Advances in X-ray Imaging: Expanding the Frontiers of Knowledge

Jun 10. till Jun 10.

Advances in X-ray Imaging: Expanding the Frontiers of Knowledge

Over the past decade, X-ray tomography has made significant progress with respect to spatial, temporal resolution and imaging modality. Yet much remains to be done to choose or combine different imaging modalities (absorption, diffraction, phase contrast) with high spatial resolution and under extreme environments.

10/06/20162016-06-10 - 10/06/20162016-06-10
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The aim of the workshop, organised by the DMC (Diamond Manchester Collaboration) and the CCPi (Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging), is to bring scientists from different fields to discuss current developments and applications of a variety of X-ray imaging techniques, and to build international collaborations.
Presentations will illustrate current achievements and future developments in techniques such as computed laminography, refraction tomography, in-line phase contrast tomography and X-ray colour imaging. Special attention will also be given to 4D imaging and quantification of a variety of dynamic processes.
This event is free to attend, but must be registered for as numbers are limited. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Posters will be welcome and a poster prize will be awarded.
More details will be provided to registered participants closer to the date of the event.


Confirmed speakers

Thilo Morgeneyer, “Computed laminography applied to mechanics of materials”, Mines ParisTech, France

Fabien Leonard, “Synchrotron Refraction Tomography”, BAM Berlin

Simon Jacques, "Recent advances in X-ray based chemical imaging”, University of Manchester/UK Catalysis Hub

Nikolay Osipov & Stephane Quilici, "Zset: non-linear material & structure analysis suite", Mines ParisTech, France

Peter Lee, “4D Synchrotron Imaging for the Automotive and Aerospace Industries”, University of Manchester

Michel Bornert, “In situ testing and XR-µCT imaging for the investigation of deformation and damage mechanisms in civil engineering materials”, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, France

Gianluca Tozzi, "Application of Digital Volume Correlation for the experimental investigation of bone tissue and bio materials", University of Portsmouth

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