III INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ON FAULT DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Seville (Spain), from 9th to 13th June, 2008)
Currently, automated diagnosis of devices is an interesting research and development field. It can be approached with different techniques (knowledge-based systems, case-based reasoning, machine-learning or model-based reasoning) coming from different fields: Control Engineering, Artificial Intelligence or Statistics.
This School is an intensive seminar which will take place along 5 days in Seville, Spain. Its main goal is introducing students to two of the most wellknown different diagnosis approaches coming from two research communities: Control Engineering known as FDI and Artificial Intelligence known as DX.
The School is open to doctorate/postgraduate students and also to industrials interested in this rather novel approach to diagnosis.
Lessons will be given by national and international experts in the field. In this edition we have three invited speakers:
Louise Travé-Massuyès from LAAS-CNRS in Toulouse, France, Marie Odile Cordier in Rennes University, France and Franz Wotawa of Institute for Software Technology (IST) in Graz University of Technology.
This Summer School is supported by the Spanish Thematic Network on Supervision and Diagnosis of Complex Systems: http://www.lsi.us.es/~rdiag/index.php/RedSuperv/HomePage