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The GW4SHM project, funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2019-860104), aims at training a new generation of researchers skilled in all aspects of Structural Health Monitoring focusing on aeronautics, petrochemistry and the automotive sector. Open Positions at EURAXESS: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/491142 Direct link to project taking place at Goethe University Frankfurt: Open ESR6 Homepage...
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The kick-off meeting of the scientific network “Towards a holistic quality assessment for guided wave-based structural health monitoring” took place at the end of January 2020 in the rooms of the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) in Berlin. Prof. Dr. Inka Mueller from the Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering at Bochum...
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The European project GW4SHM started with a Kick-off meeting in January 2020. Now, the first tweet has been posted on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BAMResearch/status/1219281183567228929
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A joint paper with Prof. John Barker and Dr. Bhavsar from the Frankfurt Initiative for Regenerative Medicine has been accepted for publication in Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology.   Abstract: The most common imaging method used to monitor bone fracture healing is multiple radiographic images performed by highly trained professionals with expensive equipment that can...
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This photo shows Amit Shrestha and me in our laboratory. Amit worked in the RAMMS project for about three years and developed a novel direct digital synthesizer for use in future ultra-wideband radar systems. For his new position in Berlin I wish him all the best!
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My scientific publications were cited 1,000 times since 2008 when I have published my first scientific paper.
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This photo shows my presentation in the SPECIAL SESSION “SHM Technology in Wind Turbines” at IWSHM 2019. Reference: Moll, J. ; Mälzer, M.; Simon, J.; Taremi Zadeh, A.; Krozer, V.; Dürr, M.; Kramer, C.; Friedmann, H.; Nuber, A.; Salman, R. & Pozdniakov, D. Monitoring of Wind Turbine Blades using Radar Technology: Results from a Field...
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This photo shows Chris Kexel and me at the International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (IWSHM 2019) at Stanford University. We are presenting our latest research results related to SHM (guided ultrasound waves, signal processing, wind turbines, biomedical applications, imaging, ultrasound data communication).
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We are very pleased to announce that a paper got accepted at the Scientific Data journal – an open access publication from the Nature Research for the descriptions of scientifically valuable datasets. Abstract: The influence of temperature is regarded as particularly important for a structural health monitoring system based on ultrasonic guided waves. Since the...
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We have demonstrated a combined inspection and data communication approach for Lamb-wave Structural Health Monitoring. A paper was recently accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control. Abstract: Guided ultrasound waves have long been studied in the context of structural health monitoring (SHM). More recently, they have also been proposed for...
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