Professor Antoine Rauzy
Title: Professor of Reliability Engineering and Systems Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim
Professor Antoine B. Rauzy is currently with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway).
During his career, he moved forth and back from academia to industry, being notably senior researcher at CNRS, associate professor at Universities of Bordeaux and Marseilles, professor at Ecole Polytechnique and CentraleSupélec, CEO of the start-up ARBoost Technologies, and director of the R&D department of Systems Engineering at Dassault Systemes (largest French software editor).
Professor Rauzy got his PhD in 1989 and his habilitation à diriger des recherches (tenure) in 1996, both in computer science. He works on the reliability engineering for more than 20 years and on systems engineering for about 10 years.
He published over 200 articles in international journals and conferences. He is on the advisory boards of several international conferences and journals and is regularly invited to deliver seminars and keynote talks.
He renewed mathematical foundations and designed state-of-the-art algorithms of probabilistic safety/risk assessment. He is also the main designer of the AltaRica language and proposed state-of-the-art concepts for model-based systems engineering.
He developed safety/risk assessment software that are daily used in industry and that are acknowledged as best-in-class tools.
Professor Rauzy teaches advanced programming methods, model-based systems engineering and reliability engineering. He has been the adviser of numerous master theses, about twenty PhD theses and several post-doctoral studies.
He managed numerous collaborations between academia and industry, in Europe, in the USA and in Japan.