The 15th International Workshop
on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation

13–16 June 2010
Szczecin, Poland

Organized by:

History of ENDE Conference

ENDE Conference is an important event for all scientists with interests in non-destructive testing. The first Conference took place in 1995 in London UK, and has been followed by workshops held in various parts of the world:

ENDE 2009Dayton, United States
ENDE 2008Seoul, Korea
ENDE 2007Cardiff, United Kingdom
ENDE 2006Iwate, Japan
ENDE 2004East Lansing, United States
ENDE 2003Paris, France
ENDE 2002Saarbrücken, Germany
ENDE 2001Kobe, Japan
ENDE 2000Budapest, Hungary
ENDE 1999Des Moines, United States
ENDE 1998Chatou, France
ENDE 1997Reggio Calabria, Italy
ENDE 1996Tokyo, Japan
ENDE 1995London, UK

Objectives

This will be the 15th in a series of international workshops. Its aim is to bring together engineers and scientists from universities, research institutions and industry who are active in research, development and industrial applications of Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation.

Topics

As in previous ENDE workshops, the programme will comprise of invited lectures by prominent, academic and industrial experts and contributed oral presentations on:

  • New developments in electromagnetic NDE
  • Characterization of materials
  • Advanced sensors industrial applications of NDE
  • Analytical and numerical modeling of electromagnetic phenomena
  • Solutions to NDE inverse problems
  • NDE of cracks
  • NDE of residual internal stresses, phase transformations, and microstructures such as precipitation, voids, vacancies and interstitials
  • Biomedical applications of electromagnetic NDE

Conference proceedings

Authors are invited to submit electronically previously unpublished papers relevant to the Workshop topics. Papers will be reviewed upon two pages short papers, to be included in the Workshop Proceedings. Authors of accepted short papers will be encouraged to submit a full version of the papers at the Workshop, which will be peer reviewed for inclusion in a special volume published by the IOS Press.