Doctoral Dissertation

22.8.2018 M.Sc. Marko Käyhkö (Facul­ty of Mat­hema­tics and Science, Physics)


22.8.2018 12:00 — 15:00

Location: Ylistonrinne , FYS1
Release: 22.8.2018 "Transition-edge sensors for particle-induced X-ray emission". (Käyhkö)
M.Sc. Marko Käyhkö defends his doctoral dissertation in Physics "Transition-edge sensors for particle-induced X-ray emission".

Opponent Dr. Primoz Pelicon (Josef Stefan Institute, Slovenia)  and Custos Professor Timo Sajavaara (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.

Abstract: In his thesis “Transition-edge sensors for particle-induced X-ray emission” MSc Marko Käyhkö has used a method called particle-induced X-ray emission. With the used methdod, elemental analysis can be done routinely in many laboratories, but identification of chemical species requires much more precise detectors. For this reason, transition-edge sensors are used to detect the fine details of X-ray (emission) spectrum. What makes this research unique is the ability to do both the elemental analysis and chemical speciation with the same equipment.

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