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  5  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE   ON SURFACE METROLOGY 
 Surfaces cover everything April 4‐7, 2016 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SURFACE METROLOGY WITH EXHIBITION Honorary patronage Prof. Tomasz Łodygowski Rector of Poznan University of Technology PRESIDENCY MONDAY, APRIL 4TH, 2016, 1ST CONFERENCE DAY
Conference President: Prof. Michał Wieczorowski, Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Institute of Mechanical Technology, Department of Metrology and Measurement Systems, Poland Vice President: Prof. Paweł Pawlus, Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, Department of Manufacturing and Production Engineering, Poland Vice President: Prof. Christopher Brown, Worcester Polytechnical Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Director Surface Metrology Lab, USA 15:00 – 22:00 Registration (Time for exhibitors to set the devices) TUTORIALS Time Title / Speaker 15:30 – 16:15 Optical topography “unplugged” Dr. rer. nat. Wilfried Bauer, Product Manager Surface Metrology, Polytec GmbH, Germany CW7 17:30 – 18:15 Fundamentals of multi‐scale analysis, characterization, discrimination and correlation in surface metrology Prof. Christopher Brown, Mechanical Engineering Department, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA MSc BSc Tadeusz Chwalczuk, Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Institute of Mechanical Technology Poland Dr Bartosz Gapiński, Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Institute of Mechanical Technology, Department of Metrology and Measurement Systems, Poland Dr Marta Grabowska, Poznan University of Technology, Department of Management and Production Engineering, Poland Dr Agnieszka Kujawińska, Poznan University of Technology, Department of Management and Production Engineering, Poland CW7 16:30 – 17:15 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Dr Magdalena Diering, Poznan University of Technology, Department of Management and Production Engineering, Poland Room Principles of interference microscopy Dr. Peter de Groot, Executive Director, Research & Development, ZYGO AMETEK Ultra Precision Technologies, USA CW7 18:30 – 19:15 Practical surface analysis – from profile to surface to SEM image François Blateyron, Chief Operating Officer, DigitalSurf, France CW142/143 19:30 – 22:00 Ice‐breaking party Foyer 121/123 BT TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH, 2016, 2ND CONFERENCE DAY
08:30 – 18:00 Registration LOCAL STEERING COMMITTEE 09:00 – 18:00 Exhibition (room 121BT) Prof. Olaf Ciszak, Dean of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Poznan University of Technology, Poland 09:00 – 09:30 PLANARY LECTURES (ROOM CW7) OFFICIAL CONFERENCE OPENING Prof. Michał Wieczorowski, Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Institute of Mechanical Technology, Department of Metrology and Measurement Systems, Poland Michał Wieczorowski Dr Robert Tomkowski, Koszalin University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Precision Engineering, Poland Prof. Grzegorz Królczyk, Opole University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Automation, Poland Head of Organizing Committee, PUT, Poland Tomasz Łodygowski Rector PUT, Poland Dean of Division of Mechanical Engineering (PUT), Poland Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA Why do we need Tribology? Prof. Gwidon Stachowiak, Head of the Tribology Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, Australia Professor Gwidon Stachowiak is the Head of the Tribology Laboratory at the School of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Curtin University in Western Australia. His current work is focused on the development of methods for the characterization of multiscale 3D surface topographies, prediction of osteoarthritis in knee joints based on x‐ray images and tribocorrosion. He is the Editor of Tribology and Practice book series published by John Wiley and member of the Editorial Boards of several tribological and bio‐medical journals. He is also a member of several international committees including the Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency, Research and Development of Advanced Materials for Transportation. Professor Stachowiak has published extensively and