Infrared Nondestructive Testing Seminar


The Infrared Non-destructive Evaluation Seminar intends to summarize and spread the progress accomplished during the Inter-American Collaboration in Materials Research (CIAM) project between Pontificia Universidad Javeriana-Cali and Université Laval in Québec.


Place: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali

Date: March 16 2012, 2:00 P.M - 6 P.M

Room: Auditorio 6 Edificio Las Palmas

Schedule*

  • 2:00 P.M - 2:40 P.M Report on the project and research on infrared thermography at Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory, Xavier Maldague-Université Laval, Québec project_xm_cali_2_2012.ppt
  • 3:20 P.M - 3:40 P.M Cofee break
  • 3:40 P.M - 4:20 P.M Applied research experiences in infrared thermography, Humberto Loaiza-Universidad del Valle
  • 5:00 - 5:40 P.M Image quality indexes for infrared nondestructive testing, Hernán Benítez- Pontificia Universidad Javeriana-Cali imagequalityassessment_irndt.pdf
  • 5:40 PM - 6:00 P.M - Final remarks

*The seminar languages will be English/Spanish-Printed copies of the slides will be provided to participants.

Contact information

For free registration (Limited accommodations): Hernán Benítez, benitez@ieee.org, +57 2 32182 00, ext 151, Facultad de Ingeniería Oficina 2.50- Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Cali.

Biographies

Xavier Maldague

Xavier Maldague, Ph. D., P. Eng. is professor at the Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering of Université Laval, Québec City, Canada. He has trained over 50 graduate students (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) with more than 300 publications. His research interests are in infrared thermography, NonDestructive Evaluation (NDE) techniques and vision / digital systems for industrial inspection. In 1996, he became Fellow of the Alexander von Humbolt Foundation (AvH) in Germany. In 2009, he was elected Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada (FEIC). Since 2004, he has held a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in infrared techniques for NonDestructive Evaluation (NDE), renewed in 2011.


Clemente Ibarra-Castanedo

Clemente Ibarra Castanedo obtuvo un doctorado en termografía infrarroja en la Universidad Laval, misma institución en la que labora actualmente como profesional de investigación para el grupo de Visión infrarroja del Laboratorio de visión y sistemas digitales. Entre sus principales intereses se incluyen las técnicas activas y pasivas de visión infrarroja, el procesado de señales e imágenes infrarrojas, el control no destructivo de materiales, así como los sistemas de transferencia acoplada de calor y masa. El Dr. Ibarra es miembro del ASME, IEEE, SPIE y ASNT.


Hermes Fandiño Toro

Hermes Fandiño Toro concluded his undergraduate studies in 2009 in Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Manizales, and is currently linked to the M.Eng. Program of Industrial Automation in the National University of Colombia, at Manizales. Currently, he is working on parameter measurement in thermal imaging for motor fault identification. His research interests encompass digital image processing and pattern recognition for feature extraction applied to thermographic images.


Humberto Loaiza Correa

Humberto Loaiza Correa es ingeniero electricista, magister en Automática, Universidad del Valle: Doctor en Robótica, Université d'Evry, Francia. Profesor Titular, Escuela de Ingeniería Eléctrica y Electrónica, Universidad del Valle. Fundador y co-director del grupo de investigación Percepción y Sistemas Inteligentes. Ex-director del Programa de Posgrados en Ingeniería Eléctrica y Electrónica. Autor de libros en el área de ingeniería electrónica y autor de múltiples artículos sobre resultados de proyectos de investigación publicados en revistas indexadas. Líneas de investigación: robótica móvil, visión artificial, procesamiento digital de señales y reconocimiento de patrones.


Hernán Darío Benítez Restrepo

Hernán Darío Benítez Restrepo received his undergraduate degree in Electronic Engineering, his Dr. Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Sede Cali and Universidad del Valle, in 2002 and 2008, respectively. Since February 2010 he is adjunct professor at the Laboratory of Computer Vision and Systems of Université Laval, Québec City. Since January 2008, he has been with the Department of Science and Engineering of Computing, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Sede Cali. His main research interests encompass pattern recognition, infrared vision and digital signal processing.

 
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