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FLS 2010 Workshop Program: X-Ray Detectors for Next-Generation X-Ray Sources-The Fine Art of High-Speed X-Ray Imaging--Daniel Rolles, CFEL

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X-Ray Detectors for Next-Generation X-Ray Sources-The Fine Art of High-Speed X-Ray Imaging--Daniel Rolles, CFEL

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Panofsky Auditorium

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3/2/2010 10:00 AM

End Time

3/2/2010 10:30 AM

Abstract

X-Ray Detectors for Next-Generation X-Ray Sources-The Fine Art of High-Speed X-Ray Imaging

Daniel Rolles
CFEL

The advent of X-ray Free Electron Lasers with typical repetition rates of a few ten Hz up to a few MHz has triggered the development of new X-ray detectors whose frame rates match the repetition rates and whose high efficiency and low noise allow single-shot single-photon counting to enable e.g. single-shot imaging experiments. Two types of detectors, one based on the pnCCD technology and one on the active pixel technology, will be discussed in detail and first results obtained at LCLS with the pnCCD will be presented.

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