A 2-day virtual workshop to discuss and focus on current developments and applications of a variety of X-ray imaging techniques.
Join us at our Annual X-Ray Imaging workshop which for the first time will be held online, spanning two morning sessions over two days.
This workshop aims to bring together scientists from different fields to discuss current developments and applications of a variety of X-ray imaging techniques, and to build international collaborations.
‘Chemical imaging of functional materials under operando conditions’, Andrew Beale, University College London & Finden, UK.
Correlative imaging using x rays and neutrons’, Lukas Helfen, Institut Laue Langevin, Grenoble, France and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
‘Advancements in the understanding of plasticity via in situ synchrotron methods’, Henry Proudhon, Centre des Matériaux, MINES Paristech, France.
‘An in situ synchrotron coupled XRD/microtomography study of debinding/sintering processes of titanium alloy and metallic glasses', Xavier Boulnat, National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA), Lyon, France.
‘Multimodal X-ray coherent diffraction imaging’, Silvia Cipiccia, University College London, UK.
‘Joining up X-ray CT between lab and synchrotron’, Tim Burnett, The University of Manchester, UK.
‘Automatized 3D Correlative Microscopy and Spectroscopy Applied to Li-Ion Battery Transport Properties Study’, Ali Chirazi, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bordeaux, France.
‘Data processing methods and data acquisition for samples larger than the field of view in parallel-beam tomography’, Nghia Vo, Diamond Light Source, UK.
‘X-ray CT of soft tissues', Shelley Rawson, The University of Manchester, UK.
Please note that we are no longer accepting requests for presentations as these sessions are now full.
There is no fee to attend this online workshop. Registration closes at 12:00 (midday) (BST), Wednesday 27th January 2021. Once registered, all final details including the agenda and links to join the workshop will be sent a few days in advance.