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High-Throughput Data Extraction from the DOE Advanced Light Source

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Channels, voids, and internal structures from rock data obtained from the ALS and used to analyze materials for carbon capture.

We have built fast, automatic algorithms to extract data from synchrotron light sources. These methods, which combine PDE-based image segmentation with statistical methods, assembled 2D data slices in 3D, and extract relevant structures. 


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