wrote/contributed to several books. He is the leading author of the books ‘Engineering Tribology’ and ‘Experimental Methods in Tribology’ published by Elsevier. Recently, in 2014, he was awarded Tribology Gold Medal, the World’s Highest Award in Tribology, awarded in recognition of his outstanding contribution to tribology while in 2012, he was awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France. Dr Jerzy Józwik, Lublin University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Production Engineering, Poland Dr Magdalena Niemczewska‐Wójcik, Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Machine Technology and Automated Production, Poland Prof. Grzegorz Budzik, Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, Department of Construction Machinery, Poland 10:00 – 10:20 Dr Rafał Reizer, University of Rzeszów, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Poland 10:20 – 10:35 Evaluation of Surface changes under Twin Disc Tests Pär‐Johan Lööf, Zlate Dimkovski, Per H. Nilsson, B.‐G. Rosén Coffee Break Foyer 121 SESSION 1: WEAR & TRIBOLOGY (ROOM CW7) 10:35 – 10:50 Influence of surface roughness on wettability: Static contact angle Krzysztof J. Kubiak, Łukasz Wojciechowski, Thomas G. Mathia 10:50 – 11:05 Multi‐scale analysis of contact of two‐process surfaces Pawel Pawlus, Rafal Reizer, Michal Wieczorowski, Wieslaw Żelasko Dr Krzysztof Stępień, Kielce University of Technology, Faculty of Mechatronics and Machine Desing, Department of Mechanical Technology and Metrology, Poland 11:05 – 11:20 Company presentation ‐ OLYMPUS EUROPA Dr Jacek Borowski, Metal Forming Institute Poznan, Poland 11:35 – 11:50 Topography analysis of bearing surfaces of metal‐on‐metal hip‐joint endoprosthes after tribological testing Adrian Mróz, Agnieszka Wielowiejska‐Giertuga, Tomasz Wiśniewski, Jacek Borowski Dr Zbigniew Siemiątkowski, UTH Radom, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Technology, Poland 11:50 – 12:05 Wear analysis of discs and balls on a micro‐scale Pawel Pawlus, Andrzej Dzierwa Dr Łukasz Sadowski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Institute of Building Engineering, Poland Chris Brown KEYNOTE SPEECH (ROOM CW7) 09:30 – 10:00 Dr Jacek Reiner, Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Poland Dr Daniel Grochała, West Pomeranian University of Technology Szczecin, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, Institute of Mechanical Technology, Poland Olaf Ciszak 11:20 – 11:35 The multi‐scale & multi‐sensor morphological & tribological metrology of total hip joint prosthesis functional surfaces Magdalena Niemczewska‐Wójcik, Witold Piekoszewski,Thomas G. Mathia 12:05 – 13:00 LUNCH ICSM 2016 | www.icsm2016.put.poznan.pl | e‐mail: [email protected] Hall “‐1” 2 MSc BSc Tatiana Miller, The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Accredited Laboratories, L3 – Section of Length and Angle Measurement, Cracow KEYNOTE SPEECH (ROOM CW7) 13:00 – 13:30 From traces to textures ‐ current controversies and perspectives measuring surfaces in Anthropology, Archaeology and Biology Prof. Andrzej Trytek, Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, Department of Foundry and Welding, Poland Dr. Ellen Schulz‐Kornas, Max Planck Weizmann Center for Integrative Archaeology and Anthropology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany Ellen Schulz‐Kornas applies surface metrology on tooth and bone surfaces to reconstruct diets and tool use to understand wear in a broader view. She is working with chimps, bonobos and early humans to quantify and model mechanical actions, physiological constraints and skeletal motions working as a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology at the Max Planck Weizmann Center for Integrative Archaeology and Anthropology in Leipzig (Germany). Dr Schulz‐Kornas has studied Biology and Palaeontology at the University of Greifswald and in 2008 she earned her Phd in Zoology at the University of Hamburg (Germany). During her six year post‐doctoral fellowship at the Center for Natural History and the University of Hamburg she transferred engineering standards to biological surfaces and used feeding experiments with rabbits, guinea pigs, goats as test case scenarios. The focuses of her research are biomechanical characterisation of food components and grinding systems as well as feeding ecology