Free short course: Introduction to Micro-Computed Tomography

September 8, 2017 ZEISS Microscopy

Lectures, lunch and a visit to the μCT lab at the ESE department at Imperial College London included

Together with ZEISS the Imperial College London is offering a free short course, which introduces participants to micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) as a basic tool for experimental research in porous media. The following topics will be covered by the course:

  • Fundamental principles of micro-CT: from origin to imaging
  • Micro-CT image processing and quantification
  • Specific applications and examples

Included are lectures and a visit to the micro-CT lab at the Department of Earth Science and Engineering of the Imperial College London. Speakers include Matthew Andrew (Oil and Gas Technologist, ZEISS Microscopy) as well as Maja Ruecker and Tom Bultreys (both Imperial College London) and Marijn Boone (XRE). Lunch compliments of ZEISS.

Mineralogical segmentation of 3D micro-CT dataset by correlating electron microscopy with high resolution X-ray microscopy.

 

Course details:

14 September 2017
9:00 – 18:00 BST
Earth Science and Engineering Dept., Imperial College London

Register here for free

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