More news from Optique Henri Peter, in all its sectors of activity, in France and abroad.
We are very happy to participate as sponsor at the next ALBA User Meeting that will take place from 5 to 8 September, at ALBA Synchrotron in Cerdanyola del Vallès (Barcelona).
Can’t wait to meet you there !
Optique Peter will be attending XRM2022, the 15th International Conference on X-ray Microscopy, organised by NSRRC, Taiwan, from June 19th to 24th ! We look forward to meeting you at our virtual booth
Don’t miss our presentation on Tuesday at 11:45 CET (17:45 Asia CST)!
Such impressive results in real time tomography at beamline 2-BM of the Advanced Photon Source ! The scientific team uses our Triple Objective microscope to select a region of interest in the 3D volume and swap lens live, providing 3-step zooming while directly looking at the same 3D volume of interest.
Nikitin et al., 2022. Real-time streaming tomographic reconstruction
Optique Peter was pleased to participate at the 14th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI2021) from 28 March to 1 April. Congrats to all speakers for their very interesting presentations !
Click here to read the talk given by Xavier Rochet, President of Optique Peter, on Tuesday 29.
Nice application with our White Beam X-Ray imaging microscope to understand lion batteries degradation, at the BMIT beamline of Canadian Light Source.
Congratulations to Toby Bond and the team for helping the industry produce safer, longer-lasting batteries for electric vehicles !
Toby Bond, on the BMIT beamline (Canadian Light Source)
Optique Peter is very happy to see the Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI) making good use of its White Beam X-Ray imaging microscope !
Thank you Dr Phakkhananan Pakawanit, Beamline Scientist, Dr Prapaiwan Sunwong, Accelerator Physicist, and Supawan Srichan, Engineer for your valued explanations.
Dr. Phakkhananan Pakawanit, Beamline Scientist, at Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI)
Optique Peter will be participating at the ESRF User Meeting, that will take place online from 7 to 9 February.
We are looking forward to meeting you at our virtual booth on Tuesday 8 February !
Find out more information about the event here.
One more fruitful use of our X-Ray imaging microscope, at DESY’s PETRA III light source !
A research team, led by the University of Göttingen and Hannover Medical School (MHH), used our instrument to inspect the heart tissue structure from patients who succumbed to Covid-19.
Reichardt et al., 2021. 3D virtual Histopathology of Cardiac Tissue from Covid-19 Patients based on Phase-Contrast X-ray Tomography
World Nuclear Exhibition is starting today at Paris Nord Villepinte ! We will be pleased to meet you during the next 3 days.
See you booth K44 to tell you more about our Nuclear activities !
Optique Peter will participate to the 5th edition of the Rendez-Vous Nuclear Valley. Let’s meet online or in person, on November 23rd, 24th and 25th !
Until we meet, discover more about our Nuclear Hot Laboratories activity
The Indus-2 imaging beamline at the Indian Synchrotron Source is equipped with an Optique Peter White Beam Microscope.
Thanks to an improved penetration, an achievement of high resolution, high SNR, reduced exposure time, high frame rate and 3D imaging, the Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) team has successfully demonstrated the capabilities of white beam based X-Ray imaging.
High-resolution phase-contrast radiographic images of a TRISO (Tri-Iso) coated ZrO2 particle using (a) white and (b) monochromatic beam. (c) The installed system at the imaging beamline.
New world record in Tomoscopy: 1000 tomograms per second at the TOMCAT beamline of the Swiss Light Source !
Thanks to its high-numerical-aperture 4X/0.35 macroscope, Optique Peter is very proud of its contribution to this new record, at Paul Scherrer Institut PSI.
(photo: Paul Scherrer Institute / Mahir Dzambegovic)
Nuclear Valley has selected Xavier Rochet as the portrait of the month. The President of Optique Peter has therefore been interviewed by the Nuclear Valley team.
Discover the full presentation here.
Another success for the High-Resolution macroscope 4x/0.35 !
At Paul Scherrer Institut, a high-resolution 3D image of a full and intact rat lung was realized. The team of researchers have indeed used a fast large-volume tomographic imaging method to imaging the rat lung within a very limited time: 22 minutes.
Borisova et al., 2020. Micrometer-resolution X-ray tomographic full-volume reconstruction of an intact post-mortem juvenile rat lung
Optique Peter will participate to the event HOTLAB 2019 which will be held from September 8th to 10th, in Mammallapuram, India.
Let’s meet at our booth !
Xavier Rochet, President of Optique Peter will also present the Design and operation of optical equipment dedicated to Post Irradiation Examination (PIE) in Hot Laboratories, on September 9th at 13.00, room C5. Hope to see you there !
Until we meet, we invite you to know more about our Nuclear Hot Laboratories activity
We are pleased to announce the publication of our last research paper: High-numerical-aperture macroscope optics for time-resolved experiments.
At the TOMCAT beamline of the Swiss Light Source at the Paul Scherrer Institut, our high resolution macroscope 4x/0.35 offers increased spatial resolution and very high image quality, unlocking unprecedented possibilities for the tomographic investigations of dynamic processes and radiation-sensitive samples.
Buhrer, M., Stampanoni, M., Rochet, X., Buchi, F., Eller, J. & Marone, F. (2019). High-numerical-aperture macroscope optics for time-resolved experiments. J. Synchrotron Rad. 26, 1161-1172.
Optique Peter delivered a Raman multi-wavelength spectroscopy microscope for glove box to CEA Marcoule; it is linked to an oven for high temperature on-site Raman analyses, and imaging analyses and hardness measurements. A similar system for a hot laboratory cell is currently in development.
Optique Peter delivered a very high resolution, very high aperture macroscope for high speed X-ray imaging to the SLS synchrotron in Switzerland (PSI); this macroscope will be used with the GigaFRoST camera (Gigabit Fast Readout System for Tomography) developed by the PSI.