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 +== Projects ==
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 +  * Principal Investigator of the regional project (Région Hauts de France)  ODISYM : "Optimization of Availability of multi-state systems under uncertainty", 2016-2019.
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 +  * Member of the SURF project : "Security and safety in the factory of the future", PEPS-CNRS, 2016.
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 +  * Principal Investigator of ANR JCJC (Young researcher program) Récif project : "Belief networks for quantitative evaluation of dependability parameters of railway systems", French National Research Agency (ANR), 2013-2017.
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 +  * Member of the PERFECT project: "Performing Enhanced Rail Formal Engineering Constraints Traceability", French National Research Agency (ANR), ANR-TDM, 2013-2016.
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 +  * Member of the VEGAS project : "Virtual lab based on co-simulation to include impairments of wireless telecommunication such as GSM-R in the evaluation of ERTMS components", French National Research Agency (ANR), ANR-TDM, 2013-2016.
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 +  * Member of the Labex MS2T project : "Control of Technological Systems-of-Systems", 2011-2021.
  
 == Research areas == == Research areas ==
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 - Subeer Rangra, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön, Frédéric Vanderhaegen, "On the Study of Human Reliability in Transportation Systems of Systems", 10th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE), USA, 2015. {{sose2015_version_final_rc-7.pdf |pdf}}.  - Subeer Rangra, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön, Frédéric Vanderhaegen, "On the Study of Human Reliability in Transportation Systems of Systems", 10th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE), USA, 2015. {{sose2015_version_final_rc-7.pdf |pdf}}. 
  
-  * ** Reliability studies using random set theory:**+  * ** Estimation of imprecise reliability of systems using random sets and Monte-Carlo resampling procedures (components with rare failure events):**
  
 - Yunhui Hou, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön, "Reliability analysis of multi-state systems using random set theory", European Safety and Reliability Conference ESREL, Switzerland, 2015.  - Yunhui Hou, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön, "Reliability analysis of multi-state systems using random set theory", European Safety and Reliability Conference ESREL, Switzerland, 2015. 

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