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 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
July 4 DFG SPP 1886 Workshop
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