The Month 32 progress meeting brought the FleX-RAY consortium to Sheffield. More specifically, our partner, the University of Sheffield, organised and hosted the assembly in the Physics Department. So, between the 4th and 5th of May, TWI Hellas, the RISE Institute, the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, and Optoelectronica came together to discuss the progress of the H2020 project.
The meeting started with project management updates, technical achievements and potential risks. During the first day, all the partners presented their progress, ongoing tasks, shortcomings and successes, all on the way to developing a flexible X-ray imaging detector. Additionally, discussions over pending issues and prospective steps were conducted to ensure the project’s future is built on solid foundations. On day 2, the whole day was dedicated to prototype testing. It all started with the lab induction and a test plan presentation on what would happen throughout the day, from the actual testing session to the testing outcomes discussion.
Check out the images below from our FleX-RAY prototype testing for an insight look!