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Professor Sridhar Krishnaswamy from Northwestern University Visits BIT for Academic Exchange

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    Translator: Wang  Ning, News Agency of BIT

    Editor: News Agency of BIT


  On August 19, 2013, professor Sridhar Krishnaswamy, directors of the Center for Smart Structures and Materials at Northwestern University and researcher Zhu Yina visited the School of Mechanical Engineering of Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) at the invitation of professor Xu Chunguang to conduct academic exchanges and cooperation with the Lab of Detection and Control.

  During the visit, professor Krishnaswamy gave an excellent lecture under the name “Sensors for Intelligent Structural Health Management”, in which updated the wide use of sensing technology in structural health monitoring systematically and addressed the working principle of 3D printed composite photonic senior and its application prospect in intelligent structure health monitoring. The report benefited teachers and students a lot and provided important inspiration for scientific research with bountiful forefront knowledge.

  After the lecture, professor Krishnaswamy, researcher Zhu and the others visited the Lab of Detection and Control and conducted on-site communication and guidance with relevant teachers and students.


A brief introduction of professor Sridhar Krishnaswamy:
       Sridhar Krishnaswamy received his Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology in 1989. He then received his postdoctoral qualifications from the University of California, and is currently the director of the Center for Quality Engineering and Failure Prevention at Northwestern University. Professor Sridhar Krishnaswamy has achieved many important scientific research achievements and scientific research awards in the field of physical optics and acoustic detection: in 1989, the Ernest Sechler Memorial Award was presented by the California Institute of Technology in recognition of his best outstanding contribution in education, teaching and research. In 1993, his speckle interferometry was adopted by the international society for optical engineering and regarded as a landmark series of achievements. In 1996, his paper “holographic interferometry” was included in the milestone series of the international society for optical engineering. In 2005, he won the SPIE award for best thesis.


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