The CT users group

We are a UK based group for people with an interest in medical CT scanning. Our main aim is to share experience and knowledge relating to CT scanning with each other, as well as to provide an educational forum. We formed in 1999, and are mainly hospital physicists, but we also count radiographers and radiologists amongst our number.

Our primary interactions are via our meetings, usually held once a year. These are held in locations all round the UK and are a great way to share knowledge, research work, projects and questions in an informal setting. Our mail list aims to continue the interaction from the meetings throughout the year by bringing conversation about CT via email.

More than 200 people from all over the world are now involved with the group - if you want any more details or are interested in joining, please contact us or subscribe to the mail list.

Next CTUG meeting: 20th October 2016

The next meeting of the CT Users Group will be held on the 20th October 2016 at Manchester Conference Centre.

An official call for papers will come in due course - join the CTusers mail list to find out when, but early submissions can be made to the secretary.

IQWorks - automated image analysis software for medical physicists

As part of an ongoing interest in automated analysis of CT (and other digital modality) images, CTUG is proud to be involved with the development and support of IQWorks.

This project aims to build on the fantastic work by Andrew Reilly as part of his PhD research at Edinburgh University. The software can now be downloaded, and broader input into its development as an open source project is encouraged. Follow the link above to find out more!

Previous meetings