Following on from the successful First Australian Tomography Workshop organised by Tim Senden and colleagues at ANU last December, we are planning a followup workshop this November to be held at Monash University. The aim of the meeting is to create awareness of each others work and to foster links and collaborations. The meeting is open to all aspects of  tomography, whether with x-rays, electrons or theoretical/computationals aspects.

The workshop will run for up to 2 days, the first day being focussed on tomography generally with a range of contributed talks from attendees. We will be joined at the meeting by overseas visitor Jean-Pierre Guedon from Nantes' Polytech in France who will speak on Discrete Radon transforms. The second day will focus more on existing plans and future proposals for tomography at the Australian Synchrotron. We also hope to arrange tours to nearby facilities such as the Synchrotron and the new Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy.

For more information contact:

Sherry Mayo (CSIRO)

Imants Svalbe (Monash University)

Anton Maksimenko (Australian Synchrotron) 

 

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