2021 2nd International Workshop on Electronic Communication and Artificial Intelligence
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Nikhil R. Pal 

National Academy of Sciences of India


Nikhil R. Pal is a member of the National Academy of Sciences of India, a member of the National Academy of Engineering of India, a professor of the Department of Electronics and Communication Sciences of the Indian Institute of Statistics, the chairman of the International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA), and a fellow of IEEE. Research areas include brain science, computational intelligence, machine learning and data mining. Winner of the 2015 IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) Fuzzy Systems (Fuzzy Systems) "Pioneer Award", has given keynote speeches at many important international conferences in the field of computational intelligence, and has served as the conference chairman , Agenda chair and co-chair. IEEE CIS Distinguished Lecturer (2010-2012, 2016-2018), Member of the Administrative Committee (2010-2012). Served as the vice chairman of IEEE CIS publications (2013-2016), and currently serves as the chairman of IEEE CIS (2018-2019).


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Dr. Tian Qiu

Wuyi University


Speech Title: A liquid-lens based defect inspection algorithm for optical isolators

Abstract: As one of the basic optical components, optical isolator is widely used in optical communication equipment. Currently the inspection for optical isolator is mainly manually done by visual inspection by workers. The manual inspection method is time-consuming and laborious, and it often hurts  inspectors’ eyesight. Based on the physical structure of the optical isolator, an automatic defect inspection algorithm using liquid lens is proposed. The proposed algorithm can first locate the surface of the transparent optical isolator, then inspect several defects on the surface of the optical isolator. The experiments show that the algorithm achieves satisfactory results in the detection inspection, which can reduce the manpower demand of the visual inspection to less than 10%.