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Current Status of Mirror-Based Nanofocusing and Adaptive Focusing for the Next Generation Synchrotron Radiation Sources

Type Of Event
Presentation
Sponsoring Division
XSD
Location
Hybrid: 401/A1100 and Virtual
Building Number
401
Room Number
A1100
Speaker
Professor Kazuto Yamauchi, Osaka University
Host
Lahsen Assoufid
Start Date
10-11-2022
Start Time
10:00 a.m.
Description

Abstract:

In recent years, the world's leading synchrotron radiation light sources have entered a period of upgrading, and the size and divergence of light sources have been greatly reduced. Such light sources have the potential to increase the photon density at the focal point by two orders of magnitude or more than the current level by reducing the focal size and increasing the photon flux toward the focal point. To address this, the requirements for focusing mirrors have become much more sophisticated. In this talk, I will introduce the latest research and development status of a very stable sub-10 nm focusing optics and a beam size tunable zoom condenser optics.

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09.28.2022

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