Asia Pacific Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society 2017(PHMAP17) will extend the following four awards: Best Paper Award(Academia/Industry), Young Scientist Award, Best Poster Award and Best Student Award.
Local Organizing Committee(LOC) will nominate the potential candidates based on the originality, significance, quality and clarity of submitted papers to the PHMAP17 conference. The nominees will be announced before the conference. The winners will be selected based on the presentation ability only among the nominees, and will be announced on the website after the conference.
• Best Paper Award(Academia/ Industry)
The Best Paper Award will be awarded to four presenting authors from academia and industry.
• Young Scientist Award
The Young Scientist Award will be awarded to two presenting authors who are under the age of 40 and have a PhD degree.
• Best Poster Award
The Best Poster Award will be awarded to two presenting authors of poster.
• Best Student Award
The Best Student Award will be awarded to two presenting authors who are students and the lead author of their papers.
* LOC reserves the right to change the number of winners based on the quality of submitted papers.
List of Recipients of the Conference Awards
• Best Paper Academia
P-166 "Tooth-wise Fault Identification for a Planetary Gearbox Based on a Health Data Map"
Jong M. Ha, Seoul National University, Korea
P-266 "Bayesian Analysis of Two-Phase Degradation Data Based on Change-Point Wiener Process"
Pingping Wang, East China Normal University, China
P-184 "A Digital Signal-based Prognostic Approach for Factory Automation"
Jinwoo Lee, UNIST, Korea
• Best Paper Industry
P-111 "MCMC-based Efficient Maintenance Plan Decision"
Junya Shimada, MITSUBISHI Electric Corporation, Japan
• Young Scientist
P-201 "A phenomenological force model of Li-ion battery packs for enhanced performance and health management"
Ki Yong Oh, Chung-Ang University, Korea
P-071 "Analysis of Big Data Streams to Obtain Braking Reliability Information for Train Protection Systems"
Raphael Pfaff, FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
• Best Poster
P-027 "Evaluating Strategies to Mitigate Jamming in Electromechanical Actuators for Safety Critical Applications"
Yameen Hussain, University of Bristol, UK
• Best Student
P-013 "Towards a Physics Based Foundation for the Estimation of Bearings RUL"
Dmitri Gazizulin, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
P-243 "A study on a reliability of manufacturing process based on analysis of complexity and difficulty in a mixed model assembly line"
Moise Busogi, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
P-257 "Reliable Faults Diagnosis of Roller Bearings using Hybrid Feature Models and Improved Multiclass Support Vector Machines with Classifiers Discriminant Analysis"
Manjurul Islam, University of Ulsan, Korea