A Reflection Zone Plate (RZP), a two-dimensional laminar grating of variable line spacing located at a distance R1 from a source, is capable of imaging the source by diffraction onto a certain distance R2 along the optical axis, acting as both a dispersive and focusing optical element.
The flyer describes in short properties and production of Reflection Zone Plates. It can be downloaded.
NOB takes part in four research grants: Neugar, WDSX, MOSFER and COPYSPHÄR.
Neugar, WDSX are cofinanced by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
MOSFER and COPYSPHÄR cofinanced by the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE)