Congratulations to

Prof Paul Wilcox for his Turing Fellowship project “Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Data Science for Industry 4.0” 

Dr Rob Hughes CIMComp Future Composites Manufacturing Hub feasibility study.

Our student Tatsuki Fushimi for winning the student paper competition at IEEE IUS 2018, in Kobe Japan


UNDT welcomes

Maria Zilidou, EngD from the Composites IDC at Bristol.

Kanav Prashar, EngD from the CDT in Quantitative NDE at Bristol.

Richard Pyle, EngD from the CDT in Quantitative NDE at Bristol.

Xiayun Sun, PhD from the BCFN CDT at Bristol.

Yuan Xue, PhD student at the NDT group at Bristol. 

Registration open for the UKAN/RCNDE Workshop in Arrays

November 2018 - The Non-Destructive Evaluation special interest group (NDE - SIG) of the Acoustics Network (UKAN) is hosting its first meeting on Friday the 11th January in Bristol. This meeting is a chance to hear about and discuss the latest developments in ultrasonic array imaging. 

This workshop is intended for anybody with an interest in NDE applications of arrays, from students to practicioners and technology developers. 

To register please use EventBrite

Professor Paul Wilcox awarded with an Alan Turing fellowship 

October 2018 - The Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national Institute for Data Science, has recently awarded the 2018 Fellowships to projects that will have substantial impact in the areas of data science and artificial intelligence. Professor Wilcox's will apply data science to exploit the full potential of quantitative Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) measurements of engineering assets, ranging from power stations to aeroplanes.

Professor Robert Smith, new Director of RCNDE

September 2018 - Professor Robert Smith was appointed new Director of the UK Research centre in Non-Destructive Evaluation by the Board.

Professor Bruce Drinkwater interview for Physics World

July 2018 - See what Prof Drinkwater has to say about the real applications of ultrasounds

 UNDT present at WoMad, The World's Festival 

July 2018 - Festival goers learn about Acoustic Levitation with our PhD student Amanda Franklin.


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