Extended abstract submission date RMMR 2024

Share This Post

The Abstract Submission Deadline for RMMR 2024 is extended from April 5, 2024 to April 15, 2024.


We invite you to submit abstracts for the presentations at the 4th Annual Reliability, Maintenance & Managing Risk Conference (RMMR 2024) to be held on July 25-26, 2024 (with pre-conference courses to be offered on July 24), in Pittsburgh, PA. RMMR 2024 is sponsored by the American Society for Quality (ASQ), Reliability and Risk Division (RRD). It is a forum for the quality and reliability practitioners, asset and risk managers, statisticians, and academic researchers to come together to share and learn from each other. The goal of this conference is to discuss and disseminate practical tools and methods for reliability improvement and risk reduction in industry, service, military, government, and non-profit sectors. Topics include but are not limited to the following:

• Reliability Modeling
• Lifetime Analysis
• Accelerated Testing
• Reliability Growth
• Repairable Systems Analysis
• Root Cause Analysis
• Software Reliability
• Hazard, Risk, and Resilience Analysis

• Product Planning for Quality and Reliability
• Prognostics and Health Management
• Maintenance Models and Methodologies
• System Reliability Modeling and Analysis
• Risk Modeling and Asset Management
• ML and AI for Reliability and Safety
• Big Data and IoT Applications
• Experimental Designs for Reliability Data

If you are interested in presenting an applied or expository paper or case study in any of these topics, please submit an abstract online or email it to the program chair listed below. Please follow the suggested abstract format and indicate the expected competence level of your presentation. The program committee welcomes any suggestions for special session topics or speakers. For any suggestion, please contact the conference chair or the program chair. 

email RMMR_GC(at)asqrrd.org


More To Explore


2023 ASQ PEP Award:  Bronze award recognition

We are pleased to announce that the Reliability and Risk Division has received the Bronze award recognition for 2023. As you know, the PEP award program was created to recognize Member Units for excellent performance that reinforces ASQ’s thought leadership position and expands ASQ offerings to members and customers.   Measures included in the 2023 award program


WCQI 2024 – ASQ Shainin Medal: Daniel C. Conrad

This May in San Diego, CA at the ASQ’s World Conference on Quality & Improvement (WCQI)   Daniel C. Conrad received the Shainin Medal.   The Shainin Medal recognizes innovation. It is awarded for the development of unique creative approaches applied to the improvement of quality or reliability. Criteria for nomination and selection will be based

Scroll to Top