Ptychography and ptychographic X-ray computed tomography (PXCT) are synchrotron-based imaging techniques that are taking advantage of the increased coherence of the new generation diffraction-limited storage rings. PXCT allows reconstruction of the sample electron-density in space and imaging 3D samples with resolution down to nanometers.

NanoMAX and SoftiMAX beamlines at the MAX IV Laboratory provide cutting edge coherent nano-beams very suitable for PXCT experiments in hard and soft X-ray regimes. PXCT experiments produce large data volumes and are demanding on computing resources.

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