The PHM Society is seeking original technical papers and posters from students for presentation at the 4th European Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society (PHME18), to take place from July 3-6, 2018 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. PHME18 will bring together the European community of PHM experts from industry, academia, and government in diverse application areas such as energy, aerospace, transportation, automotive, and industrial automation. Past participants came from: Airbus, Analatom, CNRS, DLR, ECA, EDF, GE, Honeywell, IK-4 Tekniker, IFSTTAR, IVHM Centre, KEPCO, Linova, Meggitt, Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, NASA, NI, NLR, PARC, PREDICT, Prisma, RK Diagnostics, Rolls Royce, Saab, Safran, Scania, SKF, Snecma, STMicroelectonics, Ureason, and many universities.
Conference General Chair:
Jean-Baptiste LEGER email@example.com
Key Conference Dates:
Abstract Submission Opens 01 Jan 2018
Abstracts approved continuously until submission deadline: 31 Jan 2018
Paper Submissions Due 15 Apr 2018
Paper Review Feedback mid-May 2018
Final Papers Due 31 May 2018
PHM Conference Dates 03-06 Jul 2018
Topics of Interest:
Submission are invited for full papers, student posters, and proposals for Panel sessions on PHM related topics such as but not limited to listed below.
- Prognostics system design and engineering
- Prognostics sensors and detection
- Physics of failure prognostics
- Asset health management
- Structural health management
- Prognostics for electronics
- Fault detection and prognostics of MEMS
- Diagnosis and fault isolation methods
- Condition-based maintenance technologies
- Standards and methodologies
- Fault-adaptive control methods
- Return-on-investment analysis
- Deployed applications and success stories
- Data-driven and model-based prognostics
- Systems engineering aspects of PHM
- Software and hardware for PHM.
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