Company: 
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
Date Posted: 
October 8, 2010
Contact: 
Serdar Uckun

Global industries, ranging from automotive to publishing, from heavy equipment to medical devices, face the challenge of deploying, monitoring, and maintaining fleets ranging from thousands to millions of diverse assets spread around the world.

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Company: 
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
Date Posted: 
October 8, 2010
Contact: 
Serdar Uckun

We are seeking an applied research scientist in diagnostics, prognostics, data analysis, machine learning, or related fields to join a team of researchers developing innovative fleet management systems. The focus area is automated analysis of health and status data streams from a fleet of complex electromechanical systems. Applications may include trend detection, alerting, fault detection, fault prediction, remote diagnosis, and remaining useful life estimation.

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The 2010 PHM Data Challenge is now over. This year the challenge is focused on RUL estimation for a high-speed CNC milling machine cutters using dynamometer, accelerometer, and acoustic emission data.

There was fierce competition, with 27 teams registered (15 professional, and 12 student), and 172 submissions to the leaderboard.

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The PHM 2010 Conference and the DX 2010 Workshop will take place at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower. The cutoff date for hotel reservations at the group rate of US$120/night is September 10, 2010. Please use this link to get the group rate at the Hilton.

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Details on how the competition will be scored are here:
https://www.phmsociety.org/competition/phm/10/scoring

We have also pushed back the deadlines considerably:

2-Aug-10 Leaderboard open
31-Aug-10 Final submissions due
02-Sep-10 Provisional winners announced, invitation to submit paper
05-Sep-10 Confirmation of willingness to present and publish FULL algorithm in IJPHM
06-Sep-10 Winners announced
01-Oct-10 Papers due to IJPHM
10-Oct-10 PHM 10 Starts

  
Company: 
DATA POWER MONITORING CORP.
Date Posted: 
July 29, 2010
Contact: 
Bart Cotton (bcotton at dpmc dot com)

We are seeking a database diagnostic and analysis specialist to model battery measurement parameters. This would be in the area of diagnostics, prognostics, predictive technology methods to manage large groups of mission critical batteries and battery systems. The ideal candidate would be a student, or a recent graduate at the PhD candidate level, with training in engineering, statistics, mathematics, and information technology.

Battery, monitoring, and measurement techniques informal tutorials and training is available.

Task description follows:

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Company: 
Goodrich Corporation
Date Posted: 
July 14, 2010
Contact: 
Tim Cunningham

Goodrich Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, is a global supplier of systems and services to the aerospace, defense and homeland security markets. With more than $6 billion in annual revenues, Goodrich has one of the broadest portfolios of products in the aerospace industry. The company serves a global customer base, with over 24,000 employees across approximately 90 manufacturing and service facilities in 16 countries worldwide.

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We are excited to announce that the Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society 2011 will be held in at the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure in historic Montreal, Canada. Conferences dates are September 25-29, 2011. More details will be announced soon.

  
Company: 
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
Date Posted: 
June 12, 2010
Contact: 
Serdar Uckun

We are seeking an applied research scientist in diagnostics, prognostics, data analysis, machine learning, or related fields to join a team of researchers developing innovative fleet management systems. The focus area is automated analysis of health and status data streams from a fleet of complex electromechanical systems. Applications may include trend detection, alerting, fault detection, fault prediction, remote diagnosis, and remaining useful life estimation.

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We are pleased to announce the 2010 PHM Society Data Challenge. More details are here.

  
 
 
 

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