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Events

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.

13/10/2015 - 10:00

BlueQuartz Software in collaboration with LEM3 will be holding a DREAM.3D training course; Metz, France. This 4 day course will cover using DREAM.3D and developing custom plugins for DREAM.3D. Note that the course will be taught in English. 

23/09/2015 - 10:00

An open day will consist of tours round North Star Imaging’s demonstration/inspection facility where you will get chance to see live demonstrations of our X5000 X-ray system. Run by NSI: http://4nsi.com/events/uk-laboratory-open-day

18/09/2015 - 10:00

Brian Bay and Loic Courtois organising a DVC workshop in the Atlas Visualisation Facility (RAL / Harwell Campus)

03/09/2015 - 10:00

ToScA Symposium number 3: held in Manchester and suppoted by NHM.

 

02/09/2015 - 16:30

IVG (Interactive Visualisation Group), update meeting. The Day Before ToScA in Manchester "…to create Touchable Pathways to Impact (and supported initially within the CCPi)"

02/09/2015 - 16:00

Joint open workshop held in MXIF, University of Manchester, with Avizo/FEI and Drishti developers.

02/09/2015 - 13:30

Rémi Blanc "Fibre analysis with Avizo" Abstract: The presentation will highlight different usages of Avizo for tackling with fibrous materials. We consider two major use cases. First, in the case of high magnification with resolved fibers, we will present our recent XFiber extension for tracing the centerline of cylindrical fibers and extracting statistics about the length, orientation, or curvature. The second use case will consider woven composites imaged at lower magnification, where individual fibers cannot be distinguished but the oriented texture of the yarns is visible. We will detail an advanced workflow for classifying the yarns based on their orientation. (http://www.avizo3d.com) The second use-case is based on a PhD student of Philip Withers, Bo Yu, and illustrates advanced usage of Avizo modules for segmentation. 

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