Seminars in Engineering Risk Analysis & Probabilistic Modelling

Unless otherwise indicated, seminars are held on Wednesdays, 13.30 - 14.30,
in Room N3620, Building N6 (corner of Arcisstr. and Theresienstr.)

The seminars are open to all members of TUM and the interested public.

A list of past seminars can be found here.

Upcoming seminars

April 19 (Thursday 13:30) Dr. Gian Franco Napa García
(Instituto Tecnológico Vale ITV, Brazil)
Towards a robust risk-based design of geotechnical structures
April 25 (Canceled) Dr. Anneli Guthke
(Universität Stuttgart)
The Unified Risk Equation - An Attempt to Unify Risk Assessment across Disciplines
May 2 Felipe Uribe
(ERA group)
BUS and the reversible jump MCMC
May 16 Max Teichgräber
(ERA group)
An attempt to define hidden safety and a parameter study on the effects of erasing hidden safety
May 30 Dr. Iason Papaioannou
(ERA group)
Identifying structures in high dimensions: The Partial Least Square method
June 6 Mario Berk
(ERA group)
Machine Learning with Matlab
June 13 Hugo Rosero
(ERA group)
Introduction to BERAN for analysis with Bayesian Networks
June 20 Sebastian Geyer
(ERA group)
High dimensions - How reliability methods with Gaussian models deal with the curse of dimensionality
June 25 (Canceled) Prof. Alexandros Taflanidis
(University of Notre Dame, USA)
Iterative surrogate model development for UQ applications
July 4 Marco Daub
(Chair of Computational Mechanics, TUM)
Interval methods for systems design under polymorphic uncertainties
Max Ehre
(ERA group)
Reliability analysis in the presence of multi-uncertainty
Martin Fusseder
(Chair of Structural Analysis, TUM)
The Method of Generalized Influence Functions