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ESREL 2017 Programme Overview

ESREL2017 Detailed program of parallel sessions

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Meet the Experts! And hear about “Efficient Reliability Engineering in UAVs and Complex Designs”
The workshop will take place on 20 June, Tuesday, 14:00-17:20 at the Pharos room, Grand Hotel Bernardin.
Please register here: http://www.bqr.com/register-to-esrel-2017-workshop-on-reliability-and-maintenance/
Invitation: http://www.bqr.com/brochures/Invitation.pdf


PRE ESREL 2017 Workshop, Sunday June 18, 2017, 12.00- 16.00


Application and use of risk assessments – key challenges and recent advances (Willy Røed and Roger Flage)

The workshop addresses key challenges and recent advances in application and use of risk assessments in different industries. It is relevant for delegates familiar with basic risk analysis methods, who would like to enlighten their perspectives on how to plan, execute and use risk assessment to adequately support decision making. A main topic is how to effectively deal with uncertainties and knowledge in risk assessments. The workshop includes lectures, case study examples and discussions among the participants.

Participation fee: Free of charge for ESREL delegates, but registration required->add your name to the web list: http://doodle.com/poll/5g73nrtnr4uuv8g2 – write your name to the box, click to confirm and save the selection – if in trouble and you cannot do it, send an email to conference@esrel2017.org – we will put your name there for you.

Lecturers: Willy Røed and Roger Flage, University of Stavanger, Norway

Willy Røed has more than 15 years of experience within risk management related subjects. Since he finished his PhD in 2006, he has worked as an industry consultant through the company Proactima, and as a researcher at the University of Stavanger.

Roger Flage is an associate professor at the University of Stavanger, Norway. He has also worked as a consultant in the field of risk assessment and management. Much of his research focuses on treatment of uncertainty in risk assessment, and he is co-chair of the ESRA technical committee on uncertainty analysis.