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Charlie Bevis - What's going on at the bottom? Visualizing the nano-scale with lensless microscopy

posted Dec 2, 2017, 8:45 PM by Nicholas Johnston   [ updated Dec 2, 2017, 8:57 PM ]

Wednesday, December 6th at 5pm
Gamow Tower, 11th floor,
Commons Room
Free Pizza

How to Catch a Particle
Have you ever wondered what's going on when things get very small? Well, when you're talking about the nano-scale that's not such an easy question to answer, and even harder to visualize. To resolve such small objects we need to use very short wavelength light, such as X-rays. Unfortunately, we can't make lenses for this kind of light. Which leads to the interesting problem: how do you form an image without a lens? The answer is, of course, computers. Come hear about this exciting field and learn about the fundamentals of lensless nano-imaging!

Charlie Bevis
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