Parallel Session

Ji'nan Parallel Session

Title: Intelligent Detection Technology and Application


With the development of computer and information technology, advanced sensor technology and artificial intelligence algorithms are gradually combined with detection technology, which has injected new development momentum into the intelligent detection technology. Intelligent detection utilizes advanced data processing techniques, intelligent algorithms, and artificial intelligence concepts to better understand sensor data and extract data features, leading to measures that can be used in industry and engineering applications. Particularly in recent years, there have been significant advances in intelligent detection technologies in terms of advanced nondestructive detection, structural health monitoring, robotic inspection, deep learning algorithms based data analysis and imaging, and the availability of big data. The intelligent detection technology has been successfully applied in many fields such as aerospace, remote sensing, transportation and infrastructure engineering.

This session aims to share the latest research results in the field of Intelligent detection technology and its application. We also encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews.

Invited Speaker:

Prof. Zhijun Qiao

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA

Prof. Zhijun Qiao is the President's Endowed Professor of University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. His research interests include integrable systems, inverse problem of Maxwell Equations, radar image and signal processing, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) image reconstructions. At present, he has presided over more than 20 national and international research projects, and has published more than 180 academic papers in prestigious international journals such as Communications in Mathematical Physics, Journal of Nonlinear Science, Journal of Differential Equations and IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (TGRS). In addition, He has also served as the deputy Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, and the editor of Studies in Applied Mathematics, Journal of Applied Analysis and Computation and other international journals.

Prof. Zhijun Wu

Wuhan University, China

Prof. Zhijun Wu is the Deputy Dean of School of Civil Engineering in Wuhan University and one of the Thousand Talents Plan-Youth Program Scholars. His research interest includes rock failure analysis under thermo-hydromechanical coupling effect as well as its control technique. He is the editor of Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment and the guest editor of Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. Until now, Prof. Wu has led three National Natural Science Foundations of China projects and participated in a few other national projects. He has published more than 100 SCI papers, including 35 papers in IJRMMS, RMRE, EG, TUST and other top journals, and 6 ESI highly-cited papers. Moreover, He was awarded the Second "Qian Qihu Prize" of CSRME, the First Prize of Tibet Autonomous Region Science and Technology Progress Award, Computers and Geotechnics 2017 Outstanding Paper Award, etc.

Prof. Wei Dai

China University of Mining and Technology

Prof. Wei Dai, from School of Information and Control Engineering, China University of Mining and Technology, was selected as the national young top-notch talent of "Ten Thousand Talents Program". His research interests include artificial intelligence-driven industrial process modeling and operation optimization control for complex processes, as well as new generation artificial intelligence methods and technologies such as transfer learning, federated learning and incremental learning. Prof. Dai is the editor of Industrial Artificial Intelligence, the young and middle-aged editor of Journal of China University of Mining and Technology, Chinese Journal of Engineering and Industry and Mine Automation, etc. He has published more than 60 papers, applied for or authorized 20 invention patents, and converted 3 patents. Meanwhile, his research achievements helped him be awarded the Second Prize of Natural Science Award of the Ministry of Education, the First Prize of Natural Science Award of CAA, and China Industry-University-Research Cooperation Innovation Award (as an individual), etc.


Venue: Changsha, China