Researchers from around the world will gather in Baltimore, Maryland to share nondestructive characterization research with their colleagues who are actively engaged in advances in nondestructive evaluation technology. This symposium features presentations addressing issues of current and future interest, covering both theoretical and experimental work. Featured will be presentations about state-of-the-art developments and applications where the complex nature of materials is recognized. Additionally there discussions on the applications and possibilities for multi-technique measurements of interdependent parameters and the evaluation of the data through sophisticated computer analyses.
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Student Members and Retired Members - $49
The 16th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials will focus on the use of nondestructive evaluation methods as an investigation tool to determine material properties, and characterize parts of materials or features detected within them.SEE EVENT DETAILS »
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