- A paper using CITIUS has been published by Dr. Haruki Nishino. "The false beat signal of a high-speed X-ray imaging detector for synchrotron radiation experiments and its elimination with a synchronized CITIUS detector"https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168900223007015
- A paper using CITIUS has been published by a team led by Dr. Yukio Takahashi. "High-resolution and high-sensitivity X-ray ptychographic coherent diffraction imaging using the CITIUS detector"https://scripts.iucr.org/cgi-bin/paper?S1600577523004897
- A paper using CITIUS has been published by a team led by Dr. Marie-Ingrid Richard. "Bragg coherent diffraction imaging with the CITIUS charge-integrating detector"https://scripts.iucr.org/cgi-bin/paper?S1600576723004314
- The material of CITIUS at Pixel 2022 by Dr. Hatsui of RIKEN is available.The material of CITIUS at Pixel 2022 by Dr. Hatsui of RIKEN is available. https://indico.cern.ch/event/829863/contributions/4479490/
The CITIUS X-ray detector system is a direct detection type next-generation X-ray image detector.
Direct detection has become a standard in recent years and achieves high sensitivity and effective zero noise. The CITIUS X-ray detector system is also a next-generation X-ray image detector capable of detecting high-intensity X-rays. It performs a high counting rate that cannot be achieved with the current state-of-the-art photon-counting detectors and has the world's highest performance.
This new CITIUS detector system enables high dynamic range imaging and high-speed imaging, and we hope to contribute to the further development of synchrotron radiation science.
CITIUS electro-optical performance that achieves a high count rate of 600 Mcps or a high frame rate of 17.4 kfps.
Introduction of the camera-head line-up