Seminars in Engineering Risk Analysis & Probabilistic Modeling

Unless otherwise indicated, seminars are held from 13.30 to 14.30.

The seminars are open to all members of TUM and the interested public.

Due to corona the seminars are held via zoom. Please contact Prof. Straub for an invitation to the zoom meeting.

A list of past seminars can be found here.

Upcoming seminars

Sept. 9 Max Ehre
Sequential, active learning of low-dimensional model
representations for reliability analysis
Sept. 23 Spencer Sharp
Complex vehicle scenarios through structural
reliability methods and fitness functions
Oct. 7 Cathrin
Seismic and tsunami Hazard analysis and cascading
effects to the power network in Lima and Callao, Peru.
Oct. 21 Paul Wagner
(ETH Zürich)
Reliability analysis using stochastic spectral embedding
Oct. 28 Dr. Benjamin
(University of
Modeling and reliability assessment strategies for
railway bridges subjected to high-speed trains
Nov. 11

S. Geyer (ERA)
M. Stupp (TUM)

Analytical Bayesian update of Gaussian random fields - theory and
application to material properties
Nov. 18 Hugo Rosero
Selection of representative hazard scenarios for engineering systems
Nov. 25 Nina Korshunova
Influence of the microstructural variability on the mechanical behavior
of additive manufacturing products
Dec. 2

Fabian Wagner

Ensemble Kalman Filter for Rare Event Estimation
Dec. 9 Wanchang Zhang
Estimating filtering distributions via a cross entropy based importance
sampling scheme
Dec. 16 Mara Ruf
Development of a stochastic model for the estimation of expected
damage due to dike failure
Jan. 20

Marco Kryda

Associating sensor data and ground truth labels: An essential step towards validating perception sensors in automated driving vehicles
Feb. 3 Dr. Ji-Eun Byun
Matrix-based Bayesian network for probabilistic modelling of large-scale systems
Feb. 10 Jianpeng Chan
Improved cross entropy-based importance sampling for network reliability assessment