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    X-Ray Microscopy

    Courses

    Summer term

    Basic Principles of Two- and Three-Dimensional X-Ray Imaging

    Basic Principles of Two- and Three-Dimensional X-Ray Imaging Course no.: 9221560

    Dr. rer. nat. Simon Zabler & Dr. Theobald Fuchs

    (4 hours per week, lecture with seminar presentations, exam)
    Friday, 10:00 - 13:00 Uhr
    Campus Hubland Nord - SE 63.00.319

    Contents

    • Physics of x-ray generation (x-ray tubes, synchrotron)
    • Physics of the interaction of x-rays and matter (photoabsorption, scattering)
    • Physics of x-ray detection
    • Mathematics of reconstruction algorithms (filtered back projection, Fourier reconstruction, iterative methods)
    • Image data preprocessing, feature extraction, visualisation, ...
    • Applications for x-ray imaging in industry (component testing, characterisation of materials, metrology, biology, ...)
    • Radiation protection and biological radiation effect (dose, ...)
    Imaging Methods on Synchrotron

    Imaging Methods on Synchrotron Course no.: 9230700

    Dr. Simon Zabler

    (3 hours per week, lecture/practical work)
    Friday, 13:00 - 17:00 Uhr
    Campus Hubland Nord - SE 63.00.319

    Contents

    • Overview of Synchrotron radiation and its generation
    • Basic principles of interaction of radiation - matters
    • Basic principles of  X-ray optics,  X-ray lenses
    • Detector technology on Synchrotron/X-Ray diffractometry (diffraction) on cristalline materials
    • Narrow-angle scattering on mesoscopic materials
    • Reflectometry in grazing incidence
    • Coherent and partially coherent imaging and tomography
    • Spectroscopic imaging (XANES, XRF, EXAFS)
    • Selected examples of applications (e. g. Protein cristallization)

    Winter term

    Methods of Non-Destructive Material- and Component Characterization

    Methods of Non-Destructive Material- and Component Characterization course no.: 9230620

    Prof. Dr. Randolf Hanke & Dr. Norman Uhlmann

    (3 hours per week, lecture/practical work)
    Friday, 10:00 - 12:00 Uhr
    Campus Hubland Nord - SE 63.00.319

    Contents

    • X-ray imaging
    • Computer tomography (basic principles, methods and applications)
    • Neutron radiology
    • Ultrasound ( basic principles and applications )
    • Thermography
    Image- and Signal Processing in Physics

    Image- and Signal Processing in Physics course no.: 9230740

    Dr. Simon Zabler & Dr. Theobald Fuchs

    (4 hours per week, lecture/practical work)
    Friday, 10:00 - 12:00 (lecture)
    Friday, 14:00 - 16:00 (practical work)
    Physik SE 6

    Contents

    • Periodic and aperiodic signals
    • Basic principles of discrete and exact Fourier-transformation
    • Basic principles of digital signal- and image processing
    • Discretization of signals / sampling theorem (Shannon)
    • Homogenenous and linear filters, the convolution product
    • Window functions and interpolation of images
    • The Parseval-Theorem, correlation and energetic considerations
    • Statistical signals, image noise, moments, stationary signals
    • Tomography: Hankel- und Radon-transforms

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