and functional morphology of mammals in space and time. She likes to combine and enhance new 3D imaging technology with material testing, morphology and physiology because it helps to better understand how evolution solves complex requirements. Dr Schulz‐Kornas was the organiser of the ICSM 2014 and has published more than 30 articles on tooth wear and function, feeding ecology and dietary reconstruction. She teaches courses that include Biology, Anthropology, Surface Metrology and Statistics at the University of Hamburg and at the University of Leipzig as well as abroad on international meetings in Europe, US and the Middle East. Prof. Adam Woźniak, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mechatronics, Institute of Metrology and Biomedical Engineering, Poland Prof. Władysław Jakubiec, Head of Laboratory of Metrology, ATH Bielsko Biała, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, Poland Prof. Czesław Łukianowicz, Dean of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Koszalin University of Technology, Head of the Department of Metrology and Quality, Poland SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE SESSION 2: NATURE (ROOM CW7) 13:30‐13:45 Ecology of two sympatric cervids from Spain: confronting data from stomach contents and dental microwear texture Emilie Berlioz, Concepción Azorit, Cécile Blondel, Gildas Merceron 13:45‐14:00 Rats! – How human impact changes tooth wear of black rats from Madagascar Ellen Schulz‐Kornas, Tolona H. Andrianasolo, Laza Andriamandimbiarisoa, Jörg U. Ganzhorn, S. Jacques Rakotondranary, Thomas M. Kaiser, Daniela E. Winkler 14:00‐14:15 Company presentation ‐ DIGITAL SURF 14:15‐14:30 Silicon‐based plant defences, tooth wear and voles Ivan Calandra, Karol Zub, Paulina A. Szafrańska, Andrzej Zalewski, Gildas Merceron 14:30‐14:45 TRIDENT: a tool for (paleo‐) ecologists Gildas Merceron, Cécile Blondel, Noël Brunetiere, Arthur Francisco, Denis Gautier, Anusha Ramdarshan 14:45‐15:00 Understanding attachment preferences of Benthic Algae through controlled surface topographies on 3D‐printed substrata Andres L. Carrano, David M. Blersch, Kamran Kardel, Ali Khoshkhoo 15:00 – 15:20 Coffee Break Foyer 121 SESSION 3: APPLICATION (ROOM CW7) 15:20 – 15:35 Effect of surface roughness on Barkhausen noise parameters Robert Tomkowski, Lars Hammerström, Stefan Jonsson, Peter Nerman, Dariusz Lipiński 15:35 – 15:50 Morphological bases of diamond abrasive films in forecasting of micro‐finishing process Wojciech Kacalak, Katarzyna Tandecka, Thomas G. Mathia 15:50 – 16:05 Drift compensation for measuring lattice constant by atomic force microscopy Bo‐Ching He, Yun‐San Chien, Chung‐Lin Wu, Guo‐Dung Chen, Yu‐Shan Yeh, Wei‐En Fu, Gwo‐Jen Wu and Tzeng‐Yow Lin 16:05 – 16:20 Company presentation ‐ JENOPTIK 16:20 – 16:35 Metrology of Ultra PV barrier films Liam Blunt, Mohamed Elrawemi, Hussam Muhamedsalih 16:35 – 16:50 Prediction of the grinding potential based on multiscale analysis of the surface topography of grinding wheels Robert Tomkowski, Christopher Brown, Michał Wieczorowski, Dariusz Lipiński 16:05 – 17:05 Characterization of various surface measurement techniques with purpose‐tailored FIB‐created roughness fields on different support bodies Thorsten Dziomba, André Felgner, Astrid Linkogel, Ludger Koenders, Hans‐Ulrich Danzebrink, Ulrich Neuschaefer‐Rube, Matthias Hemmleb 17:05 – 18:00 Coffee Break & POSTER SESSION (Hall BT51) P01 A multi‐fractal non isotropic formulation of the 3D Weierstrass function to simulate anisotropic heterogeneous stochastic rough surfaces Diane Deseinne, Maxence Bigerelle, Yann Gavet P09 Effect of grinding parameters on the surface finish of selected high‐speed steels Jan Jaworski, Tomasz Trzepieciński P02 A vision system for measuring large‐scale bent pipes Krzysztof Borkowski, Dariusz Janecki P10 Estimations of surface morphologies evolutions via cumulative distribution function of height's asperity's Wiesław A. Graboń, Paweł Pawlus, Thomas G. Mathia P03 Analysis of relations between the power of laser beam and surface morphology of 3D printed Ti6‐AL4‐V titanium alloy Jerzy Józwik, Dawid Ostrowski, Radosław Milczarczyk P11
Evaluation of tribological properties and condition of Ti6Al4V titanium alloy surface Jerzy Józwik, Krzysztof Dziedzic P04 Analysis of wear of deer teeth Paweł Piotrowski, Katarzyna Mehr, Bartosz Gapiński, Michał Wieczorowski P12
