|AusTomo III - Third Australian Tomography Workshop
Wednesday the 23rd of November 2011
Leonard Huxley lecture theatre, Australian National University, Canberra
The 3rd AusTomo workshop will be held on 23rd November at the Australian National University.
The aim of the meeting is to bring the Australian tomography community together to increase awarenessness of each group's expertise, to discuss current and future research directions, and to encourage collaboration.
This is one of the key meetings in the region for the general tomography community and practitioners from experimental and theoretical backgrounds, from x-ray-, optical- or electron-based methods, are very
welcome. As the meeting runs for 1 day, presentations will be awarded to 1 or 2 representatives of each group attending. Presentations are encouraged to cover prospective work and should aim to stimulate forward thinking about 3D imaging in general. Themes might include:
- application to a specific research theme (eg. pre-clinical imaging, materials investigation)
- data management (eg. archive and access)
- algorithm development (eg. reconstruction, segmentation, data analysis, visualisation)
- Hardware design, optimisation and specimen methodologies (eg.,staining methods, new instrumentation)
- Facility best practice (eg. laboratory setup for general users, data formats)
Presentations will be allocated 30 min (including questions). A poster session will be held over the lunch hour. We welcome posters from past conferences that illustrate your work.
The program will commence at 9am and conclude by 4pm on Wednesday 23rd November, (Huxley Lecture Theatre, Mills Rd, ANU). Lunch and morning/afternoon teas will be provided without cost to the delegates.
The conference is free of charge to all delegates. To register simply fill in the following fields, copy/paste and email to Andrew Kingston by Friday 21st October.
||Welcome - Tim Senden
||Iain Young (UNE) - The use of micro-CT for soil-plant-microbe interactions
||Belinda Godel (CSIRO) - Inside rocks: the 3D view of mineral deposits at the sample scale
||Allan Jones (USyd) - The Use of En-Block Heavy Metal Stains for X-ray Micro-tomography Contrast Enhancement
||Bradley Treeby (ANU) - Photoacoustic tomography
||Benedicta Arhatari (LaTrobe) - Phase retrieval tomography amenable to segmentation
||Glenn Myers (ANU) - Real-time tomography of drainage and imbibition
||Imants Svalbe (Monash) - Minimal and near minimal ghosts: tools from discrete-space projection theory for testing real-space tomographic reconstruction
||Stuart Hungerford (ANDS) - Credit Where It's Due: Citation of Research Data
||Lunch and Poster session
||Karen Siu (Monash/CSIRO) - The Imaging and Medical Beamline at the Australian Synchrotron
||Sherry Mayo (CSIRO) - Plans for Micro-CT at the Australian Synchrotron
||TBC (UWA, UQ, USA...)
||Ajay Limaye (ANU) - MahaDrishti
||Tim Gureyev (CSIRO) - CSIRO software for advanced X-ray image processing and CT
||Trond Varslot (ANU) - High-resolution helical micro-CT
- Prof. Tim Senden
- Dr. Andrew Kingston
- Dr. Trond Varslot
- Dr. Glenn Myers
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