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Quantitative InfraRed Thermography

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QIRT 2020, Porto, Portugal (21-30 September 2020: The conference will be deployed in a VIRTUAL format due to COVID-19 situation, see INFO on the right scrolling Messages)

4th QIRT Asia 2021: Summer 2021
Harbin, China

Researchers have been familiar with infrared thermography for many years now. This technique took many fields by storm, sometimes to wither shortly after. While the beauty of thermographic images and the ease of getting them could explain the success of this technique, the difficulty of getting accurate measurements using "thermal cameras" has caused a certain disaffection toward it.

For this reason, it was decided to establish a forum for:
  • discussing the latest developments in the instrument technique, methodology and methods of analysis in the field of infrared thermography
  • helping to disseminate the latest results in the field throughout the industrial and research worlds.
An international conference, named Quantitative Infrared Thermography (QIRT'92), was held on the premises of École Centrale de Paris , in Château-Malabry, France. During the conference, the QIRT Working Group was established.

Up to now, there has been thirteen QIRT conferences (see Archive Section for the complete list). The last conference held in Berlin, Germany was a big success.
More details: Conference, Papers, Photos. The conference was a big success.

The next conference, QIRT 2020 will be held in Porto, Portugal, in July 2020. The website contains all details.

The conference, 3rd QIRT Asia 2019 was held in Tokyo, Japon, in July 2019.
More details: Papers, Photos. The conference was a big success.

The conference, 4th QIRT Asia 2021 will be held in Harbin, China, in Summer 2021. The website contains all details.

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For additional information, contact:
Prof. Xavier Maldague