The 69th Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium

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What You Can Look Forward to at RAMS 2023:

 The RAMS Program Committee has lined up an outstanding program for you that will feature:

— 32 paper sessions from industry professionals, leading researchers, and students;

 — 4 panel sessions featuring industry and government leaders;

— 22 tutorials supporting in-depth learning. 

RAMS 2023 offers a unique combination of learning objectives, special topics, and networking! Join us in beautiful Orlando, Florida at the Florida Hotel & Conference Center in January.

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5 Reasons to Attend RAMS:

  1. EXCHANGE the latest R&M knowledge and ideas
  2. NETWORK with subject matter experts from all around the world
  3. LEARN new skills and expand your knowledge
  4. GAIN VALUE that can be applied to improve the reliability and maintainability of systems and products through effective management of emerging challenges and risks

SPECIAL TRACK dedicated to the ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer Body of Knowledge

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Extended abstract submission date RMMR 2024

The Abstract Submission Deadline for RMMR 2024 is extended from April 5, 2024 to April 15, 2024. https://asqrrd.org/rmmr_conference/ 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),

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Keynote Speaker RMMR 2024 announced

Keynote speaker: Alexander J. Porter Alexander (Alex) J. Porter is the Global Director of Engineering at Intertek, and has been with the company since 1992. Over the course of his employment at Intertek Alex has held positions in materials testing, finite element analysis, sales, engineering development, Chief Engineer and now Global Director of Engineering. Alex

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