Hugo Rosero, M.Sc.

Room: N3624

Phone: +49 89 289 25406

E-Mail: hugo.rosero@tum.de

Office hours: by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

  • 01.2018 - Present | PhD student at the Engineering Risk Analysis Group, TU-Munich, Germany.
  • 10.2015 - 01.2018 | M.Sc. Computational Mechanics, TU-Munich, Germany.
  • 01.2014 - 09.2015 | Civil Engineer, INGETEC S.A., Bogotá, Colombia.
  • 01.2010 - 03.2014 | B.Sc. Civil engineer (Cum Laude), U. de los Andes, Colombia.
  • 01.2009 - 03.2013 | B.Sc. Mathematics, U. de los Andes, Colombia.

Research

  • Risk assessment of lifeline systems.
  • Fractional Differential Operators theory and applications in stochastic modelling.

Teaching

  • SS 2019 | Teaching assistant, TU-Munich, Germany. Course: Risk Assessment
  • WS 2018/19 | Teaching assistant, TU-Munich, Germany. Course: Risk Analysis
  • SS 2018 | Teaching assistant, TU-Munich, Germany. Course: Reliability of Systems
  • WS 2016/17 | Teaching assistant, TU-Munich, Germany. Course: Computational Linear Algebra
  • 07.2013-12.2013 | Teaching assistant, U. de los Andes, Bogotá D.C., Colombia. Course: Numerical Methods Applied to Civil Engineering
  • 07.2012-12.2012 | Teaching assistant, U. de los Andes, Bogotá D.C., Colombia. Course: Mathematical Statistics
  • 01.2012-06.2012 | Teaching assistant, U. de los Andes, Bogotá D.C., Colombia. Course: Multivariable Calculus Applied to Economics
  • 07.2011-12.2011 | Teaching assistant, U. de los Andes, Bogotá D.C., Colombia. Course: Integral Calculus and Differential Equations
  • 01.2010-12.2010 | Teaching assistant, U. de los Andes, Bogotá D.C., Colombia. Course: Algorithms and Object-oriented Programming

Supervised theses/projects

  • Master's thesis: Rodrigo Arca-Zimmermann (2018) - Development and Validation of an Algorithm for Network Reliability using Minimum Path Sets and Super-Components
  • Master's thesis: Jaime Vigil (2018) - Identification of Flood Loss Event Scenarios for Monitoring Accumulations in Property Insurance; jointly with Allianz SE
  • Master's thesis: Amelie Hoffmann (2018) - Propagation of Multi-hazard Damages in Interdependent Lifeline Systems in the Valparaíso Region, Chile

Publications

  • Rosero-Velásquez, H. and D. Straub (2019). Selecting representative scenarios for contingency analysis of infrastructure systems with dependent component failures. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering (ICASP13). Seoul, South Korea.
  • Hugo Rosero‐Velásquez, Giulio Cottone, Natalia Colinas-Armijo (2018). Statistical Methods for Parameter Identification of Temperature Dependent Viscoelastic Models. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 89th GAMM Annual Meeting. Munich, Germany