APARM 2010
Victoria University of Wellington

4th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Advanced Reliability and Maintenance Modeling (APARM 2010), 2-4 December 2010

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See the Special Issues web page for further information.

Objective of Workshop

aparm-image1.jpg The 4th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Advanced Reliability and Maintenance Modeling (APARM 2010) is a symposium for the dissemination of state-of-the-art research and its practice in the reliability engineering, maintenance and related issues in the Asia-Pacific region.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers, scientists and practitioners from Asia-Pacific countries to discuss the state of research and practice in reliability and maintainability. We will identify important and challenging problems and issues in the area of reliability and maintainability and work together to discover possible solutions for these problems. In particular, the theme of the APARM 2010, to be held in Wellington, New Zealand, 2-4 December 2010 is "Beyond the Traditional Reliability and Maintainability Approaches".

The workshop will cover all the key topics in reliability, maintainability, and safety engineering. It will provide an in-depth representation of theory and practice in these areas.

The official language of the symposium is English.

led-box-red UPDATED Please download a copy of the Information for Participants (pdf) (1 December version).

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  • For the Best Paper AWARD
    • First Place (US$400) - Simon Anastasiadis, Richard Arnold, Stefanka Chukova, Yu Hayakawa
    • Second Place (US$300) - Xufeng Zhao, Toshio Nakagawa and Kazunori Iwata
    • Third Place (US$200) - Tadashi Dohi, Hihoyuki Okamura and Shunji Osaki

  • For the Best Student Paper AWARD
    • First Place (US$300) - Yujuan Xie
    • Second Equal Place (US$150) - Tomonori Komuro
    • Second Equal Place (US$150) - Taijiro Yoneda

  • For the Best Presentation AWARD
    • First Place (US$150) - Megumi Uchino
    • Second Place (US$100) - Ki Mun Jung
    • Third Place (US$50) - Xiang Li

Contact Address:

Dr. Stefanka Chukova
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
Phone: +644 463 6786
FAX: +644 463 5045
E-mail: schukova@msor.vuw.ac.nz
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