Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



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Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques Workshop


April 6–7, 2021

1:00pm–5:00pm



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Summary

The workshop will examine current opportunities and challenges for electromagnetic nondestructive evaluation (NDE) methods spanning from quasistatic measurements to terahertz frequencies. The forum is intended to enable a productive exchange of ideas on state-of-the-art technologies and recent developments in electromagnetic NDE sensors, signal processing, inverse problems and uncertainty quantification, applied to emerging application spaces. In collaboration with American Society for Nondestructive Testing, we anticipate broad interactions and discussions with leading experts in the NDE community from academia, industry and government.

Topics

Technique focus areas:

  • Electromagnetic NDE sensing systems
  • Numerical modeling of electromagnetic NDE
  • Interferometry, imaging and inverse problems
  • Damage diagnosis and prognosis

Application focus areas:

  • In-situ characterization for additive manufacturing
  • NDE of composite materials
  • Biomedical applications of electromagnetic NDE
  • Sub-surface characterization and monitoring

Organizing Committee

  • Program Chair: Saptarshi Mukherjee
  • Coordination lead: Owen Mays
  • Technical Program lead: Tammy Chang
  • Applications Lead: Joe Tringe
  • Publicity Chair: Dave Chambers

Support Team

Technical POC: Saptarshi Mukherjee, LLNL, mukherjee5@llnl.gov

Administrative POC: Karen Roland, LLNL, roland1@llnl.gov
Admin: Vera Sanchez, LLNL

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Keynote Speakers

Doug McMakin

Doug McMakin

Owner,
Imago IQ LLC

“Near-Field Radar Imaging Technology for Present and Future NDE Applications”


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Dr. Lalita Udpa

Dr. Lalita Udpa

University Distinguished Professor,
Michigan State University

“Overview of Electromagntic NDE for metals and Composites”


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