This research project will develop three new crystal-optics techniques for quantitative X-ray phase-contrast imaging. These techniques will reveal the internal structure of low-absorption materials, where traditional x-ray radiography methods often struggle to provide sufficient contrast. The quantitative mapping of the complex amplitude of x-ray radiation will have a wide range of possible applications, from medical or biological imaging through to materials science imaging.
|Effective start/end date||27/10/05 → 27/04/09|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD240,000.00