Key dates and participating speakers

Tuesday 12 to Thursday 14 September 2023
Northampton Town Centre Hotel, Northampton, UK 

Key dates
Submission of proposals for structured sessionsStill accepting
(subject to availability)
Deadline for structured session abstract submissionStill accepting
(subject to availability)
Deadline for general abstract submission (not more than 200 words)
Still accepting
(subject to availability)
Notification of abstract acceptance (not later than)
Still accepting
(subject to availability)
Deadline for submission of full-length papers (to ensure publication of your paper you must adhere to this
date; any papers submitted after this date will not be included)

Still accepting
(subject to availability)
Notification of full-length paper acceptance (not later than) 9 June 2023 
Early registration 4 August 2023
Speaker registration 4 August 2023

  Plenary speakers

Professor G Enevoldsen and
Dr C Svendsen
Novel condition monitoring of axial piston pumps 
Dr A Masoumi Drivetrain health management in agricultural vehicles 4.0 
Professor R Mishra
Digital twins for condition monitoring of mechanical systems
Tim StevensonUltrasonic condition monitoring in extreme environments 
N S Vyas Data-driven integration and deep learning analytics for large systems 

  Keynote Speakers

Professor R SmidDigital twin for CM of actuators

  Structured session organisers

Dr L Alboul Digital and assistive health technologies: Developments, innovations and opportunities
T Bradshaw Acoustic emission for condition monitoring
Dr S GaneriwalaInduction machine condition monitoring and diagnostics
Professor L GelmanGeneral condition monitoring and signal processing
S GreenfieldLubricant analysis, quality and debris monitoring 
Oil analysis and debris monitoring 
Professor A Hope Vibration monitoring and analysis 
Dr E Juuso Advanced signal processing and diagnostics in condition monitoring 
Dr M Khan Empirical modelling for predicting mechanical performance and failures 
S Mills Condition monitoring training and certification 
ISO 17359 – key steps to implementing condition monitoring 
Professor S Noroozi Transduce technologies for monitoring biomechanics of joints during orthopaedic surgery
Professor F Pellicano and
Dr A Zippo
Signal processing and modelling of complex systems 
Dr A Rahbarimanesh Application of data-driven and physics-based modelling for asset condition monitoring
D Whittle Vibration analysis practical workshop with case studies

For further information contact: Events and Awards Department, The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing,
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