Michael Mousley

Michael Mousley
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) | LIST · Materials Research and Technology (MRT)

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PhD in experimental Physics ( University of York UK 2017)
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Introduction
I have a PhD in experimental Physics working with electron vortex beams and phase shaping technologies in transmission electron microscopes. Currently I am working on transmission Helium ion imaging.
Research
Research items (6)
Article
Structured electron beams carrying orbital angular momentum are currently of considerable interest, both from a fundamental point of view and for application in electron microscopy and spectroscopy. Until recently, most studies have focused on the azimuthal structure of electron vortex beams with well-defined orbital angular momentum. To unambiguou...
Preprint
Structured electron beams carrying orbital angular momentum are currently of considerable interest, both from a fundamental point of view and for application in electron microscopy and spectroscopy. Until recently, most studies have focused on the azimuthal structure of electron vortex beams with well-defined orbital angular momentum. To unambiguou...
Article
Electron vortex beams constitute the first class of matter vortex beams which are currently routinely produced in the laboratory. Here, we briefly review the progress of this nascent field and put forward a natural quantum basis set which we show is suitable for the description of electron vortex beams. The normal modes are truncated Bessel beams (...
Question
I am interested in using a similar method to DOI: 10.1002/smll.201502048. The strontium titanate would need to be able to be polished/prepared for use in a transmission electron microscope.
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Wavefront engineering is an important quantum technology. Here, we demonstrate the design and production of a robust C-shaped and orbital angular momentum (OAM) carrying beam in which the doughnut shaped structure contains an adjustable gap. We find that the presence of the vortex line in the core of the beam is crucial for the robustness of the C-...
Conference Paper
The development of metamaterials operating at visible light wavelengths requires metamaterials to be produced with nanoscale structure over large areas. Improvements in the efficiency of electron beam lithography (EBL) could play an important role in accelerating this development. In this paper we show the production of a shaped probe for use in EB...