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.

  

ijPHM recently published its first full article on offline evaluation of prognostic performance. We have a blog entry that discusses the paper and its significance in the maturing field of PHM. Feel free to join the discussion!

  

Long before the PHM Society was established, researchers and practitioners in the nascent field of PHM got together at the IEEE Aerospace Conference every year. For years, the Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Health Management track (Track 11) served as the premier venue for publishing PHM papers and interacting with PHM colleagues in a casual setting.

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Due to numerous requests for the extension of the deadline, we have extended the submission deadline for the Annual Conference of the PHM Society 2010 to June 7 Monday.

We will not extend the deadline beyond that date. If you have already submitted a draft, please send your final paper to the Technical Program Committee by June 7. If you already submitted a full paper and you would like to improve your paper, please submit your revised paper to the Technical Program Committee by June 7. Please DO NOT use the submission form to update your draft or original submission.

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The PHM Data Challenge is a competition open to all potential conference attendees. This year the challenge is focused on RUL estimation for a high-speed CNC milling machine cutters using dynamometer, accelerometer, and acoustic emission data.

Both Student and Professional teams are encouraged to enter! Winners of the Student and the Professional categories who attend the conference and submit an invited paper to ijPHM on their technique will be awarded a cash prize. Top scoring participants will be invited to present at a special session of the conference.

PHM Competition Start: 
June 2, 2010 - 1:32pm
PHM Competition End: 
August 31, 2010 - 11:59pm
PHM Competition Status: 
Completed
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In San Diego, we had a very successful Doctoral Consortium with 13 student participants. In Portland, we will continue the Doctoral Consortium tradition. The Doctoral Consortium provide an opportunity for graduate students to present their research interests and plans at a formative stage in their research. The students receive structured guidance from a panel of distinguished researchers as well as comments from conference participants and fellow students in a collegial setting.

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