3D X-ray tomography/microscopy has become a critical technique for visualizing and quantifying morphology in a variety of materials systems. As a nondestructive approach, it uniquely opens the door to repetitive imaging of the same sample as it undergoes some change, so-called “4D” or “time-lapse” imaging. This webinar will present a review of the state-of-the-science of 4D X-ray imaging, assessing the recent progress and opportunities in lab-based as well as synchrotron-based instruments, and spanning from the micron scale to the nanometer regime. Examples will touch on research in engineering materials, electrochemical systems, and biomaterials.
A Look Inside Materials Imaged by X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) Steven Young, Los Alamos National Laboratory Talk begins at 11:45
X-ray Tomography at Synchrotrons Dula Parkinson, Berkeley Lab, Advanced Light Source Talk begins at 21:10
Operando Imaging of Batteries with Lab-scale Nano-CTO Shawn Litster, Carnegie Mellon University Talk begins at 31:08