This workshop will take place from Wednesday July 8 through Friday July 10, 2015,
mostly in room 125 Scaife Hall, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
Here is a link to a map showing the shortest route between the Wyndham Hotel and Scaife Hall. Please be aware that there is a lot of construction going on all over the CMU campus, so we have indicated the best way to approach Scaife Hall on the map. Any other approaches will almost certainly lead to detours that are too complicated to explain here...in particular, the normal access to Roberts Engineering Hall (where we will have the facilities tour) through the main Hammerschlag Hall entrance will be completely unavailable throughout the duration of the workshop.
Here is a link to the Microstructure Database application discussed in the presentation by Liz Holm and Brian Decost. [access from CMU web space only]
Here is a link to Greg Rohrer's Grain Boundary Data Archive.
|Item/Presentation Title||Download Link|
|Overview of 2015 Workshop (Marc De Graef)||Overview|
|Overview of DREAM.3D (Mike Groeber, Sean Donegan)||DREAM3D-1|
|3-D Characterization of Fuel Cell Materials (Paul Salvador)||Salvador|
|Analysis of Serial Section Data using DREAM.3D (Mike Groeber, Sean Donegan)||(no slides)|
|Generating Synthetic 3D Microstructures with DREAM.3D (Mike Groeber)||DREAM3D-2|
|Meshing & Smoothing Microstructures using DREAM.3D (Sean Donegan)||(no slides)|
|Rotations, Rotations, and More Rotations (Marc De Graef)||3Drotations
|Spatially Aligning Datasets from Multiple Sections, Sources and Sensors (Dave Rowenhorst)||Rowenhorst|
|Machine Learning and Machine Vision for Microstructure (Liz Holm)||Holm|
|Demonstration of GBCD Analysis (Greg Rohrer)||Rohrer|
|Image-based Simulation of Micro-Mechanical Response (Tony Rollett)||Rollett|
|Nano-scale Resolution X-Ray Computed Tomography (Shawn Litster)||Litster|
|Non-destructive High Energy X-Ray Studies of Microstructure Evolution (Bob Suter)||Suter|