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Application of image processing to track twin boundary motion in magnetic shape memory alloys

Application of image processing to track twin boundary motion in magnetic shape memory alloys

February 7, 2012 – Elisa Barney Smith, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, and student Adrian Rothenbuhler attended the Electronic Imaging Symposium in Burlingame, Calif., Jan 23-26. They presented the following paper: “Application of image processing to track twin boundary motion in magnetic shape memory alloys,” Proc. SPIE Electronic Imaging – Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications V, Vol. 8300, Jan 2012, Paper 8300-9. Barney-Smith has been on the program committee for SPIE Electronic Imaging’s Document Recognition and Retrieval conference since 2001.

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