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Events

04/11/2015 - 09:00

CCPi representation at the Industrial Tomography Workshop (into2015) is a scientific conference organized at University of Antwerp, Belgium, on 4-6 November 2015. The event is part of the activities of the MPNS COST Action MP1207: Enhanced X-ray Tomographic Reconstruction: Experiment, Modeling, and Algorithms: http://astra.ua.ac.be/into2015

03/11/2015 - 10:00

FEI are visiting RAL us on 3rd of November and giving a short tutorial on Avizo (coordinator srikanth.nagella@stfc.ac.uk)
It will be in R27 Atlas Visualisation Facility (AVF).

03/11/2015 - 09:00

Avizo course, Tuesday 3rd November. 20 places (email Noriko.Griffiths@manchester.ac.uk) with your name and name of organisation. 3rd November, Tuesday 9.30-16.30 Morning session will be held at 3.306 at PSI (Alan Turing Building) Afternoon session will be taken place at Visualisation Area at HMXIF. There is now a course fee : £500 plus VAT for external users who are not students / members of staff at the University of Manchester.

02/11/2015 - 10:00

The 3rd UK and Ireland OpenFOAM Ext user day(s) will be held at Daresbury Laboratory in Warrington from the 2nd until the 4th of November. Registrations are open at the following web address: https://eventbooking.stfc.ac.uk/news-events/openfoam-user-meeting

Training course on first two days with user conference on the third day.

 

31/10/2015 - 09:00

31 October 2015 MOSI interactive day during the Manchester Science Festival with the CCPi kiosk and Lego synchrotron

30/10/2015 - 14:00

30 October 2015 2pm at RAL (VC to DL) Antoniu Pop, University of Manchester, Programming and Optimizing Task Data-Flow Applications with OpenStream and Aftermath Dynamic task-dependent parallelism is an increasingly popular programming model on shared-memory systems. Compared to data parallel loop-based concurrency, it promises enhanced scalability, load balancing and locality. These promises, however, are undermined by non-uniform memory access (NUMA). We show that it is possible to preserve the uniform hardware abstraction of contemporary task-parallel programming models, for both computing and memory resources, while achieving near-optimal data locality.

27/10/2015 - 10:00

BSSM Meeting at RAL  There are places availableto site staff and others. Please email Amanda Boaler directly or complete the full BSSM [British Society for Strain Measurements] registration form.

19/10/2015 - 15:00

Mike Groeber Presentation on the general overview of DREAM.3D" http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/?p=1313 Mike Groeber, US Air Force Overview of DREAM.3D “Analysing Data with Ease” [6.2.0 Released] DREAM.3d http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/ an open, extensible software environment to allow integrated processing, characterization and manipulation of microstructure digitally. DREAM.3D is an architecture for computational microstructure tools that allows users to create ‘recipes’ or pipelines for processing digital instances of microstructure. DREAM.3D establishes a robust set of checks and development guidelines to enable singular codes to operate in conjunction, facilitating larger research efforts/goals Software Architecture: DREAM3D is written using many open-source libraries in a layered approach that allows developers and implementors to use just the parts that they want to use. DREAM3D has a robust plugin system where new functionality can be added by developers. The licensing allows for both proprietary and open-source plugins: in R89/Room S48 and room Arkwright in DL and PSI seminar room in the University of Manchester.

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