The CMMNO 2014 contest first prize has been awarded to Robert B. Randall, Michael D. Coats, Wade A. Smith. More info
Best student paper awards
Three prizes (300€ each and fast publication in journals Mechanical System and Signal Processing and Mechanics and Industry) have been awarded to the best student papers based on reviews returned by the Scientific Committee. The award ceremony took place on December 15 2014 during the gala diner.
from the university of New South Wales, Australia. The first prize was awarded to M. Jacek Urbanek for his paper entitled Modeling of rotating machine vibration signals operating under highly varying speed and load. The second prize was awarded to M. Mourad Kedadouche for his paper entitled Empirical Mode Decomposition combined with Empirical Wavelets for extracting bearing frequencies in a noisy environment and early detection of defects. The third prize was awarded to M. Bostjan Dolenc for his paper entitled Robust information indices for diagnosing mechanical drives under non-stationary operating conditions.
Congratulation to the winners, and many thanks to all participants !
The 4th International Conference on Condition Monitoring of Machinery in Non-Stationary Operations (CMMN0'2014) was held in Lyon (France) during the 15th and 16th of December 2014.
The main objective of the CMMNO'2014 conference is to bring together the scientific community to discuss the major advances of condition monitoring of machinery in non-stationary conditions. It aims to create a meeting for scientists and practicing engineers throughout the world to present their latest advances, research findings and ideas in this scientific field.
Patrick Flandrin, ENS de Lyon, France
Luigi Garibaldi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Michael Feldman, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Jérôme Lacaille, Expert Algorithmes Snecma, France