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Dr Martin de Jonge

Dr Martin de Jonge
Dr Martin de Jonge
Lead Scientist, Nanoprobe

Role at ANSTO

Dr Martin de Jonge is a physicist who presently leads the design of the X-Ray Nanoprobe beamline at the Australian Synchrotron.

Working in collaboration with others, Martin has developed microprobe and nanoprobe methods including differential phase contrast, x-ray fluorescence imaging, x-ray fluorescence micro-computed tomography, and design of optical components including performance optimisation of diffractive focussing optics.  Martin has fostered the development and implementation of ptychography, scattering and diffraction methods at the X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy (XFM) beamline of the Australian Synchrotron, and aims to bring these methods to the future Nanoprobe beamline.


X-ray Microprobes & Nanoprobes, X-ray Fluorescence, Differential Phase Contrast, Beamline design, X-ray Fluorescence Tomography, Self-absorption, cryogenics, Energy dispersive x-ray detection

Qualifications & Achievements

  • CSIRO Research Achievement Medal (2012).
  • Post-Doctoral appointment at the Advanced Photon Source, Chicago, USA (2005-2007).
  • ASRP Thesis prize (2006).
  • The Chancellor’s Award, for 'excellence in a PhD thesis', University of Melbourne (2005).
  • PhD (Physics) -University of Melbourne (2005).
  • BA - University of Melbourne (1998).
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