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Dr. Kristin Y Rozier Gives Invited Lectures at the University of Miami
Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier gave two invited lectures for the graduate course on Software Design and Verification at the University of Miami. The course was newly designed this year by ...
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Integration of Automated Planning And Scheduling with Integrated Systems Health Management Successfully Demonstrated
The Habitat Automation (HA) team integrated three existing tools that were previously developed in Code TI: The Advanced Caution and Warning System (ACAWS), the Extensible Universal Remote Operations Planning Architecture ...
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Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier Wins AIAA Intelligent Systems Technical Committee Distinguished Service Award
Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier has been awarded a Distinguished Service Award by the Intelligent Systems Technical Committee (ISTC) of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) for “Significant contributions ...
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Physics Based Methods Group Successfully Demonstrates Chafing Fault-Detection Technology on C-17 Jet Engine
Electronic chafing fault-detection technology developed by members of the Physics Based Methods Group was successfully demonstrated on a cable connected to the Electronic Engine Controller (EEC) of a live C-17 ...
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NASA’s Springer Journal Publishes Ashok Srivistava and Johann Schumann’s Paper on Software Health Management
Ashok Srivastava and Johann Schumann’s “Software Health Management: A Necessity for Safety Critical Systems” was published by NASA’s Springer Journal’s Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering. The paper addresses the ...
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Dr. Rozier Gives an Invited Lecture on “Formal Methods and Other Awesome Applications in Engineering”
Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier gave an invited lecture on “Formal Methods and Other Awesome Applications in Engineering” for the Introduction to Engineering course at the University of Miami. The talk ...
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Dr. Rozier Participates in Career Fair at Santa Clara University
Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier completed training to become a NASA Technical Recruiter and served in this position at the Santa Clara University (SCU) 2013 Winter Engineering Career Fair on Wednesday, ...
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Dr. Srivistava Elected AIAA Associate Fellow
Dr. Ashok Srivastava has been elected to the grade of associate fellow in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). AIAA Associate Fellows are individuals of distinction who have ...
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Dr. Rozier Gives Invited Lectures at University Of Miami
Dr. Kristin Y. Rozier gave an invited College of Engineering Colloquium at the University of Miami on “Formal Specification and Verification of a Coordination Protocol for an Automated Air Traffic ...
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Prognostics Center of Excellence Wins Best Paper Awards
Two papers written by Prognostics Center of Excellence researchers won best paper awards at the Annual Conference of the Prognostics & Health Management Society 2012, held at Minneapolis, MN, September ...
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Habitat Automation Software Successfully Demonstrated During JSC Deep Space Habitat Mission Operations Test
Throughout the two-week Mission Operations Test (MOT) in the Deep Space Habitat (DSH) at Johnson Space Center (JSC), September 10-21, software provided by the Autonomous Systems Project ran twenty four ...
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Jose Celaya Galvan Receives Ames Safety Award
Jose Celaya-Galvan was recognized by the Ames Safety Awards Program II (ASAP II) for his exemplary attention to health and safety conditions in the Intelligent Systems Division’s Advanced Diagnostics and ...
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ODVEC Monitoring System Certified and Deployed in JSC Mission Control Center
The Anomaly Monitoring Inductive Software System (AMISS) health-monitoring software running in the International Space Station Flight Control Room (ISS FCR) has been updated with an improved monitoring algorithm: the Outlier ...
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NEX Proposal Selected for CMAC Award
“Integrating Parallel and Distributed Data Mining Algorithms into the NASA Earth Exchange (NEX)” was one of ten proposals selected from among fifty-four submissions to the Computational Modeling Algorithms and Cyberinfrastructure ...
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Ashok Srivastava Selected as AIAA Journal Editor in Chief
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has selected Ashok N. Srivastava, Ph.D., to replace Dr. Michael Hinchey as the Editor in Chief of its Journal of Aerospace Computing, ...
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Ashok Srivistava Receives University of Colorado at Boulder’s 2012 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award
Dr. Ashok N. Srivastava has been awarded the 2012 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from the University of Colorado at Boulder. The University of Colorado at Boulder recognized five engineering alumni ...
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DASH Researchers Attend and Speak at Spacecraft Fault Management Workshop
Nine members from various groups in the Discovery and Systems Health (DaSH) research area attended the NASA Spacecraft Fault Management Workshop in New Orleans. Three of them gave talks to ...
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Ashok Srivastava Edits Advances In Machine Learning And Data Mining For Astronomy
Dr. Ashok N. Srivastava is an editor for the forthcoming book Advances in Machine Learning and Data Mining for Astronomy, published April 4, 2012 by Chapman & Hall. This book ...
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Machine Learning in Systems Health Management Book Released
Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery for Engineering Systems Health Management, edited by Ashok N. Srivastava and Jiawei Han, presents state-of-the-art tools and techniques for automatically detecting, diagnosing, and predicting the ...
