CBM Academy – Call For Papers by Derk Daverschot

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Call For Papers by Derk Daverschot (Sr. Mechanical Engineer – Airbus) and Chair of the Technical Session ‘Operational Monitoring using Airframe Digital Twins in Aerospace’ of the CBM Academy

This scientific and industrial forum will be a great opportunity for all participants to exchange about what role the Airframe Digital Twins can play in the world of maintenance.

In the digital age, the Airframe Digital Twins are gaining momentum as new enablers for future aircraft or aircraft component operational monitoring. Thanks to the combination of engineering and manufacturing data from the airframe and the utilization data from the aircraft, the digital twins could achieve more cost-efficient maintenance without compromises to safety. This technical session aims at presenting and discussing Airframe Digital Twin applications; the latest progress made towards establishing the twins for airframe structures and challenges ahead. 

Organizer/Chair: Derk Daverschot (Airbus) – derk.daverschot@airbus.com
Derk Daverschot graduated at TU Delft – Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and became researcher here. Since 2001 he works at Airbus in several roles and responsibilities in the Engineering organization.

Main skills: Structural Analysis, Fatigue & Damage Tolerance, Major Tests, Structural Health Monitoring 

Deadline to submit abstract: 15h of December 2021.

For all details check: cbmacademy.eu

Paulo Rupino Cunha

Paulo Rupino Cunha

Assistant Professor of Information Systems with Habilitation and former head of the IS Group at the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Director of Informatics and Systems Lab of Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN), a non-profit association for Innovation and Technology Transfer.

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