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The Fifth US-Japan NDT Symposium
Emerging NDE Capabilities for a Safer World
June 16-20, 2014 Makena Beach & Golf Resort, Maui Island, Hawaii, USA
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Presentations will be in form. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit abstracts of approximately 200 words on specified NDT methods using appropriate Abstract Form. Fill in your information on Abstract Form, send it to JSNDI (firstname.lastname@example.org) by e-mail depends on your membership. We will contact you within 5 working days by e-mail after we received your e-mail. Please contact us if you did not receive our e-mail even you send us an e-mail with abstract form. Abstracts are reviewed by the Technical Program Chairs for program placement. Authors will be informed of acceptance and a speaker packet with further instructions will be announced by e-mail shortly following the placement of submissions in the program. Before October 28 2013, notification of abstract acceptance will be sent to you with abstract ID number by e-mail.
The Fifth US-Japan Symposium on Emerging NDE Capabilities for a Safer World offers a special opportunity to present at a cooperative Symposium which fosters interactions among reseachers,scientists,engineers and practitioners from the United States and Japan. This symposium provides opportunities to exchange NDE technical and scientific information, summarize current technological advancements and future directions for a advancement In NDE to create a safer world.
Prospective authors are encouraged to submit abstracts of approximately 200 words on specified NDT methods via the ASNT website,www.asnt.org under the meetings and events section,Abstracts may also be e-mail to email@example.com. Abstracts for JSNDI should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts are reviewed by the Symposium Chairs for program placement. Authors will be informed of acceptance and a speaker packet with further instructions will be emailed shortly following the placement of submissions in the program. Correspondence will be sent to the presenting author only.
If you do not submit your abstract via ASNT's online form, please be sure to include the following information.
Please list any additional co-authors, as well as their contact information. All Correspondence will be email to the presenting author only. Speakers will be allowed 30 minutes for presentation including questions and answers.