## A.P. Konijnenberg

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## Authored

We report on a method that allows microscopic image reconstruction from extreme-ultraviolet diffraction patterns without the need for object support constraints or other prior knowledge about the object structure. This is achieved by introducing additional diversity through ro ...

Diffractive shearing interferometry (DSI) is a method that has recently been developed to perform lensless imaging using extreme ultraviolet radiation generated by high-harmonic generation. In this paper, we investigate the uniqueness of the DSI solution and the requirements f ...

Ptychography is a form of coherent diffractive imaging; it employs far-field intensity patterns of the object to reconstruct the object. In ptychography, an important limiting factor for the reconstructed image quality is the uncertainty in the probe positions. Here, we propos ...

In the theory of partial coherence, coherence singularities can occur in the spectral degree of coherence (SDOC): in case the fields at two different points are completely uncorrelated, the phase of the SDOC is undefined. For a partially coherent vortex beam, the detection of ...

Optical angular momenta (AM) have attracted tremendous research interest in recent years. In this paper we theoretically investigate the electromagnetic field and angular momentum properties of tightly focused arbitrary cylindrical vortex vector (CVV) input beams. An absorptiv ...

## Computational methods for phase retrieval

### Non-iterative methods, Ptychography, and Diffractive Shearing Interferometry

We propose and experimentally demonstrate a noniterative diffractive imaging method for reconstructing the complex-valued transmission function of an object illuminated by spatially partially coherent light from the far-field diffraction pattern. Our method is based on a pinho ...

A noise-robust extension of iterative phase retrieval algorithms that does not need to assume a noise model is proposed. It works by adapting the intensity constraints using the reconstructed object. Using a proof-of-principle ptychographic experiment with visible light and a ...

The complete characterization of spatial coherence is extremely di cult because the mutual coherence function (MCF) is a complex-valued function of four independent Cartesian coordinates. This di culty limits the ability to control and to optimize the spatial coherence in a br ...

X-rays and e-beams are used for high-resolution imaging where the requirement for highly accurate lenses is one of the limiting factors. Hence, lensless imaging is preferred. Coherent Diffractive Imaging (CDI) is a lensless imaging technique which uses intensity patterns in th ...

Ptychography, a form of Coherent Diffractive Imaging, is used with short wavelengths (e.g. X-rays, electron beams) to achieve high-resolution image reconstructions. One of the limiting factors for the reconstruction quality is the accurate knowledge of the illumination probe p ...

In this article we combine the well-known Ptychographical Iterative Engine (PIE) with the Hybrid Input-Output (HIO) algorithm. The important insight is that the HIO feedback function should be kept strictly separate from the reconstructed object, which is done by introducing a ...