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Single Grating Interferometer for X-Ray

[September 18, 2020]
Following the work of N. Morimoto et al., we selected three types of phase gratings and used each of them to build up single grating interferometers in VirtualLab Fusion.
[September 18, 2020]

Following the work of N. Morimoto et al., we selected three types of phase gratings and used each of them to build up single grating interferometers in VirtualLab Fusion.

X-ray imaging technologies are often based on the Talbot effect and the self-imaging of gratings. Following the work of N. Morimoto et al., we selected three types of phase gratings and used each of them to build up single grating interferometers in VirtualLab Fusion. With proper Fourier transform settings, we calculate the self-images i.e. the diffraction patterns behind the phase gratings (modeled as transmission functions) and compare the results from different types of gratings.

Following the work of N. Morimoto et al., we selected three types of phase gratings and used each of them to build up single grating interferometers in VirtualLab Fusion.
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Register now for our next VirtualLab Fusion Webinar!

[September 15, 2020]
In this webinar we will demonstrate the simulation of a series of interferometric setups in the fast physical optics software VirtualLab Fusion. Furthermore, we will illustrate some of the features which make VirtualLab Fusion a particularly user-friendly and efficient simulation tool for a wide range of interferometers.
[September 15, 2020]

In this webinar we will demonstrate the simulation of a series of interferometric setups in the fast physical optics software VirtualLab Fusion. Furthermore, we will illustrate some of the features which make VirtualLab Fusion a particularly user-friendly and efficient simulation tool for a wide range of interferometers.

In order to adapt to different time zones worldwide, we will hold this webinar twice (all times CEST):

30 September | 10:00 – 11:00 & 18:00 – 19:00

In this webinar we will demonstrate the simulation of a series of interferometric setups in the fast physical optics software VirtualLab Fusion. Furthermore, we will illustrate some of the features which make VirtualLab Fusion a particularly user-friendly and efficient simulation tool for a wide range of interferometers.
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Confocal Scanning Microscopy

[September 07, 2020]
We build up a confocal scanning microscope in VirtualLab Fusion, and, especially with the help of the grating component, we use a metallic grating as the test object to demonstrate the working principle and visualize the effects at different locations in the system.
[September 07, 2020]

We build up a confocal scanning microscope in VirtualLab Fusion, and, especially with the help of the grating component, we use a metallic grating as the test object to demonstrate the working principle and visualize the effects at different locations in the system.

Confocal laser scanning microscopy is a widely applied technology for both scientific research and industrial applications. Using a spatial pinhole at the image plane – conjugated to the location of the object – helps improve the resolution. We build up one such confocal scanning microscope in VirtualLab Fusion, and, especially with the help of the grating component, we use a metallic grating as the test object to demonstrate the working principle and visualize the effects at different locations in the system.

We build up a confocal scanning microscope in VirtualLab Fusion, and, especially with the help of the grating component, we use a metallic grating as the test object to demonstrate the working principle and visualize the effects at different locations in the system.
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Using Volume Gratings as Angular Filters

[August 27, 2020]
Following the work of K. Bang et al., we construct volume gratings in VirtualLab Fusion and analyze their angular response.
[August 27, 2020]

Following the work of K. Bang et al., we construct volume gratings in VirtualLab Fusion and analyze their angular response.

Volume gratings, due to their high spectral and angular sensitivities, can, in turn, be designed to function as either spectral or angular filters. Following the work of K. Bang et al., we construct such volume gratings in VirtualLab Fusion and analyze their angular response. In comparison to traditional spatial filtering employing a 4-f system, volume gratings can be integrated in complex systems compactly. As an example, we use a volume grating to suppress the higher diffraction orders of a DOE and demonstrate the effect.

Following the work of K. Bang et al., we construct volume gratings in VirtualLab Fusion and analyze their angular response.
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Register now for our next Webinar

[August 25, 2020]
Register now for our next webinar: Modeling and Design of Metagratings. Take part on 2 September and get deeper insights.
[August 25, 2020]

Register now for our next webinar: Modeling and Design of Metagratings. Take part on 2 September and get deeper insights.

We would like to invite you to take part in our next VirtualLab Fusion webinar. In order to adapt to different time zones worldwide, we will hold this webinar twice.

Register now for our next webinar: Modeling and Design of Metagratings. Take part on 2 September and get deeper insights.
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