International Conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures (ICTMS)

1 - 5 July 2024

Stellenbosch, South Africa

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The 6th International Conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures (ICTMS) will be held from 1-5 July 2024 in person in Stellenbosch, South Africa. This event will bring together an international group of scientists, from universities, research organisations and industry, to discuss a broad range of issues related to the use of 3D tomographic imaging in materials and structures.

Currently, the website is already active with intention to mark this date in your calendar and plan your conference attendance in advance. This exciting event will showcase an ever growing field in tomography-based methods and applications. For industry, excellent sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available to support the conference and connect with researchers in this field. The program will include 2-3 parallel tracks, a poster session with local wines, a student competition track of talks, an image competition and much more. The website will populate and more information will be added continuously, please subscribe for updates below.

The local organizing committee comprises of researchers directly involved currently or in the recent past in tomography research in South Africa. The International Association of Computed Tomography (IntACT) and your local host, Stellenbosch University and the local organising committee, look forward to hosting you in South Africa in 2024!

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The conference will be held at the historic Stellenbosch University Conservatory.

45 Victoria Street

Stellenbosch Central

Stellenbosch

7600

Helderberg Ernie Els Wines

Topics


Recent advances in lab
and synchrotron based tomography

  • Contrast (absorption, refraction, diffraction of X-rays, neutron or electrons),
  • Spatial and temporal resolution
  • In-situ experiments


Recent advances
in tomographic
reconstruction techniques

  • Advances in algebraic algorithm
  • Machine learning
  • Large data processing


Recent advances
in image analysis

 
  • Segmentation & Quantification
  • Digital volume correlation
  • Machine learning
  • Image-based simulation


Applications of tomography to further the understanding of materials, structures and processes

  • Aerospace, automotive
  • Civil engineering
  • Life science
  • Earth science
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Energy
  • Food industry






student Competition






Poster sessions


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PHOTO CREDITS

IAM-WK/KIT (Institute for Applied Materials/ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Advancing X-ray micro computed tomography in Africa: Going far, together
The Natural History Museum London
Dragonfly Object Research Systems
Exponent
ZEISS