3 Forbes Rd
Lexington, MA 02421
Trends and Prospective in Risk and Reliability Engineering Research – Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad, Ph.D.
This is the IEEE Boston Reliability chapter December Annual Past Chairs Dinner Meeting. IEEE members & non-members are welcome, and the meeting and food are free of charge, but registration is required in advance, so we can finalize food and drink arrangements.
This meeting is limited to 40 members and guests. You MUST be registered to attend.
Please Register by COB Thursday, December 7th so we can finalize the arrangements!
This talk will highlight current and promising directions in the fields of Reliability Engineering and Risk Assessment. Leading topics such as research on the fundamental sciences that underpin risk and reliability technologies, challenges in reliability of ultra-complex systems of interacting hardware and software, utilization and processing of large data and machine learning algorithms, advances in system-level prognostics and health monitoring, and new approaches to integrate physics of failure and traditional reliability assessment methods.
Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad, Ph.D. of ASQ RRD
Dr. Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad is a safety/reliability analyst in multidisciplinary systems analysis and an Associate Professor of Reliability Engineering with Sahand University of Technology (SUT), Tabriz-Iran. He received his Ph.D in Reliability Engineering from University of Maryland (UMD), and holds one M.Sc degree in Nuclear Engineering and another in Reliability Engineering from UMD. His undergraduate degree was in Electrical Engineering. Dr Pourgol-Mohammad has more than 15 year of work experience including research and teaching in safety applications and reliability engineering at various institutions including FM Global, Goodman Manufacturing, UMD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), University of Zagreb-Croatia, USNRC and INEL. He is a senior member of ASQ, ASME, IEEE (2008-2010) and ANS and member of several technical committees and a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Nuclear Engineering in States of Maryland and Massachusetts. He is a certified reliability engineer (ASQ CRE). He has authored more than 80 papers and reports on his research. His efforts have been appreciated with several awards and recognition.
5:30-6:00: Sign In & Personal Networking
6:00-6:45: Catered dinner, refreshments, dessert
6:45-7:00: Greetings, Election Results, Year in review Guest Presenter Introduction
7:00-8:00 Dr. Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad – Associate Professor of Reliability Engineering SUT, Tabriz-Iran
8:00-8:15 Q&A session, meeting adjourns
Meeting Location: 3 Forbes Rd, Lexington, Massachusetts