Juseong Lee is a PhD candidate at the Air Transport and Operations Section, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology. He is participating H2020 ReMAP project. His research interest includes simulation-based assessment and optimization, in the domain of aircraft maintenance. He holds an MSc degree in aerospace engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Lee, Juseong, and Mihaela Mitici. " An integrated assessment of safety and efficiency of aircraft maintenance strategies using agent-based modelling and stochastic Petri nets." Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2020): 107052.
H2020 Real-time Condition-based Maintenance for Adaptive Aircraft Maintenance Planning
Web site: h2020-remap.eu
Description: The ReMAP project proposes methods and tools to support the implementation of condition-based maintenance for aircraft. Among others, the project aims to develop health diagnostics and prognostics of aircraft systems and structures, using innovative data-driven machine learning techniques and physics models; to develop efficient maintenance optimization models; and to evaluate maintenance strategies by means of end-to-end (rare event) Monte Carlo simulation.
Aircraft maintenance; Operations research; Modelling and simulation; Stochastic process; Agent-based modelling
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2018-09-05 - 2020-09-05