The three day IoT Workshop aims to provide its participants with the necessary introductory basic information on the IoT, how it works, basic IoT programming and IoT applications. During the workshop, in addition to theoretical background information, a number of hands on experiments will also be provided using various types of IoT elements and kits for different types of basic applications. Moreover, the participants (in a group of four persons) will be challenged to design innovative IoT applications, to be presented at the end of the workshop. A total of Rp 4,000,000 cash prizes will be presented to the winners.
Workshop 1 contents:
Chapter 1: The Internet of Things: An Overview
Chapter 2: Internet Principles and communication technology
Chapter 3: IOT System Design
Chapter 4: API Development and Embedded programming
Chapter 5: Cloud computing and Data analytics and IoT Product Manufacturing
Workshop 1 fees:
Interested participants are requested to register in advance, as seats are limited. Ideally, each institution is expected to send a staff member and 3 students, to form a team. The Workshop Registration fee: Rp 500,000 (Staff member); Rp 250,000 for each student; and Rp 75,000 for IEEE CASS Member.
Registration Deadline: October 7, 2017
For further information, please contact to: email@example.com before October 7, 2017
Reliability and quality of the product have to be designed in such that the product will last during the operation according to the pre-determined design life time. In case of geothermal tubing, casing and pipeline design process, material selection phase is the first step to be taken. Aggressive environment with high pressure and high temperature will require corrosion resistant and high strength materials or corrosion resistance alloy (CRA), so that the pipe and tube will not fail during the plant operation, the condition leading to plant operation with high reliability and safety and low risk.
In this workshop, the trainee will be introduced to reliability engineering applicable for pipe and tube manufacture, construction and operation phases. Reliability tools such as Failure Mode, Effect, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Weibull Analysis, and Statistics Quality Control Tools used during manufacture phase would be explained. Possible damage mechanism in typical geothermal environment, failure modes and structural reliability analysis to determine the damage rates and remaining life of the tube and pipeline would also be explained. This reliability concept is then used to prioritize the inspection, maintenance and repair plan during geothermal power plant operation. Having proper reliability management put in place, the geothermal plant will have annual high availability and low un-planned shutdown rate.
Workshop 2 contents:
Session I : Introduction to Reliability Engineering
Session II : Material Selection Methodology & Tube and Pipe Design Method
Session III : Tools in Reliability and Statistics Process Control & Weibull Analysis
Session IV : FMECA and Inspection, Maintenance and Repair Plan
Workshop 2 fees:
Interested participants are requested to register in advance, as seats are limited.
Registration Deadline: October 10, 2017
For further information, please contact to: firstname.lastname@example.org