The 24th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (ENDE2019) will be held on September 11-14, 2019, at the Longemont Hotels Chengdu in Chengdu Sichuan , China.
This year's technical sessions, student posters competition, industry exhibition and tour, and other special events will be coordinated by the NDE Laboratory at SouthWest JiaoTong University. We hope to provide a comprehensive and well-balanced program in theoretical and applied research of electromagnetic NDE (eNDE) methods. This workshop is intended to provide an international forum for the exchange of information on state-of-the-art technologies and development in NDE sensors, modeling, signal processing, inverse problems, materials state awareness and characterization, damage diagnosis and prognosis, biomedical applications, Applications on Railway and innovative industrial applications of eNDE.
Through a range of technical and social activities, ENDE2019 will provide a unique opportunity to interact with the world's leading experts in electromagnetic NDE from academia, industry and government.
We welcome you to join us for an exciting program in the land of plenty in 2019!
Call For Papers:
Authors are invited to submit electronically previously unpublished papers relevant to the workshop topics through the conference webpage (see "Authors Information"). Short papers up to two pages will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee (SPC) to be included in the workshop proceedings. Authors of accepted short papers are encouraged to submit a full version of the papers, which will be peer reviewed for inclusion in a special issue of the ISTP indexed book series “Studies on Applied Electromagnetic and Mechanics”, published by IOS Press.
List of Topics:
New developments in ENDE
Advanced ENDE sensors
Analytical and numerical modeling of ENDE
Inverse problems and signal processing
Material characterization (damages and micro-defects)
Monitoring and diagnosis of mechanical structures
Applications on Railway
Innovative industrial applications of ENDE
ENDE and Artificial Intelligence