Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Catherine Burcklen

Postdoctoral Appointment
Physics Division

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Ph.D. Physics
- Université Paris Saclay
M.Sc. Optics
- Institut d’Optique Graduate School

Research Interests

Catherine Burcklen's work focuses on the study and development of efficient reflective coatings for x-rays. Her research topics include simulation, fabrication, and characterization by various techniques of ultra-thin layer-based multilayer coatings. She also has a strong interest in optics in general, especially optical design.

Selected Recent Publications

C. Burcklen, S. de Rossi, E. Meltchakov, D. Dennetière, B. Capitanio, F. Polack, and F. Delmotte, "High-reflectance magnetron-sputtered scandium-based x-ray multilayer mirrors for the water window," Optics Letters 42(10), pp. 1927-1930 (2017).

C. Burcklen, R. Soufli, D. Dennetiere, F. Polack, B. Capitanio, E. Gullikson, E. Meltchakov, M. Thomasset, A. Jerome, S. de Rossi, and F. Delmotte, “Cr/B4C multilayer mirrors: Study of interface and X-ray reflectance,” Journal of Applied Physics, 119, 125307 (2016).

M. Wu, K. Le Guen, J.-M. André, V. Ilakovac, I. Vickridge, D. Schmaus, E. Briand, S. Steydli, C. Burcklen, F. Bridou, E. Meltchakov, S. de Rossi, F. Delmotte, and P. Jonnard, “Kossel interferences of proton-induced X-ray emission lines in periodic multilayers,” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 386, pp. 39-43 (2016).

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