Surveillance 8

Surveillance 8
International Conference - October 20-21, 2015
Roanne Institute of Technology, France


MSSP Award

In the same way as the former conference Surveillance 7, a MSSP award will be assigned to the best student paper at the conference, it follows that a journal version of the nominated paper will be given priority in MSSP publishing, the announcement will be done during the gala dinner.

The last best student award was delivered to Ioannis A. Antoniadis, Christos T. Yiakopoulos, Konstantinos C. Gryllias, Konstantinos I. Rodopoulos for their paper IFESIS: Instantaneous Frequencies Estimation via Subspace Invariance properties of wavelet Structures.  


MSSP is a peer review journal, striving to publish papers of high quality in the following areas:



Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing

  • Diagnostics of machinery and elements
  • Dynamics of mechanical systems and structures
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Sensing/measurements
  • Vibration/Noise control
  • Vibro-acoustics
  • Adaptive structures
  • Inverse problems
  • Uncertainty analysis
  • Rotor dynamics
  • System integration

The basic philosophy is to achieve a balance between experimental and theoretical approaches. Even basically theoretical contributions should be such that experimentalist will benefit from being aware of them. We would rarely consider pure "case histories", unless very difficult experimental issues were solved. We would usually also expect that theoretical aspects be supported by experimental verifications, and not just simulations. In most cases, the critical assessment of any results would be one of the major criteria looked for. These guidelines are of course somewhat general, and some flexibility in judging papers will always be a necessity.

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