Development of a framework for advanced processing of 4D dynamic X-ray micro-CT data, using integrated reconstruction and analysis methods Ghent University
CT scans can be used to visualise 3D volumes in a non-destructive way. For fast dynamic processes these scans need to be performed fast. This has a negative impact on the quality. This project aims to improve the reconstruction quality and data analysis of 4D scans by incorporating prior knowledge in the reconstruction process and using existing spatio-temporal correlations.
In-situ characterization of drug release and dissolution processes in sustained-release solid dosage forms Ghent University
In this project, the drug release process of sustained-release dosage forms will be in-situ monitored by dynamic visualization based on 4D-U+03BCCT. To achieve this, new developments in dynamic highresolution X-ray tomography (4D-U+03BCCT) will be made for both image acquisition and processing. This knowledge gained will enable to optimize drug formulations and their manufacturing process.
Novel methods and tools for in situ characterization of composite materials and tissues, and their microstructural changes during mechanical testing using X-ray computed tomography KU Leuven
Joint deformation estimation and Computerized Tomographic reconstruction for studying dynamic processes Ghent University
In material sciences, the analysis of a materialU+2019s structure and its deformation behavior are essential. High-resolution X-ray tomography (U+03BCCT) and particularly the imaging of dynamic processes using 4D-U+03BCCT are powerful, non-destructive tools to perform this analysis. However, full analysis requires processing of the 3D data associated with the internal motion of a material sample through time, which is called digital volume ...