Level: InformativeDates: December 9, 2014Venue: Stanford University School of MedicineLocation: Room GK105, Hagey Laboratory | 257 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA 94305Time: 10 AM - NoonFee: $0 with registrationPrerequisites: Familiarity with imaging data is recommendedTopics:
This event is aimed at those interested in visualizing, measuring, and meshing of 3D image data (including CT, MicroCT, MRI, FIB-SEM, etc.) to generate Rapid Prototyping, CAD, FEA & CFD meshes. Live Simpleware software demonstrations on real image data sets will be included.
- Overview of Simpleware's portfolio: ScanIP +FE +CAD & +NURBS modules
- Import DICOM files and other 2D stacked image formats
- Techniques to position CAD files in the image data sets
- Introduce efficient segmentation techniques including the use of threshold, masks, etc.
- Directly export to CAD packages and FE solvers
- Demonstrate Simpleware for a variety of applications including material characterization and biological structures inclduing implants
- Wrap-up and Q&A
The seminar is free but pre-registration is required as seats are limited.