More news from Optique Henri Peter, in all its sectors of activity, in France and abroad.
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)
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, E., Lovric, G., Miettinen, A., Fardin L, Bayat S, Larsson A, Stampanoni M, Schittny JC, Schlepütz CM. Micrometer-resolution X-ray tomographic full-volume reconstruction of an intact post-mortem juvenile rat lung. Histochem Cell Biol 155, 215–226 (2021)
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.