One of the unique features of the PHM conferences is free technical tutorials on various topics in health management taught by industry experts. As educational events tutorials provide a comprehensive introduction to the state-of-the-art in the tutorial’s topic. Proposed tutorials address the interests of a varied audience: beginners, developers, designers, researchers, practitioners, and decision makers who wish to learn a given aspect of prognostic health management. Tutorials will focus both on theoretical aspects as well as industrial applications of prognostics. These tutorials reach a good balance between the topic coverage and its relevance to the community.
The PHM Society presents panel sessions as an opportunity to learn from and engage with recognized leaders in industry, government, and academia in areas relevant to the PHM Society’s mission. These 90 minute panel sessions consist of brief introductory/perspective presentations and interactive discussion among the panelists and the audience. These discussions offer a way to accelerate existing research, stimulate new technological growth, and increase awareness of specific PHM activities. For more information about the Panels, please click HERE
The PHM Society prides itself on bringing in keynote lectures that cater to our specialized attendee base, covering topics and technologies with societal and technological impact. They keynote lectures can either review recent advances or set the agenda for future research topics. Two keynote lectures are planned this year, each session lasting one hour.

Keynote 1:  Dr. John Graves, Department of Health Policy, Vanderbilt University. Tentative title: "COVID-19 Data Analytics and Prognostics"
12th Annual PHM
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November 9-13, 2020
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The PHM Society is excited to host its 2020 Fall Conference virtually. The main conference will run Monday through Friday, November 9-13, and will include tutorials, paper sessions, panels, keynotes. Technical demonstrations and a Product Showcase component will also be featured. Please be sure to download the conference app so you can log in away from your desk and to take advantage of any additional conversations happening offline during the conference!
AGENDA OVERVIEW
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Nov. 9th
  • Doctoral Symposium
Nov. 10th
  • Tutorials
  • Lunch
  • Tutorials
Nov. 11th
  • Keynote
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
Nov. 12th
  • Keynote
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
Nov. 13th
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Paper and Panel Sessions
  • Diversity, Awards and Closing
*Schedule is subject to change
Registration is required to attend this event. Please allow 24 hours from your registration before you have access to the event. Details on logging into the event will be provided after you register.
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Tutorials
One of the unique features of the PHM conferences is free technical tutorials on various topics in health management taught by industry experts.  Learn More
Papers
Pre-recorded paper presentations will be available one week prior to conference for viewing. The live paper sessions will include a short synopsis of each paper and Q&A.
Panels
The PHM Society presents panel sessions as an opportunity to learn from and engage with recognized leaders in industry, government, and academia in areas relevant to the PHM Society’s mission. Learn More
Keynote
The PHM Society prides itself on bringing in keynote lectures that cater to our specialized attendee base, covering topics and technologies with societal and technological impact. Learn More
Add ons
Short Courses
Short Course Workshops will be held in two sessions:

Dec 2-4, and 7-8.
Please do continue to register through this site and we will contact you with more details.

Extra fee required. Registration is available by clicking the Registration button above.
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Doctoral Symposium
The Doctoral Symposium will be held Monday, Nov. 9 and is open to all registered attendees. Click the link below for more information about this part of the conference.
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What you need to Attend

Stable Internet

In order to be able to stream live and view pre-recorded video content, you must have a strong internet connection. You can check your internet connection here.

Zoom Download

Live tutorials, panels, keynotes, and more will be viewed using Zoom. The Zoom software can be downloaded here. You can test your Zoom connection here.

The Right Browser

We recommend using Chrome for the best user experience. However, our virtual conference hub works well on Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.