Congratulations to the ENRE Spring 2020 Graduates!

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Photo Credit: John T. Consoli/University of Maryland

The Center for Risk & Reliability is proud to announce that multiple students have graduated during the Spring 2020 semester. Although graduation did not look the way any of our graduates imagined when they began their studies, CRR is immensely proud of the resiliency and hard work our graduates have displayed.

The commencement ceremony for the A. James Clark School of Engineering was held on May 22, 2020, in a virtual setting.

The following students graduated this semester:

Doctor of Philosophy

  • Amin Aria, Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Cost-effective Prognostics and Health Monitoring of Locally Damaged Pipelines with High Confidence Level

  • Greg Lancaster, Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Modeling and Simulation of Novel Medical Response Systems for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

  • Christa Pettie, Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Modeling Syndromic Surveillance and Outbreaks in Subpopulations

  • David Verstraete, Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Deep Adversarial Approaches in Reliability

Masters of Science in Reliability Engineering

  • Sarah Lyons
  • Ramin Moradi

Masters of Library and Information Science

  • Amber Pierdinock

Amber is the Graduate Assistant for the Center for Risk and Reliability. One of her major projects in the position included redesigning and maintaining the new Center for Risk and Reliability website.

Congratulations once again to our graduates! We are so proud of you and all that you will accomplish!

Published May 26, 2020