September 27 – September 30, 2016
Golden, Colorado School of Mines
World leaders in digital high-speed imaging and explosive education, Vision Research and the Colorado School of Mines, will once again collaborate on a university-level short course on high-speed imaging's wide range of applications with a focus on experimentation with explosives and ballistic applications.
The short course is a carefully structured introduction to main topics in the field of explosive engineering and how to best use digital high-speed imaging when conducting experiments or research for military or civilian applications. Both the fundamentals theory and practical training will be conducted at Colorado School of Mines in Explosive Research Laboratory at Idaho Springs.
A wide range of material will be covered including: detonation and shock wave physics, selection of explosives, an introduction to high-speed imaging, scaling experiments for high-speed imaging, lighting and selecting lenses for the best results, triggering strategies, analysis of high-speed imagery, and more. Each topic will be presented by internationally renowned experts in their respective fields, and will address an audience spanning a wide range of scientific backgrounds.
Students will be given the opportunity to work one-on-one with instructors in special evening sections designed to participants work out solutions to their specific set of requirements for high-speed imagery.
The course is an intensive 4-day, hands-on workshop designed to teach engineers, scientists, and students the engineering tools needed to understand, analyze, and solve a broad range of dynamic problems and design applications. It also may also be of interest to crime and accident investigators, or anyone concerned with the regulatory and environmental issues involved in use of high-speed imaging and motion analysis in the fields.
The registration type(s) and fee(s) for the High Speed Imagery for Research and Experimentation Short Course are:
For registration please visit the online registration: http://csmspace.com/events/hispeedimg/
The sponsor reserves the right to accept or decline registrations, and to cancel the course and return all registration fees if enrollment is insufficient. No refunds will be made to participants who fail to cancel by at least five (5) working days before the course starts. Cancellations will be charged a $275 service fee if made more than 5 working days prior to the start of the course. Substitutions may be made at any time without penalty. Participants will receive 2.6 Continuing Education Units and a certificate of completion at the end of the course. Registrants are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements.
Accommodation and Travel and Meals
The course will be held at Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado. Special discount hotel room rates of are available for the participants of the Explosive Engineering Short course.
Call The Table Mountain Inn (http://tablemountaininn-px.rtrk.com/) at (888)-829-7108 or The Golden Hotel (http://www.thegoldenhotel.com/) at (800)-233 - 7214 and refer to Explosive Engineering Short Course.
For more information, or questions about registering for this course, please contact Whitney Dean at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 384-2070.
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