School of Physics - Research Publications
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Modelling the inelastic scattering of fast electrons
Imaging at atomic resolution based on the inelastic scattering of electrons has become firmly established in the last three decades. Harald Rose pioneered much of the early theoretical work on this topic, in particular ...
Coherence properties of light propagated through a scattering medium
Partially-coherent, quasi-monochromatic optical fields are fully described by their Mutual Optical Intensity (MOI) or the phase-space equivalent, the Generalised Radiance (GR). This paper reports on the application of a ...
An algebraic solution of the multichannel problem applied to low energy nucleon-nucleus scattering
Compound resonances in nucleon-nucleus scattering are related to the discrete spectrum of the target. Such resonances can be studied in a unified and general framework by a scattering model that uses sturmian expansions ...
Diffraction-contrast imaging of cold atoms
We consider the inverse problem of in-line holography, applied to minimally-destructive imagingof cold atom clouds. Absorption imaging near resonance provides a simple, but destructive measurementof atom column density. ...
Instabilities leading to vortex lattice formation in rotating bose-einstein condensates
(The Australian Institute of Physics, 2006)