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Antoine GRALL

Full professor - Deputy director of doctoral school "science for engineers''

Contact details

Phone
0325715679
Office
G209
Email
antoine.grall@utt.fr

Teaching:

Mathematics, reliability theory and maintenance modeling

  • Linear algebra mathematics - undergraduate. 

  • Mathematics for engineers (optimization, least square problems, linear systems, convolution, Laplace transform) - Engineering degree/undergraduate

  • Systems reliability theory  - Engineering degree/graduate

  • Models for reliability and maintenance - Master degree/graduate

  • Maintenance modeling for deteriorating systems - PhD level

( RAMS specialization: a specificity of the major in Industrial Engineering at UTT)

Research :

Reference topic : «Dependability» - Stochastic modeling for reliability and maintenance .

Competence and interests

  • Maintenance modeling: condition-based and predictive maintenance (dynamic on-line decision rules, assessment and optimisation, lifetime pronostic)

  • Stochastic dégradation modeling of systems and structures : wear, gradual deterioration, stochastic processes. 

  • Reliability  of complex systems: Probabilistic Safety Assessment, Common Cause Failures modeling.

Keywords :maintenance, reliability, dependability, on-line monitoring, prognosis, stochastic modeling framework. 

Topics:

  • Adaptive condition-based and predictive maintenance policies
  • Reliability assessment of autonomous vehicles
  • Predictive  maintenance of wind turbine pitch control system
  • Maintenance of deteriorating control systems
  • Maintenance of a fleet of items
  • Maintenance of production systems (Factory of the Future)

Main Academic duties:

2017 - : Deputy director of the doctoral school "Science for Engineers"

2006 - : Head of the "Reliability and Maintenance" Research group of LM2S

2006 - 2016: Head of ROSAS department (Operation Research, Applied Statistics, Simulation)

2003 - 2011: Responsible of the specialization "Operational safety, Risks and Environment" (RAMS) for engineers in Industrial Engineering