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

Jun 13. till Jun 13.

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

Following 2016's success, the University of Manchester, Diamond Light Source, CCPi (the Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging) and 3dmagination Ltd are pleased to announce their second annual workshop on Advances in X-ray Imaging.

Date
13/06/20172017-06-13 - 13/06/20172017-06-13
Location
Diamond Light Source
Link
Register here

Following 2016's success, the University of Manchester, Diamond Light Source, CCPi (the Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging) and 3dmagination Ltd are pleased to announce their second annual workshop on Advances in X-ray Imaging.

The aim of these workshops 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 correlated tomography, ptychography, fast imaging and reconstruction algorithms. There will also be an update on complementary neutron imaging techniques available on the new IMAT beamline at ISIS.
 

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.

REGISTER HERE

Confirmed speakers

  • Darren Batey, Beamline I13, Diamond Light Source ‘Ptychography: Looking beyond the lens’
  • Tim Burnett, Henry Moseley X-ray Imaging Facility, University of Manchester ‘Multiscale 3D microstructure analysis with site specific targeting through correlation of X-ray CT and FIB-SEM serial sectioning'
  • Joe Keheller, ISIS Neutron & Muon Source, STFC ‘Exploiting the wavelength dimension of neutron imaging for seeing composition and crystallography’
  • Andy King, Soleil 'Combining tomography and diffraction at the PSICHE beamline, SOLEIL'
  • Margie Olbinado, ID19, ESRF ‘Million frames per second hard X-ray phase contrast imaging using synchrotron radiation’

Pre-workshop Discussion Session - 12th June

On the day before this workshop, 12th June, the CCPi are also running informal fringe discussions involving the visiting speakers. Workshop attendees are very welcome to participate. Further details for that event are linked here. Overnight accommodation can be booked at Ridgeway House for participants intending to take part in both activities.

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