2022 Intl. Summer School on fault Diagnosis of Complex Systems- first announcement

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Dear colleagues,
It is our pleasure to announce the 9th International Summer School of
Fault Diagnosis of Complex Systems, which will take place in Girona
(Catalonia, Spain) on July, 4th to 8th, 2022.

Please, feel free to forward this message to your students or colleagues
you think could be interested in the topic.

Looking forward to see you or your students in Girona.
With best regards,

Local organizing committee: Joaquim Melendez, Joaquim Armengol and Joan
Colomer (Universitat de Girona, Catalonia, Spain)
School Steering Committee: Belarmino Pulido and Anibal Bregon
(University of Valladolid, Spain)

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COMPLEX SYSTEMS ////////////////////////
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4th-8th, 2022 /////////////////////////////////
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The Spanish Thematic Network on Supervision and Diagnosis of Complex
systems will
organize in July 2022 the 9th Intl. Summer School on Fault Diagnosis of
Complex systems:
https://exit.udg.edu/summerschool/

Currently, automated diagnosis of devices is an interesting research and
development field.
It can be approached with different techniques (knowledge-based systems,
case-based reasoning,
machine-learning or model-based reasoning) coming from different fields:
Control Engineering,
Artificial Intelligence or Statistics. It is not easy to include several
of these techniques
in a single course.

This School is an intensive seminar that will take place along 5 days
(30 hours) in Girona,
Catalonia, Spain. Its main goal is introducing students to different
diagnosis approaches coming
from different research communities: Control Engineering, Artificial
Intelligence, Statistics, ...

The School is open to PhD/master students and also to industrial
practitioners interested in
these approaches to diagnosis. Successful applications to fields like
electronic circuits,
chemical processes, continuous industrial processes, automotive,
satellites, software, etc. have been made.

Tentative programme:
T1. INTRODUCTION. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
T1.1 Definitions: fault, failure, detection, diagnosis, reliability...
T1.2 Foundations for fault detection and diagnosis in FDI and DX:
detectability, observability,  diagnosability...

T2. THE FDI APPROACH
T2.1. Structural analysis and analytical redundancy.
T2.2. Model-based detection methods: parameter estimation, parity
equations, state observers for linear and non-linear models.
T2.3. Fault detection: residual evaluation by consistency tests, and
envelope generators.
T2.4. Fault isolation: structured and directional residuals.

T3. THE DX APPROACH
T3.1 Model-based diagnosis from AI Community. Consistency-based
diagnosis, CBD: Theoretical (Reiter's ) approach.
T3.2 GDE: the computational approach to CBD.
T3.3 Computational alternatives to GDE. Diagnosing multiple faults.
T3.4 Constraint-driven fault diagnosis.

T4. DIAGNOSING BUSINESS PROCESSES
T4.1 Introduction to BPM
T4.2 BP Lifecycle and special characteristics
T4.3 The future

T5. PROGNOSIS
T5.1 Introduction to prognosis
T5.2 Understanding the prognosis problem
T5.3 Prognosis methods
T5.4 Challenges and applications

T6. SOFTWARE DIAGNOSIS

T7. STATISTICAL APPROACHES TO FAULT DIAGNOSIS
T7.1. Fault diagnosis using statistical methods.

T8. BRIDGE: INTEGRATION OF FDI AND DX APPROACHES
T8.1 Theoretical links and comparison.
T8.2 Practical comparison and potential synergies.

T9. DISCRETE EVENTS SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS
T9.1 Distributed DES modeling
T9.2 Approaches to DES diagnosis
T9.3 DES diagnosability

The Summer School oficial language will be English.

Location: This ninth edition will take place on July, 4th to 8th, 2022
in the city of Girona, Catalonia, Spain.
The teaching will take place at the Escola Politècnica Superior, Campus
de Montilivi.

Suggested accommodation: Residència Campus de Montilivi Girona. Address:
Carrer Mercè Rodoreda i Gurgui, 2, 17003 Girona, Catalonia, Spain
(please indicate Diagnosis School). For additional booking information,
please visit the Summer School website

Local organizing committee: Joaquim Melendez, Joaquim Armengol and Joan
Colomer (Universitat de Girona, Catalonia, Spain)

School Steering Committee: Belarmino Pulido and Anibal Bregon
(University of Valladolid, Spain)

Special Guests: Marina Zanella (Universita degli Studi di Brescia,
Italy), Yannick Pencole (LAAS-CNRS, France) and Louise Trave-Massuyes
(LAAS-CNRS, France)

Academic Staff:  C. Alonso-González (U. Valladolid), J. Armengol (U.
Girona), A. Bregon (U. Valladolid),
M.J. de la Fuente (U. Valladolid), R. M. Gasca (U. Sevilla), M. Teresa
Gomez (U. Sevilla), J. Melendez (U. Girona),
V. Puig (UPC), B. Pulido (U. Valladolid).

Registration: Early bird registration 500 euro (before May, 31st, 2022),
late registration 750 euro (after May, 31st, 2022).
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