Company: 
CyDesign Labs
Date Posted: 
July 3, 2012
Contact: 
Serdar Uckun

Location: Palo Alto, CA

CyDesign is developing a physics-based modeling system that will let the engineer quickly assess design options against requirements during the conceptual design stage. Should the vehicle have conventional or hybrid drive? How will thermal loads affect an implanted medical device? By providing answers to these questions early in the design, a more robust and reliable system will be built.

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Company: 
SGT (NASA Ames Research Center)
Date Posted: 
April 25, 2012
Contact: 
abhinav.saxena@nasa.gov

RESEARCH BACKGROUND

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Company: Analatom Incorporated
Position: Artificial Intelligence / Data Mining Engineer (US Permanent Residency or Citizenship Required) Location: Sunnyvale, CA Web: www.analatom.com

Analatom provides research and development services to industry and government institutions. Its core technologies are Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors and Structural Health Monitoring/Management Systems based on sensor data and advanced analytical techniques.

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Company: 
SGT (NASA Ames Research Center)
Date Posted: 
February 5, 2012
Contact: 
kai.goebel@nasa.gov

Work performed for this Research Scientist position will explore different methods to predict remaining life of components, subsystems, and systems within the aerospace domain. To that end, physics-based models of the component in question will be designed as well as models of the degradation mechanisms. These will be used in conjunction with appropriate algorithms (such as – but not constrained to – Particle Filters, Kalman Filters, and similar) to assess the health of a component and predict the remaining life conditional on anticipated future load and future environmental conditions.

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The presentations and notes from the Battery Management Systems Workshop are posted here. The workshop was held on September 26 during PHM'11 in Montreal, with nearly 60 people from industry, academia, and government in attendance.

  

As the PHM'11 kicks off full proceedings for the technical papers is now available here. Also check out the downloadable version of complete proceedings for easy reference.

  

Editor: Ian K Jennions

This highly-anticipated book addresses both basic and advanced concepts critical for the understanding and support of the developing field of Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM).

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The PHM Society sponsors a data challenge annually, open to anyone. In addition to bragging rights, there is a cash prize for the winners in both the student and professional categories. However, the most exciting element of the challenge is the algorithms of the winning teams are published in detail in ijPHM, advancing the field of PHM as an engineering discipline. Moreover, the data set from each competition becomes a benchmark for future researchers to compare performance of their algorithms.

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