ABOUT IMAGING

The Imaging thematic covers acquisition, processing and applications in imaging that are relevant to systems using synchrotrons and/or neutron sources. We consider all possible length scales and subjects accessible with modern and future methods. The focus is on finding new image reconstruction and/or analysis techniques that can help to extract meaningful information from x-ray/neutron imaging data and on connecting different methodologies and competences in order to shed new light on challenges in imaging of different subject matters.

HAPPENING IN IMAGING

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CORE GROUP

WORKING GROUPS

IMAGING WG 1

Working group on x-ray fluorescence tecHniques

X-ray fluorescence imaging tehcniques are a versatile toolbox for the characterisation of chemical species in a wide range of samples sizes and types relevant to many subjects. Examples of these include: Biology, Geology, Life Sciences, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Soft Matter. A major aim of the working group is to kickstart initiatives helping and bringing together new user communities for these techniques.