ALT’2010 is the 3rd international conference concerned with the latest scientific results and applications in reliability testing and analysis.
The aim of this conference is to bring researchers and practitioners from universities, institutions and industries, together to present and discuss innovative methodologies and practical applications in the reliability field: assessment, testing, analysis, design and optimization. It also aims to combine the points of view related to reliability engineering and structural reliability.
Theoretical issues and applied case studied, will range from academic considerations to industrial applications, including electronics, civil and mechanical engineering. There will be invited talks, plenary sessions and parallel sessions.
Knowing the success of previous ALT conferences, ALT’2010 intends to include wide reliability engineering methods and Industrial applications.
ALT’2010 is addressed to:
University researchers, through innovative theoretical developments and scientific works.
Industry engineers through practical applications and enginneering procedures and tools.
The conference includes:
Exhibition space for institutions, companies, software and products.
It is also possible to propose a mini-symposium on a field of interest. In this case, please inform the organizers about the topic and the expected number of papers.
All submitted papers will be reviewed and selected by the program committees. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected papers after revision will be published in special issues of international Journals (e.g. Papers selected from ALT’2006 has been published in JSPI).
The conference will take place at the city of Clermont-Ferrand, located in the wonderful volcanic site in the centre of France. A visit of the natural site is expected after the conference.
Topics of the conference
Probabilistic degradation models
Coupled physical and statistical degradation models
Structural and mechanical reliability
Reliability-based design and optimization
Life-cycle assessment and optimization
Test planning and optimization
Statistical Methods in Reliability
Survival Data Analysis
Analysis of failure data
Rare and censored data
Reliability prediction models
In service reliability estimation
System health monitoring
Design of experiments and metamodels
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Jan. 31, 2010: Deadline for abstract submission
Feb. 15, 2010: Notification of acceptance
Mar. 31, 2010: Deadline for paper submission
The conference language is English
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