temperatures under optical pumping with a free electron laser (FEL). They emit light frequencies between 1.2 and 6.9 THz. Dipole-allowed optical transitions between particular excited states of substitutiona ... More
Presented by Prof. Heinz-Wilhelm HÜBERS on 7/7/2016 at 2:00
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: THz radiation aplication
Interactions of laser radiation with gas cluster targets have been investigated in the past two decades. Cluster jet, obtained by the adiabatic condensation of gas flow, has pronounced nonlinear optical properties and combines the advantages of solid-state and gas target. Cluster inherits high local density and this implies high value of nonlinear response. At the same time cluster beams are not e ... More
Presented by Prof. Alexander SHKURINOV on 7/7/2016 at 2:30
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: X-ray structural analysis
In this report the results of long-term works - more than 40 years - in the field of structural biology of tissue with synchrotron radiation (SR) usage will be presented. We were pioneers in the field of SR use for nanostructural researches of biological tissues. C.S. Holmes was the first to demonstrate the advantages of SR in studying the structure of biological objects in 1971 on the DESY stat ... More
Presented by Dr. Alvina VAZINA on 5/7/2016 at 2:00
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: THz radiation aplication
Nowadays, all three laser systems of the Novosibirsk free electron laser facility are in operation. First laser system generates tunable monochromatic radiation in the terahertz spectral range from 90 to 240 micrometers, whereas the spectral range of the second laser spans a region from 40 to 80 micrometers. Both these systems are available to users. The third laser has been commissioned, and its ... More
Presented by Prof. Boris KNYAZEV on 6/7/2016 at 2:40
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: X-ray spectroscopy
This talk reviews some recent spectroscopic studies on semiconductor structures carried out using the mid-infrared and terahertz (THz) free-electron laser (FEL) facility FELBE in Dresden, Germany. Its intense, nearly transform-limited picosecond pulses, which can also be combined with synchronous pico- or femtosecond pulses from near-infared tabletop lasers, provide unique research opportunities t ... More
Presented by Dr. Harald SCHNEIDER on 6/7/2016 at 2:00
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: X-ray structural analysis
The technique of X-ray diffraction with time resolution has shown tremendous progress recent years. This is due to the development of the accelerator technology, methods of generation of synchrotron radiation (SR), and fast X-ray detectors. The report reviews the main principles of time-resolved X-ray diffractometry and requirements to the object, equipment and detectors. Considered are the basic ... More
Presented by Prof. Boris TOLOCHKO on 6/7/2016 at 3:20
Type: Invited Oral Session: Invited Talks
Track: SR technological application and X-ray apparatus
This paper describes a novel x-ray phase contrast imaging technique called X-ray dark-field imaging (XDFI) that has been under development for the past 10 years. We describe the theory behind XDFI, the x-ray optics required for implementing it in practice, and algorithms used for 2D, 2.5D, and 3D image reconstruction. The XDFI optical chain consists of an asymmetrically cut, Bragg-type monochromat ... More
Presented by Prof. Masami ANDO on 5/7/2016 at 2:40
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