Through the work at these CCPs we are building capacity in advanced software infrastructure for the material science and medical tomography
communities.The Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic
Imaging (CCPi) aims to provide the
community with a toolbox of algorithms that increases
the quality and level of information that can be extracted
by computer tomography (neutron or x-ray tomography). The Collaborative Computational Project in PET/MR
aims to exploit the recent integration of positron
emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance
(MR) imaging into a single simultaneous imaging
system. The aim is to provide enabling infrastructure
for research in PET-MR by development and promotion
of a common software framework to tackle the
specific challenges of this imaging modality.
Read the full 'Building Better Tools for Tomography' case-study.