09:00 - 13:30, 22nd June 2007, Room: 2.21 Beehive, Newcastle University
To build interdisciplinary R&D link with China, India and Korea and solve challenging problems in the emerging areas, e.g. non-destructive evaluation for industrial health monitoring, an international research seminar will be held in Newcastle University, as part of the Royal Society funded China-UK Science Network, coordinated by Professor Gui Yun Tian. Seven people from industry and universities will present their work, followed by lab tours and discussion. The seminar
is welcome everyone from any background.
22nd June seminar, 2.21 Beehive, Newcastle University
9:15-9:25 Welcome – Professor Bayan Sharif , HOS
9:25-9:45 Shen Gong Tian
“NDT in China”
China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Center (CSEI)
Building 2, Xiyuan, Hepingjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100013, China
9:45 – 10:05 Professor Li Luming
“Engineering Research in Tsinghua University”
Tsinghua University, China
Room 803, Space center, Main building, Tsinghua University
10:05-10:25 B.P.C. Rao
"Advances in electromagnetic NDE techniques for defect and microstructural characterisation".
Dr. B. Purna Chandra Rao, Head, EMSI Section
NDE Division, Metallurgy & Materials Group Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR) Kalpakkam, TN - 603 102, India
10:25 -10:45 Prof. Dr. Zhenmao Chen
"Passive Nondestructive Evaluation of Mechanical Damages in Austenitic Stainless Steel by Measuring and Inversion of Natrual Magnetic Field Signals"
Vice Dean, School of Aerospace, Xian Jiaotong University
28 West Xianning Road, Xian, 710049, China
11:00-11:20 Professor Jinyi Lee
“Magnetic Camera & It's application"
Dept. of Control & Instrumentation Engineering,
Faculty of Electronics & Information, Chosun University
"Laser - EMATs work, for hot billet inspection"
12:20-12:30 Dr Brian Shaw, Dr John Haigh
"Magnetic barkhausen noise and applications"
School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Newcastle University
12:30-12:40 Mr John Wilson
"Pulse electromagnetic NDE"
School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Newcastle University
12:40 - 1:30 Lunch at E4, the basement, Merz Court *
Published: 21st June 2007