Events and News

Upcoming Events

Introduction to Volumetric Image Analysis Workshop, 19-20 September 2019

The workshop is targeted at researchers with little or no previous image analysis background. There will be short talks and hands-on sessions. At the end of the workshop you will know “How to quantify your volumetric data!”. Save the dates in your calendar, for more information check the programme and sign up at event page.

Past Events

2nd Workshop on Fibre Segmentation, May 2019

On 2nd and 3rd May, QIM will host the second fibre workshop at DTU with talks and a hands-on session with our tool Insegt Fibre (see Science Cases). As we had a very successful first edition with over 30 attendees, we have decided to extend the programme with an optional second day. The programme for this year is available at the event page, where you can also sign up. The deadline for the sign up is the 12th April and there is a limited number of spots. Sign up as soon as possible to not miss out!

QIM Kick-off Seminar, March 2019

We are happy to announce that the Kick-off Seminar of QIM will take place at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) on the 18th March 2019. We will hear about the expectations of the different partners involved in QIM and we will also visit the new building that will host QIM and DTU’s 3D Imaging Centre from January 2020. Join us for interesting discussions on QIM related activities, e.g. workshops, summer schools, consultancy and collaborations, etcetera.

1st Workshop on Fibre Segmentation, May 2018

The first workshop on the tool Insegt Fibre was entitled ‘Fibre Reinforced Composites: X-ray Imaging and Advanced Fibre Tracking’. The workshop was held on the 15th May of 2018 at the Henry Moseley X-ray Imaging Facility, part of the School of Materials from University of Manchester. The event was financed by the Henry Royce Institute and co-organised by Ying Wang and Monica Emerson.

In the morning, a series of talks was conducted by experts in material science, imaging and data analysis. These covered important aspects of X-ray tomography for fibre reinforced composites, including sample preparation and in-situ imaging set-ups. The afternoon session consisted of hands-on work with the tool Insegt Fibre. Following two example scripts and a manual, the attendees worked on 4 data-sets of varying quality and segmented individual fibres from a full unidirectional composite CT scan.