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Events

26/11/2015 - 10:30

“Not yet becoming IronMan – but software for Touchable Scientific Visualisations” There are a few new touchscreens being commissioned and built including ones at the ISIS Neutron and / or at the SCD (Scientific Computing Division) R89 building in the Harwell Campus (RAL Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) as well as the screens in the Diamond Light Source and in Research Complex at Harwell. Held in the In the Atlas Visualisation Facility at RAL, this meeting is prior to the CCPi Working Group meeting. See also a related STFC SCD short Highlights document the vis group has put together: http://tyne.dl.ac.uk/twiki/pub/Visualisation/WebHome/vis2015p12.jpg "…to create Touchable Pathways to Impact (and supported initially within the CCPi)" 

26/11/2015 - 13:00

Thursday 26 November 2015 CCPi Working Group meeting at RAL (AVF)

07/12/2015 - 13:30

CCP PET-MR, our sister CCP, Working Group @ UCL. Remote attendance via webex will be possible. Location: UCL, Rockefeller Building Room 339, 21 University Street, London, WC1E 6DE Sandwich lunch will be available from 13.00.

08/12/2015 - 09:00

Computing Insight UK 2015 www.stfc.ac.uk/ciuk Computing Insight UK will take place on the 8-9 December at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry – replacing the renowned Machine Evaluation Workshop (MEW). The event will build on the heritage of the MEW and offer you the chance to hear about the latest developments in high performance computing, cloud and data analytics. The CCPi will arrange a drink meet-up during the evening reception. 

 

10/12/2015 - 11:30

10 December 2015 CCPi visit to WMG: Developers Day

14/12/2015 - 11:00

CCP SP Monday 14 December 2015

14/12/2015 - 15:00

Held at the RAL Atlas Visualisation Facility Tomography-and-Coffee (Harwell Campus). "This session will also announce the launch of the new CCPi website (www.ccpi.ac.uk Tomographic Imaging). With new license services being negotiated we are looking again at the Avizo VR toolkit: this provides an opportunity to explore your data interactively in 3D. Contact srikanth.nagella@stfc.ac.uk to discuss data transfer prior to the event or just turn up to see and discuss.

17/12/2015 - 13:00

Dr Biao Cai (Research Complex at Harwell) "Alloy solidification under external fields via time-resolved synchrotron tomographic quantification" Room 3.306 Abstract: Applying external fields/forces, including magnetic field, mechanical deformation and thermal gradient, to solidification processes can manipulate solidifying microstructures of alloys, which promises to significantly improve the properties of finial engineering components. The recent advancements of high speed synchrotron X-ray tomography provide a unique opportunity to obtain further understanding into how solidifying alloys respond to external fields in a quantitative manner. The talk will highlight our recent work on the usage of high speed X-ray tomography, combined with bespoke in situ rigs (the thermo-mechanical rig P2R and, and the temperature gradient furnace MagDS), to investigate alloy solidification under various external fields, focusing on the application of deformation. Advanced tomographic quantification methods applied to those time-resolved 4D datasets, including digital volume correlation and image-based modelling, allow us to resolve the microstructure development in detail, revealing key mechanisms determining the responses of semi-solid microstructures when external fields are imposed.

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