World's most brilliant compact
Advancing x-ray Imaging
Our liquid metal target based x-ray generation innovations
See our laser-driven LPXSource installation at ELI Beamlines below.
Our plasma source, including all of its support systems and x-ray shielding, fits into a volume of 2’ x 3’ x 1’. A complete system with its driving laser typically fits onto a 8’x’4’ optical table and is therefore small enough for laboratory based research. The sources can operate at any repetition rate and produce a usable x-ray flux with as little as 1mJ / pulse.
Our source can be integrated in an existing or new x-ray optical setup. The system integration can be done by us or we can provide technical advice for integration.
Who We Are
Research Instruments Corporation develops liquid metal target based x-ray source technologies and x-ray imaging devices that outperform conventional x-ray tube technology including the laser-driven x-ray plasma source LPXSource. Suitable for scientific, medical and industrial applications, our devices are engineered to be compact, ultra-low maintenance, and ultra-fast. Our sources and imaging techniques bring the power of large user facilities into your own lab or OEM system.
Dr Bruce M Becker, M.D.
Dr Bruce M Becker, M.D., M.P.H., FACE is Chief Medical Officer. Dr Becker recently retired from clinical practice in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rhode Island Hospital and remains a professor in the School of Public Health at Brown University. Bruce is overseeing all clinical research and patient centered applications at Research Instruments Corporation .
He has many years of experience in research as well as patient care in the United States and austere medical settings at disaster sites and refugee camps around the world.
Keith Bisogno is Chief Business Officer focusing on go to market strategy, investors and business case. Keith previously held a variety of senior-level corporate roles at Thermo Fisher Scientific, including Vice President Brand and Vice President Corporate Marketing where he executed global campaigns, commercial and digital marketing initiatives helping propel the world’s largest life science tools company beyond $22+ billion in sales with 70,000 employees in 50 countries.
Bernhard W. Adams Ph.D.
Bernhard W. Adams Ph.D. is Head of Quantum Optics. He graduated from Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich and was a member of the LAPPD development team member creating ultrafast imaging photon sensor while at Incom. His primary research interests are in the field of quantum optics, specifically with regard to photon sensors.Previously he worked at synchrotron-radiation facilities in Hamburg, Germany, and at Argonne National Laboratory with a focus on x-ray optics and quantum optics, and then in industry on a novel, ultrafast imaging photon sensor called LAPPD. He holds 3 patents and published 70 papers.
Daniel DeCiccio is a Co-inventor involved with Research Instruments Corporation since it was founded to advance x-ray imaging. Daniel is a serial entrepreneur and most recently co-founder of Vitae Industries. He earned dual B.Sc'sin Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Physics from Brown University. Daniel was awarded the National Science Foundations' Graduate Research Fellowship for his undergraduate work.
Christoph Rose-Petruck Ph.D.
Christoph Rose-Petruck (Ph.D. Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, 1993) is Chief Science Officer and Co-founder of Research Instruments and a professor of chemistry at Brown University in Providence, RI. He is primarily responsible for customer-relations and manages the research and development. Dr. Rose-Petruck’s expertise is in the development of plasma X-ray sources for ultrafast, time resolved X-ray spectroscopy, high-sensitivity X-ray imaging of materials and in bio-medical applications. He has published over 75 papers, 42 of which are concerned with X-ray production, imaging, and ultrafast x-ray probing of reactions.
LPX Source Installation
Research Instruments Corporation’s recent installation of the liquid metal platform laser-driven LPXSource is operating on the ELI Beamlines outside of Prague. The LPXSource is the world’s brightest x-ray source capable of delivering tender, soft X-rays with a 10-μm spot size.
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