v3.14 is released.
After some intense work lately, we are now proud to announce that we just released MuhRec3 v3.14. Most important news are:
- A lot of stability fixes on all platforms.
- Open source release (GPL3.0) on GitHub.
- Improved CBCT performance.
- Support for NeXus on all platforms.
- This version of MuhRec can be cited by DOI in addition to the publication in NIMA.
MuhRec3 v3.14 can be downloaded from the MuhRec release page on GitHub. Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any wishes or issues to report. Either by emails to the developers or by submitting issues on the GitHub repository.
The MuhRec development team
Anders and Chiara
(by Kichanov Sergey)
One fine day you have joined the neutron radiographic community through measurements of your unique and wonderful object by means of a neutron tomographic method. You have obtained sets of radiographic images, open beam and dark field patterns and are focused with the question: “What should I do with all this?”
NIST hosts NEUWAVE-9
Neutron imaging methods that exploit wavelength dependent phenomena for novel image contrasts have been well-developed through the series of workshops on NEUtron WAVElength dependent imaging (NEUWAVE). The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) hosted NEUWAVE-9 from 11-14 JUN 2017, featuring a networking event on Sunday 11 JUN, oral sessions with 35 talks from 12-14 JUN, an evening poster session on 12 JUN with 19 posters, and a tour of the research facilities at the NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR). The 55 NEUWAVE participants represented more than 10 countries, and discussed the latest advancements in and applications of neutron Bragg-edge imaging, phase and dark field imaging, imaging detector technology, other energy-resolved imaging methods and neutron imaging facility developments.
Contact: Daniel Hussey, NIST