Kenneth Evans-Lutterodt

Physicist


K. Evans-Lutterodt research interests include hard-X-ray micro-diffraction, and investigating the possibility of phase contrast hard X-ray microscopy for biological systems and materials with variations on the sub-micron/nanometer length scale. In order to do this work, he is developing efficient, high resolution phase shifting optics, and trying to understand practical resolution limits. He is the spokesperson for Beamline X13B. Kenneth is helping develop a micro-diffraction end-station for X13B for general users.

Professional Activities

Phone: 344-2095
Fax: 631-344-3238
Email: kenne@bnl.gov


Education

  • Ph.D. 1989: Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • B.S. 1985: Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • B.S. 1985: Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Projects


Key Publications

  • M Guizar-Sicairos, K Evans-Lutterodt, A Isakovic, A Stein, J Warren, A Sandy, S Narayanan, J Fienup, One-dimensional Hard X-ray Field Retrieval using a Moveable Structure, Opt. Express, 18, 18374 (2010).
  • A Isakovic, A Stein, J Warren, A Sandy, S Narayanan, M Sprung, J Ablett, D Siddons, M Metzler, et. al., A bi-prism Interferometer for Hard X-ray Photons, J. Synch. Rad., 17, 451–455 (2010).
  • A Sandy, S Narayanan, M Sprung, J Su, K Evans-Lutterodt, A Isakovic, A Stein, Kinoform Optics Applied to X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy, J. Synch. Rad., 17, 314-320 (2010).
  • K Evans-Lutterodt, A Stein, J Ablett, N Bozovic, A Taylor, D Tennant, Using Compound Kinoform Hard-X-Ray Lenses to Exceed the Critical Angle Limit, Phys. Rev. Lett., 99, 134801 (2007).
  • K Evans-Lutterodt, J Ablett, A Stein, C Kao, D Tennant, F Klemens, A Taylor, C Jacobsen, P Gammel, et al., Single-element Elliptical Hard X-ray Micro-optics, Opt. Express, 11(8), 919-926 (2003).

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