Rajmund Mokso

Rajmund Mokso


Imaging Core Group Member, Internal LINXS Fellow

Rajmund is a senior scientist, professor at the MAX IV Laboratory (Lund University) and an honorary professor at the Technical University of Denmark. He is a specialist in X-ray physics with emphasis on the enhancement of X-ray imaging for biology and material science applications: development and applications of coherent imaging with improved temporal and spatial resolution.

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Areas of Research/Expertise
X-ray imaging instrumentation: Design and development of synchrotron based X-ray tomographic imaging instrumentation. With special emphasis on time-resolved imaging.
Bio-imaging: Implementation of new approaches to enable micro meter resolution in vivo X-ray imaging in three dimensions.
Phase sensitivity: Contribution to wave-optics description of partially coherent X-ray imaging systems and interpretation of phase effects to enhance contrast.

Work experience
2015 −present   Scientist / Med MAX project leader, Lund University, Lund, Sweden. Max IV Laboratory.
2009 − 2015   Beamline Scientist, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland. Swiss Light Source: X-ray imaging methods and applications
2008 − 2009   Premier assistant, CIBM, EPFL Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. Department of Radiology: development of fast X-ray imaging
2007 − 2008   Post Doctor, Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway. Quantum chemistry: structure and dynamics
2003 − 2006   Research fellow, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France. X-ray imaging group - tomography.

 2003 − 2006   University Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, France Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Material Physics and Nanostructures - Development and applications of coherent imaging with improved temporal and spatial resolution
2001 − 2003   Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at Czech Technical University in Prague Involved in PhD study program - Development of X-ray computerized tomographic methods for the study of Osteoporosis
1995 − 2001 Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering at Czech Technical University in Prague Master of Engineering, Applied Physics/Physical Electronics - Modelling and Interpretation of fine X-ray spectra from laser produced plasmas