10th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability (MMR 2017), will take place in Grenoble, France, on July 3-6, 2017.
The MMR conferences serve as a forum for presenting the latest advances of research in the mathematical theory of reliability and risk management (stochastic modeling, statistical inference, optimization, decision support,...), as well as their applications (aging, maintenance, degradation, prognostic and health management, monitoring, warranty, lifetime data analysis,...). Its objective is to bring together the best international experts in the field, both from academy and various industrial sectors such as energy, aeronautics, automotive, telecommunication,... As a major international forum on reliability, it attracts increasing number of researchers from all countries of the world.
MMR 2017 is organized by Grenoble Institute of Technology and Université Grenoble Alpes. It will be held at the brand new building of GreEN-ER, at Grenoble Institute of Technology, which is located in the center of Grenoble.
Grenoble is the capital of the French Alps. Second France’s most important centre of scientific research and high-tech industry after Paris, Grenoble is known for its great museums, excellent dining, outstanding quality of life and superb public transport system. Host of the 1968 Winter Olympics, the city center is the focal point for a metropolitan area of over 650,000 inhabitants, 60,000 of them students. Surrounded by the mountain ranges of Chartreuse, Vercors and Belledonne, the city lies on the bank of the river Isère. In Grenoble, you can love city life and wildlife at the same time, enjoy winter and summer altogether, mountain hikes and contemporary art exhibitions on a same day, you may strongly support sustainable development and be keen on archaeology, too.
We sincerely hope that you will join us and share a fruitful moment in this unique environment.
All speakers will have to submit their abstracts by March 1st, 2017. For accepted papers, the deadline for the submission of full papers is April 30. Instructions for the submission of abstracts and full papers can be found on the conference website.opics of the conference
All aspects of mathematical methods in reliability are welcome, from theory to applications. The topics of the conference include (but are not limited to):
- Accelerated life testing
- Bayesian methods in reliability
- Case studies in reliability analysis
- Computational methods in reliability
- Decision making in reliability
- Degradation modeling and analysis
- Extremes in reliability
- Imperfect repair modeling
- k-out-of-n systems
- Lifetime data analysis
- Lifetime distributions theory
- Maintenance modeling and analysis
- Multi-state and continuous-state system reliability
- Network reliability
- Online monitoring
- Optimization methods in reliability
- Prognostic and health management
- Safety and risk assessment
- Sensitivity analysis in reliability
- Software reliability and testing
- Stochastic aging
- Stochastic dependence in reliability
- Stochastic orders in reliability
- Stochastic processes in reliability
- Structural reliability
- Warranty modeling and analysis
For more information please visit the conference website http://mmr2017.imag.fr