2011
North America

2011 ARS North America

Program of Presentations and Tutorials

This matrix presents the program of the presentations, tutorials and other events planned for the 2011 International Applied Reliability Symposium, North America. A print-ready brochure (*.pdf, 1357 KB) also is available.

  Tuesday - June 7th Wednesday - June 8th Thursday - June 9th
2011 Track 1 Track 2 Track 1 Track 2 Track 1 Track 2
7:00-8:00 Check-in and Registration
(coffee and pastries served)
Check-in and Registration
(coffee and pastries served)
8:00-8:30 T1-S5
Simulation of Time-Varying Throughput by Combining Availability and Solar Irradiance Models

Michael Mundt
Sandia National Laboratories

System Throughput Analysis

T2-S5
How to Achieve a 1% Return Rate

Nematollah Bidokhti
Cisco Systems

DFR

T1-S10
Applying Physical Asset Reliability Analysis Methods to Predict the Probability of Human Susceptibility to Chronic Diseases

David Sada
Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI)

DOE

T2-S10
Developing and Implementing an Effective Reliability Program Plan

Richard Coronado
Lockheed Martin Corporation

Reliability Program Plans, Defense

8:30-9:00 Welcome
(in Track 1 Room)
9:00-9:10 10 Minute Break
9:10-10:10 T1-S1
Design for Reliability, What It Is and What It Isn’t — Practical Steps for Implementation

Andre Kleyner
Delphi Corporation

DFR, Automotive

T2-S1
Achieving Reliability from Data at Cerrejón Coal

Murray Wiseman
Optimal Maintenance Decisions (OMDEC)

RCM, Asset Management

T1-S6
Effective Reliability Testing to Drive Design Improvement

Keyanna Qi
Research Products Corporation

Six Sigma, Development Testing

T2-S6
V-22 Osprey: Development to Deployment

Gregg Skinner
U.S. Marine Corps

Product Development, Defense

T1-S11
Determining Software Reliability and Readiness

Jack Olivieri
MITRE Corporation

Software Reliability, Defense

T2-S11
Reliability and Risk Analysis Ahead of the International Space Station Life Extension

Fareed Hayek
NASA

Life Data Analysis, NASA

10:10-10:30 20 Minute Break
10:30-11:30 T1-S2
USMC Ground Weapons Systems Lifecycle Reliability & Logistics Engineering Analysis

Joseph Katz
Marine Corps Systems Command

RCM, Life Cycle Mgmt

T2-S2
Reliability Prediction in Early Program Development

Robert Graber
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

Reliability Prediction, NASA

T1-S7
Accelerated VA/VE Validation Testing

Harland MacKenzie
Dana Power Technologies

ALT, Automotive

T2-S7
50 Ways to Improve Product Reliability

Mike Silverman
Ops A La Carte LLC

DFR

T1-S12
Physics of Failure: Electronics Reliability Assurance Modeling

Randy Schueller
DfR Solutions

Physics of Failure, Reliability Prediction

T2-S12
Practical Reliability Testing of Structures under Road Loadings

Julio E. Pulido
Ingersoll Rand

Reliability Testing

11:30-1:00 1 Hour 30 Minute Lunch Break
1:00-2:00 T1-S3
Integrating System Safety Analysis into the Reliability, Maintainability, and Testability Development Process

Mark Midoux
Raytheon

Reliability Testing, Defense

T2-S3
When is a Markov Analysis Required?

Vito Faraci Jr.
VFJ Consultants

Markov Analysis

T1-S8
Proving a New Refinery Design Using Reliability Throughput Modelling

Damien Willans
SSR Engineering Pty Ltd.

System Throughput Analysis, Oil and Gas

T2-S8
Knowledge Based Qualification — Know the Failures to Guarantee No Failures

Paul Ngan
NXP Semiconductors

Reliability Testing, Electronics

T1-S13
Challenges in Implementing an FMEA Program

G. Michael Smith
Linamar Corporation

FMEA, Product Development

T2-S13
Effect of Natural Frequency Shifting on Accelerated Life Vibration Testing

Mark Paulus
U.S. Navy

HALT, Defense

2:00-2:20 20 Minute Break
2:20-3:20 T1-S4
Ensuring Reliability in Lean New Product Development

John J. Paschkewitz
Watlow

Product Development

T2-S4
Reliability Growth of a Multi-Stage Single-Shot System

Jennifer L. Nicholls
United States Navy

Reliability Growth, Military

T1-S9
Fault Tree Analysis in Product Engineering

Shri Gupta
Motorola

Fault Tree Analysis, Product Development

T2-S9
Driving Product Reliability and Service Quality in the Oil Services Industry

Randolph Phillips
Baker Hughes Incorporated (BHI)

Maintenance Planning, Oil and Gas

T1-S14
FRACAS, A Key to Successful Performance Based Logistics Programs

Ken Millspaugh
Raytheon

FRACAS

T2-S14
Khurais Producing Facility Preventive Maintenance Optimization Assessment

Abdullah A. Al-Aqeel
Saudi Aramco

Maintenance Planning, Oil and Gas

3:20-3:30 10 Minute Break
3:30-5:00 T1-T1
An Introduction to Design for Reliability

Pantelis Vassiliou
ReliaSoft Corporation
T2-T1
Increase Your Reliability Presence Without Increasing Staff

Stan Stephenson
Halliburton
T1-T2
Application Lessons for Effective FMEAs

Carl S. Carlson
ReliaSoft Corporation
T2-T2
Optimization in Reliability and Maintainability Applications

Edward A. Pohl
University of Arkansas
T1-S15
 Calculating the Reliability Improvement Value of HALT

Neill Doertenbach
Qualmark Corporation

HALT

T2-S15
Dramatic COTs Design Accomplishments Traced to Innovative DFR Practice

Gene Bridgers
Mercury Computer Systems Inc.

DFR, Defense

 
5:00-5:30            
5:30-9:00 Complementary Reception
(for attendee and a guest)
Reception from 5:30 to 6:30 poolside.

 

Hosted Awards Dinner
(for attendee and a guest)
Reception from 6:00 to 7:00 on the Pavilion patio.
Dinner from 7:00 to 9:00 in the Pavilion room.

Continuing Education Credit: 1.8 CEUs and 1 CRP Credit

Archive of Past Events

Archive of Past Events