Center for Risk and Reliability
Center for Risk & Reliability
Founded in 1985, the Center for Risk and Reliability's mission is to develop, improve and disseminate data, techniques and tools for risk, reliability and safety of complex socio-technical engineering systems.
graduates from our Ph.D., M.S., and M. Eng programs since 1991.
The Center for Risk and Reliability (CRR) is the umbrella organization for many of the risk and reliability research and development activities at the University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering. Over 20 faculty from various engineering departments of Clark School of Engineering conduct all or part of their research as under CRR umbrella and as directors or co-directors of the center’s numerous research laboratories.
Laboratories conducting cutting-edge research within the Center for Risk and Reliability.
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in funds raised for the Roush Fellowhship.
CRR is the research arm of the Reliability Engineering educational program, the largest and most comprehensive degree granting graduate program in the field of reliability and risk analysis of engineered systems and processes, offering MS, PhD, M. Eng., and Graduate Certificate in Reliability Engineering and Risk Analysis.
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Assessing Nuclear Risk: CEE, ME Faculty Collaborate on New Tools
Research aims to explore updates to risk assessment tools and methods used by the nuclear industry.