German-Austrian-Danish Workshop on Industrial CT Scanning

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German-Austrian-Danish Workshop on Industrial CT Scanning

Industrial CT Scanningong>Germanong>-ong>Austrianong>-ong>Danishong> ong>Workshopong>24 - 25 October 2013, Munich, ong>Germanong>y– Hear about thelatest developmentswithin industrial CTScanning”InstrumentationLatest developments within CT technologyand instrumentation, and whatnew possibilities they present.Topics include:• Liquid-metal-jet sources• Phase-contrast CT• Monochromatic CT imaging• Iterarive image reconstrutionApplicationLatest results from different applicationareas, including soft material, biologicalsamples and applications relevant forindustry.Topics include:• CT on particle-filled polymers• CT on composites and light metals• In-line CT for thefood industry• CT in the plastic industryESS & Horizon 2020Latest news about the European SpallationSource (ESS) will be presented,and an update on Horizon 2020 andthe possibilities for projects within thearea of industrial CT will be addressedby advisors from, among others, theong>Danishong> Ministry of Science, Innovationand Higher Education


The workshop is organized by ong>Danishong> Technological Institute and Innovation Centre Denmark in Munich, and willbe hosted by Technische Universität München (TUM).Industrial CT Scanning –a powerful tool for nondestructivetesting, materialcharacterization andmetrology, includingmeasurements of complexgeometries.The workshop is a joint ong>Austrianong>,ong>Danishong> and ong>Germanong> effort tobring European researchers togetherto discuss future researchand development within the fieldof industrial CT Scanning.An opportunity to prepare forHorizon 2020 and to find partnersand collaborators for futureprojects, as well as to meet someof the experts within the field ofCT, including:Schedule23rd October – late afternoonIntroductory lecture on CT for newusers and networking event24th October – whole dayPresentations, poster session andlaboratory visit.Dinner in Munich25th October – half dayPresentations and poster session.The workshop ends with lunchRegistrationGrantsA limited number of grants for traveland hotel stay for PhD studentsare available.Please state in the e-mail for registrationif you are interested inbeing considered for a grant.Submission of an abstract andbringing a poster to the workshopare required for being consideredfor a grant.LocationThe workshop will be held atInstitute for Advanced Studies, TUMat the Research Campus, Garchingnear Munich.• Prof. Johann Kastner, FHOberösterreich, Wels,Austria• Prof. Franz Pfeiffer, TUM,Munich, ong>Germanong>y• Prof. Robert Feidenhans’l,Niels Bohr Institute, KU,Copenhagen, Denmark• Prof. Hans Hertz, KTH,Stockholm, SwedenSend an e-mail with your contact information and affilliation to:Project manager Lena Kim WarntjenPhone + 49 89 54 58 54 14Email: lenwar@um.dkwhere after you will recive more information regarding program,hotel etc.Please notePlaces are restricted (45 places)For more information, please contact:Nikolaj Helm-PetersenInnovation Centre Denmark MünchenResearch attachéPhone +49 89 54 58 54 21Email: nikhel@um.dkMaria holmbergPhD Senior Consultantong>Danishong> Techonological Institute (DTI)Phone +45 72 20 30 06Email: mahg@teknologisk.dk

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