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Failure Consequence Assessment System Team Hosts Technical Interchange Meeting
The Failure Consequence Assessment System (FCAS) hosted a two-day Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) at Ames Research Center (ARC) on December 6-7. Gordon Aaseng, an ARC employee stationed at Johnson Space ...
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Training on Modeling the Space Launch System Using Teams Designer at MSFC
Intelligent Systems Division researchers conducted three days of training for members of Extra-Vehicular (EV) Activity 43 at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) on modeling the Space Launch System (SLS) using ...
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Dr. Ann Patterson-Hine Edits System Health Management Book
A new book titled System Health Management: with Aerospace Applications has been edited by Dr. Ann Patterson-Hine and Dr. Stephen Johnson (MSFC and Univ. of Colorado at Colorado Springs), Mr. ...
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IMS Aircraft Health Monitoring Case Study Presented to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
A case study of the Inductive Monitoring System (IMS) application to C130 aircraft engine starter system health monitoring was presented to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Marietta, GA. This study was ...
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Prognostics Center of Excellence Groups Win Best Paper Awards at 2011 Prognostics And Health Management Society Conference
Two Prognostics Center of Excellence groups won awards for their papers at the annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society, 2011, held in Montreal, Canada, from September 25th ...
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Prognostic Algorithm Performance Demonstrated on Electric UAV Batteries Onboard the Edge 540 Platform
Prognostic health management algorithms designed by the Prognostics Center of Excellence, and implemented on a PC104 embedded hardware system developed by teams at Langley Research Center (LaRC) and Dryden Flight ...
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AMISS Certified and Deployed in JSC Mission Control
A graphical development environment for the Anomaly Monitoring Inductive Software System (AMISS), a health-monitoring software system based on the Intelligent System Division’s Inductive Monitoring System (IMS), has been installed and ...
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Successful Completion of ARRA “Health Management Technologies Research & Development” Task
Researchers in the Diagnostics & Prognostics Group and Intelligent Data Understanding Group in the Discovery and Systems Health (DaSH) area successfully completed the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) task ...
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Balaban Gives Stanford Prognostic Health Management Research Talk
Edward Balaban, a researcher with the Diagnostics & Prognostics Group of the Discovery and Systems Health (DaSH) research area, was invited to give a talk to the Space Environment and ...
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IEEE Awards Ashok Srivastava and Irving Statler for Data Mining Case Study
The IEEE International Conference of Data Mining (ICDM) recognized Dr. Ashok N. Srivastava and Dr. Irving Statler for one of the top ten data mining case studies. Their case study ...
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Ground Support Systems Prognostics Technology Demonstrated to KSC
Prognostics technology was recently demonstrated to Space Shuttle operations team members and Ground Operations launch control system representatives at Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Focusing on a pneumatic valve in the ...
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First Flight of Flyable Electro-Mechanical Actuator
On August 5th, 2010, a team consisting of members of NASA Ames Diagnostic & Prognostic Group and U.S. Army Aero Flight Dynamics Directorate (AFDD) personnel successfully conducted the first test ...
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PHM and Principles of Diagnostics Conferences
NASA Ames and the Intelligent Systems Division had a strong showing at this year's Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society 2010 in Portland, Oregon on October ...
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Dr. Vadim Smelyanskiy Receives Two NASA Tech Brief Awards
In recognition of contributions to the National Space Program and the mission of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dr. Vadim Smelyanskiy has received two NASA Tech Brief awards. Both awards are ...
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Release of NASA Earth Exchange Dashlink 2.0 Collaborative Websites
DASHlink 2.0 and NASA Earth Exchange have recently been released to the public. These sites were constructed off a collaborative web platform called C3 that was designed to easily enable ...
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Dr. Lilly Spirkovska Presents Anomaly Detection Using IMS at Spaceops 2010
Code TI’s Inductive Monitoring System (IMS) has been demonstrated for anomaly detection of the spacecraft Ground Support Equipment at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) as part of the Fault Detection, ...
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Inductive Monitoring System Assists in ISS Anomaly Detection Analysis
A system health monitoring software application called AMISS, based on the Intelligent Systems Division’s Inductive Monitoring System (IMS), has been deployed on the Attitude Determination and Control (ADCO) and the ...
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Isothermal Accelerated Aging System for Power Semiconductor Prognostics
An aging system for power semiconductors that isolates electrical overstress from temperature overstress has been built. The system controls the internal temperature of the test article in order to avoid ...
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FLEA Test Stand Baseline Flight on C-17
On March 11, 2010, a team consisting of members of the NASA Ames Diagnostics & Prognostics Group, the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, and the US Air Force successfully conducted ...
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Ashok Srivastava Wins IEEE Technical Achievement Award
The IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award is given for outstanding and innovative contributions in the field of computer and information science and engineering, or with computer technology, in the ...
