|On behalf of the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society we are soliciting posters for a special student poster session at the 2nd European Conference of the PHM Society, July 8–10, 2014, in Nantes, France held in conjunction with the 7th European Workshop on SHM. Posters are intended for student authors and participants to engage in discussion about their work and provide an opportunity to presents late-breaking results, ongoing research, or works in progress.
Student Poster Committee:
Giovanni Jacazio email@example.com
Karl Elkjaer firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference General Chair:
Ravi Rajamani email@example.com
Jean-Baptiste Leger firstname.lastname@example.org
Date & Time: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 – 18h10 – 19h30
Accepted Student Posters
- Some diagnostic and prognostic methods for components supporting electrical energy management in a military vehicle – Guillaume Bastard
- Health monitoring and lifetime prognosis for PEM fuel cell systems – Andrey Vasilyev et al.
- Identification and evaluation of the potentials of Prognostics and Health Management in future civil aircraft – Sebastian Torhorst et al.
- Prognosis of Systems based on Partial Knowledge – Radouane ouladsine
- Information Fusion processes in Prognostics and Health Management – Bernard Schmidt
- Estimation of Li-ion Battery Model Parameter for Capacity Fade Analysis – HyeonSu Nam et al.
- Healthy Assessment tool for bearings Physical Systems inspired from Chronicle disease Diagnosis – Mohammed Chakib et al.
- Health Management System for the Hydraulic Servoactuators of Fly-by-Wire Primary Flight Control Systems – Andrea Mornacchi et al.
|Key Student Poster Session Dates|
|Submission Opens||25 Nov 2013|
|Abstracts Due (extended)||31 Jan 2014|
|Poster Review Feedback||31 Mar 2014|
|Technical Brief Initial Submission Due||18 Apr 2014|
|Technical Brief Review Feedback||16 May 2014|
|Technical Brief Final Submission Due||30 May 2014|
|PHM Conference Dates||08-10 Jul 2014|
Topics of Interest:
Poster session will be open to both PHM and SHM attendees thereby getting a much wider audience for students’ research work. Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not restricted to, the following:
- 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 for microsystems/MEMS
- Diagnosis and fault isolation methods
- Data-driven and model-based prognostics
- Condition-based maintenance technologies
- Standards and methodologies
- Fault-adaptive control methods
- Return-on-investment analysis
- Deployed applications and success stories
The submission opens on November 25, 2013 through the PHM Society website (www.phmsociety.org). Please submit an abstract by the abstract submission deadline, January 24, 2014, using the normal submission process choosing ‘Student Poster’ under ‘Submission Type.’ Submissions will be reviewed.
Poster templates: The template with guidelines for formatting the student poster is available here. While preparing the poster, please take note of all the reviewer comments. Reviewer feedback on the posters will be sent to the authors by March 31, 2014.
In addition to presenting the poster at the conference, the authors are invited to also submit a Technical Brief on the same subject as the poster, which will be reviewed, and, if accepted, will be included in the Conference proceedings. Submitting a Technical Brief is not mandatory, and the poster presentation will be accepted whether the authors of a student poster submit a Technical Brief, or not.
The initial submission of the Technical Briefs will be due on April 18, 2014 and reviewer feedback on the Technical Briefs will be provided by May 16, 2014. Final submission for the accepted Technical Briefs will be due on May 30, 2014. Please note that Technical Briefs must be prepared strictly according to the template of the full paper per the instructions available here. For further questions on submission and related issues please contact the Student Poster Co-Chairs Giovanni Jacazio (email@example.com) and Karl Elkjaer (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to your contributions.
The PHM Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of PHM as an engineering discipline. Its purpose is to provide free and unrestricted access to PHM knowledge, promote interdisciplinary and international collaboration in PHM, and lead the advancement of PHM as an engineering discipline.