University hosted The World Congress in industrial process tomography

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Author: Prof. Manuch Soleimani -

Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering (EEE) hosted The 9th World Congress in industrial process tomography (WCIPT9, ) 2-6 September.  The WCIPT was chaired by Prof. Manuch Soleimani from EEE department. The congress was well attended with over 150 delegates from all around the world and more than 100 presented papers.

The World Congress is a key meeting for multidimensional industrial process sensing. This year, The World Congress addressed significant progresses in foundational topics and pioneering industrial applications.

WCIPT provides a unique opportunity for researchers and industrial users to review significant progress through paper and poster presentations, see industrial demonstrations, and share views and join in collaboration.  The WCIPT9 attracted the world’s leading research teams and industrial.   The Congress is the primary biennial meeting for International Society of Industrial Process Tomography (ISIPT) members.

Prof Soleimani said: “It was great to bring back the world congress to the UK after 19 years, and more specially to the University of Bath, which is becoming a world leading University in this area. In coming years, the IPT will play a key role in sustainable industrial processes with great promise in making use of multi-dimensional and extensive   data in process industry. It was also an opportunity for our guest to enjoy our magnificent city."

Group of people gathered at the Roman Baths
Congress reception and dinner in Roman Bath and Pump Room

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