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Events

10/07/2018 - 12:00

ICAL, Russell Garwood

24/06/2018 - 09:00

https://www.bnl.gov/coherence2018/ concerns phase retrieval and coherent diffraction imaging.

 

15/06/2018 - 09:00

At RAL; plus the Fringe Meeting on afternoon before, 14 June 2018. Register at: https://3rd-advances-in-xray-imaging-workshop.eventbrite.co.uk

 

14/06/2018 - 14:00

Precursor to the 15 June 2018, RAL Advances in X-ray Imaging Workshop.

Register and details at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ct-fringe-meeting-tickets-45130551695

Fringe meeting: short informal presentations focusing on sharing reconstruction/analytics algorithms across the modalities of use; and consider how improved sharing/lessons/bast-practice can occur. Topics like kinetic movement and statistical change, during capture, are of interest across CCPs

  • CCPEM
  • CCP PETMR
  • CCPi

The two Flagships – CCP_PETMR and CCPi – consider essential, but sharable, software components (iterative based techniques) along with other new or unusual modalities. 

1. @Richard a topic of interest from the medical side is motion or kinetic based reconstruction (the sw libraries used)  – compares with @Jakob/Daniil concepts of growth /uncontrolled motion based reconstructions/ … (continual golden ratio scan algorithms).

2. @Jakob/Daniil The concept of very noisy / low SNR reconstruction is continually being considered in the CCPi Flagship; and overlaps with PET especially.

3. @Martyn with your potential case need for tomographic electron cryo-microscopy; has possible links to the tomviz pipeline architecture https://tomviz.org/ that has initially considered the missing wedge problems https://doi.org/10.1017/S1431927617012764 

Suggestions for other speakers / advantageous-cross-link topics welcome and can arrange invites and costs (martin.turner@manchester.ac.uk)

12/06/2018 - 12:00

At Univeristy of Manchester: Jakob Jorgensen and Parmesh Gajjar will be giving a presentation "Advancing automated temporal-CT capabilities of laboratory μXCT machines"

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