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14 Apr 2014
The Cosener's House, Abbey Close, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 3JD, United Kingdom
Registration deadline
Apr 8, 2014
Contact address
IOPE: Conference management
76 Portland Place
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7470 4800


Cross-Disciplinary Workshop in Cosmic Ray Imaging Techniques

Cosmic ray based imaging techniques have found applications to nuclear security, reactor monitoring, geophysics, nuclear waste management and energy research, whilst also stimulating much discussion within the inverse problem mathematical community. A common aspect of these closely-related techniques and applications is the unique ability to image through thick structures using the naturally-occurring background radiation. This workshop aims to bring together researchers from these different disciplines to review recent accomplishments, identify challenges and find areas of mutual interest.