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Conference Schedule

Presentations should be no longer than 18 minutes, with a further 5 minutes for questions. Posters should have dimensions of 36" wide x 48" tall, or A0 size.

Events on May 24-May 26 take place at the University of Waterloo Conference Centre (Federation Hall, FED). On Tuesday, May 23, the Bayesian workshop will be held in E5 2004, and the welcome reception will be at the University Club, UC. Please see the campus map for details and directions.

schedule
Session 1: Defect Detection/Model DevelopmentWed, May 24, 10:30-13:00
Session 2: Inverse Heat Transfer IWed, May 24, 13:50-15:55
Session 3: Inverse Heat Transfer IIWed, May 24, 16:15-18:20
Poster Session (+dinner)Wed, May 24, 18:30-20:00
Session 4: Inverse Heat Transfer IIIThurs, May 25, 08:00-10:30
Session 5: Optics and Spectroscopy IThurs, May 25, 10:50-12:55
Session 6: Optics and Spectroscopy IIThurs, May 25, 13:50-15:55
Session 7: TomographyThurs, May 25, 16:15-17:55
Session 8: Mathematics and AlgorithmsFriday, May 26, 08:30-10:35
Session 9: Environmental Sensing, Vibrations, and StructuresFriday, May 26, 10:55-13:25

Click on the paper number to see the abstract, and click on the paper title to see the paper.

Wednesday, May 24th

Session 1: Defect Detection/Model Development
Chair: Sriram Narasimhan
10:30-13:00
32TLocating material defects using a scanning laser beamR McMasters
23TActive pulse echo method with time reversal method for identifying crackS Kubo
38TStudy of defects of elastic thermal protection by inverse methods of nonlinear acousticsA Nenarokomov
42TStructural health monitoring using electrical impedance tomography based sensing skin: detecting damage, corrosive elements, and temperature changeA Seppänen
13TConstruction of a microbial kinetic model to capture Staphylococcus aureus growth and decay on skinK Dolan
30TString-harnessed beam structures: an inverse problem approach for mode approximationB Martin
Session 2: Inverse Heat Transfer I
Chair: Keith Woodbury
13:50-15:55
08TA novel method for estimating the distribution of convective heat flux in ducts: Gaussian singular value decompositionF Bozzoli
05TUtilization of generalized transient heat conduction solutions in parameter estimationJ Beck
58TPiecewise quadratic heat flux variation in the sequential function specification methodK Woodbury
11TOptimum design of complementary transient experiments for estimating thermal propertiesF de Monte
28TA time traveling regularization for inverse heat transfer problemsE Magalhaes
Session 3: Inverse Heat Transfer II
Chair: Fabio Bozzoli
16:15-18:20
52TOn line uncertainty estimation in composites manufacturingK Tifkitsis
14TA study of the discrepancy function when modeling a packed bed using Bayesian Inference and Gaussian processesA Emery
01TApplication of POD-RBF technique for retrieving thermal diffusivity of anisotropic materialW Adamczyk
40TDevelopment of a methodology to estimate the thermal diffusivity of solid and liquid metal materialsT Pierre
09TSensitivity study of measurement of pressure-dependent diffusivity of gas diffusion in polymersK Cole
Poster Session18:30-20:00
01ATrefftz collocation method applied to direct and inverse problems for static plane piezoelectricityA Maciag
02AToolkits and techniques for debugging inverse problemsA Boyle
03AParameter identification of fibrous porous mediaJ Grabski
04ADetermination of the effective viscosity in the Brinkman filtration equationM Mierzwiczak
05AView of IHCP solution via Kalman filtering through the lens of filter coefficientK Woodbury
06AEstimation of long-duration surface heat flux by solving nonlinear inverse heat conduction problemL Zhuo
07AString-harnessed system modeling with Euler-Bernoulli and Timoshenko beam models: coupled vibrationsK Yerrapragada
08AA collage-based approach for solving an inverse problem for a system of PDEs on a porous domainH Kunze
09ARecognition of a time-dependent source in a time-fractional wave equationK Siskova
10ATemperature-dependent thermal properties measurement by solving inverse heat transfer problemsW Pan
11ACharacterization of the heat exposure on a compartment wall in a large-scale fireM DiDomizio
12AElectromagnetic flow tomography device for imaging conductive fluid flowsM Vauhkonen
13ASensitivity coefficients for thermal property measurements using a boundary condition of the sixth kindF de Monte
14AOptimal coil currents in electromagnetic flow tomographyO Lehtikangas
15AOn the use of the Weibull model for microbial inactivation in multi-variable dynamic systemsK Casulli
16AHearing the shape of a drum and beyondH Zhu
17AInverse modelling approach to determine material properties of electrolytes: effects of faradaic convectionA K Sethurajan
18AConditioning on position: a revised formulation of the CSE model for turbulent combustionG Hendra
19ATrefftz method and inverse operators in solving coupled problems of thermoelasticityA Pawinska
20AIdentification of elastic multilayers from indentation experimentsA Constantinescu