Guidance on using NMI reference software packages on surface texture parameters in comparisons with commercial packages François Blateyron, Luke Todhunter, Simon Lawes, Richard Leach P05 Analysis of welding arc characteristics with the aid of electro optic technique Deepak Kr. Gope, S. Chattopadhyaya, S. Mandal, N.K.Singh, Aleksandar Sedmak, Grzegorz Krolczyk, Stanislaw Legutko P13
Image processing methods for interferometric shape deviation measurements with sub‐micron resolution Dawid Kucharski, Frans Meijer, Ewa Stachowska P06 Application of artificial neural networks for description of base surfaces of mechanical assemblies in technological machines Andrzej Gessner, Marcin Pelic P14
Impact of measurement accuracy to the cutting ability evaluation of the grinding wheel Dariusz Lipiński, Robert Tomkowski , Katarzyna Tandecka, Wojciech Kacalak P07 Repeatability of laser sintered Inconel alloy 718 surfaces Adam C. Lemoine, Matthew P. Mancini, Joseluis A. Velez, Daniel P Wivagg. Dustin Lindley, Christopher A. Brown P15
Kinematics of concrete surface morphology during solidification process Łukasz Sadowski, Mateusz Popek, Sławomir Czarnecki, Thomas G. Mathia P08 Comparison of measurement results of industrially relevant texture parameters obtained by tactile and coherence scanning methods with different optical parameters Wilfried Bauer, Matthias Eifler, Jörg Seewig, Özgür Tan P16
Laser‐induced development of surface structure on Lasertec 65 Shape CNC machine tool Jerzy Józwik, Marcin Wieczorek, Marek Czwarnowski 3 Poland Sweden Sweden USA France France United Kingdom Romania Marian Borzan USA Chris Brown USA Andres Carrano Moldova Valeriu Dulgheru France Mady Elias France Mohamed Elmansori United Adrian Evans Kingdom France Hugues Favreliere United Claudiu Giusca Kingdom France Gaëtan Le Goïc USA Marnie Ham Poland Adam Hamrol Czech Republic
Frantisek Holesovsky Poland Wojciech Kacalak Germany Thomas Kaiser Croatia Drazan Kozak United Krzysztof Kubiak Kingdom France Claire Lartigue United Richard Leach Kingdom Poland Stanislaw Legutko USA Danielle Macdonald Aleksandar Makedonski Bulgaria USA Mark Malburg France Thomas Mathia USA Paul Messier Poland Pawel Pawlus Hungary Gabor Pay Chile Franco Pedreschi Plasencia Spain Alejandro Pereira USA Nick Petraco USA Jay Raja USA Patrick Ravines Sweden Bengt Goran Rosen France Serge Samper Germany Ellen Schulz‐Kornas USA Rob Scott Germany Jorg Seewig Italy Nicola Senin Brazil Ladário da Silva Poland Jerzy Sładek Australia Gwidon Stachowiak USA James Stemp USA Alex Tabenkin Japan Yasuhiro Takaya Sweden Tom Thomas Mary Kathryn Thompson Denmark Slovakia Marian Tolnay Brazil Eduardo Tomanik USA Hy Tran USA Peter Ungar USA Theodore Vorburger USA Adam Watson Poland Michał Wieczorowski Japan Kazuhisa Yanagi France Quinsat Yann France Hassan Zahouani Stanisław Adamczak Lars Baath Johan Berglund Torbjorn Bergstrom Maxence Bigerelle Francois Blateyron Liam Blunt 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SURFACE METROLOGY | SURFACE COVERS EVERYTHING COOPERATING JOURNALS After the conference authors of selected papers will be invited to publish their work in peer‐reviewed journals following a recommendation of a conference Scientific Committee, e.g. P17 Mathematical methods of surface roughness evaluation of areas with a distinctive inclination Ondřej Bílek, Vladimír Pata, Jiří Čop, Milena Kubišová P18 Methodology for Morphological Analysis of Cutting tools & Work‐pieces in Milling of Complex Geometries to Detect the Topographical Signature in Forging Teresa Prado, Alejandro Pereira, Thomas G. Mathia P34 Scales of Homogeneity and Heterogeneity of Topographies by Laser Sintering and by Machining Adam C. Lemoine, Matthew P. Mancini, Joseluis A. Velez, Christopher A. Brown P35 Surface texture formation in machining of direct laser deposited tungsten carbide Szymon Wojciechowski, Zbigniew Nowakowski, Radomir Majchrowski, Grzegorz Królczyk P19 Metrological Changes in Surface Morphology of Bearing Steels for Different Cutting Conditions Lenka Čepová, Jolanta Królczyk, Robert Čep, Jana Petru, Piotr Niesłony, Michał Wieczorowski, Grzegorz M. Królczyk, Bartosz Gapiński P36 Surfaces morphology of threaded fasteners Wiesław A. Graboń, Thomas G. Mathia P20 Metrology of concrete surface morphology Łukasz