Assessing Reliability and Safety of Autonomous Systems:Challenges and Perspective on Solutions, Dr. Ali Mosleh, 9:00am-10:00am, September 07th, 2019 (Saturday) ,Room N412, Shunde building 2019.09.05

[Time] 9:00am-10:00am, September 07th, 2019 (Saturday)

[Venue] Room N412, Shunde building

[Speaker] Dr. Ali Mosleh

[Host] Dr. Yanfu Li

[Title] Assessing Reliability and Safety of Autonomous Systems:Challenges and Perspective on Solutions
[Abstract] This talk characterizes autonomous systems as Cyber Physical Human (CPH) systems, noted by their complexity, heterogeneity, functional and physical distribution, interconnectivity of technology and social dimensions, and openness, and learning ability. The development and deployment of CPH occurs with a high pace through often distributed supply chains of varying quality, reliability, and safety standards. All these attributes may lead to emergent failures that are rare and difficult to identify, with possibly catastrophic consequences, often through conflicts and masking effects.
The presentation will argue that traditional modeling and analysis methods (such as FMEA and FT) have significant limitations in analyzing and improving safety, reliability, and security (SRS) of CPH systems in general, and autonomous CPH systems in particular. The talk suggests that a very promising approach is dynamic probabilistic simulation of such systems. An overview of the emerging simulation methods for risk analysis will be provided along with suggested research directions.
[Bio] Dr. Ali Mosleh is a Distinguished University Professor and Evelyn Knight Chair in Engineering at UCAL where he is also the director of the UCLA Garrick Institute for the Risk Sciences. Previously he was the Nicole J. Kim Eminent Professor of Engineering and Director of the Center for Risk and Reliability at the University of Maryland. He was elected to the US National Academy of Engineering in 2010, and is a Fellow of the Society for Risk Analysis, and the American Nuclear Society, recipient of several scientific achievement awards, and technical advisor to numerous organizations, including appointment by President George W. Bush to the U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board. He conducts research on methods for probabilistic risk analysis and reliability of complex systems and has made contributions in diverse fields of theory and application. He holds several patents, and has edited and authored over 500 publications.

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