6th Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography conference
13-16 June 2022
Welcome to the 2022 Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography (dXCT MMXXII) conference; an annual event, coordinated by the NPL, presenting and disseminating 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.
The 6th annual Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography conference is being held at the University of Manchester, between the 13th and 16h of June 2022. We are proud to announce that this year’s event will be supported by NPL and linked with the launch year of the Royce Institute Building
13-14 June 2022 Training days on latest software toolkits as well as access to imaging hardware facilities at the Royce Institute Building
15-16 June 2022 Main conference to be held at the Schuster Annex, at the University of Manchester. Including a drinks reception and (later then usual) launch of facilities at the Royce Building including a talk with an emphasis on Palaeontology X-ray based metrology.
The main themes of the conference include but are not limited to:
- New developments in XCT (technology improvement, correction of errors, etc.)
- XCT for dimensional metrology (traceability and verification)
- Dimensional XCT for industry applications (automotive, aerospace, additive manufacturing, etc.)
- Dimensional XCT for medical/bio applications
Hosted at the University of Manchester this is aiming to include interaction especially with the new imaging facilities available from the Royce Institute and the National X-Ray Computed Tomography facility.
Call for Abstract and Posters
Papers in the format of short abstract are invited from academia and industry. Accepted research will be presented in oral and poster formats with prizes awarded for the best presentations. A template of the short abstract will be made available.
Accepted articles will also be invited to submit a full paper for consideration in Measurement Science and Technology, a prestigious scientific instrumentation and measurement journal and the first research journal produced by the Institute of Physics. The journal covers all aspects of the theory, practice and application of measurement, instrumentation and sensing across science and engineering.
An open invitation to all participating delegates to enter the Delegate Challenge, detailed information will be made available.
- Abstracts for oral presentations: deadline mid Mar 2022
- Abstracts for poster presentations: deadline mid April 2022
Keynotes to be announced
Pre-conference Training courses to be announced
Sponsorship and Exhibitions
Opportunities are available to sponsor and exhibit various aspects of the conference, for more information or to discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact Dr Wenjuan Sun.