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International Society for Industrial Process Tomography

Governance

Our Values

Through its members and its activities the ISIPT seeks to:-

 

Through its publication processes and standards the ISIPT seeks to:-

 

Re-publication of previous work and malpractice in submissions for publication

 

Plagiarism in material submitted for publication to any ISIPT event is unacceptable. Plagiarism is defined generally as: “the use of someone else’s prior ideas, processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source”. Where plagiarism is identified, and on investigation found to be intentional, this will be considered a serious breach of professional conduct; the paper will be disqualified, and the author(s) will be removed from ISIPT membership.

Members are also alerted to the increasing issue of ‘self-plagiarism’: the direct re-publication without significant further development of one’s own work. The ISIPT treats such submissions as plagiarism. However, newly submitted papers that feature earlier published work as background material with an explicit reference, which add significant science, technology review or experimental or application results, are acceptable and encouraged. Similarly the ISIPT supports the further significant extended development of novel work published from an ISIPT event and presented, with acknowledgement, to a further conference or journal of record.

Our Consultative Scientific Panel

Our Panel members provide occasional strategic advice and also monitor the quality of research in particular for papers submitted to ISIPT World Congress Events.

Prof. Dr. Ruzairi Abdul Rahim

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Malaysia

Prof. Muthanna Al-Dahhan

Missouri University of Science and Technology

USA

Prof. Laurent Babout

Lodz University of Technology

Poland

Dr. André Bieberle

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Germany

Dr. Martina Bieberle

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Germany

Prof. Elisabetta Brunazzi

University of Pisa

 Italy

Prof. Zhang Cao

Beihang University

China

Prof. Marco Jose da Silva

Universidade Tecnologica Federal do Parana

Brazil

Prof. Feng Dong, 

Tianjin University

China

Prof. Uwe Hampel

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Germany

Prof Bjorn Tore Hjertaker

University of Bergen

Norway

Prof. Brian S. Hoyle

University of Leeds

UK

Prof. Kyung Youn Kim

Jeju National University

South Korea

Dr. Jiabin Jia

University of Edinburgh

UK

Prof. Geir Anton Johansen, 

University of Bergen

Norway

Prof. William Lionheart

University of Manchester

UK

Prof. Oleg Lytvyn

Ukrainian Engineering and Pedagogical Academy

Ukraine

Dr. Junita Mohamad-Saleh

Universiti Sains

Malaysia

Prof. Jan D. Miller

University of Utah

USA

Prof. Lihui Peng

Tsinghua University

China

Prof. Anthony J Peyton

University of Manchester

UK

Dr. Nick Polydorides

University of Edinburgh

UK

Prof. Bill Randall 

University of Cape Town

South Africa

Dr. Thomas Rodgers

University of Manchester

UK

Prof. Dominik Sankowski

Lodz University of Technology

 Poland

Prof. Manuch Soleimani

University of Bath

UK

Prof. Mashiro Takei

Chiba University

Japan

Dr. Chao Tan

Tianjin University

China

Prof. Dominique Toye,

Universiy of Liège

Belgium

Prof. Marko Vauhkonen

University of Eastern Finland

Finland

Prof. Mi Wang

University of Leeds

UK

Dr. Thomas Wondrak

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Germany

Dr. Paul Wright

University of Manchester

UK

Dr. Jiamin Ye

Inst. of Eng. Thermophysics, Chinese Acad.of Sci.

China