Call for Papers
Hilton Fort Worth
815 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX, 76102, USA
TEL: 1-817-870-2100 FAX: 1-817-882-1300
|Key Conference Dates|
|Abstract Submission Due||04 Apr 2014|
|Paper Submission Due||09 May 2014|
|Paper Review Feedback||27 Jun 2014|
|Final Papers Due||01 Aug 2014|
|Doctoral Symposium Submission Due||05 May 2014|
|Technology Demos Submission Due||13 Jun 2014|
|Panel Sessions Topics Due||27 Jun 2014|
|PHM Conference Dates||29 Sep – 2 Oct 2014|
Topics of Interest:
- PHM and CBM Solutions
- CBM+ Architecture and Best Practices
- Advanced Sensing and Embedded Monitoring
- Detection, Diagnosis, and Prognostics Methods
- Big Data Issues and Analytics
- Physics of Failure and Model-based Prediction
- Adaptive Control and Fault Accomodation
- Standards, Metrics, and V&V
- CBM Return on Investment Analysis and Business Case
- Implementation Challenges, Issues, and Success Stories
- Uncertainty in PHM
This conference includes a full-day workshop on PHM Needs and Issues for Heavy Machinery, Oil and Gas Industries.
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.
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 email@example.com indicating your preference of the venue. Read more here.
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 Conference General Chairs or the Technical Program Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can post general questions about paper content, formatting, Creative Commons licenses, etc. at the PHM Conference forum.