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Key Dates

Submit Session Proposal
By 1 Dec 2018
Submit Abstract/Paper
By 1 Mar 2019
Author & Early Bird Reg
By 1 Apr 2019


Eligibility | Sessions | General Guidelines

  1. Eligibility

    There are 2 types of sessions – General and Special

    • General Sessions: Open to all authors. See session listing below.
    • Special Sessions: By invitation only; requires session organizer’s pre-acceptance

  2. General Sessions | Special Sessions

    General Sessions
    R01 Accelerated life testing
    R02 Bayesian methods in reliability
    R03 Case studies in reliability analysis
    R04 Computational methods in reliability
    R05 Decision making in reliability
    R06 Degradation modeling and analysis
    R07 Extremes in reliability
    R08 Imperfect repair modeling
    R09 k-out-of-n systems
    R10 Lifetime data analysis
    R11 Lifetime distributions theory
    R12 Maintenance modeling and analysis
    R13 Multi-state and continuous-state system reliability
    R14 Network reliability
    R15 Online monitoring
    R16 Optimization methods in reliability
    R17 Prognostic and health management
    R18 Safety and risk assessment
    R19 Sensitivity analysis in reliability
    R20 Signatures
    R21 Software reliability and testing
    R22 Stochastic aging
    R23 Stochastic dependence in reliability
    R24 Stochastic orders in reliability
    R25 Stochastic processes in reliability
    R26 Structural reliability
    R27 Warranty modeling and analysis
    R00 Not any of the choices listed above

    Special Sessions (Incomplete, full listing after 15 Dec 2018)
    S01 Recent Advances on Reliability Inference and Tests.
    S02 MMR in Industrial Applications
    S03 General Repair Models
    S04 Resilience Evaluation and Optimization for Networked Systems
    S05 Recent Advances in Sensitivity Analysis Theory and Its Applications in Engineering
    S06 Data Analytics in Reliability Modeling of Complex Systems
    S07 Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Reliability Improvement
    S08 Load Sharing Systems
    S09 Decision Diagrams in Reliability and Risk Analysis
    S10 Stochastic Processes for Degradation Analysis
    S11 Coherent Systems
    S12 Multi-State System Reliability
    S13 Goodness-of-fit Testing in Reliability
    S14 Sensitivity analysis in reliability
    S15 Lifetime Data Analysis
    S16 Markov and Semi-Markov Models in Reliability Applications
    S17 Modeling and Analysis of Multivariate Degradation Data
    S18 Analysis of Censored and Incomplete Reliability Data
    S19 Statistical Models and Methods for Reliability Analysis
    S20 Stochastic Process-based Degradation Modeling and Inference
    S21 Mathematical Analysis of Multistate Systems
    S22 Predictive Maintenance
    S23 Modeling Lifetime of Batteries
    S24 Degradation modeling and analysis
    S25 Reliability Evaluation and Maintenance Optimization for Complex Systems
    S26 Bayesian Methods for Reliability
    S27 Hybrid Methods/Models for Prognostics and Health Management
    S28 Warranty Management
    S29 Performance Oriented Reliability Testing and System Monitoring
    S30 Modeling and Inference in Reliability
    S31 Semi- and Nonparametric Methods in Reliability and Lifetime Analysis
    S32 Software Testing: Reliability and Optimization
    S33 Maintenance of Multi-component Systems
    S34 Extreme Value Models
    S35 Reliability of Energy Systems
    S36 Belief Reliability Theory
    S37 Reliability Modeling in Offshore and Marine Engineering
    S38 Multistate Network Reliability for Modern Network in Real-life Application

  3. General Guidelines
  4. Submission Opens: 15 Dec 2018 Submission Deadline: 01 Mar 2019

    3.1 How to Submit Abstract/Paper
    1. Sign up for a user account here:
    2. Click the “My Submission” under author options on the left menu, and follow the on-screen instructions.
    3. All speakers have to submit an abstract for the conference booklet. The abstract must be written in English of 150 to 200 words. No figures, photos or illustrations are allowed in the abstract. The inclusion of trade names/brand names is not allowed in the abstract.
    4. If submitting a paper, its length should be 3-8 pages. Paper can be created using Latex or Microsoft Word. Please submit the paper in PDF Format.
    5. Choose at least ONE primary session and ONE secondary session for your paper at the time of submission (not applicable to Special Sessions). The sessions must be related to your paper. This information will be used by the committee for assigning appropriate reviewers and scheduling the sessions.
    6. After submission, you may make as many changes as you wish but must be before the submission deadline.
    7. By submitting the abstract/paper, you are granting MMR2019 to publish and disseminate it electronically.
    8. Only submissions made via the online process will be considered. You will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours of your submission. If not, please email secretariat to

    3.2 Sessions: General | Special

    3.3 Review and Acceptance
    1. All papers will be peer reviewed.
    2. English shall be the official language throughout the meeting.
    3. Acceptance is on condition that at least one author will register and present the paper at the conference. MMR2019 reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from proceedings) if the paper is not presented at the conference.