About the World Congress
13-16 June 2017, ILEC Conference Centre, London, UK
The International Society for Condition Monitoring (ISCM) and the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) are delighted to invite you to this global event. This congress is of major significance, being the first world event in its field. Ownership and overall control of the event rests with the ISCM and this premier event is being organised in the United Kingdom by BINDT in collaboration with almost all condition monitoring and NDT societies worldwide. This combination of efforts will create one of the largest events of its kind at a truly international level. The event will provide you with a unique opportunity to network with leading academics and industrialists from all over the world in the field of condition monitoring and related areas.
The congress will embrace all aspects of condition monitoring and related areas and papers are invited from individual contributors, although it is expected that the majority of papers will be submitted from delegates who are members of the national condition monitoring and NDT societies, many of which are already members of the ISCM. The national societies are asked to encourage their members to actively participate in the event. Presenters of papers that are members of the national societies are welcome to attend the congress at discounted ‘Member’ rates.
The congress technical programme will include:
- Plenary keynote presentations
- Invited overview presentations
- Invited and contributed presentations, including case study presentations
- Industrial sessions for major industrial sectors
- Workshops on advanced topics in condition monitoring, led by recognised scientists and engineers
- Expert panel session on hot topics in condition monitoring
- Exhibition, vendor presentations and plenary spotlight sessions for exhibitors and sponsors.
Tim Armitt, IEng, FInstNDT LEP
Technical Director, Level 3 Instructor and Consultant, Lavender International.
Professor R Randall,
University of New South Wales, Australia and worldwide expert on condition monitoring.
Professor G Shen,
President of the International Society on Acoustic Emission and President of the Chinese Society for NDT.
Professor R Smid,
Czech Technical University, Prague and Chairman of the International Program Committee of MESAQIN.
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