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Cover story of Sensors journal

The article “Detection and Measurement of Matrix Discontinuities in UHPFRC by Means of Distributed Fiber Optics Sensing“, co-authored by our PhD student Antoine Bassil and his supervisor Xavier Chapeleau has made it to the cover of the journal Sensors in the July 2020 issue. Congratulations! The research work has been performed during his secondment at …

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New permanent team member: Enora Denimal

Congratulations to Enora Denimal for her successful application as chargé de recherche at Inria! We look forward to welcoming her as a permanent member in the I4S team in October 2020.

I4S@Inria newsletter émergences

An article about our collaboration on structural health monitoring with the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, has appeared in the Inria newsletter émergences of July 2019: see here. Previous articles in émergences about the I4S team talk about efficient monitoring algorithms and the collaboration with the company Structural Vibration Solutions A/S in Denmark (see here, …

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Thesis Prize for Nicolas Le Touz

Our former PhD student Nicolas Le Touz received the Abertis Prize France for his thesis “Design and study of positive energy transport infrastructure: from thermomechanical modelling to the optimisation of such energy systems“, defended in November 2018. The Abertis Prize is awarded for research in transport infrastructure management.

Scientific Prize from EDF R&D for Nassif Berrabah

Nassif Berrabah, industrial PhD student of the I4S Team in collaboration with EDF, has defended his thesis on “Inverse problems for diagnosis of electric cables from reflectometry measurements” in November 2017. The research work of his thesis received the award of Scientific Prize from EDF R&D. Congratulations!

Best paper award at International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring for Railway Systems 2018

The paper “New detection criteria and shunting monitoring in railway track circuit receivers” has won the Best Paper Award , 2nd prize, at the 2nd International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring for Railway Systems. Congratulations to Vincent Le Cam!

VINCI 2017 Innovation Award

The Structual Health Monitoring system developed by Ifsttar and SDEL-CC for lightning detection and localization on electrical lines, has received the VINCI Innovation Award for Western France 2017. Congratulations to our team member Vincent Le Cam!  

Best Innovative Paper Award at IOMAC 2017

Our paper “Variance computation of modal parameters estimates from UPC subspace identification” has won the Best Innovative Paper Award at IOMAC (International Operational Modal Analysis Conference) 2017. Authors are team members Michael Doehler, Laurent Mevel and our industrial partner Palle Andersen (Structural Vibration Solutions A/S, Denmark).

Best paper award at SPIE Thermosense 2017

Our paper “Infrared thermography applied to transport infrastructures monitoring: outcomes and perspectives” has won the Best Paper Award for best overall paper at the SPIE Thermosense 2017 conference. Congratulations to Jean Dumoulin and Antoine Crinière!

European Railway Cluster Prize

The PEDAL-LORA monitoring sensor has been awarded the European Railway Cluster Prize in railway innovation. The sensor has been developed in the I4S team by Vincent Le Cam and Ifsttar’s engineers for monitoring of detection pedals, used for train passage detection.