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Call for Papers

The 51st Annual Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation (QNDE 2024) conference is accepting abstracts through December 11, 2023 for technical papers published in the QNDE 2024 Conferences Proceedings.

For in-progress and non-published presentation-only presentations, abstracts submissions will be accepted through April 3, 2024.

As the only event exclusively focused on advancing NDE, QNDE is designed to provide an interface between research and early engineering. The program features presentations and dedicated networking focused on facilitating a rapid transfer to engineering development, bringing NDE technologies to the attention of researchers and users in national laboratories, industry, and academia, including graduate students.

To foster an inclusive dialogue and drive progress, QNDE accepts in-progress, published, and non-publication presentation abstracts. December 14 is the deadline to submit your research as part of the conference proceedings.

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with your research community and advance your career.

QNDE 2024 Tracks Include:

  • Advanced Modelling for NDE
  • Digital Thread/Digital Twin/NDE Big Data
  • Electromagnetic NDE Techniques
  • Emerging Techniques & Technology
  • Guided Waves
  • Machine Learning and Statistical Methods in NDE
  • NDE for Additive Manufacturing
  • NDE for Civil Infrastructure
  • NDE Diagnostics and Prognostics in Aviation
  • Nonlinear Ultrasonic Techniques for NDE
  • Nuclear Power NDE
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Ultrasonic Arrays
  • Material Characterization by Ultrasonic waves
  • Robotic and Automated NDE
  • Innovative and Multiphysics' NDE for Process Control Monitoring
  • Advanced Experimental Techniques for Ultrasonic Imaging, Image Processing & Machine learning
  • Student Poster Competition
  • Technical Posters

Conference Chairs
Tribikram Kundu, University of Arizona
Henrique Reis, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Jeong-Beom (J-B) Ihn, Boeing Corporation, Seattle, Washington
Paul Fromme, University College London