RAMS® 2022 CALL FOR PAPERS & TUTORIALS

Share This Post

RAMS® 2022 CALL FOR PAPERS & TUTORIALS

Theme: “Opportunities for Machine Learning in R&M”

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE — Friday, April 16, 2021

The 68th Annual Reliability & Maintainability Symposium (RAMS®) will be held at the Hilton El Conquistador Resort, Tucson, Arizona during the week of January 24–27, 2022. The theme for RAMS® 2022 is “Opportunities for Machine Learning in R&M”. With the advent and emergence of significant data availability for fielded equipment. Reliability assessment can now be accomplished through the collection and timely analysis of equipment-specific field data and health monitoring systems. Engaging advanced techniques, such as machine learning and other advanced analytics, with these data sets enable the state-of-the-art to evolve to a much more proactive, effective, and cost-efficient reliability management approach.

If you wish to present a paper or tutorial at RAMS® 2022, now is the time to begin your preparation. To have your paper or tutorial considered, you must first submit an abstract describing the paper or tutorial. The paper must represent your original work and should not be published or presented in any other journals or conferences. Tutorials must address key areas of broad interest in reliability and maintainability engineering.

Abstracts must be submitted via rams.org and the abstract submission process will be available from March 1, 2021, until April 16, 2021.

More To Explore

General

ASQ RRD Webinar: RMMR Conference preview

ASQ RRD Webinar: RMMR Conference previewThursday, Jun 30 2022 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) This session is intended to share some of the highlights of the august 2022 RMMR conference to be held in Hartford CT on August 2nd and 3rd. This will include interaction with the audience to

David Auda
General

A note from the RMMR conference Chair

I would like to take this opportunity to invite/welcome you to the annual RMMR 2022 conference. It has been a couple of years of disruptions and as a result of those disruptions many things have changed. Most notably the transition from face to face meetings to remote meetings. It is a safe assumption that our

Scroll to Top