Welcome to the webpage of the Chair for Reliability Engineering! The Chair was founded in February 2022 and is headed by Prof. Dr. Matthias Faes.
The research at the chair revolves in essence around the question "How can we design structures and components that are safe, reliable and economic, even when we don't have all required information to do so". To tackle this question, developments are made in the fields of structural reliability, uncertainty quantification, risk analysis and machine learning under scarce data. Take a look at our research portfolio to have an idea of our ongoing work.
The Chair for Reliability Engineering collaborates with partners all over the globe in the framework of joint project proposals, research exchanges, joint research work and publications and the organization of special issues and minisymposia.
Chair for Reliability Engineering's Contributions to ICASP14
CRE attended 14th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering (ICASP14)
Prof. Faes wins "2023 EASD Junior Research Prize in the area of Development of Methodologies for Structural Dynamics"
Prof. Matthias Faes was awarded the 2023 EASD Junior Research Prize in the area of Development of Methodologies for Structural Dynamics by the EASD.
CRE Presents novel developments at UNCECOMP 2023
CRE presents 8 conference papers at 5th International Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Science and Engineering UNCECOMP 2023
Dr. Nicolas Carreño visits CRE
Sustainability Evaluation of Road Construction Materials and Projects