dXCT Dimensional X-Ray Computed Tomography Conference – 13/07/17
Visit us at dXCT (Dimensional X-Ray Computed Tomography Conference) on Thursday 13th July 2017 at the University of Warwick.
Blue Scientific is the official distributor of Bruker Micro-CT systems in the UK, Ireland and Nordic region:
The Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography conference is an annual event about the latest developments in XCT for dimensional measurement and its impact across applications in industry. The conference is designed to highlight synergies and opportunities for organisations and commercial representatives to work together.
Now in its second year, dXCT will be at WMG at the University of Warwick. There will be pre-conference workshops the day before, which are free for delegates to attend.
In 2016, dXCT was held at NPL in Teddington. It attracted over 100 delegates from 46 companies and research organisations. Presentations and posters illustrated the diversity of thought-provoking scientific insights into XCT analysis. The diverse range of topics included:
- How improved XCT could in the future help deliver greener engines.
- Increased use of additive manufacturing in high performance aero parts.
- Improving survival rates in tumour diagnostics.
Full information about last year’s event is available here.
Register for the conference on the University of Warwick’s website.
Blue Scientific at dXCT
Visit our stand to find out about the full range of Bruker micro-CT systems, including:
Self-optimising, automated micro-CT scanner:
- Scan at the press of a single button.
- Fast scans, from just 80 seconds.
- Self-optimising for the high quality images.
- Extremely fast GPU accelerated image reconstruction.
- Widest range of object sizes and resolutions.
- Flexible system with field-upgradable detectors.
- World’s fastest hierarchical 3D reconstruction software (10-100x faster than conventional algorithms and GPU-accelerated reconstruction)
Present Your Work
Speaker sessions and posters are invited from industry, universities and research institutes. Presentations about experimental research and industrial application case studies should demonstrate the application of XCT for measurement. Presentations are particularly sought, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Dimensional metrology; accuracy, traceability and standardisation
- Acquisition and processing methodologies
- Analysis and evaluation techniques
- Non-destructive testing
- Improving manufacturing methods including additive manufacture
- Applications of CT measurement in industry (eg aero, auto, health, energy)
Oral presentations should be 15 minutes slot, followed by 5 minutes for questions. Posters are A1 portrait format.
Send your abstract (300 words max) to Dr Jay Warnett email@example.com by 31st May for consideration.