APARM 2010
Victoria University of Wellington

Second Call for Papers


Submissions are now closed and the review process has started. The website is open only for resubmissions. All accepted, revised, camera ready papers formatted according to the style files (up to 8 pages for contributed papers, 12 pages for keynote papers) should be resubmitted by 25 August.

You are invited to participate in the 4th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Advanced Reliability and Maintenance Modeling (APARM 2010) in Wellington, New Zealand, 2-4 December 2010. For the (updated) pdf version of the second Call for Papers, please click here.

Papers can be submitted here.

Sponsored by
  • Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

In cooperation with
  • Operations Research Society of New Zealand
  • Operations Research Society of Japan
  • Reliability Engineering Association of Japan
  • IEICE Technical Group on Reliability, Japan
  • IEEE Reliability Society Japan Chapter
  • The Korean Reliability Society
  • The Korean Society of Quality Management
  • INFORMS Taiwan Chapter
  • Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers, Taiwan


Submissions from both industry and academia on all topics related to reliability modeling and design techniques for all kinds of systems are welcome. The topics include, but are not limited to:

network reliability and optimization fault-tolerant computing
safety and risk assessment software reliability and testing
maintenance modeling internet reliability engineering
maintenance optimization security and survivability analysis
survival analysis Bayesian reliability
estimation and statistical tests dependability modeling
reliability physics communication systems
accelerated life testing computer systems reliability
warranty analysis manufacturing systems reliability
human reliability design for six sigma

Honorary General Co-Chairs:

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International Advisory Committee:

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Local Organizing Committee: Victoria University of Wellington

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