Entries by Rakchanok Rungsawang

Success story

EU-funded VOXEL project develop an innovative way to create three-dimensional imaging without the high doses of X-ray radiation by adapting a technique called plenoptic imaging. http://ec.europa.eu/research/infocentre/article_en.cfm?artid=50350

RIAO / OPTILAS / MOPM 2019 in Cancún

You are invited to X-ray optics workshop at RIAO 2019 in Cancún, Mexico. Workshop website The target of this workshop is to put together leading experts, leading developers of x-ray optics and optical simulation software tools for synchrotron and FEL radiation. Main topics will be: In Situ Metrology – Wavefront Sensors Adaptive optic and close […]

Single-shot EUV wavefront measurements of HHG

Imagine Optic’s EUV wavefront sensor is a key instrument to understand the amplitude and phase transfer parameters from a femtosecond (fs) laser beam to high-order harmonic generation. Thanks to adaptive optics control of the fs beam, researchers at Lund University and LOA demonstrated drastic improvement of harmonic wavefront, energy and beam profile. H. DACASA, et […]

InovAO project

Imagine Optic and their research partners ESPCI, ENS and CNRS are pleased to announce new ANR project called InovAO for the development of new adaptive optics for microscopy & imagining.

HASO R-Flex video

Introduction video of HASO R-Flex, optical metrology tool based on wavefront sensing for characterizing optics. For more information about this product or live demonstration please write to us at contact@imagine-optic.com or call us +33 (0)1 64 86 15 60.  


Early diagnosis of Breast Cancer using innovative laser-driven X-Ray sources and phase-contrast X-Ray imaging The X-Pulse project is a collaborative R&D project targeting early, reliable, breast cancer diagnosis with lower patient dose. The consortium will build a pre-clinical X-Ray imaging prototype, based on innovative technological bricks, such as an intense X-Ray source based on ultra-fast […]

Euronews – VOXEL project

Imagine Optic, within the EU-funded VOXEL Project, develops disruptive 3D X-Ray imaging systems at very low-dose, as an alternative to X-Ray tomography. Success in this technology will open a novel route to drastically reduce the dose absorbed by the patient when 3D Imaging is required, thus minimizing the overall examination risk while keeping a good […]