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First World Congress on Condition
June 13-16, 2017
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Conference Keynote Speakers
We are pleased to say that we have some
outstanding names to fill the bill as kleynote speaskers for MFPT
2016 and ISA's 62nd IIS.
Peter Lake is the Chief Mechanic at Boeing Commercial
Airplanes with the responsibility of providing airline
maintenance expertise for product development programs as
well as in service aircraft. He is currently working
on Boeing’s newest version of the 737, the MAX. Peter has
also worked as a Systems Engineering Analyst for Boeing
Research and Technology (BR&T) developing web based tools
for analyzing aircraft maintenance records. His work in BR&T
has yielded five patents from the United States Patent
Office. Prior to his employment with Boeing, Peter
worked for 15 years at United Airlines as a licensed
Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanic and Aircraft
Electronics Technician, so he’s a perfect person to provide
an end-user's perspective.
Prof Jay Lee at the
University of Cincinnati has led a 15-year Intelligent
Maintenance Systems initiative to develop a whole slew of
failure prevention solutions for Industry. He will share
those solutions, and how they have been implemented by end
users. He will also touch
on his next new 15-year initiative, cyber security; after
all, “cyber” is a critical domain that we don’t want to
“fail” on us. So, this broadens the scope of failure
prevention to inanimate tools of which our modern world is
making increased use.
Netzel was the Chief Engineer of John
Crane Seals for many years. The title of Jim's talk is "Mechanical Seal
Reliability Problems, Their Diagnosis, and Elimination".
The focus will be on machinery end users and their
suppliers, laying out the problems that have been chronic,
and both existing and new technologies that catch these
problems in their early stages, when fixes are easier and
Derriso is from the Human Effectiveness Directorate
of the Air Force Research Laboratory. As Technical Advisor in the
Warfighter Interface Division, he is leading efforts
to initiate human monitoring. Prior
to this appointment he was a leader and originator of
Integrated Systems Health Management (ISHM) for aircraft.
His vision is that the human is also a “machine” (albeit
complex and with emotions) and that we should make use of
the tools that were actively developed when he worked in the
Aircraft Structures Division of the Aerospace Systems
Directorate and apply them to humans.
LTC Mason Rice (US Army) is a
professor at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
He is currently heading up a research program to
develop methods to train others to protect SCADA
systems and is leading AFIT's efforts to construct a
life-size cyber-physical training facility on an
Indiana National Guard Installation. Prior to AFIT,
he served as the Chief Engineer and Component
Commander within the White House Communications
Agency, and as a senior Cyber Security Engineer at
the National Security Agency. The title of his talk
is "Cyber-Physical System Security".
Sixth speaker, to be confirmed