The 4th Annual Advances in X-Ray Imaging Workshop

Jun 11. till Jun 11.

The 4th Annual Advances in X-Ray Imaging Workshop

The University of Manchester at Harwell, Diamond Light Source Ltd, CCPi (the Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging) and 3Dmagination Ltd are pleased to announce their fourth annual workshop on Advances in X-Ray Imaging.

Date
11/06/20192019-06-11T09:00:00 - 11/06/20192019-06-11T16:30:00
Time
09:00 - 16:30
Location
Diamond Light Source
Link
Register here

The aim of these workshops is to bring scientists from different fields to discuss developments and applications of a variety of X-ray imaging and complementary techniques, and to build international collaborations.

• The workshop will be held in meeting rooms G53/54 in Diamond House, hosted by Diamond Light Source
• The workshop will run from 09:00 - 16:00 on Tuesday 11 June
• Tickets are limited and entrance is through registration only via this Eventbrite link
• There is no charge for registration. Lunch and refreshments will be provided
• Posters are encouraged and poster prizes will be awarded

More details will be provided to registered participants close to the date of the event.

On the day before this workshop, 10th June, the CCPi are hosting a fringe meeting consisting of short informal presentations focusing on creating an Intelligent Framework “Pros and Cons of AI/ML in the Computed Tomography pipeline framework”. Workshop attendees are very welcome to participate and you do need to register for this - further details for this event are linked here. Suggestion for overnight accommodation should you need it if taking part in both activities, at Ridgeway House.

Programme overview

09:00   Registration and coffee (Diamond House Atrium)

09:30   Welcome on behalf of Manchester, Diamond, CCPi & 3Dmagination hosts

09:45   Computer vision for reduced-order modelling of macroscopic mechanical tests - David Ryckelynck, MINES Paristech

10:25   Virtual CT with complex scanning trajectories in aRTist - Carsten Bellon, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing

11:05   Coffee break

11:25   Xlearn: a deep learning toolbox for synchrotron X-ray imaging - Xiaogang Yang, DESY Photon Science

12:05   SuRVos: Speeding up Segmentation of Biological Imagng Volumes - Mark Basham, Diamond Light Source

12:45   Lunch and poster session

13:45   Multiscale microstructural investigations in metallic materials using X-ray tomographic, WAXS and SAXS - Azeem Mohammed, University of Leicester

14:25   4D imaging and modelling applied to solidification and glass foaming - Biao Cai, University of Birmingham

15:05   Coffee break

15:25   Characterising the microstructural evolutional of solidification in ice cream using synchrotron X-ray tomography - Jingyi Mo, University College London

16:05   Understanding the mechanisms of root-reinforcement in soils: soil shear tests using X-ray computed tomography and digital volume correlation - Daniel Bull, University of Southampton

16:45   Close and award of poster prize.

 

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