Several ADVISE partners will be attending the annual Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation on July 15-19th 2018 in Burlington, Vermont, USA.
If you wish to know more about the ADVISE project, its first results and about related progresses in the NDE field, Andreas Schumm from EDF will be giving an oral presentation (n°214 “Multiple Scattering Filtering for Volumetric and Plane Defects”) at 9:50AM and Michal Kalkowski from Imperial College London (n°153 “Austenitic weld stiffness map inversion powered by GPU-accelerated finite element simulations”) at 4:50PM on July 18th, 2018.
Several ADVISE partners are attending the 12th European Conference on Non-Destructive Testing from June 11-15th 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The annual ECNDT provides an excellent opportunity to strengthen global collaboration in NDT research and innovation. Gathering a large number of experts in the field of NDT, it is a great opportunity to introduce them the ADVISE project, and build on existing results in this field.
Andreas Schumm, the ADVISE Project Coordinator as well as project partners Pierre Calmon (CEA), Pierre-Emile Lhuillier (EDF), Souad Bannouf (EXTENDE), Martin Spies (Fraunhofer) and Peter Huthwaite (ICL) will be giving oral presentations in their field of expertise at the annual conference. Also, EXTENDE welcomes you at its booth C03:01, where you can pick up an ADVISE brochure to know more about the project.
Andreas Schumm, the ADVISE Project Coordinator has been invited to present the ADVISE project at the Joint Technical Session organised by the H2020 SOTERIA project during the Annual NUGENIA Forum – Nuclear Days 2018.
This joint session is open to the general public and is an excellent platform for exchanging information, building collaborations and enhancing synergies with other projects.
The ADVISE project has officially started its activities on the 1st of September 2017. The Consortium met for the first time at the ADVISE Kick-off meeting, held on 4-5 October 2017 in France (at EDF site).