8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST / 16:00 BST
Application Specialist -
Physical Sciences Imaging
Technology Application Specialist
An introduction to the importance of indirect detection for high resolution X-Ray and neutron imaging applications with some key principles. Covering the importance of scintillators, as a very interesting material, enabling indirect detection via their intrinsic property of luminescence. Then a closer look at single crystal type scintillating materials and potential future development in the field. This will also cover key parameters that can influence the final performance of indirect detection imaging systems.
A brief look at the Zyla HF, the world's first fibre optic camera, built using sCMOS technology by Andor Technology. The section will cover the concept and design of this unique device as well as showcase the key performance specifications of this workhorse detector. Finishing the presentation, Crytur will present a range of specific scintillators optimized and chosen carefully for Andor Zyla HF camera based on our experience and measurements. This includes details on the measurement method and results achieved with Andor's state-of-the-art device. High resolution imaging requires the right choice of scintillating screens and can be quite a tricky task.