CCPi holds its first Core Imaging Library meeting for users
25 Sep 2023



The Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging (CCPi) announces its first ever Core Imaging Library (CIL) meeting for users.


​​​​​​​​Using CIL to identify elements of gold and lead from in a mineralized ore sample imaged using hyperspectral CT.​​​​​​​


This event, which will be held on 13 November at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), will be preceded by CIL training, and followed by CCPi's Working Group meeting.
Accommodation is available at Cosener’s House in Abingdon and transportation will be provided between RAL and Cosener’s House.

The CIL User Meeting will be an opportunity for users to meet and share CIL-based work, experiences, feature requests etc. with the developer team as well as other users. They hope it will be the beginning of an annual user meeting series aimed at growing a strong community of CIL users, not just online but also in the physical world to allow more knowledge sharing and support. 

The Working Group meeting is held by CCPi twice a year, when they meet to review current progress and future plan​s. Everyone is welcome to join, to learn about what’s going on in ​CCPi, and its range of software tools, or to contribute their ideas or requirements for future work. In parallel with the Working Group Meeting,there will be tours of facilities at RAL.

For more details on registration, accommodation and the meeting's agenda, see the ​CCPi registration page

Contact: Murgatroyd, Laura (STFC,RAL,SC)