Journal paper (joint work with Dr. Zhengdao Wang in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Iowa State Univerisity) titled “Deep Convolutional Neural Networks with Ensemble Learning and Transfer Learning for Capacity Estimation of Lithium-ion Batteries” has been accepted for publication in Applied Energy. Congrats!
Mohammad Kazem Sadoughi, who is a Ph.D. candidate in our group, recently received the Research Excellence Award from the ISU College of Engineering, which recognizes excellence in graduate research. Congrats!
Hao Lu and Jinqiang Liu joined SRSL for their Ph.D. studies. Welcome!
The following papers have recently been accepted by Reliability Engineering and System Safety and Smart Materials and Structures. Congrats!
1. “Multivariate System Reliability Analysis Considering Highly Nonlinear and Dependent Safety Events” by RESS [DOI];
2. “Decision Making under Uncertainty for Design of Resilient Engineered Systems” by RESS [DOI]; 3. “Fusion of sensor geometry into additive strain fields measured with sensing skin” by SMS [DOI].
Mohammad was offered a summer internship at Medtronic Inc., the world’s largest medical technology company. He will work full-time in Medtronic as a student engineer from this May to August. Congratulations!
Journal paper (joint work with Simon Laflamme and Jin Yan from Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University) titled “Reconstruction of Unidirectional Strain Maps via Iterative Signal Fusion for Mesoscale Structures Monitored by a Sensing Skin” has been accepted for publication in Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing. Congrats!
Journal paper (joint work with Cameron A. Mackenzie from Iowa State Univerisity, and Amin Toghi Eshghi and Soobum Lee from University of Maryland, Baltimore County) titled “A High-Dimensional Reliability Analysis Method for Simulation-Based Design Under Uncertainty” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Mechanical Design. Congrats!
Journal paper (joint work with Hui Ye, Gaurav Jain, and Craig Schmdit from Medtronic Energy and Component Center, Brooklyn Center) titled “Remaining useful life assessment of lithium-ion batteries in implantable medical devices” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Power Sources. Congrats!
Journal paper (joint work with Zhixiong Li, Dazhong Wu from University of Central Florida, Orlando and Janis P. Terpenny from Penn State University, University Park) titled “An Ensemble Learning-based Prognostic Approach with Degradation-Dependent Weights for Remaining Useful Life Prediction” has been accepted for publication in Reliability Engineering and System Safety. Congrats!