Reliability and Risk Engineering and Management
Multidisciplinary Graduate Studies

Funded by
The National Science Foundation
Integrative Graduate Education, Research, and Training (IGERT) Program

The Multidisciplinary Reliability and Risk Engineering and Management Studies project is the first in the world to study and develop integrated multidisciplinary computational and experimental approaches to assessing and managing risk and reliability. The project's pioneering approach is unique, and the techniques are broadly applicable across engineering and management disciplines.



  • New research projects in 2014:

    • Probabilistic methods for airframe digital twin
      (Air Force Research Laboratory)

    • Uncertainty quantification in predictive analytics for manufacturing
      (National Institute for Standards and Technology)

    • Online monitoring of concrete structures in nuclear power plants
      (Idaho National Laboratory)

  • Erin DeCarlo receives the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship (September 2013).
  • You Ling and Gregory Bartram submit their PhD dissertations (August 2013)
  • Candice Griffith, Quentin Noreiga and Jennifer Retherford receive their PhD diplomas at Commencement (May 2013)
  • Paper by McInvale, McDonald and Mahadevan in Military Operations Research journal wins 2012 Paper of the Year award (Details)