Two of Professor David He’s doctoral students, Jinghua Ma and Junda Zhu, have each been awarded $1500 by the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society to make a presentation in the 2010 PHM Society Doctoral Consortium at the 2010 PHM Conference, Portland, Oregon, October 10, 2010. 10 out of 25 applications were awarded.

The titles of their presentation are:

Jinghua Ma: “Development of Integrated Prognostics: An Application to Hybrid Ceramic Bearing Life Prediction”

Junda Zhu: “Full Ceramic Bearing Health Monitoring, Diagnostics and Prognostics with Acoustic Emission and Vibration Sensors”

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