Sadowski, Michał Wieczorowski, Thomas G. Mathia P37 Textural analysis to track the history of large herbivores Emilia Hofman‐ Kamińska, Gildas Merceron, Anusha Ramdarshan, Emilie Berlioz, Rafał Kowalczyk P21 Morphologies of Cylinder Liner Surfaces of Today and for Tomorrow Józef Gruszka, Paweł Pawlus, Thomas G. Mathia P38 The effect of debris removal on fretting of rough surfaces Agnieszka Lenart, Pawel Pawlus, Andrzej Dzierwa, Sławomir Wos P22 Morphology and surface topography of Ti6Al4V lattice structure fabricated by selective laser sintering Joanna Maszybrocka, Andrzej Stwora, Bartosz Gapiński, Grzegorz Skrabalak, Małgorzata Karolus P39 The estimation of modal parameters for milling process on the basis of various analytical approaches Szymon Wojciechowski, Pawel Twardowski, Maciej Tabaszewski P23 Morphology of cast irons and cutting tools in turning Alejandro Pereira, Teresa Prado, Zenon Ignaszak, Thomas G. Mathia P40 The surface texture of titanium alloy components formed in the precision machining process Magdalena Niemczewska‐Wójcik P24 Measurement system analysis for measuring the thickness of the floorboard Magdalena Diering, Agnieszka Kujawińska, Krzysztof Żywicki, Michał Rogalewicz, Bartosz Gapiński, Marta Grabowska P41 The use of modern optical measurement techniques for the analysis of shrinkage and deformation of injection moldings Jerzy Józwik, Tomasz Jachowicz, Tomasz Bondaruk P25 Plastic deformations of surface measured object in contact with undeformable surface of measuring tool Marek Kowalik, Mirosław Rucki, Piotr Paszta, Rafał Gołębski P42 Topographical studies of wear of the tool surfaces of friction stir welding process Ratnesh Kumar, Somnath Chattopadhyaya, N. K. Singh, Grzegorz Krolczyk, Stanislaw Legutko P26 Multi‐scale areal analysis of the influence of the nesting index of spatial filtering and of machined murfaces Adam J. Frewin, Paul Weill, Joyce M. Hyde, Christopher A. Brown P43 TRIDENT ‐ Exploration towards new parameters to explore variations in enamel textures Noël Brunetiere, Arthur Francisco, Cécile Blondel, Anusha Ramdarshan, Gildas Merceron P27 Research of changing of the surface roughness and edge chipping in milled granite products in case of changing cutting speed Tibor Szalay, István Gábor Gyurika, Anna Ferenczy P44 TRIDENT ‐ Surface sampling as diet discrimination enhancement Arthur Francisco, Noël Brunetiere, Emilie Berlioz, Anusha Ramdarshan, Gildas Merceron P28 Research shaped surface of hybrid technologies Emilia Bachtiak‐Radka, Sara Dudzińska, Daniel Grochała, Stefan Berczyński, Wiesław Olszak P45 What do fossil samples actually represent? Dental facet and tooth representativity in performing repeatable dental microwear textural measurements Anusha Ramdarshan, Gildas Merceron P29 Research the technological properties of metallic surfaces marked with QR codes in laser technology Sara Dudzińska, Emilia Bachtiak‐Radka, Daniel Grochała, Stefan Berczyński P46 Critical analysis of roughness parameters in scuffing of metallic surfaces Łukasz Wojciechowski, Radomir Majchrowski, Thomas G. Mathia P30 Roughness analysis of composite based on aluminum alloys after Electrical Discharge Machining process with use different filtering methods Aneta Łętocha, Jolanta Cyboroń, Tatiana Miller P47 Surface texture analysis after hydrostatics burnishing on X38CrMoV5‐1 steel Sławomir Świrad P31 Roughness and microstructure analysis of AlSi7Mg/SiC composite after different methods of machining Jolanta Cyboroń, Małgorzata Karolus, Aneta Łętocha, Joanna Maszybrocka P48 3D bone histology: Application to humerus and femur Raphaël Deltombe, Régis Bry, Maxence Bigerelle P32 Selected aspects of contact measurements of surface texture in nano scale Stanisław Adamczak, Jacek Świderski Tomasz Dobrowolski P49 Generation of parametrized roughness surfaces with multiple connections Peter Bakucz, André Felgner, Ludger Koenders P33 Surface quality and topographic inspection after turning process in function from fixing distance Piotr Nieslony, Grzegorz M. Krolczyk, Krzysztof Żak, Radoslaw W. Maruda, Roman Chudy  SCANNING (The Journal of Scanning Microscopies),
 Measurement Science Review,
 Metrology and Measurement Systems,
 The Journal Polimery,
 Technical Gazette,
 Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties,
 Archives of Mechanical Technology and Materials.
