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Rasa Remenyte-Prescott

Associate Professor in Risk and Reliability Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

Dr Rasa Remenyte-Prescott is an Associate Professor in Risk and Reliability Engineering at the University of Nottingham. Rasa gained BSc and MSc degrees with distinction in applied mathematics from Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania. Following this Rasa undertook her Doctorate research at Loughborough University on systems reliability modelling of non-coherent systems using the Binary Decision Diagram technique. This work led Rasa to develop fast and accurate reliability assessment techniques for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on an industry-led collaborative project in a postdoctoral research fellow role.

Rasa became an Assistant Professor in 2010 at the University of Nottingham where she co-developed a new MSc Programme in Risk and Reliability methods by Distance Learning aimed at industry professionals. She was promoted to the Associate Professor in 2019.

Rasa is a member of the Resilience Engineering research group.

We are looking for PhD candidates in the following areas:

https://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/ENG1518

https://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/ENG1537

https://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/ENG1536

Teaching Summary

I teach in the Civil Engineering Department:

CIVE3025 - a Level 3 module in Engineering Risk Assessment

CIVE4019 - a Level 4 module in Infrastructure Asset Management

CIVE3015 - a BEng Project module

CIVE4021 - an MEng Group Design Project module

Research Summary

Rasa's current research interests involve developing novel reliability modelling techniques for healthcare safety and efficiency evaluation. Additional areas of interest involve risk and reliability… read more

Selected Publications

Current Research

Rasa's current research interests involve developing novel reliability modelling techniques for healthcare safety and efficiency evaluation. Additional areas of interest involve risk and reliability assessment methods, asset management approaches and fault diagnostics techniques in a range of industrial sectors, including railways, aerospace, highways and energy sector. We are currently looking for prospective students and researchers in these areas.

Faculty of Engineering

The University of Nottingham
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