The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has named UWindsor physics professor Roman Maev its distinguished lecturer representing the Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society in as many as 40 presentations at institutions around the world.
The institute is the world’s largest association of technical professionals, with more than 400,000 members in chapters around the world. It selects distinguished lecturers each year not only for their personal contributions to a field, but for their broad knowledge.
Dr. Maev is director-general of the Institute for Diagnostic Imaging Research, which develops high-resolution, non-intrusive diagnostic imaging methods and technologies. Over his career, he has published close to 500 peer reviewed items, including 16 books and book chapters, 118 articles in refereed journals, 305 refereed conference proceedings and 30 patents.
He has already announced that one of his talks will be titled “Innovation Drives Quality: New Generation of High Resolution Ultrasonic Imaging Technology for Material Characterization and NDT in Advanced Automotive Manufacturing.”