ORGANIZER PARTNERS & SPONSORSHIP SUPPORT 19:00 – 20:00 GUIDED WALK AROUND OLD TOWN IN POZNAN – OLD MARKET SQUARE 20:00 – 02:00 BLUE NOTE ‐ ZAMEK CULTURE CENTRE (POLISH PARTY) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6TH, 2016, 3RD CONFERENCE DAY 09:00 – 18:00 Exhibition (room 121BT) KEYNOTE SPEECH (ROOM CW7) 09:00 – 09:30 The additive surface: new challenges Prof. Richard Leach, Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Richard is a Professor of Metrology at the University of Nottingham and prior to this was at the National Physical Laboratory (1990 to 2014). His research themes include the measurement of surface topography, development of methods for measuring 3D structures for precision and additive manufacturing, development of methods for controlling large surfaces to high resolution in industrial applications and X‐ray computed tomography. He has over 270 publications including three textbooks. Richard is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, the Institution of Engineering & Technology, the International Society of Nanomanufacturing, and a Sustained Member of the American Society of Precision Engineering. Richard is a visiting professor at Loughborough University and the Harbin Institute of Technology. ICSM 2016 | www.icsm2016.put.poznan.pl | e‐mail: [email protected] 4 CONFERENCE VENUE SESSION 4: APPLICATION 2 (ROOM CW7) The conference will be held at Poznan University of Technology 09:30 – 09:45 Analysis of cracks in glasses by reflectance and confocal observations Samper Serge, Gilles Pitard, Fabrice Celarié, Gaëtan Le Goïc, Hugues Favreliere, Maurice Pillet 09:45 – 10:00 Ultrasonic reflectometry of porous materials: effects of surface roughness and errors of sample positioning Radosław Drelich, Mariusz Kaczmarek, Bogdan Piwakowski 10:00 – 10:15 Company presentation ‐ Leica Mikrosysteme Vertrieb GmbH 10:15 – 10:30 A multi‐instrument comparative study on the breast implant textured surfaces Charles Garabedian, Rémi Delille, Raphaël Deltombe, M Atlan, Karine Anselme, Maxence Bigerelle 10:30 – 10:45 Metrology at various scales for the analysis of cultural heritage materials – instrument comparisons and selection considerations Adrian Evans, Shane Rudd, Ian Armit, Lindsey Buster, Rob Davis, Randolph Donahue, Tom Sparrow, Andrew Wison in Lecture and Conference Center, Piotrowo 2 Street, Poznan, Poland. 10:45 – 11:00 The potential role of free‐form metrology in quantifying edge damage of lithic material Natalie Atkinson, Adrian Evans 11:00 – 11:20 Coffee Break Foyer 121 SESSION 5: SOFTWARE & STANDARDS (ROOM CW7) 11:20 – 11:35 A corrected definition of watershed segmentation and feature parameters defined in ISO 25178‐2 François Blateyron 11:50 – 12:05 Company presentation ‐ Sensofar Group Poznan is a city whose history goes back more than a thousand years. Modern Poznan is a vibrant metropolis, a business, science, culture and entertainment centre. 12:05 – 12:20 Properties and limitations of linear areal Gaussian filter according to ISO 16610 Marta Wiśniewska Poznan is the capital of Wielkopolska, a city with the population of nearly 600 thousand. 12:20 – 12:35 Using SEM quad BSE images for roughness measurement ‐ calibration of reconstructed surfaces Johan Berglund, François Blateyron Poznanians are good hosts and organisers. Every year thousands of events, many of them international, are held in the city. The most famous of them is Poznan International Fair. 11:35 – 11:50 The meaning and measure of vertical resolution in surface metrology Peter de Groot 12:35 – 12:50 Virtual surface – optical modelling for rendering Jacek Reiner 12:50 – 13:45 LUNCH Hall “‐1” KEYNOTE SPEECH (ROOM CW7) 13:45 – 14:15 Future trends in surface topography Prof. Maxence Bigerelle, Head of Mechanical Department School of Engineering Ensiame, Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut‐Cambrésis, France The surface topography science becomes more and more complex and involves future researches to increase its efficiency. The aim of this presentation is to question about different topics of surface topography and to explore some future solutions to increase efficiency of the topographical analyses. Some aspects will be discussed such:  Morphological treatments: Fractal, multifractal, Anisotropy, transformation Map.  Measurement of functionality: definition, statistical treatment, new functional roughness parameters.  The definition of similar surfaces: stochastic, non‐stochastic, measure of the quality of surface replications.  Creation of Physical surfaces to test surface properties.  Particularity of a surface topographical signal compared to other signals.  Information theory as a tool of surface analyses.  Roughness data base treatment (software and hardware, relational data base, Knowledge’s management…).  Multi scale measurements: stitching, multi‐objective, multi‐apparatus.  Surface modeling: methods, complexity, multi‐fractal modelling.  Others morphological treatments: Tomography X, SEM,…
