The Through-life Engineering Services (TES) Centre at Cranfield University is delighted to announce the 11th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services (TESConf2022), to be held during 8-9 November 2022 at Cranfield University, UK.
TESConf2022 brings together academia and industry to engineering solutions supporting the lifecycle of complex and long-life assets. This CIRP-sponsored conference blends research and industrial solutions related for approaches that enable and optimise the value and the cost in-use. The topics explore design, functionality, performance, reliability and prognosis of life of engineering assets. The research streams cuts across the lifecycle with an emphasis on understanding the design and management to extend life. This year, the conference focuses on the following areas and topics:
Digitalisation in TES
- Digital transformation
- Digital twins
Industrial product service systems (IPSS)
- Business models
- Design for service
- Design for prognosis
- Maintenance and optimisation
- Repair technologies
- Health monitoring
TES for sustainability
- Life-extension approaches
- Advanced manufacturing
- Application-tuned materials
Download the final version of the event programme here.
|15 July 2022||Full length paper submission|
|26 August 2022||Notification of acceptance of full papers|
|16 September 2022||Final camera-ready full paper submission|
|1 September 2022||Start of registration|
|8-9 November 2022||Conference|
Call for industrial exhibitions
Organisations are invited to book a stand to exhibit their products and services related to TES. The conference will showcase their exhibits in front of their potential customers and network with world-class academics for future collaboration.
The Organising Committee invites authors to submit extended abstracts or manuscripts with significant scientific results with a maximum of six pages. All contributions will be peer-reviewed to evaluate their merit prior to being accepted and published in an open access repository with their corresponding DOI.
Based on the reviewer's report and the presentation at the conference, the panel will make recommendations to the committee, and the top manuscript will be invited to submit an extended paper for a special issue the CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology for publication.
Full paper template – download here
The conference will host academic and industry workshops during the conference in the areas of digital service engineering, repair technologies for advanced materials/composites, degradation assessment using non-destructive testing, diagnostics, prognostics, and health monitoring to name a few.
The conference organising committee invites experts to host both academic and industry sessions within the conference area and topics. We invite you to send us a proposal (500 words max) with a title for the session, proposal for a session chair and the area they wish to conduct this session.
General Chair: John Ahmet Erkoyuncu, Cranfield University, UK
Programme Chair: Gustavo M Castelluccio, Cranfield University, UK
Local Organising Chair: Pavan Addepalli, Cranfield University, UK
Paper submission link
To submit to this edition of TESConf22, please use the online form.
Location and travel details
CMRI, Cranfield campus.
Who should attend
This conference is for academics, early career researchers, research students and industry experts working in the area of through-life engineering. The conference itself is a congregation of experts involved in supporting the life of high value, long-life products and combines academic knowledge and industrial penchant to deliver engineering solutions at optimal operational and maintenance costs.
|Early bird and author registration (ends 15 October 2022)||£375|
|General/author registration fee||£475|
|TES Centre Member||£337.50|
|Cranfield University staff/student* (except authors)||Free of charge|
|Exhibition space and delegates, including one delegate||£800|
*You will need to register using your Cranfield University email address.
Professor Jan C. Aurich, Professor at the Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Production Systems, TU Kaiserslautern
Steve Gregson, Engineering Fellow – Service System Solutions, BEng CEng FIMechE FIAM, Rolls-Royce
Professor Ashutosh Tiwari, RAEng/Airbus Chair in Digital Manufacturing, Faculty Director of Research and Innovation – Engineering, University of Sheffield
Professor Sarah Sharples, Professor of Human Factors, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for Transport
How to register
Registration has now closed.