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dr. M. Rajabali Nejad (Mohammad)

Assistant Professor

About Me

I obtained a master degree on safety of civil infrastructures in 2001. After the graduation, I worked in several national projects in design, system control and later on inspection for about 6 years. In 2006, I started my research on the use of prior information for reliability of infrastructures and accomplished a PhD from TUDelft in 3 years. I continued with this research during my postdoc at Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada and conducted studies on European and American pilot sites. Then I started as an assistant professor in TUDelft focusing on the use of information to manage uncertainties in the course of product design. Moving to UTwente, my research attained focus on infrastructures and their engineering. I am serving two journals as associate editor, and I have organized or chaired special sessions in different conferences. As educator I am interested in design of smart products, system design, engineering and safety. I am also a member of the standardization committee for Safety of Machinery (NEC 44).

Expertise

Gears
Simulation
Communication
System Of Systems
Safety
Monte Carlo Methods
Safety
Geometry

Publications

Recent Articles
Rajabalinejad, M. (2018). Incorporation of Safety into Design Process: A Systems Engineering Perspective. 1366-1368. Paper presented at 20th International Conference on Safety and Systems Engineering, ICSSE 2018, Paris, France.
Rajabalinejad, M. (2017). Naive Fault Tree: formulation of the approach. Paper presented at 35th International System Safety Conference, ISSC 2017, Albuquerque, United States.
Rajabalinejad, M. (2016). An architecture model for communication of safety in public transportation. In I. Horváth, J-P. Pernot, & Z. Rusák (Eds.), Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering: Proceedings of TMCE 2016, May 9-13, 2016, Aix-en-Provence, France (pp. 257-264). Technical University Delft (TUD).
Rajabali Nejad, M. (2016). Modelling and Prioritization of System Risks in Early Project Phases. International journal on advances in telecommunications, 9(3&4), 68-76.
Rajabali Nejad, M. (2016). Naive fault trees. Paper presented at 1st International Cross-Industry Safety Conference (ICSC), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Rajabali Nejad, M. (2016). Coping with System Hazards in Early Project Life Cycle: Identification and Prioritization. In PESARO 2016 : The Sixth International Conference on Performance, Safety and Robustness in Complex Systems and Applications (pp. -). Lisbon: IARIA.
Rajabali Nejad, M., & Bonnema, G. M. (2016). AMDesigner: An architecture modeling tool for the use in multi-disciplinary design projects. In L. Walls, M. Revie, & T. Bedford (Eds.), Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016 (pp. 2391-2395). Glasgow, Scotland: CRC Press.
Schuitemaker, K., Braakhuis, J. G., & Rajabali Nejad, M. (2015). A model based safety architecture framwork for Dutch high speed train lines. In Proceedings 10th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSe) (pp. -). San Antonio, USA.
Rajabali Nejad, M., Bonnema, G. M., & van Houten, F. J. A. M. (2015). An integral safety approach for design of high risk products and systems. In L. Podofilini, B. Sudret, B. Stojadinovic, E. Zio, & W. Kroger (Eds.), Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems ESREL 2015 (pp. 3953-3959). Switserland: CRC Press.
Schuitemaker, K., Braakhuis, J. G., & Rajabali Nejad, M. (2015). A model based safety architecture framework for Dutch high speed train lines. In Unknown (pp. -). San Antonio, TX.
Bradley, J., Efatmaneshnik, M., & Rajabali Nejad, M. (2015). Toward a theory of complexity escalation and collapse for system of systems. In Unknown (pp. -). San Antonio, TX.
Rajabalinejad, M., Bonnema, G. M., & van Houten, F. J. A. M. (2015). An integral safety approach for design of high risk products and systems. In L. Podofilini, B. Sudret, B. Stojadinovic, E. Zio, & W. Kröger (Eds.), Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems: ESREL 2015 (pp. 3953-3959). CRC Press. DOI: 10.1201/b19094-518

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Horst - Ring (building no. 21), room W 250
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The Netherlands

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