In this special free webinar on October 24, 2019, you’ll learn all of the basics about neutron imaging (N-ray) and about how our advancements in neutron generator technologies and our radical, first-of-its-kind neutron imaging center will make this tool easier than ever before to use. In addition to engrossing material for NDT professionals from all manufacturing industries, there will be a special focus on how NDT experts in the automotive industry can use N-ray.
Sign up for our morning session at 11:00 AM CDT or our afternoon session at 2:00 PM CDT:
“Intro to Neutron Imaging” will be hosted by Phoenix president Dr. Evan Sengbusch, PhD. The lecture will run for 20 minutes, followed by a live Q & A session. No matter how much or how little you already know about N-ray, this is a golden opportunity to learn more.
If you’ve never heard of neutron imaging but want to learn how you can use it for better materials analysis, if you’re aware of neutron imaging but always considered it as a tool for professionals above your weight class, or if this is your first time hearing about it, this is the webinar for you!
When you sign up for our webinar, you’ll also be enrolled in a subscription to our free monthly neutron imaging newsletter so you can stay up-to-date about the latest developments in the world of N-ray.
This video, taken by the Paul Scherrer Institute, shows the unique capabilities of neutron imaging to reveal the inner workings of complex machines and components that would be difficult to comprehensively inspect using X-ray alone.
Your Webinar Host: Dr. Evan Sengbusch, Phoenix President
Evan holds a BS in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Iowa, as well as an MS and PhD in Medical Physics, and an MBA in Technology Management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Evan has extensive experience with computational modeling, ion beam transport simulations, and particle accelerator design. He has also worked in the venture capital industry evaluating technologies in the physical and life sciences and has served as a consultant for several technology development firms. Since joining Phoenix in 2012, Evan has increased the variety and size of Phoenix’s revenue sources and has drastically expanded Phoenix’s market reach.