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Single exposure imaging of talbot carpets and resolution characterization of detectors for micro- and nano- patterns

Single exposure imaging of talbot carpets and resolution characterization of detectors for micro- and nano- patterns
Single exposure imaging of talbot carpets and resolution characterization of detectors for micro- and nano- patterns
In this paper, we demonstrate a self-imaging technique that can visualize longitudinal interference patterns behind periodically-structured objects, which is often referred to as Talbot carpet. Talbot carpet is of great interest due to ever-decreasing scale of interference features. We demonstrate experimentally that Talbot carpets can be imaged in a single exposure configuration revealing a broad spectrum of multi-scale features. We have performed rigorous diffraction simulations for showing that Talbot carpet print can produce ever-decreasing structures down to limits set by mask feature sizes. This demonstrates that large-scale pattern masks may be used for direct printing of features with substantially smaller scales. This approach is also useful for characterization of image sensors and recording media
1226-4776
245-250
Kim, Hyunsu
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Danylyuk, Serhiy
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Brocklesby, William
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Juschkin, Larissa
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Kim, Hyunsu
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Danylyuk, Serhiy
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Brocklesby, William
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Juschkin, Larissa
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Kim, Hyunsu, Danylyuk, Serhiy, Brocklesby, William and Juschkin, Larissa (2016) Single exposure imaging of talbot carpets and resolution characterization of detectors for micro- and nano- patterns. Journal of the Optical Society of Korea, 20 (2), 245-250. (doi:10.3807/JOSK.2016.20.2.245).

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Abstract

In this paper, we demonstrate a self-imaging technique that can visualize longitudinal interference patterns behind periodically-structured objects, which is often referred to as Talbot carpet. Talbot carpet is of great interest due to ever-decreasing scale of interference features. We demonstrate experimentally that Talbot carpets can be imaged in a single exposure configuration revealing a broad spectrum of multi-scale features. We have performed rigorous diffraction simulations for showing that Talbot carpet print can produce ever-decreasing structures down to limits set by mask feature sizes. This demonstrates that large-scale pattern masks may be used for direct printing of features with substantially smaller scales. This approach is also useful for characterization of image sensors and recording media

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Accepted/In Press date: 29 February 2016
Published date: April 2016
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 406669
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/406669
ISSN: 1226-4776
PURE UUID: 0a9eec16-51cf-4fcd-a2c5-a787d6c90a09
ORCID for William Brocklesby: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2123-6712

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Date deposited: 18 Mar 2017 02:28
Last modified: 03 Dec 2019 02:05

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Author: Hyunsu Kim
Author: Serhiy Danylyuk
Author: Larissa Juschkin

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