 The link between others “topographical sciences”: from AFM to earth…
The conference objective is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on surface metrology – submission from all fields involving the measurement and analysis of surface topographies including: archeology, art conservation, anthropology, biology, biomedical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, food science, forensics, geodetics, geology, material science, mechanical engineering, manufacturing, metrology, nanotechnology, physics, tribology and other. The ICSM 2016 goal is to integrate of the scientific community with the economic. It is also a chance to establish cooperation with Polish as well as international business & industry partners and scientific‐research centers. OBJECTIVE AND AREAS OF INTEREST  Archeology, Art Conservation  Anthropology, Biology, Biomedical Engineering SESSION 6: MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE (ROOM CW7)  Geodetics, Geology 14:15 – 14:30 Is there an ideal metrology technique for 3D morphology of every surface? Thomas G. Mathia, Paweł Pawlus, Michał Wieczorowski  Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, 14:30 – 14:45 Focus variation 3D roughness metrology by multi‐light illumination GaëTan Le Goic, FrançOis Hennebelle, Serge Samper, Gilles Pitard, Patrick Juillion  Physics, Chemistry  Nanotechnology, Metrology, Tribology  Civil Engineering, Food Science 14:45 – 15:00 Pneumatic follower for the wooden surface quality assessment Czesław J. Jermak, Piotr Pohl, Mirosław Rucki, Janusz Dereżyński HOW TO FIND US 15:00 – 15:15 Company presentation ‐ Hexagon Metrology by Plane 15:15 – 15:30 Influence of temperature gradient on surface texture measurements with the use of profilometry Tatiana Miller, Stanisław Adamczak, Jacek Świderski, Michał Wieczorowski, Aneta Łętocha, Bartosz Gapiński 15:30 – 15:45 Roughness goes to 3D‐CMM Marco Gerlach, André Martin, Jörg Seewig 15:45 – 16:00 Investigating influence of the method of handling of measuring head on measurement results obtained by portable profilometers Krzysztof Stępień, Stanisław Adamczak 16:00 – 16:20 Coffee Break Foyer 121 SESSION 7: MANUFACTURING 1 (ROOM CW7) 16:20 – 16:35 Dimensional characterisation of surface features for advanced manufacturing Nicola Senin, Richard LeacH 16:35 – 16:50 Functional surface classification of manufacturing processes Benoit Rosa, Maxence Bigerelle 16:50 – 17:05 Multiscale model of rubber roller for printing paint distribution Bartosz Gapiński, Michał Wieczorowski, Maxence Bigerelle, Alejandro Pereira Domínguez, Thomas G. Mathia 17:05 – 17:20 Joint properties in tool machining processes to guarantee fluid‐proof abilities Camille Bataille, Raphaël Deltombe, Abdeljalil Jourani, Maxence Bigerelle 17:20 – 17:35 Assessment of Ti‐6Al‐4V (titanium) pocket geometric structure roughed with abrasive waterjet Grzegorz Galecki, Zbigniew Siemiatkowski 17:35 – 17:50 Identification of residual stresses in a subsurface layer of Ti6Al4V and Inconel 718 after process of down cut milling Joanna Krajewska‐Śpiewak, Józef Gawlik, Witold Piekoszewski, Krzysztof Stachura 19:30 GALA DINNER
Novotel Hotel (Centrum) Address: W Andersa 1 square, 61‐898 Poznań 5 SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SURFACE METROLOGY | SURFACE COVERS EVERYTHING Ławica Airport (POZ) is located only 7 km from the city centre. It is possible to get to the city centre from the airport using bus line 59 or express line L, that is going directly to Railway Station (www.mpk.poznan.pl). Next to the airport hall exit there is a TAXI rank. Poznań has direct connections to: Frankfurt, Munich, London, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Stockholm, Paris, Oslo, Rome and some others. It is also possible to fly to Warsaw or Berlin (both are about 300 km from Poznań) and take a train, bus or rent a car (highway to Poznań). by Train All trains coming to Poznań stop at Poznań Main Railway Station (Poznań Główny) that is located in the city centre. From the station passengers can take tram or bus (www.mpk.poznan.pl). TAXI ranks are located next to the Main Hall and at the West Railway Station exit. by Bus PKS Station (Bus Transport Company) is located next to the Main Railway Station. It provides both domestic and international transport services. by Car You can get to Poznań driving A2 highway (a charge is payable for using it): from west – Berlin, from east – Warsaw), national routes no. 92 (east‐west direction) as THURSDAY, APRIL 7TH, 2016, 4TH CONFERENCE DAY
