Jinfeng Yang

Osaka University

Jinfeng Yang is an Associate Professor of accelerator physics and materials science at the Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University, Japan. He has worked on the generation and applications of high-brightness femtosecond/picosecond pulsed electron beams in the particle accelerator field for over twenty years. He has published more than 100 papers in indexed scientific journals and international conferences. He developed a pulse radiolysis with femtosecond resolution. The development opened the first experimental study of radiation chemistry in femtosecond time regions. His current research is concerned with the development of ultrafast electron diffraction/microscopy with relativistic femtosecond electron pulses and the study of ultrafast phenomena including structural dynamics and chemical/biochemical reactions.

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Imaging and spectroscopy are the most important and challenging techniques for not only research on materials science, chemistry, and biology, but also medical diagnoses. In this book, we have collected information on several novel imaging and spectroscopic techniques, including time-resolved electron diffraction/microscopy for materials science, various spectroscopes for physics and chemistry, and high-resolution computed tomography for medical science. We think that the content in each chapter is impressive and we hope this book will contribute to future instrument developments and new applications.

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