Adaptix has published and presented on selected topics of our technology and use cases. In addition, more detailed discussions are available in the white papers below.

Travish, G., Addressable flat-panel x-ray sources for medical, security, and industrial applications, Proc. SPIE 8502, Advances in X-Ray/EUV Optics and Components VII, 85020L (15 October 2012) (2012).

Travish, G., Applying high frame-rate digital radiography and dual-energy distributed-sources for advanced tomosynthesis, Proc. SPIE 8853, Medical Applications of Radiation Detectors III, 88530H (26 September 2013 (2013).

Evans, M., Bringing Radiology And X-ray Imaging To The Wounded Warrior, Electronic Military and Defense Magazine (2014).

Klodt, M., 3D Image Reconstruction from X-Ray Measurements with Overlap, European Conference on Computer Vision (2016).

Noor, M., Portable 3D x-ray diagnostic imaging : improving patient outcomes in battlefield emergency settings, Electronics military and defense Magazine (2016).

Mavalankar, A., Operating high-current field emitters in a commercial X-ray source, IEEE International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference 2017 (2017).

Phillips, S., Digital Tomosynthesis: The Next Generation, European Congress of Radiology 2019 (2019).

Quaia, E., The potential of stationary digital tomosynthesis, American Physical Society March Meeting 2019 (2019).

Travish, G., Novel X-ray Sources for Medical Imaging: Making Old Physics Do New Tricks, American Physical Society March Meeting 2019 (2019).

Wells, S., Square Arrays of cold cathode emitters for medical applications, Intl. Conference on Applied X-Ray Technologies (2019).

Wells, S., The potential of low cost, low dose 3D imaging using flat panel X-ray sources, SINAPSE (Scottish Imaging Network: A Platform for Scientific Excellence) (2019).

Schmiedehausen, K., The Potential of Point-of-care Digital Tomosynthesis for Imaging Injuries and other Conditions of the Distal Extremities using a Portable Desktop System, International Skeletal Society Annual Meeting (2019).

Wells, S. & Surrey University, Modelling the use of stationary, rectangular arrays of X-ray emitters for digital breast tomosynthesis, SPIE Medical Imaging, Houston, 15 Feb 2020 (2019).

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