Ian Pape

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Ian Pape is a Senior Support Scientist for B16.  Ian worked at Nottingham University previously.

My role at Diamond is to support internal and external users on the Test Beamline, B16. The purpose of the role is to maximise the quality of service which we deliver to Users and to ensure optimum efficiency of experiments.

 

Email: ian.pape@diamond.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1235 778584

Key Research Area

  • Refractive x-ray optics
  • X-ray reflectivity
  • Deep reactive ion etching of silicon moulds for the fabrication of diamond x-ray focusing lenses, A.M. Malik, O.J.L.Fox, L. Alianelli, A.M. Korsunsky, R. Stevens, I.M. Loader, M.C. Wilson, I. Pape (DLS), K.J.S. Sawhney, P.W. May, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 23(12), 125018 (2013).
     
  • At-wavelength metrology using the Moire fringe analysis method based on a two dimensional grating interferometer, H. Wang, S. Berujon, I. Pape (DLS), Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research A, Vol 710 (2013), P78-81.
     
  • X-ray phase microscopy using the speckle tracking technique, S. Berujon, H. Wang, I. Pape (DLS), Applied Physics Letters, Vol 102, Issue 15, Article number 154105 (2013). 
  • X-ray wavefront characterization of a Fresnel zone plate using a two-dimensional grating interferometer, H. Wang, S. Berujon, I. Pape (DLS), Optics Letters, Vol 38, Issue 6 (2013), P827-829.
     
  • X-ray sub micrometer phase contrast imaging with a Fresnel zone plate and a two dimensional grating interferometer, Optics Letters, Vol. 37(10), 1622-1624 (2012), S. Berujon, H. Wang, I. Pape (DLS), K. Sawhney, S. Rutishauser, and C. David. High efficiency nano-focusing kinoform optics for synchrotron radiation, L. Alianelli, K. Sawhney, R. Barrett, I. Pape (DLS), A. Malik, M.C. Wilson Optics Express, Vol. 19, Issue 12, 2011, 11120-11127.

 

  1. Research Expertise
  2. Collaborations
  3. Publications
  4. Biography
Research Expertise -

Research Expertise

I support the Optics Scientists in measuring the properties of novel optics on the beamline. Examples of research is Compound Refractive Lenses fabricated from diamond and Kinoform lenses made from silicon. It is of scientific interest because both lens types have the potential for nanofocussing combined with low absorption of the x-ray beam. 

My work focuses on: Performing measurements of micro and nano focusing optics; Developing beamline instrumentation to perform precise and reliable measurements on B16; and Developing methods and techniques on the Test beamline. 

Collaborations - +

Collaborations

Publications - +

Publications

  • Deep reactive ion etching of silicon moulds for the fabrication of diamond x-ray focusing lenses, A.M. Malik, O.J.L.Fox, L. Alianelli, A.M. Korsunsky, R. Stevens, I.M. Loader, M.C. Wilson, I. Pape (DLS), K.J.S. Sawhney, P.W. May, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 23(12), 125018 (2013).
     
  • At-wavelength metrology using the Moire fringe analysis method based on a two dimensional grating interferometer, H. Wang, S. Berujon, I. Pape (DLS), Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research A, Vol 710 (2013), P78-81.
     
  • X-ray phase microscopy using the speckle tracking technique, S. Berujon, H. Wang, I. Pape (DLS), Applied Physics Letters, Vol 102, Issue 15, Article number 154105 (2013).
     
  • X-ray wavefront characterization of a Fresnel zone plate using a two-dimensional grating interferometer, H. Wang, S. Berujon, I. Pape (DLS), Optics Letters, Vol 38, Issue 6 (2013), P827-829.
     
  • X-ray sub micrometer phase contrast imaging with a Fresnel zone plate and a two dimensional grating interferometer, Optics Letters, Vol. 37(10), 1622-1624 (2012), S. Berujon, H. Wang, I. Pape (DLS), K. Sawhney, S. Rutishauser, and C. David. High efficiency nano-focusing kinoform optics for synchrotron radiation, L. Alianelli, K. Sawhney, R. Barrett, I. Pape (DLS), A. Malik, M.C. Wilson Optics Express, Vol. 19, Issue 12, 2011, 11120-11127.
Biography - +

Biography