The Center for Advanced Mathematics for Energy Research Applications (CAMERA) is an integrated, cross-disciplinary center aimed at inventing, developing, and delivering the fundamental new mathematics required to capitalize on experimental investigations at scientific facilities.
CAMERA Workshop Tackles Tomographic Reconstruction
November 29, 2016
CAMERA—the Center for Advanced Mathematics for Energy Research Applications at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory—hosted a workshop November 9-11 in Berkeley Lab’s Shyh Wang Hall to highlight the state-of-the-art in tomographic reconstruction algorithms and software for synchrotrons, and to discuss future goals and collaborations.
The workshop brought together users, practitioners and developers of this software to assess the current landscape of available algorithms, investigate commonalities and differences among the various techniques and discuss a range of related topics, from required theoretical and algorithmic advancements on through to practical issues of implementation and deployment. Over 40 people attended, representing six different countries and eleven different light sources.
CAMERA has several openings at the career scientist, postdoc, and engineering levels. All are focused on combining state-of-the-art mathematics, new algorithms, and efficient and robust software implementations to meet the needs of DOE facilities, particularly at the light sources.
For information about current openings, please go here