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(Australian Synchrotron/ CSIRO), Anton Maksimenko
(Australian Synchrotron), Chris Hall
(Australian Synchrotron), Hausermann Daniel
(Australian Synchrotron), Robbie Clarken
(Australian Synchrotron), Sherry Mayo
Advanced Imaging and Medical Beamline CT workshop: CT@IMBL-2018A.
Potential workshop topics
Cleaning up projection images:
More details about F&D correction (e.g. detector and beam non-linearities)
How the X-tract filters work: zinger, ring, median tec.
Stitching and correlating overlapping images.
Retrieving the phase:
More about TIE and how it works.
Other retrieval techniques (e.g. binary and ternary approximations).
Producing the CT volume
Gridrec and FBP comparison.
Iterative methods for overcoming low SNR (SIRT etc.)
Morphological analysis on the volume
Measuring void structure (toruosity etc.)
Advanced rendering and animation
Longer and more detailed look at Dristhi
A look at Slicer-3D (more for the medical work)
Using HDF5 and Dicom
Extracting data and meta-data from HDF5 and Dicom files.
Storing analysis data to HDF5 and Dicom
Chris Hall, Anton Maksimenko, Andrew Stevenson, Sherry Mayo...Workshop Organisers