Submissions are invited for papers for presentation and inclusion in the proceedings. Be part of an active network including students, managers, practitioners, and scientists from academia, government, and industry, from across the globe addressing the following topics:
- Systems engineering aspects of PHM
- PHM related standards and methodologies
- PHM Design and PHM Architectures
- Uncertainty, Explainability and Causal Inference
- Deep Learning/Machine Learning methods for PHM
- PHM at the Component/Sub-system/System level
- Physics of failure for anomaly detection, diagnostics and prognostics
- Fault-adaptive control methods
- Prognostics sensors and detection
- Fault detection and prognostics of MEMS
- Model-based diagnostics
- Data-driven, model-based and hybrid prognostics
- Condition-based and predictive maintenance technologies
- Software and hardware for PHM
- Degradation modelling
- Asset health management
- Structural health management
- PHM for electronics and electrical engineering systems and plants
- PHM in Cyber-Physical Systems
- Cost Benefit and Return-on-Investment analysis
- PHM for Automotive, Rail, Marine, Wind and Energy
- PHM for Manufacturing (Production planning and Control)
- Deployed applications and success stories
Suggest titles and offer to organize one building on PHME21: PHM Standards in a Machine Learning Domain, Theoretical Aspects of Prognosis, PHM for Energy Generators, and PHM for Electric Vehicles. Maybe: Space, MRO, Human Performance, Scalability, Reliability, Use Cases, Uncertainty.
Student Track – Doctorial Symposium
For the second time in Europe a Doctorial Symposium will be run as part of a Student Track. This event provides an excellent opportunity for graduate students to present their research interests and plans at a formative stage in their research. The students will receive structured guidance from a panel of distinguished researchers, as well as comments from conference participants and fellow students in a collegial setting.
Short Courses – PHM Fundamentals, Data Analytics for PHM
Our local sponsors on Turin have arranged an amazing venue – a former palace – for these two courses to proceed and prepare for the conference in Turin and hence to take place 4th and 5th July. Details will be updated but they will follow the previous successful offerings.
After the success of the Data Challenge in 2020 and 21, we intend to prepare another dataset for the European PHM Research Community. Winning teams will be invited to publish their work in the conference proceedings of the 7th European Conference of the PHM Society and a representative will be expected to make an oral presentation at the event.
More information about these contents soon.