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17th Quantitative Infrared Thermography Conference (QIRT)

The Quantitative Infrared Thermography Conference (QIRT) is an eagerly awaited biannual event that serves as a focal point for the scientific and industrial communities. With a focus on cutting-edge research, applications, and technology in infrared thermography, QIRT attracts professionals from diverse fields.

Attendees will delve into a wide range of topics, including the latest developments in infrared scanners, calibration techniques, advancements in active thermography, and innovative image processing methods. Moreover, discussions will extend to explore the manifold applications of infrared thermography across fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, material sciences, nondestructive evaluations, biomedical sciences, remote sensing, and many other fields.

QIRT offers an invaluable platform for meaningful collaborations, exchange of ideas, and staying abreast of the rapidly evolving landscape of infrared thermography. Don't miss this enriching opportunity to gain insights, foster collaborations, and be part of the advancements shaping the future of this dynamic field. Mark your calendars and join us at QIRT!

About University of Zagreb

Established in 1669, the University of Zagreb stands tall as the oldest and largest university in South-Eastern Europe. As a comprehensive public Central European institution, it offers a diverse range of educational and research opportunities across all scientific fields, encompassing arts, biomedicine, biotechnology, engineering, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. With 29 Faculties, 3 Art Academies, and the University Centre for Croatian Studies, it proudly serves as the flagship educational institution in the country, nurturing the growth of over 7,900 esteemed teachers and 72,480 ambitious students.

The University of Zagreb takes great pride not only in its exceptional teaching standards but also in its groundbreaking research contributions. It plays a vital role in Croatia's academic landscape, contributing over 50 percent to the annual research output in the country and an impressive 80 percent of scientific productivity among all Croatian universities. Moving forward, the University aims to further enhance its research-oriented approach while upholding a commitment to high-quality teaching. The focus will lie on master and doctoral programs, fostering transdisciplinarity, and promoting translational research, innovation, and knowledge transfer, thereby achieving intersectoral harmonization on local and regional levels.

Currently, the University of Zagreb is embarking on a transformative journey, as it builds the new Campus "Borongaj." This ambitious project represents the largest investment in Croatian education in the last 150 years. Once completed, the Campus will accommodate more than 20,000 students, providing a conducive environment for academic pursuits. Already housing prominent faculties such as the Centre for Croatian Studies, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Traffic Engineering, and Faculty of Economics and Business (for vocational study programs in economics and business), the Campus is a testament to the University's commitment to modernization and advancement. Five additional faculties are poised to join the Campus in the coming years, further enriching the academic experience. With state-of-the-art university buildings, a sports centre, student residence hall, and multiple institutes, the Campus promises to be a thriving hub of knowledge, innovation, and growth.

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