Monica Jane Emerson
Monica Jane Emerson
Postdoc at DTU Compute
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TitleCited byYear
Individual fibre segmentation from 3D X-ray computed tomography for characterising the fibre orientation in unidirectional composite materials
MJ Emerson, KM Jespersen, AB Dahl, K Conradsen, LP Mikkelsen
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 97, 83-92, 2017
402017
Novelty detection of foreign objects in food using multi-modal X-ray imaging
H Einarsdóttir, MJ Emerson, LH Clemmensen, K Scherer, K Willer, ...
Food Control 67, 39-47, 2016
152016
Quantifying fibre reorientation during axial compression of a composite through time-lapse X-ray imaging and individual fibre tracking
MJ Emerson, Y Wang, PJ Withers, K Conradsen, AB Dahl, VA Dahl
Composites Science and Technology 168, 47-54, 2018
112018
Statistical validation of individual fibre segmentation from tomograms and microscopy
MJ Emerson, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, LP Mikkelsen, AB Dahl
Composites Science and Technology 160, 208-215, 2018
92018
Dictionary based segmentation in volumes
MJ Emerson, KM Jespersen, PS Jørgensen, R Larsen, AB Dahl
Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis, 504-515, 2015
92015
X-ray based micromechanical finite element modeling of composite materials
LP Mikkelsen, MJ Emerson, KM Jespersen, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, ...
29th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2016
82016
Content-based Propagation of User Markings for Interactive Segmentation of Patterned Images
VA Dahl, CH Trinderup, MJ Emerson, AB Dahl
arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.02226, 2018
42018
A multimodal data-set of a unidirectional glass fibre reinforced polymer composite
MJ Emerson, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, LP Mikkelsen, AB Dahl
Data in brief 18, 1388-1393, 2018
12018
Fiber segmentation from 3D X-ray computed tomography of composites with continuous textured glass fibre yarns
FS Rasmussen, MJ Emerson, MR Sonne, JH Hattel, LP Mikkelsen, ...
2019 International Conference on Tomography of Materials & Structures, 2019
2019
Insegt Fibre: a user-friendly software for individual fibre segmentation
MJ Emerson, AB Dahl, K Conradsen, VA Dahl
Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Composites Materials (ICCM), 2019
2019
Insegt Fibre: A Powerful Segmentation Tool for Quantifying Fibre Architecture in Composites
MJ Emerson, KM Jespersen, Y Wang, PJ Withers, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, ...
Proceedings of 2019 International Conference on Tomography of Materials …, 2019
2019
Understanding UD Fibre-reinforced Polymers through X-ray Imaging and Individual Fibre Tracking
MJ Emerson, AB Dahl, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, Y Wang, PJ Withers, ...
69th Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society, 2018
2018
Statistical Image Analysis of Tomograms with Application to Fibre Geometry Characterisation
MJ Emerson
DTU Compute, 2018
2018
New approach for validating the segmentation of 3D data applied to individual fibre extraction
MJ Emerson, AB Dahl, VA Dahl, K Conradsen, LP Mikkelsen
3rd International Conference on Tomography of 3D Materials and Structures, 2017
2017
Unidirectional Fibre Composite Characterisation from X-ray Tomography
MJ Emerson, Y Wang, KM Jespersen, LP Mikkelsen, PJ Withers, ...
TMS 2017: 146th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, 2017
2017
Geometrical Characterisation of Individual Fibres From X-Ray Tomograms
MJ Emerson, VA Dahl, LP Mikkelsen, AB Dahl, K Conradsen
30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics (NSCM-30), 2017
2017
Segmentation of individual fibres in a uni-directional composite from 3D X-ray computed tomography data
MJ Emerson, KM Jespersen, AB Dahl, K Conradsen, LP Mikkelsen
3rd International Congress on Materials Science, 2016
2016
Quantification Tools for Analyzing Tomograms of Energy Materials
MJ Emerson, AB Dahl, R Larsen
Conference on Energy and Environment for the Future: Sustainable energy for …, 2014
2014
Can We Find Organic Materials in Food Using X-rays?
MJ Emerson, H Einarsdottir, LKH Clemmensen, BK Ersbøll
3rd Annual Conference on Body and Carcass Evaluation, Meat Quality, Software …, 2014
2014
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