Second International Conference on Maintenance Engineering
Call for papers:
The University of Manchester has a strong reputation of delivering industry focused professional development courses, consultancy and applied research in plant maintenance and reliability over the past 20 years.
With the aim of providing a common platform by which professionals, engineers, practitioners and researchers working in the field of plant maintenance and reliability can share their experiences, we are holding the second International Conference on Maintenance Engineering.
Papers are invited on any relevant topic, including:
• Acoustics Monitoring • Asset Management • Condition-based Maintenance • Condition Monitoring • eMaintenance, mobile technology • Health, Safety & Environment • Instrumentation • Life Cycle Cost Optimisation • Machine Health Monitoring • Machine Lube Oil Analysis & Monitoring • Maintenance Auditing • Maintenance Modelling • Maintenance Organisation • Maintenance Performance Measurement • Non Destructive Testing • Plant Life Extension • Plant Outage • Turnaround Management • Reliability, Maintainability & Risk • Vibration-based • Fault Diagnosis
Early Registration Fees up to 30th June 2017
|Author or Commitee Member 1||£350|
|Student / UoM Alumni 1||£300|
Registration Fees from 1st July 2017
|Author or Commitee Member 1||£450|
|Student / UoM Alumni 1||£400|
1 Fee includes no more than two papers.
|Submission date||Acceptance/Revision notification date|
|Extended Abstract or Full paper*||8th May 2017||
5th June 2017
Extended Abstract should not be more than 2 pages (A4 size) in length and also contain paper title, author names & their affiliation including email addresses. Extended Abstract and/or full paper can be submitted to Income@Manchester.ac.uk
*Optional requirement (Not mandatory). Note that the accepted abstracts or papers need to be presented during conference sessions.
The page limit for the full paper is 10 pages + 1 page for Authors’ biography. The full paper can be submitted to Income@Manchester.ac.uk before 8th May 2017.
The submitted full paper will be included in the conference proceedings and may also be considered for publication in the journal based on the reviewers’ comments.
Dr Jyoti K. Sinha
Programme Director, Reliability Engineering and Asset Management (REAM) MSc
Head, Dynamics Laboratory
School of MACE
The University of Manchester
M13 9PL UK
Mr Nasser Alshahrani, ARAMCO, Saudi Arabia
Dr David Baglee, University of Sunderland, UK
Dr F. Gu, University of Huddersfield, UK
Dr Wolfgang Hahn, EDF, UK
Mr John Harris, Maintenance & Asset Management, UK
Dr Akilu Kaltungo, The University of Manchester, UK
Dr Moray Kidd, The University of Manchester, UK
Prof Uday Kumar, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
Prof Ashraf Labib, University of Portsmouth, UK
Prof D. Mba, London South Bank University, UK
Prof Aditya Parida, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
Mr Mick Saltzer, Accenture, UK
Mr Paul Wheelhouse, Red Wheel Solutions Ltd, UK
Prof Filipe Didelet, IPS (Polytechnic Institute of Setubal), Portugal
Prof Mirka Kans, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Prof. Paolo Pennacchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Prof. R. Zimroz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Prof. Z.K. Peng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Mr Cuevas Alejandro, Tenaris University, Mexico