Why Participate in the PHME21 Doctoral Symposium?
In 2021, the 6th European Conference of the PHM Society will offer a dedicated session for PhD students:
- Present your research project to an expert panel
- Network with other European researchers in the PHM field
- Receive contextualized and structured feedback on your plans and initial results
- Free registration for sucessful applicants
The 6th European Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society invites applications from students, in the first couple of years of their PhD, in the fields of diagnostics, prognostics, or condition‐based maintenance to present their research at the Doctoral Symposium. The Doctoral Symposium provides an excellent opportunity for Doctoral students to present their research interests and plans at a formative stage in their educational program. The students will receive structured feedback from a panel of distinguished researchers, as well as comments from conference participants and fellow students in a collegial setting. See content and activities information on this website.
How to present your research & receive structured feedback?
Application submission deadline: May 14, 2021
Notification of selection: May 31, 2021
Application submission process:
- A three‐page abstract describing your thesis topic (must be PHM related) with:
– A concise statement of the problem addressed.
– Your expected contributions to the field.
– A proposed research plan, including work already performed and preliminary results.
– Use the PHME Extended Abstract Template for your submission.
- A CV with educational, employment and other experience. Clearly indicate the beginning and expected graduation dates.
- Contact details for your project supervisor(s) must be provided, and they must be informed of your application.
A maximum of 10 students will be selected (maximum 1 selection per academic institution)
Selected full‐time students receive free registration to the PHME21 conference.
Students in early stages of research (with at least two years remaining) will be given preference.
All selected students are also required to present a poster of their research, and their abstract will appear in the conference proceedings.