The Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Through-life Engineering Services is offering this summer school to train PhD students, researchers and early career practitioners in the key challenges and technologies for Through-life Engineering Services (TES). This annual summer school will also help to develop an international research community in the TES area.
The summer school will cover the following major themes:
1. Maintenance challenges for availability contracts
2. Component and System Degradation analysis
3. Fundamentals of Damage Assessments
4. Diagnostics and Prognostics
5. Repair and Self-healing Technologies
6. Obsolescence Management
7. Design and Manufacturing for TES
Who should attend?
PhD students (preferably in their 1st or 2nd years), researchers in universities and early career practitioners in companies in the UK and outside with an interest in the TES areas listed. The course is limited to a maximum of 20 students.
Key features of the course
This cross-disciplinary course will provide access to leading research academics in the TES Centre and involves significant hands on exposure to the technologies in the TES Studio and the Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) Laboratory. The course includes extensive group work and workshop style learning and will enable the creation of an international network of the attendees.
The course will start at 09:00am on Monday 5 June and finish by 14:00pm on Friday 9 June. A social event and the Summer School dinner will be held on the Wednesday or Thursday evening.