13th Int Conference on Vibration Measurements by Laser and Noncontact Techniques & Short Course

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Since its very first edition in October 1994 the AIVELA Conference on Vibration Measurements by Laser Techniques has established itself as the international forum where research ideas and technological innovation on Laser Vibrometry were presented and exchanged. Ancona, an ancient and fascinating Italian town situated on the Adriatic coast, became the biennial destination of the international laser vibrometry community, hosted by AIVELA at the premises of the local university (today Università Politecnica delle Marche).
The event was initially focused on Vibration Measurements by Laser Techniques and it immediately met large consensus among the International Research Community. In 2010 the Scientific Committee decided to widen the topics of the event by including also other noncontact techniques and the name of the event was changed to International Conference on Vibration Measurements by Laser and Noncontact Techniques.
The Conference aims at creating an active and stimulating forum where current research results and technical advances can be exchanged and the development of new systems for laboratory use, field testing and industrial application can be promoted. For this reason, experts in vibration and acoustics, manufacturers and authorities in the field of optical and non- invasive instrumentation and industrial users of such measurement devices have come from all over the world to present their activities and innovative approaches to vibration measurements.

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The Conference will be held at the Muse Theatre Piazza della Repubblica - 60121 Ancona Tel. 071 207841 (reception)
19th June - 22nd June 2018
organized by

AIVELA in collaboration with the Department of Industrial Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

conference chairmen

E.P. Tomasini

Università Politecnica Marche

email: e.p.tomasini@univpm.it

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