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2019-10-29
17:27
[PUBDB-2019-03810] Report/Journal Article
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PymePix : a python library for SPIDR readout of Timepix3
[arXiv:1905.07999 [physics]]
PymePix is a new Python 3 library that provides control and acquisition for the Timepix3-SPIDR hardware. The rich set of data-structures and intuitive routines reduces time and coding effort to quickly configure, acquire, and visualize data from Timepix3. [...]
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2019-06-04
09:20
Embargoed OpenAccess [PUBDB-2019-02411] Report/Journal Article
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First demonstration of 3D optical readout of a TPC using a single photon sensitive Timepix3 based camera
[arXiv:1810.09955]
The ARIADNE project is developing innovative optical readout technologies for two-phase liquid Argon time projection chambers (LArTPCs). Optical readout presents an exciting alternative to the current paradigm of charge readout. [...]
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2018-08-22
14:26
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2018-03102] Journal Article
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Megahertz serial crystallography
The new European X-ray Free-Electron Laser is the first X-ray free-electron laser capable of delivering X-ray pulses with a megahertz inter-pulse spacing, more than four orders of magnitude higher than previously possible. However, to date, it has been unclear whether it would indeed be possible to measure high-quality diffraction data at megahertz pulse repetition rates. [...]
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2018-04-20
10:07
[PUBDB-2018-01797] Journal Article
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LAMBDA 2M GaAs—A multi-megapixel hard X-ray detector for synchrotrons
11th International Conference on Position Sensitive Detectors, PSD11, Walton Hall, Milton KeynesWalton Hall, Milton Keynes, UK, 3 Sep 2017 - 8 Sep 20172017-09-032017-09-08 Journal of Instrumentation 13(01), C01026 - C01026 () [10.1088/1748-0221/13/01/C01026]  GO
Synchrotrons can provide very intense and focused X-ray beams, which can be used tostudy the structure of matter down to the atomic scale. In many experiments, the quality of theresults depends strongly on detector performance; in particular, experiments studying dynamics ofsamples require fast, sensitive X-ray detectors.“LAMBDA” is a photon-counting hybrid pixel detector system for experiments at synchrotrons,based on the Medipix3 readout chip. [...]
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2018-01-11
10:57
[PUBDB-2018-00446] Journal Article
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Progress on TSV technology for Medipix3RX chip
The progress of Through Silicon Via (TSV) technology for Medipix3RX chip done at DESY is presented here. The goal of this development is to replace the wire bonds in X-ray detectors with TSVs, in order to reduce the dead area between detectors. [...]
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2018-01-10
11:27
[PUBDB-2018-00324] Journal Article
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Semiconductor materials for x-ray detectors
Energy quarterly 42(6), 445 - 450 () [10.1557/mrs.2017.95]  GO
Semiconductor x-ray detectors are widely used in experiments at synchrotron facilities. The performance of these detectors depends heavily on the semiconductor material properties. [...]
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2018-01-09
15:59
Embargoed OpenAccess [PUBDB-2018-00294] Journal Article

Next-generation materials for future synchrotron and free-electron laser sources
Energy quarterly 42(6), 418 - 423 () [10.1557/mrs.2017.118]  GO
The development of new materials and improvements of existing ones are at the root of the spectacular recent developments of new technologies for synchrotron storage rings and free-electron laser sources. This holds true for all relevant application areas, from electron guns to undulators, x-ray optics, and detectors. [...]
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2017-12-01
09:45
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-12644] Journal Article
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Non-uniform nanosecond gate-delay of hybrid pixel detectors
A simple experiment to characterize the gating properties of X-ray area detectors using pulsed X-ray sources is presented. For a number of time-resolved experiments the gating uniformity of area detectors is important. [...]
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2017-06-01
14:22
[PUBDB-2017-04151] Journal Article
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Femtosecond response of polyatomic molecules to ultra-intense hard X-rays
Nature <London> 546(7656), 129 - 132 () [10.1038/nature22373]  GO
X-ray free-electron lasers enable the investigation of the structure and dynamics of diverse systems, including atoms, molecules, nanocrystals and single bioparticles, under extreme conditions1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Many imaging applications that target biological systems and complex materials use hard X-ray pulses with extremely high peak intensities (exceeding 1020 watts per square centimetre)3, 5. [...]
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2017-01-09
13:42
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-00320] Journal Article
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X-ray deconvolution microscopy
Biomedical optics express 7(4), 1227 - 1239 () [10.1364/BOE.7.001227]  GO
Recent advances in single-photon-counting detectors are enabling the development of novel approaches to reach micrometer-scale resolution in x-ray imaging. One example of such a technology are the MEDIPIX3RX-based detectors, such as the LAMBDA which can be operated with a small pixel size in combination with real-time on-chip charge-sharing correction. [...]
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