MAPS 09:00 – 12:00 Exhibition (room 121BT) KEYNOTE SPEECH (ROOM CW7) 09:00 – 09:30 NanoMend – in‐line detection, cleaning and repair of micro and nano scale defects for thin films coated on large area substrates Prof. Liam Blunt, Centre for Precision Technologies, The University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom Professor Liam Blunt has an honours degree in Materials Technology and a PhD in "The Metallurgy of Centreless Ground surfaces" under the supervision of Dr Wilf Tomlinson at Coventry University. Prof Blunt also spent one year working as a metallurgist in failure analysis at AMTAC Laboratories in Manchester. His Academic experience includes Post Doctoral period at Warwick University covering Microscopy of Thick and Thin Film Superconductors. Prof Blunt then moved onto Birmingham University in 1990 to work on the development of a multi properties materials tester. Whilst at Birmingham he developed an interest in tribology and surface metrology. Eventually Prof Blunt secured a lectureship and developed his research in the field of surface metrology. In 1997 Prof Blunt moved to Huddersfield and began developing the Centre for Precision Technologies. As well as teaching in the area of Materials and Manufacturing processes. During this period the CPT has expanded from three researchers to a thirty strong activity Prof Blunt has formed extensive industrial collaborations in particular with Taylor Hobson Ltd a world leading metrology company. Prof Blunt now holds the Taylor Hobson Chair of Surface Metrology. He is the Director of Research for the School of Computing and Engineering. SESSION 8: SOFTWARE & STANDARDS 2 (ROOM CW7) 09:30 – 09:45 A roughness DataBank to Check Surface Metrology Software Packages Maxence Bigerelle, François Blateyron 09:45 – 10:00 Building of a surface measurement standard having a simple decomposition into surface parameters Maxence Bigerelle, Julie Marteau, Laurent Pieuchot, Alain Guignandon, Patrick Chabrand, Karine Anselme 10:00 – 10:15 Multiple step‐height standard for characterisation and verification of optical instruments for micro‐form measurement André Felgner, Rolf Krüger‐Sehm, Thorsten Dziomba, Ludger Koenders 10:15 – 10:30 Multi‐scale curvature tensor analysis of surfaces created by micro‐EDM and functional correlations with discharge energy Tomasz Bartkowiak, Joyce Hyde, Christopher A. Brown 10:30 – 10:45 New standards for calibration and verification of confocal topography measurement instruments Georg Wiora, Thorsten Dziomba, André Felgner, Ludger Koenders 10:45 – 11:00 Selection of reference plane by application of Gaussian regression filter and robust Gaussian regression filter of n‐th degrees Przemysław Podulka, Paweł Dobrzański, Paweł Pawlus 09:30 – 09:45 A roughness DataBank to Check Surface Metrology Software Packages Maxence Bigerelle, François Blateyron 11:00 – 11:20 Coffee Break Foyer 121 SESSION 9: MANUFACTURING 2 (ROOM CW7) 11:20 – 11:35 A comparative study of fiber laser welding on Inconel (617) and Titanium alloy (Ti‐6Al‐4V) thin sheet Uday Kumar, Somnath Chattopadhyaya A.K. Das, N. K. Singh, Grzegorz Krolczyk, Stanislaw Legutko, Aleksandar Sedmak 11:35 – 11:50 Operating parameters and multi‐scale topography modeling of additive laser manufacturing process Benoit Rosa, Antoine Brient, Serge Samper, Jean‐Yves Hascoët 11:50 – 12:05 Comparative assessment of the surface topography of explosively clad Ti–steel plates after drilling process Piotr Nieslony, Grzegorz M. Krolczyk, Krzysztof Zak, Radoslaw W. Maruda, Stanislaw Legutko 12:05 – 12:20 Surface morphology of Babbitt alloy manufactured by cast in place and LASER cladding in tribological applications Alejandro Pereira, Teresa Prado, Thomas G. Mathia 12:20 – 12:35 Surface morphology analysis of Duplex Stainless Steel (DSS) in Clean Production using the Power Spectral Density Grzegorz M. Krolczyk, Radoslaw W. Maruda, Piotr Nieslony, Michal Wieczorowski Closing remarks & 6th ICSM presentation 12:35 – 12:50 12:55 – 14:00 LUNCH Hall “‐1” 14:00 – 14:30 A bus to Lech Brewery in Poznan 14:30 – 17:30 Guided Tour to Lech Brewery in Poznan (Sponsored by Digital Surf) 14:00 – 19:00 ISO Meeting (121BT) FRIDAY, APRIL 8TH, 2016, 5TH DAY
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