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Dr.-Ing. Konrad Reber

Head of research and development
Innospection Germany GmbH
Konrad Reber studied physics at the University of Mainz with a focus on Solid State Physics. In a Ph.D. thesis at the material science department of the University of Erlangen, he worked in the field of magnetic materials, in particular the measurement of material parameters using magnetic stray flux methods. At Pipetronix he was responsible for the development of data analysis algorithms for the application to MFL-pipeline inspections. Later he also became responsible for the magnetic design of MFL-inspection pigs. After changing to NDT Systems & Services he continued to work in the field of in-line inspection and broadened his focus to include topics of defect assessment and general comparison methods of different inspection tools. Between 2006 and 2008 he was with TUVRheinland as an expert within the Pipeline Technology Group. He was responsible for international projects on pipeline integrity and pipeline certification. Since 2008 he is head of research and development for the Innospection Group. The department is responsible for designing new inspection equipment for the Oil and Gas industry. His focus is on the development and refinement of testing technologies with applications for underwater or otherwise difficult to inspect structures. He is busy in delivering speeches on conferences and is a trainer in various courses on pipeline inspection.

Events/Masterclasses Dr.-Ing. Konrad Reber is currently speaking at

Energy

In-line Inspection and Inspection of Challenging Pipelines
28 - 31 March 2022
Amsterdam | Online Live Stream
The In-line Inspection and Inspection of Challenging Pipelines course will provide an in-depth introduction to the subject of the in-line inspection of pipelines. We will look at the role the in-line inspection plays in the overall pipeline inspection and pipeline maintenance procedures.

Energy

Mastering Pipeline Inspection Data: Data Quality Input Required for Effective Defect Assessment
23 - 25 May 2022
Amsterdam | Online Live Stream
The course fills a missing link. Inspection experts, integrity experts and operators all have their specific perspective on the pipeline. This fact and the different interpretation of the technical terminology used can lead to misunderstanding between the different stakeholders.

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Dr.-Ing. Konrad Reber
Head of research and development
Innospection Germany GmbH
Konrad Reber studied physics at the University of Mainz with a focus on Solid State Physics. In a Ph.D. thesis at the material science department of the University of Erlangen, he worked in the field of magnetic materials, in particular the measurement of material parameters using magnetic stray flux methods. At Pipetronix he was responsible for the development of data analysis algorithms for the application to MFL-pipeline inspections. Later he also became responsible for the magnetic design of MFL-inspection pigs. After changing to NDT Systems & Services he continued to work in the field of in-line inspection and broadened his focus to include topics of defect assessment and general comparison methods of different inspection tools. Between 2006 and 2008 he was with TUVRheinland as an expert within the Pipeline Technology Group. He was responsible for international projects on pipeline integrity and pipeline certification. Since 2008 he is head of research and development for the Innospection Group. The department is responsible for designing new inspection equipment for the Oil and Gas industry. His focus is on the development and refinement of testing technologies with applications for underwater or otherwise difficult to inspect structures. He is busy in delivering speeches on conferences and is a trainer in various courses on pipeline inspection.
Dr.-Ing. Konrad Reber
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