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Acoustic trapping for biomedical analysis (Martin Wiklund)

Period: 2000-01-01 - 2010-12-31

A longitudinal hemispherical standing-wave ultrasonic trap for size-selective separation of microspheres in capillaries is utilized for biomedical trace element analysis. The trap utilizes the » more
Cell programming by nanoscaled devices - CellPROM (Professor Hans Hertz)

Period: 2004-03-01 - 2008-02-28

The vision of this project is to develop a new generation of nano-biotechnological equipment, the CellPROMs. As the EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) paved the way towards the broad » more
Compact soft X-ray sources (Professor Hans Hertz)

Period: 1997-01-01

A compact, debris-free, high-repetition-rate, high-brightness soft X-ray source based on laser-plasma interaction with microscopic liquid jets or droplets as target has been developed. The major » more
Cross disciplinary optical resource (Göran Manneberg)

Period: 1997-01-01

The research leader, possibly in collaboration with master thesis authors at KTH, engages in problems of optical or laser nature arising in other fields of science or technology, aiming at solving the » more
Liquid-metal-jet anode electron-impact X-ray sources (Professor Hans Hertz)

Period: 2001-09-01

A new electron-impact hard X-ray source based on a high-speed liquid-metal-jet anode has been developed. Initial calculations and proof-of-principle experiments show that this new anode concept could » more
Phase-sensitive imaging in the soft and hard x-ray range (Ulrich Vogt)

Period: 2006-01-01 - 2011-12-31

Phase-sensitive imaging has a long history of success in optical microscopy and has the potential to become equally important in the x-ray regime. The physical reason is the access to the » more
Soft X-ray microscopy (Professor Hans Hertz)

Period: 1996-01-01

We have developed a compact soft X-ray microscope suitable for high-resolution X-ray imaging of, e.g., thick wet biological material.

The tabletop microscope utilizes a laser-plasma X-ray » more


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