For the period 6/1/2013-9/31/2013, Young Pyo Hong will be working on the development and application of x-ray fluorescence tomography as a part of the development of multiscale, multimode x-ray imaging development under the Tao of Fusion LDRD project. In hard x-ray microscopy experiments at Argonne National Laboratory, Mr. Hong will concentrate on the development of methods for fluorescence tomography, including experiments with the Bionanoprobe (a new cryogenic scanning microscope) and experiments at the 2-ID-E, 2-ID-D, and 2-ID-B beamlines. Mr. Hong’s activities will include the exploration of dose fractionation in fluorescence tomography, and the quantitative combination of phase contrast and fluorescence image data. His work will involve data analysis and software development at Northwestern University, participation in occasional meetings at Argonne, and work at Argonne both in sample preparation and in operation of the x-ray microscopes involved in this work.
|Effective start/end date||6/3/13 → 9/30/14|
- UChicago Argonne, LLC, Argonne National Laboratory (3J-30081-0002A)
- Department of Energy (3J-30081-0002A)
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