TU Delf Summer School is a course that aims to provide the fundamental knowledge for enabling these key-technologies to transform conventional structures to cyber-physical assets. The progress in key-technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things opens new horizons for developing the lightweight structures of the future, where the structures will be able to perform self-diagnostic checks of their integrity, self-estimate their lifespan and communicate with each other valuable information, all related to MORPHO fan blades research.
It will take place at the Aerospace Engineering Faculty of TU Delft from 14th to 16th of June 2022. The theme of this edition is ‘The era of Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence for Structural Applications’. The lectures will focus on the application of machine learning for design and failure analysis of lightweight structures, AI-based structural health monitoring, diagnostics and prognostics strategies, state awareness capabilities and digital twins.
Theo Loutas will present the Structural Health Monitoring in Digital Era
From the Morpho consortium, Theodoros Loutas (University of Patras) will participate as a lecturer. His session will focus on “Structural Health Monitoring in Digital Era”. Other important researchers from the University of TU Delf, the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Sheffield will also participate with their own sessions.
This course is aimed for young researchers (PhD’s and PostDoc’s) who want to become independent scientists developing their research in the field of design and failure analysis of lightweight structures using machine learning, structural health monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and state awareness. It costs 435EUR. However, they will provide 3 scholarships to 3 applicants and cover their registration fees.