SC1: Multi-scale Tomography

SC1: Multi-scale Tomography

Karin Pernet-Gallay (GIN Grenoble), Ovidiu Ersen (IPCMS, Strasbourg)

Keywords: Imagerie 3D multi-échelle, tomographie électronique, tomographie X, sonde atomique, tomographie quantitative, algorithmes de reconstruction, quantification 3D

Abstract

New developments in 3D imaging makes it now possible to obtain high resolution information both on material and biological sample. The challenge is now to measure parameters in the 3D space in order to obtain quantitative data regarding not only morphological features, but also the spatial distribution, the chemical composition or the crystallographic structure. Multi-scale analysis is another challenge since most of the samples have hierarchical organizations ranging from the micrometer to the atomic scale, combining several 3D imaging tools will thus be mandatory. The aim of this symposium is to follow the state-of-the-art of 3D technologies both in electron microscopy, Xray tomography and atom probe tomography as well as to gather the expertise acquired in these fields in the development of new algorithms for 3D segmentation, rendering and quantification.

Programme and communication abstracts

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