ENRE Student, Austin Lewis, presents at ESREL
Austin Lewis attended the 29th European Safety and Reliability (ESREL) Conference in Hannover, Germany from September 22-26, 2019. While there, he presented his own work ("A Review of Methods for Discretizing Continuous-Time Accident Sequences") as well as another submission from the lab ("Methods for Dependency between Human Failure Events in Human Reliability Analysis: An Overview of the State-of-the-Art"). His paper was one of twenty student submissions selected out of 202 to compete in the Best Student Paper Competition. Both submissions can be found in the conference proceedings: http://itekcmsonline.com/rps2prod/esrel2019/e-proceedings/index.html
Austin is a doctoral student in Dr. Katrina Groth's SyRRA Lab. His research focuses on designing models of complex systems to efficiently and effectively provide diagnostic and prognostic capabilities.
Published October 9, 2019