Research at the Institute for Risk and Reliability

Engineering structures, infrastructure and systems are characterized by a rapid growth in scale, complexity and interconnection. As a result the gap between required and available information for numerical modeling is growing quickly as well, so that uncertainties and risks are involved in our models and analyses to a greater extent than ever before. Since our engineering structures, infrastructure and systems are, to a significant extent, critical for the functionality of our economic and societal life, they require proper approaches and measures to verify and ensure their reliable performance. Our research is focused on developing new theories, techniques and practical solutions to address this challenge with a combination of efficient computational modeling and advanced uncertainty quantification.

Engineering structures, infrastructure and systems are characterized by a rapid growth in scale, complexity and interconnection. As a result the gap between required and available information for numerical modeling is growing quickly as well, so that uncertainties and risks are involved in our models and analyses to a greater extent than ever before. Since our engineering structures, infrastructure and systems are, to a significant extent, critical for the functionality of our economic and societal life, they require proper approaches and measures to verify and ensure their reliable performance. Our research is focused on developing new theories, techniques and practical solutions to address this challenge with a combination of efficient computational modeling and advanced uncertainty quantification.

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