Thursday, May 25th

Session 4: Inverse Heat Transfer III
Chair: Andrea Scott
08:00-10:30
24TNumerical investigation of coated carbide tool using COMSOL and inverse problemsS Lima e Silva
03TQuasi online sensors positioning for heating source trackingL Autrique
26TConstruction of a virtual temperature sensor for application to a holding furnace in foundry under vacuum conditionsT Loussouarn
02TTransfer function identification through total least squares: application to a heat exchanger in transient thermal regimeW Al Hadad
43TDevelopment of correlation for the heat transfer coefficient for an array of air jetsA Ryfa
22TEstimation of local heat transfer coefficient in hybrid electronic circuits: method comparisonA Samson
Session 5: Optics and Spectroscopy I
Chair: Alexander Wong
10:50-12:55
04TPlasma thermal characterization in nuclear fusion contextL Autrique
48TRobust sparse linear regression in Tokamak plasma boundary estimation using variational BayesV Skvara
07TCompensated lens-free light field microscopyA Boroomand
27TDepth from defocus via active quasi-random point projectionsA Ma
33TApplication of the inverse analysis to determine the parameters of the weighted multi-point source model for natural gas diluted with carbon dioxide turbulent diffusion flamesR Miguel
Matlab for Inverse Analysis (J Gazzarri)13:50-14:15
Session 6: Optics and Spectroscopy II
Chair: Aku Seppänen
14:15-15:55
51TModeling errors of multiangle elastic light scattering measurement for inference of soot morphologyS Talebi Moghaddam
47TApplying a model selection to laser-induced incandescenceT Sipkens
18TChemical species tomography with a Bayesian hyperpriorS Grauer
41TOptical Absorption Tomography for Carbon Dioxide Concentration ImagingN Polydorides
Session 7: Tomography
Chair: Nicholas Polydorides
16:15-17:55
49TOptimal design of ECT sensors using prior knowledgeM Neumayer
54TDifference reconstruction methods for electrical capacitance tomography imaging of two-dimensional oisture flow in concreteA Voss
21TA deconvolution error avoidance technique in Richardson-Lucy methodH Yamauchi
56TShale structure reconstruction by X-ray computerized tomography based on total variation regularizationY Wang

Friday, May 26th

Session 8: Mathematics and Algorithms
Chair: Ed Vrscay
08:30-10:35
55TAn algorithm to construct tubular networks that occupy arbitrary regions in R3F Ghasempour
60TCollage theorem-based approaches for solving inverse problems for differential equations: a review of recent developmentsH Kunze
53TThe inverse problem of discovering complex network generatorsM Ventresca
57TInverse eigenvalue problems for checkerboard Toeplitz matricesB Willms
49TComparison of sparse Bayesian regularization methods for high-dimensional inverse problemV Smidl
Session 9: Environmental Sensing, Vibrations, and Structures
Chair: Paul Hadwin
10:55-13:25
61TDispersion relationship extraction using a smooth complex orthogonal decomposition Rayleigh quotientR Caldwell
31TSimulation-based optimum Bayesian experiment design for high-voltage conductorsC Matt
45TIce thickness prediction under hierarchical Bayesian network-data assimilation frameworkF Sun
46TBayesian approach to single-tree detection in airborne laser scanning - use of training data for prior and likelihood modelingA Seppänen
34TAn approach for noise reduction in inverse problems, applied to well-test dataC Minutti
62TBridge model updating and health monitoring using a single mobile actuator-sensor pairR Nayek