WP7 Objectives

The main objective of the WP7 is to provide the technology using the XRF method to determine the chemical analysis of the specimen. The XRF part will be developed as an individual component to be integrated in the NanoXCT laboratory device demonstrator. The XRF component is one technique for chemical analysis of the specimen besides multi energy XCT. Together with the data evaluation and visualization work package, the 3D material information will be combined with the structural analysis in the software demonstrator, to provide a meaningful visualization of the specimen regarding structural and chemical decomposition.


The project NanoXCT receives funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 280987.




NanoXCT newsletter #3

Our 3rd newsletter is now available.


NanoXCT success story

A success story on the NanoXCT project has been published on the EC's Horizon 2020 website, in the Projects stories section, titled "Peering into nano-objects – in 3D".


NanoXCT presented at AAAS 2015 in San Jose, CA, USA

 The NanoXCT project will be presented at the AAAS 2015 Annual Meeting about Innovations, Information and Imaging in San Jose, CA, USA.

The project coordinator will present NanoXCT within the session "I see, therefore I can" on Friday, 13 February 2015 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM in Room 230C of the San Jose Convention Center.

Please find detailed information about the session under: AAAS 2015 Session 9113