Faculty


Prof. Xavier Maldague

– Program Director –

Xavier Maldague has been professor at the Electrical and Computing Engineering Department of Laval University since 1989 (and head of the Department since 2003). His research interests are in infrared thermography, NonDestructive Evaluation (NDE) techniques and vision and digital systems for industrial inspection.
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Prof. Pierre Bélanger

– Co-Grantee –

Professor Pierre Bélanger is a specialist in ultrasonic wave propagation for biomedical and industrial applications. His research interests also include development of instrumentation and modeling of complex dynamic systems.
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Prof. Hakim Bendada

– Co-Grantee –

Hakim Bendada joined the Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory at Laval University in Canada in 2005. His scientific interests are centered on infrared vision and sensors, nondestructive testing using infrared thermography, laser-beam thermography, image processing and inverse problems in heat transfer, optical design in thermometry, opto-thermal inspection in industrial processes, photothermal diagnostics, and non-invasive thermophysics.
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Prof. Tobin Filleter

– Co-Grantee –

Professor Tobin Filleter leads the Nanomechanics and Materials Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. He is a specialist in ultrasonic testing and nanostructured materials characterization. His research interests also include micro and nanomechanics, tribology, and composite materials design.
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Prof. Roman Maev

– Co-Grantee –

Roman Gregorovich Maev is the Founding Director General of The Institute for Diagnostic Imaging Research—a multi-disciplinary, collaborative research and innovation consortium. The Institute was formed in 2008 by the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation.
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Prof. Andreas Mandelis

– Co-Grantee –

Andreas Mandelis is a full professor of Mechanical, Industrial and Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Toronto. He is the Canada Research Chair in Diffusion-Wave and Photoacoustic Sciences and Technologies and Director of the Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave Technologies (CADIFT) at the University of Toronto. He holds the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Diffusion-Wave and Photoacoustic Sciences and Technologies at the University of Toronto.
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Prof. Martin Viens

– Co-Grantee –

After 4 years at NRC and a little over 5 in industry, Professor Martin Viens joined ÉTS in 2003. Among other topics, he is working on the analysis of eddy current signals, the monitoring of structural integrity through guided ultrasonic waves, the use of phased array ultrasonic probes to improve inspection coverage and reliability and the implementation tomography and shearography in aeronautics.
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