The risk sciences are an integration of several disciplines rooted in logic and plausible reasoning that have emerged for the purpose of quantifying and managing the risk of complex natural and engineered systems and processes.
Four “red flag” lessons to be learned from the history of automobiles and what they offer to the future of autonomous vehicles.
Professor Jonathan P. Stewart gave a theme lecture at the 11th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (NCEE) on the topic of ground motion maps.
Minh Cao, an undergraduate majoring in Electrical Engineering, was recently awarded the Vincent Ho Scholarship. Currently, Cao is an undergraduate intern at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at UCLA.
NASA has selected the team of a startup company ATanalytics and GIRS for a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase-I project titled "Assured Resilience for Autonomous Systems."
The program is offered through the UCLA Online MS program which has been ranked #1 for three consecutive years by the US News and World Report.
Professor Mosleh presented on Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA).
The topics to be presented and discussed will address the requirements, methods, challenges, and benefits of quantifying global catastrophic risks with examples.
A new series of presentations made at the International Colloquium on Catastrophic & Existential Risk sponsored by The B. John Garrick Institute for the Risk Sciences from March 27 to 29, 2017 has been uploaded.
Jonathan P. Stewart, professor and chair of the civil and environmental engineering department at University of California, Los Angeles, was chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Bruce A. Bolt Medal.