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Manchester | 29th June 2020

Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography (dXCT) Conference (POSTPONED)

Date :
29 June 2020 - 02 July 2020
Time :
12:00 am
Location :
The University of Manchester
Event Type :
Conference

This event has been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak

2020 Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography Week

The Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography (dXCT) conference is an annual event coordinated by the NPL to present and disseminate the latest developments in XCT for dimensional measurement and its industrial impact across a variety of applications. The conference defines synergies and opportunities of collaborations between different organisations and commercial representatives.

In its 5th year the event is being hosted by the HMXIF at the University of Manchester; part of the Henry Royce Institute for advanced materials and registration is now OPEN.

Venue

Schuster Building
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester

M13 9PL

Call for Abstract

Submitted research will be presented in oral and poster formats with prizes awarded for the best submissions.

Call PDF Document

Blank Abstract

Please complete the Blank Abstract word template document, above and submit to martin.turner@manchester.ac.uk

 

Main Themes
  • New Developments in dimensional XCT
  • Metrology for Additive Manufacturing
  • Dimensional CT and Medical/Bio Applications
  • Dimensional CT in Industry including Automotive and Aerospace
  • Challenges of High Density Components
  • Developing Production Ready Workflows
  • Traceability and Verification

 

Important Dates
  • 19th April : Abstract Submission Deadline
  • 26th April : Acceptance of Abstracts
  • 24th June : Registration Deadline
  • 29-30 June : dXCT training sessions
  • 1-2 July : Main dXCT conference

 

 

Location

Schuster Building
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL

Further Information and Contact

For further information, please see here: https://www.ccpi.ac.uk/DimensionalXCT2020

Please contact Martin Turner with any questions regarding the dXCT conference: martin.turner@manchester.ac.uk