Structured session organisers

13-16 June 2017, ILEC Conference Centre, London, UK 



The keynote speakers of the Congress are:

Prof R Randall,
a worldwide expert on condition monitoring, University of New South Wales, Australia

Prof G Shen,
President of the International Society on Acoustic Emission and President of the Chinese Society for NDT

Prof R Smid,
Chairman of the International Program Committee of MESAQIN, Czech Technical University, Prague.


Organiser(s)
Session
Email
Mr S Babu

TBC

skbabu@ndtss.org.sg
Prof K Balasubramaniam

NDT

balas@iitm.ac.in
Prof K Balasubramaniam

TBC

balas@iitm.ac.in
Prof L Cheng

Structural health monitoring

li.cheng@polyu.edu.hk
Prof S Dos Santos
 
Advanced signal processing for CM
serge.dossantos@insa-cvl.fr
Prof S Dos Santos
 
Non-linear signal processing for NDT and CM
serge.dossantos@insa-cvl.fr
Prof S Dos Santos

Advanced vector-valued image, signal and data processing for NDT and CM
serge.dossantos@insa-cvl.fr
Prof D Galar

Prognosis techniques: From physics to data driven approaches

diego.galar@ltu.se
Prof D Galar

eMaintenance: ICT as enabler for CM

diego.galar@ltu.se
Prof T-H Gan

Digital edge of CM

tat-hean.gan@twi.co.uk
Prof L Gelman

CM of local damage

l.gelman@cranfield.ac.uk
Prof A Hope

Vibration analysis, diagnostics and prognostics – case studies from all industries
tony.hope@solent.ac.uk
Prof E Hristoforou

Ferrous materials, non-ferrous materials and composites

eh@metal.ntua.gr
Prof E Hristoforou

Classical and advanced testing, monitoring and characterisation techniques

eh@metal.ntua.gr
Prof E Hristoforou

Classical and advanced processing and treatment techniques

eh@metal.ntua.gr
Prof E Hristoforou

Materials

eh@metal.ntua.gr
Dr E Juuso

Advanced reasoning and diagnosis in CM
esko.juuso@oulo.fi
Dr R Klein

Mechanical diagnostics and prognostics

renata.klein@rkdiagnostics.co.il
Prof V Kostopoulos

Structural health monitoring

kostopoulos@mech.upatras.gr
Prof V Kostyukov

TBC

vkost@dynamics.ru
Prof L Kuravsky

Trained structures and statistical methods in CM

l.s.kuravsky@gmail.com
Prof T Lago

CBM approaches and analysis

thomaslagoqirra@gmail.com
Prof S Lahdelma/Mr K Karioja

Advanced signal processing in CM

sulo.lahdelma@gmail.com
Prof A Lucifredi

Experimental and simulation models for monitoring and diagnostics

lucifredi@unige.it
Dr N Martin

Signal and image processing, pattern recognition, finite element modelling – CM methods and technologies

nadine.martin@gipsa-lab.grenoble-inp.fr
Mr K Maynard

IRT working group world congress proposed session programme

omni01@btinternet.com
Mr S Mills

Certification, education and training for CM
simon.mills@spectrumcbm.co.uk
Dr M Papaelias

Remote CM for railways
m.papaelias@bham.ac.uk
Prof F Pellicano 

Root cause analysis techniques for CM
francesco.pellicano@unimore.it
Mr I Razuvaev

Applications of the acoustic emission for CM of various structures
irazuvaev@alcor.pro
Mr D Shorten

Risk based maintenance optimisation using CM
danielcshorten@gmail.com
Dr Z Skaf

Prognostics: Case studies
z.shaf@cranfield.ac.uk
Prof R Smid Software and systems for CM (wireless sensor networks, internet of things/services, instrumentation and smart sensors)
smid@fel.cvut.cz
Prof L Swedrowski

Sensors and actuators

iswed@pg.gda.pl
Prof P Trampus

Contribution of CM and NDT to asset management
trampusp@trampus.axelero.net
Prof P Trampus

TBC

trampusp@trampus.axelero.net
Prof V Vengrinovich

Sensors selection and output data processing fundamentals

veng@iaph.bas-net.by
Dr L Wang/Prof S Noroozi

CM of tribological systems

ling.wang@soton.ac.uk
Prof M Zuo

TBC
mzuo@ualberta.ca





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