Current work in x-ray computed tomography centers on diffraction effects in micro CT and computed tomography of integrated circuit interconnects.
As scale lengths get smaller, diffraction becomes increasingly prominent in tomography. The work here develops diffraction tomography for laboratory sources.
A new laboratory scale instrument at NIST/Boulder is dedicated to tomography of integrated circuit interconnects. Tomography software written in-house is being used to perform reconstructions.
Data for the study on water-injected CT phantoms (all links go to files stored in the Amazon web service cloud):