Seminar on Advanced Photomechanics Techniques and its Applications in Industry

To broaden the knowledge of members on automotive technologies, after successfully held serial seminars in automotive fields over last year, DCEA will continue to provide more seminars in 2011. Now DCEA invites the long time friend of Detroit, Dr. Xiaoyuan He from Southeast University, China to give us a talk on photomechanics techniques and its application in industry.

Advanced photomechanics techniques are playing a more and more important role in scientific research, engineering test and industrial inspections, which are based on laser interferometry and digital image processing. The very tiny deformation of the structures and parts is able to be detected by analyzing variations of the phase in laser interferometry or the grey in digital images. The techniques deal with shearography, electronic speckle pattern interferometry ESPI, digital holography, moire interferometry and digital image correlation (DIC). They can be applied to non-destructive test (NDT), strain measurement, deformation analysis and material test, etc. 

Dr. He will also introduce the oversea talent program of Jiangsu province and especially SoutheastUniversity in Nanjing, China.

 

Speaker:        Dr. Xiaoyuan He

When         February 26, 2011Saturday10:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Whrere       ACSGD

                      1300 Derby Road, Birmingham, MI, 48009 

Cost            free for DCEA and JSAM members,

                      $10 for non-members,

                     (DCEA welcome new membersand a life time membership fee is $30)

 

Registration online click here (http://detroitengineer.org/registration/2011feb21)

Contact: Ning Zhang (nzhang_us@yahoo.com, 248-808-0048)

 

A brief bio of Dr. Xiaoyuan He, Dr he received his BS degree from the Department of Applied Mechanics, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, in 1982, his MS degree from the Department of Mathematics and MechanicsSoutheast University, Nanjing, China, in 1987, and his PhD degree from the Institute of Mechanics, Southwest JiaotongUniversity, Chengdu, China, in 1994. He is a professor and deputy director of the Key lab of MEMS of Education Ministry of China, Southeast University, and a member of Society for Experimental Mechanics, Inc. He is also vice president of the Chinese Society for Experimental Mechanics. His research interests include 3-D shape and deformation measurements by optical methods, and image processing techniques. He is a manager and main investigator of projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), the National High Technology Research and Development Program ("863"Program) of China and the National Basic Research Program of China ("973" Program). He has published more than 160 papers in international journals and conference proceedings on photo-mechanics

 

Event Date: 
Saturday, February 26, 2011 - 15:00