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Current Challenges and Future Solutions for Systems Safety Analysis
This talk describes the research carried out on the Lloyd’s Register Foundation funded project NxGen (Next Generation Prediction Methodologies and Tools for System Safety Analysis) to tackle the issues of current modelling capabilities for complex system safety analysis. The research presented is investigating novel theoretical and computational strategies for overcoming the limitations of common risk assessment methodologies. An overview will be provided of the modelling framework under development, discussing its capabilities, current research challenges and future potential applications.
Dr Silvia Tolo gained an M.Sc. in Energy and Nuclear Engineering from the University of Bologna, and subsequently collaborated with the Institute for Risk and Uncertainty at the University of Liverpool, where she was awarded a Ph.D. She is currently undertaking research within The Resilience Engineering Research Group at the University of Nottingham on the development of theoretical and computational tools for the efficient modelling of complex systems.