Javier Cardona

Javier Cardona
University of Strathclyde · Department of Chemical and Process Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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Publications (23)
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Cloud cover remains a significant limitation to a broad range of applications relying on optical remote sensing imagery, including crop identification/yield prediction, climate monitoring, and land cover classification. A common approach to cloud removal treats the problem as an inpainting task and imputes optical data in the cloud-affected regions...
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The rich, complementary data provided by Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 satellite constellations host considerable potential to transform Earth observation (EO) applications. However, a substantial amount of effort and infrastructure is still required for the generation of analysis-ready data (ARD) from the low-level products provided by the European Sp...
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Utilising deep learning image classification to automatically annotate subsea pipeline video surveys can facilitate the tedious and labour-intensive process, resulting in significant time and cost savings. However, the classification of events on subsea survey videos (frame sequences) by models trained on individual frames have been proven to vary,...
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A variety of compression methods based on encoding images as weights of a neural network have been recently proposed. Yet, the potential of similar approaches for video compression remains unexplored. In this work, we suggest a set of experiments for testing the feasibility of compressing video using two architectural paradigms, coordinate-based ML...
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A variety of compression methods based on encoding images as weights of a neural network have been recently proposed. Yet, the potential of similar approaches for video compression remains unexplored. In this work, we suggest a set of experiments for testing the feasibility of compressing video using two architectural paradigms, coordinate-based ML...
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Conditions that lead to undesired fouling events in oscillatory flow crystallisers are investigated. The moving fluid oscillatory baffled crystalliser is used to mimic the operating conditions of continuous oscillatory baffled crystallisers, while reducing materials and energy consumption. A non-invasive imaging method is deployed to determine foul...
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Coordinate-based Multilayer Perceptron (MLP) networks, despite being capable of learning neural implicit representations, are not performant for internal image synthesis applications. Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) are typically used instead for a variety of internal generative tasks, at the cost of a larger model. We propose Neural Knitwork,...
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Utilising deep learning image classification to automatically annotate subsea pipeline video surveys can facilitate the tedious and labour-intensive process, resulting in significant time and cost savings. However, the classification of events on subsea survey videos (frame sequences) by models trained on individual frames have been proven to vary,...
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Pair-wise additive force fields provide fairly accurate predictions, through classical molecular simulations, for a wide range of structural, thermodynamic, and dynamical properties of many materials. However, one key property that has not been well captured is the static dielectric constant, which characterizes the response of a system to an appli...
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We study means of extracting quantitative information about particle attributes using state-of-art in-line and off-line particle measurements and analysis techniques. The approach comprises a combination of image analysis, laser diffraction, inversion of chord length distribution, and multivariate analysis. Polystyrene particle suspensions are used...
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Regulatory requirements for sub-sea oil and gas operators mandates the frequent inspection of pipeline assets to ensure that their degradation and damage are maintained at acceptable levels. The inspection process is usually subcontracted to surveyors who utilize sub-sea Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), launched from a surface vessel and piloted...
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Size and shape distributions are among critical quality attributes of particulate products and their inline measurement is crucial for monitoring and control of particle manufacturing processes. This requires advanced tools that can estimate particle size and shape distributions from multi-sensor data captured in situ across various processing step...
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Besides size and polymorphic form, crystal shape takes a central role in engineering advanced solid materials for pharmaceutical and chemical industry. This work demonstrates how multiple cycles of growth and dissolution can manipulate the habit of an acetylsalicylic acid crystal population. Considerable changes of the crystal habit could be achiev...
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Particle processing industries, such as pharmaceutical, food processing and consumer goods sectors, increasingly require strategies to control and engineer particle attributes. In both traditional batch and continuous processes, particle size and shape need to be effectively monitored through in-line measurements from Process Analytical Technologie...
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The in situ measurement of the particle size distribution (PSD) of a suspension of particles presents huge challenges. Various effects from the process could introduce noise to the data from which the PSD is estimated. This in turn could lead to the occurrence of artificial peaks in the estimated PSD. Limitations in the models used in the PSD estim...
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The dielectric response of fluids to electromagnetic radiation in the microwave region originates from processes occurring at the molecular level. Understanding these processes in more detail is relevant to many fields, such as microwave heating, fluid mixing, and separation technologies. In this work, we use molecular dynamics simulations to study...
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Digitisation of manufacturing processes under the umbrella of Industry 4.0 is a multi-faceted challenge, with requirements ranging from ensuring all relevant data is captured and has meaning, to combining and analysing data streams correctly, through to creating useful and intuitive real-time user interfaces.One such data stream that has more recen...
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The success of the various secondary operations involved in the production of particulate products depends on the production of particles with a desired size and shape from a previous primary operation such as crystallisation. This is because these properties of size and shape affect the behaviour of the particles in the secondary processes. The si...
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The interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter has led to a large number of interesting applications. The propagation of electromagnetic waves within materials is described by Maxwell’s equations. However, the fundamental understanding of the causes of the response of the material, defined by constitutive relations for its complex, freque...
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Monolayers of six alkyl phosphonic acids ranging from C8 to C18 were prepared by vacuum evaporation and incorporated into low-voltage organic field-effect transistors based on dinaphtho[2,3-b:2′,3′-f]thieno[3,2-b]thiophene (DNTT). Similar to solution-assembled monolayers, the molecular order for vacuum deposited monolayers improved with increasing...
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The response of molecular systems to electromagnetic radiation in the microwave region (0.3-300 GHz) has been principally studied experimentally, using broadband dielectric spectroscopy. However, relaxation times corresponding to reorganisation of molecular dipoles due to their interaction with electromagnetic radiation at microwave frequencies are...

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