Call for papers

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Key Dates:
Abstract Submission Due – June 14, 2013 (Read More)
Paper Submission Deadline – July 15, 2013
Reviews and Feedback Complete – August 16, 2013
Final Papers Due – September 13, 2013

Technical Program Committee (
Conference General Chair:
Carl Byington

Note: Only Full length papers are accepted for PHM Conference. Please do not pick Poster or Abstract options.

Publish in Journal Option: Starting 2012 ijPHM has been allowing authors to present their work at the next PHM Conference if authors desired to do so. Please send an email to indicating your preference of the venue.Read more here.

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Prospective authors are invited to contribute full length, original, high-quality papers. The topics suggested by the conference can be categorized as analysis methods, asset-specific algorithms, prototype implementations, fielded systems and business case analysis. All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions. Submitted papers will be reviewed by experts based on the criteria of content, significance, technical validity, innovation, writing style, accuracy, clarity, simplicity and readability.

Topics of Interest:

  • PHM system design and engineering
  • PHM sensors and detection methodologies
  • Diagnosis and fault isolation methods
  • Data-driven and model-based prognostics
  • Physics of failure prognostics
  • Asset health management
  • Structural health management
  • Electronics health management
  • Condition-Based Maintenance policies
  • Standards and methodologies
  • Verification and Validation methodologies
  • Fault-adaptive control methods
  • Deployed applications and success stories

Please Note: No extensions will be provided for the submission deadline. Authors will be required to submit their papers be the deadline to allow enough time for the review process.

A major differentiator for the PHM Society is its modern approach toward intellectual property rights. Authors retain copyright in their work while allowing the PHM Society to distribute their work through a Creative Commons License. As a result, all articles published by the PHM Society are available to the global PHM community via the internet for free and without any restrictions.

Please consider serving as a Session Chair at the Annual Meeting. A Session Chair introduces each session participant, and facilitates discussion in the session. This is an excellent way for any member to participate in the Annual Meeting. Any member interested in serving as a Session Chair should contact the Technical Program Committee or the General Chair. You can post general questions about paper content, formatting, Creative Commons licenses, etc. at the PHM Conference forum.

Technical Program Committee (

Conference General Chair:
Carl Byington