Prof Bruce Drinkwater, WP leader for the Programme Grant on "Pervasive Sensing for Buried Pipes", led by te University of Sheffield.
Prof Robert Smith, participant on the Programme Grant on "Reshaping the Test Pyramid for composites design and test", led by the University of Southampton.
Prof Paul Wilcox for his Turing Fellowship project “Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Data Science for Industry 4.0”
Dr Rob Hughes for becoming a lecturer in the UNDT group.
Acoustofluidics Forum and Olympics 2019 - 26 & 27 June 2019
Discover how ultrasonics and acoustic waves interactions with liquids have an effect in bio-sampling, microanalysis, and microfluidic diagnosis and more in this two-day event. To find out more and to book tickets, visit eventbrite.
March 2019 - The CDT's success continues with new research projects commencing in October
January 2019 - Minister visits our lab to learn more about world-leading ultrasonic research and how it can be used by robots to detect pipe damage and save millions of pounds.
December 2018 - Advancements in acoustic tweezers from University of Bristol Professor Bruce Drinkwater and his colleague Dr Asier Marzo, from Universidad Publica De Navarrain Spain, are driving the technology towards contactless medical procedures.
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.
September 2018 - Professor Robert Smith was appointed new Director of the UK Research centre in Non-Destructive Evaluation by the Board.
July 2018 - See what Prof Drinkwater has to say about the real applications of ultrasounds