[ Location ]

Conference Venue.

Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool.

The 8th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing (REC2018) is hosted by the Institute for Risk and Uncertainty of the University of Liverpool (UoL). The UoL was established in 1881 and it is constituted by three main faculties, Science and Engineering, Health and Life Sciences, and Humanities and Social Sciences. The university has a confirmed reputation for outstanding research in areas like computer science, general engineering, chemistry, architecture, clinical medicine, among others.The Institute for Risk and Uncertainty is the only centre in the UK connecting a broad variety of disciplines from science and engineering to health as well as life sciences and humanities. Together, researchers working in these disciplines conform the mind power to explore the issues and solutions of risk and resilience associated to topics like climate analysis, reliability engineering, software reliability, financial modelling, to mention a few. The friendliness of the city is represented in its university, which ensures an enriching experience in a relaxed atmosphere.


Liverpool is a lively city with an important heritage in sports, architecture and music. It is located in North West England and has more than 470,000 inhabitants. Liverpool is one of the most decorated footballing cities England, home to Liverpool F.C. and Everton F.C. who together have won 27 titles in the Premier League. This city has been an important centre for industry and later innovation, positioning it as one of the most rapidly growing economies in the UK.

Liverpool has an accumulation of 250 open landmarks with one of the biggest varieties of architectural styles, combining modern architecture and 16th century Tudor buildings. For this reason, the city has become the second most filmed city in the UK outside London. The city, also known as the “World Capital City of Pop,” has an important musical trajectory, being the birthplace of many famous musicians and bands like Billy Fury, Frankie Vaughan and of course The Beatles. One can visit the Cavern Club to listen to live bands playing covers of the ‘fab four’, or The Beatles museum to learn more historical facts. Furthermore, among the galleries in the city there is the Tate Liverpool, hosting major international exhibitions of modern art, and the Museum of Liverpool, which is a must-visit museum, since it is the UK’s first gallery dedicated to the historical backdrop of a city.