Dr. Katrina Groth presented at multiple seminars in Nov. and Dec.
Dr. Katrina Groth presented at multiple seminars across November and December 2019.
First, Dr. Groth spoke at the Nuclear Engineering Colloquium at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville on November 12. The Nuclear Engineering colloquia is a weekly opportunity for students, faculty, and guests of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville to broaden their perspectives and challenge their thinking. Dr. Groth spoke on "PACES: A framework for risk analysis and PHM for complex engineering systems."
On November 21, Dr. Groth spoke at the US NRC Office of Research's Dynamic PRA Panel, which spoke on research into advancing the state of the art for risk analysis for complex engineering systems. Panelists joined from UMD, Idaho National Laboratory, Kairos Power, Sandia National Laboratory, and NC State University to inform the US NRC about advances in PRA research.
In December, Dr. Groth will be presenting at the Society for Risk Analysis' annual conference in Arlington, VA. She will be speaking on "A framework for risk analysis and prognostics and health monitoring for complex engineering systems.
Published December 9, 2019