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NDT.net Issue - 2014-05 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2014-05
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
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The Fall School: Modelling and Simulation for Non Destructive Evaluation

Materials Simulations & Engineering Int. Chair, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France

The fall school “Modelling and Simulation for Non Destructive Evaluation” is jointly organized by the CEA (INSTN and Technology Research Division), EDF and EXTENDE with the collaboration of Curtin University (Australia).

The aim of the school is to provide PhD students, post-doc researchers, young scientists and engineers with the various methods for non destructive modeling related to materials science.

The program includes lectures given by international leading scientists in the field, and practical computer training sessions with the use of relevant softwares CIVA and ATHENA.

Organizers:
Pierre CALMON CEA-DRT Saclay pierre.calmon@cea.fr
Philippe DUBOIS EXTENDE philipe.dubois@extende.com
Fabienne RUPIN EDF R&D Renardières fabienne.rupin@edf.fr
Philippe BARANEK EDF R&D, Renardières philippe.baranek@edf.fr
Constantin MEIS CEA/INSTN, Saclay constantin.meis@cea.fr
Julian GALE Curtin University, Australia J.Gale@curtin.edu.au
Eric Simoni Université Paris Sudvice-doyen-recherche.sciences@u-psud.fr
Pierre Richard DahooUVSQ pierre.dahoo@uvsq.fr

Date/Time: Date(s) - 13/10/2014 - 17/10/2014 All Day
Location INSTN, CEA Saclay

Registration deadline: September 19th, 2014

Secretary and registration:
Mrs Martine Mury, CEA/INSTN
E-mail: martine.mury@cea.fr
Phone: +33 1 69 08 89 09
www.mse-chair.org

 
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