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Ares I-X Ground Diagnostic Prototype Selected by AIAA
The December 2009 year-in-review issue of AIAA’s Aerospace America magazine lists the Ares I-X Ground Diagnostic Prototype as one of “the most substantive advances for intelligent systems” in 2009. BACKGROUND: ...
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AMISS Certified for ISS Flight Control Room Deployment
The Anomaly Monitoring Inductive Software System (AMISS), based on the Ames Research Center (ARC)-developed Inductive Monitoring System (IMS), underwent and passed Mission Control acceptance (certification) testing at Johnson Space Center ...
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Ares I-X Ground Diagnostic Prototype Demo at KSC
Mark Schwabacher and John Ossenfort traveled to Kennedy Space Center (KSC), where they had a successful demo of the Ares I-X Ground Diagnostic Prototype on May 14, 2009. It was ...
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Inductive Monitoring System Released to ISS Mission Evaluation Room
The Inductive Monitoring System (IMS) and IMS-based Anomaly Monitoring Inductive Software System (AMISS) have been released to the Boeing International Space Station (ISS) Mission Evaluation Room (MER) engineering staff for ...
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Presentations on Machine Learning Work Given to ACM
Mark Schwabacher gave a two-hour invited talk to the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Data Mining Special Interest Group (SIG) entitled “Using Supervised ...
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Integrated Flight Control and Actuator Health Management Meeting
Kai Goebel and Edward Balaban, members of the Diagnostic & Prognostic Group and the Prognostics Center of Excellence at NASA Ames Research Center, took part in a review meeting for ...
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Human Systems Integration and Intelligent Systems Division Collaborators Win SAE Outstanding Technical Paper Award
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International has determined that a conference paper based on a recent collaborative effort between Ames Intelligent Systems Division (Code TI) and Human Systems Integration ...
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Space Act Agreement Signed With Boeing Phantom Works
A non-reimbursable Space Act Agreement was signed between Boeing Phantom Works and NASA Ames Research Center on February 4, 2009. The Space Act Agreement has the purpose of developing health ...
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Anomaly Monitoring Inductive Software System Running in JSC Mission Control
Prototype Inductive Monitoring System (IMS) applications developed to provide real-time health monitoring for International Space Station (ISS) External Thermal Control System (ETCS) subsystems are now up and running (uncertified) in ...
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Prognostics Industry Day Held at Ames
The Prognostics Center of Excellence (PCoE) hosted the Prognostics Industry Day on Wednesday, November 19th, 2008. The Industry Day was co-sponsored by the Office of the Director of New Ventures ...
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Division Researcher to Chair Prognostics Conference
Kai Goebel will chair the International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management (PHM’09), to be held in Boston Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 2009. Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) is a system ...
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Framework Paper Presented at Prognostics And Health Management Conference
Tolga Kurtoglu presented a paper at the 2008 International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management October 6-9, 2008. The paper titled “A Systematic Framework for Benchmarking Monitoring and Diagnostic Systems” ...
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Best Professional Paper Award at Prognostics And Health Management Conference
“Integrating SHM to the Early Design of Aerospace Systems using Functional Fault Analysis” by T. Kurtoglu, S. Johnson, E. Barszcz, J. Johnson, and P. Robinson won the PHM 2008 Best ...
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Division Researcher Listed in Who’s Who in America
Dr. Sorin Dusan has been invited and his biography has recently been selected to be included in the Who’s Who in America 2009 Edition by Marquis for his work in ...
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Solar Array Constraint Engine Demonstrations
Jeremy Frank demonstrated the Solar Array Constraints Engine (SACE) software at 2008 AIAA Space, which took place September 9–11, 2008. Frank also demonstrated SACE at the International Conference on Automated ...
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Prognostics Posters at Data Mining Conference
Researchers from the Prognostics Center of Excellence will present three posters at the Conference on Intelligent Data Understanding to be held September 9–10 at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. B. ...
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Test Simulation System Paper to Be Published
“An Agile Accelerated Aging, Characterization and Scenario Simulation System for Gate Controlled Power Transistors,” by Greg Sonnenfeld, Jose Celaya, and Kai Goebel, has been accepted for publication at IEEE Autotestcon ...
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Prognostics Performance Metrics Paper Accepted
“Metrics for Evaluating Performance of Prognostic Techniques,” by Abhinav Saxena, Jose Celaya, Edward Balaban, Kai Goebel, Bhaskar Saha, Sankalita Saha, and Mark Schwabacher, has been accepted for presentation at the ...
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ARES I-X Ground Diagnostic Tool Technical Reviews
Two successful technical reviews were held at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on July 9th. In the morning, there was a review of the Ares I-X Ground Diagnostic Prototype (GDP) task. ...
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DASHlink Goes Live
DASHlink, a collaborative website for Discovery in Aeronautics Systems Health, went public on June 6, 2008. DASHlink is a virtual laboratory for scientists and engineers to disseminate results and collaborate ...
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