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Madhav Mishra of Luleå University of Technology joins Prognostics as an Associate Editor  
Madhav Mishra is currently a visiting researcher at the NASA Ames Research Center, California, USA. He is a PhD researcher at Division of Operation and Maintenance Engineering, at Luleå University of Technology, Luleå Sweden within the framework of the SKF-University of Technology Centre. His research focus on prognostics and health management to improve the RUL prognosis of an asset by developing hybrid models and Fusion Technique. He obtained a Master’s degree in Control Systems Engineering with a specialization in Mechatronics from the Netherlands, and he later worked at Philips Semiconductors/NXP in Nijmegen in the Netherlands as a Senior Design Engineer Mechatronics where he was involved in the design and development of a high-speed rotating machine.
 
Prognostics: Call for Papers  
Prognostics journal welcomes original papers and topical contributions in multidisciplinary research on prognostics, diagnostics, management, and control of technical systems, bio- and socio-technical systems, as well as social formations and processes. Prognostics journal has a large number of active, experienced reviewers and excels at placing quality publications into the public domain in short periods of time. If you have unique work ready for peer-review, the editors of Prognostics would like to have the opportunity to be your publishing platform. All submissions are subject to the journal's highest quality double-blind peer review process. Accepted papers are published electronically in the current issue and freely available to read and download globally. To submit a manuscript click here.
 
Prognostics Topics: Applications  
  • Advancing aerospace and military systems
  • Towards intelligent automotive electronics. Telematics
  • Structural health of individual structures
  • Nondestructive testing and evaluation
  • Manufacturing process, equipment proactive maintenance
  • Electronic prognostics in computer and device networks
  • Cloud computing. Delivering computing commodity
  • Nuclear power. Electrical grid
  • Oil and gas remote monitoring and diagnostics
  • Medical equipment and biodevices. Modern healthcare
  • Wearable sensors and systems. Telemedicine
  • Social networks dynamics
 
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