Vision Research has designed the phantom camera series to meet the unique demands of ballistic research.
High-speed imaging in ballistics and on ranges is essential for understanding, troubleshooting, and promoting your work. Vision Research has designed an advanced hands-on course that covers the intricacies of using high-speed cameras for characterizing applications in ballistics and range studies. The beginning of the course will be focused on lecture, and the latter part will deal with hands-on learning and problem solving
This will be a three-and-a-half day course where attendees will experience:
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Kyle D. Gilroy, PhD is a Field Applications Engineer for Vision Research, Ametek. He travels internationally orchestrating and consulting on high-speed experiments for a range of academic, government, and industrial high-speed applications. His expertise is in ballistics and explosion characterization, digital image correlation, and biomedical microfluidics. Kyle conducts group trainings on VRI hardware and software. Previously, he was a research fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he conducted investigations centered on the synthesis, application, and characterization of inorganic nanomaterials in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering. At Temple University, he assisted in teaching undergraduate and graduate level thermodynamics, while carrying out research at Temple University’s Renewable Energy Laboratory.
View Kyle D. Gilroy, PhD Curriculum Vitae
An info packet will be provided to you regarding lodging. The best airport to fly into is Newark International (EWR).
Yes, it is best to have it shipped the week previous to ensure a timely arrival.
Yes, you will receive an application-specific certification after attendance and instructor approval.
Why yes, of course!