The 5th annual Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography conference is returning to the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, to be held between the 17th and 19th of May 2021. We are proud to announce that this year’s event will be supported by the AdvanCT project, where the project is funded by the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research.
The conference aims to present and disseminate the latest developments in X-ray computed tomography (XCT) for dimensional measurement and its industrial impact across a variety of applications. It is also expected to define synergies and collaboration opportunities between different organisations and commercial representatives. Submitted research will be presented in oral and poster formats, with prizes awarded for the best presentation.
Main conference: 18th - 19th May
Pre-conference training day: 17th May
The main themes of the conference include:
- 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
Call for short abstracts
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 is available here. Please complete the template and submit here. Please also indicate your preference for an oral presentation or a poster presentation.
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.
Title: Dimensional X-ray CT and advanced materials manufacturing,
Speaker: Professor Philip J. Withers
Institute: University of Manchester, UK
Title: Methods for traceable compensation of machine geometry deviations in industrial computed tomography
Speaker: Dr Benjamin A. Bircher
Institute: Federal Institute of Metrology METAS, Switzerland
Abstracts for oral presentations: deadline extended to 22nd Jan 2021
Abstracts for poster presentations: deadline extended to 16th April 2021
Registration to the conference, network events and training
Link to be available soon
Venue and Location
The DXCT 2021 will be an online event due to impact of COVID-19.
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.