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Education & Technology Transfer Activities: 2006
2007 ICONIC Conference
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The 3rd International conference on Electromagnetic Near-Field Characterization and Imaging (ICONIC) conference is scheduled to be held in St. Louis, MO, on June 27-29, 2007. This conference is dedicated to providing a unified and unique international forum in which different communities in particular Acoustics, Electgromagnetics and Optics are brought together for the exchange of ideas in the realm of innovative Near-Field Methods.
This conference is dedicated to providing a unified and unique international forum in which different communities (Acoustics, Electromagnetics and Optics) are brought together for the exchange of ideas in the realm of innovative Near-Field Methods in Characterization Techniques, Simulations and Applications including: active and passive probe design and calibration; dielectric and magnetic material characterization; test benches; imaging; ISM applications, simulations and modeling; experimental validation; antenna design and measurement for communications, radars, industrial and automotive applications; EMC measurements, shielding, interferences and signal integrity; EMC for automotive, transportation and industrial applications; EM dosimetry and biomedical applications; nondestructive testing and evaluation and embedded sensors for structural, transportation and industrial applications and other important topical subjects with a emphasis on Near-Field Methods.
Encouragement and dissemination of research results in the areas of a) EMC related to automotive applications, interference and signal integrity, b) material characterization related to structural materials including composites and c) nondestructive testing and evaluation (NDT&E) and embedded sensors for infrastructure and transportation system health monitoring are expected to be the potential anticipated benefits.
Bridge Assessment EMC and signal integrity for automotive applications, NDT&E of structures and transportation systems, infrastructure health monitoring.
Relationship to other Research/Projects
It is expected that the results of some of the ongoing project at UMR will be presented at this conference
Technology Transfer Activities
Dissemination of knowledge and technology through presentations and poster.
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