Programme

(All times are shown in BST)

Day 1: Monday 18 October 2021
09:30

Registration and coffee

10:00



Session 1: ORS Dragonfly:

Learn how to take advanced materials and develop (beginning-to-end) fully customized Deep Learning automated segmentation, such that the material is ready for preparing a simulation model (FEM mesh, pixel grid for LBM, pore network model, etc.).

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Session 2: ORS Dragonfly (continued)

14:45

Coffee break 

15:15

Session 3: ORS Dragonfly (continued)

17:00

Close of day 1


Day 2: Tuesday 19 October 2021
09:00


Session 4: Iso2Mesh

Open source image-based mesh generation and processing

10:30

Coffee break

11:00

Session 5: Iso2Mesh (continued) 

12:30

Lunch

13:30


Session 6: VirtualLab

Open source FEA coupled with machine learning for optimisation of laboratory experiments.

14:45

Coffee Break

15:15

Session 7VirtualLab (continued)

17:00

Close of day 2


Day 3: Wednesday 20 October 2021
09:30

Registration and coffee

10:00

Welcome

10:15

Keynote: Image-based simulation of damage development in metals under mechanical loading
Jean-Yves Buffiere, INSA, Université de Lyon, France

Session 1 

 
11:00

Introduction to the NXCT facility
Tim Burnett, The University of Manchester, UK

11:25

3D microstructure and image-based modelling of face coverings
Wenjia Du, University College London, UK

11:50

Deep Semi-supervised Learning of Dynamics for 3D Defect Mapping in Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Sebastian Larsen, Imperial College London, UK

12:15

Lunch

Session 2

 

13:15

Global digital volume correlation of large volumes: beyond hardware limitations
Fabien Leonard, The University of Manchester, UK

13:40

Skeleton Based Human Action Recognition Using Doubly Linked List
Muhammad Sajid Khan, MY University Islamabad, Pakistan

14:05

Image Processing Applied to Multi-Scale Textile Reinforcements for Permeability Prediction
Elena Syerko, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Research Institute in Civil Engineering and Mechanics (GeM)

14:30

A concurrent ecosystem for HPC-powered image visualisation and image-based simulations
Nicolas Tonello, Constelcom Ltd, UK

14:55

Coffee break

Session 3

 
15:25

Efficient GPU accelerated tomographic reconstruction using generic tetrahedral mesh basis functions: a TIGRE toolbox
Thomas Blumensath, University of Southampton, UK

15:50

An explicit finite element method for Navier-Stokes-Brinkman equations
Liang Yang, Cranfield University, UK

16:15

Special Invited talk: Sensors and sensing - Getting to the start line for imaged-based simulation
Tim Barden, Rolls-Royce plc, UK

16:50

End of talks

17:30

Networking reception

20:00

Close of day 3


Day 4: Thursday 21 October 2021

09:30

Keynote: Seeing inside powder bed fusion with X-ray imaging and image-based modelling
Chu Lun Alex Leung, University College London, UK 

Session 4a

 

10:15

Laser-Plasma Accelerator X-ray Sources and their Applications so far…
Christopher Thornton, University College London, UK

10:40

Coffee

Session 4b

 

11:10

Laboratory-based x-ray phase contrast imaging for NDT and industrial testing
Alessandro Olivo, University College London, UK

11:35

3D Fiber Crimp Angle of Nonwoven Materials
Yasasween Hewavidana, Loughborough University, UK

12:00

Image analysis of biomedical volume electron microscopy data using deep learning and crowdsourced training data
Martin Jones, The Francis Crick Institute, UK

12:25

Lunch

Session 5

 
13:25

Measuring deformation from 3D images: the DVC curse
Fabrice Pierron, University of Southampton

13:50


Image-based modeling of carbon/carbon and ceramic matrix composites: from X-ray microtomography to finite element models
Guillaume Couégnat, Laboratoire des Composites Thermostructuraux (LCTS), France

14:15


Optimisation and Simulation of X-ray images: Automatic registration of surface models on synchrotron microtomography data
Franck Vidal, Bangor University, UK

14:40

Coffee break

Session 6

 

15:10


The CCPi Core Imaging Library. A versatile software for tomographic imaging
Edoardo Pasca, Science and Technology Facilities Council, UKRI, UK

15:35


Unearthing uncertainty - Optimal X-ray micro-CT image-based methods for porosity and permeability quantification in heterogeneous sandstones
Ben Callow, Ghent University, Belgium

16:00

An Industrial Workflow for a Non-Destructive Testing and Simulation of Heat Exchange
David Harman, Synopsys (Northern Europe) Ltd, UK

16:25

Closing remarks

16:40

Close of conference


Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:

30 July 2021

Registration deadline:

08 October 2021