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1st International Conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures

01 Jul 2013 - 05 Jul 2013 - Ghent, Belgium

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The main focus of this conference will be:
•    X-ray and neutron tomography acquisition hardware, software and set-ups:
o    Laboratory X-ray CT configurations
o    Synchrotron X-ray imaging
o    Neutron imaging
o    Dynamic tomography
o    Grating-based phase contrast imaging
o    Scatter reduction or correction
o    ...
•    Advances in reconstruction algorithms:
o    Phase retrieval and phase contrast methods
o    Reconstruction from limited data
o    ROI tomography
o    ...
•    3D image analysis
o    Digital image correlation
o    Advanced segmentation methods
o    ...
•    Applications of recent advances in CT imaging
o    Data-fusion of X-ray/neutron CT data and 2D or 3D data from other imaging techniques
o    Deformation and strain localization in materials and structures
o    Novel experimental and 3D analytical techniques
o    Dynamic CT imaging
o    Image-based computational modeling
o    ...

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