Tag Archive for: X-ray diffraction computed tomography

Latest work on diffraction tomography of a commercially-available cylindrical NMC liion battery

We are excited to share with you our work on a commercially-available cylindrical NMC li-ion battery using XRD-CT. The paper, entitled “Cycling Rate-Induced Spatially-Resolved Heterogeneities in Commercial Cylindrical Li-Ion Batteries, was published as open access in Small Methods: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/smtd.202100512. The work was led by our R&D Lead Scientist Dr Antony Vamvakeros and Dr Dorota Matras […]

Work on regression CNN that performs full profile analysis of powder diffraction data published in new paper

PhD candidate Hongyang Dong and Finden research scientists have developed a regression CNN that performs full profile analysis of powder diffraction data yielding physicochemical information (scale factors, lattice parameters and crystallite size) from multiphase systems. This project was performed in collaboration with National Physical Laboratory, STFC Scientific Machine Learning Group and UCL Department of Chemistry. […]

Watch recorded webinar on Chemical Tomography and Neural Networks

Our Research and Development Lead Scientist Antony Vamvakeros gave a webinar on chemical tomography and neural networks on the 20th May hosted by the Neel Institut Synchrotron X-ray chemical tomography methods combine a scattering or spectroscopic technique with a tomographic data acquisition approach. These non-destructive methods yield a cross-section of the studied sample where each […]