John Quigley

Prof

  • United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

19952020
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Engineering & Materials Science

Risk management
Supply chains
Bayesian networks
Aerospace industry
Managers
Product development
Structural health monitoring
Risk analysis
Product design
Supply chain management
Testing
Costs
Systems analysis
Method of moments
Risk assessment
Statistical methods
Data structures
Data envelopment analysis
Monitoring
Availability
Maximum likelihood
Technical presentations
Cost benefit analysis
Environmental testing
Industry
Reliability analysis
Homogenization method
Fences
Software reliability
Frequency estimation
Probability distributions
Knowledge engineering
Accidents
Maintainability
Network management
Merging
Specifications
Regression analysis
Parameter estimation
Disasters
Systems engineering
Failure modes
Power generation
Amplification
Life cycle
Identification (control systems)
Power plants
Screening
Ships
Coal

Mathematics

Reliability Growth
Elicitation
Expert Judgment
Empirical Bayes
Value of Information
Supply Chain
Prior distribution
Modeling
Engineering
Moment Method
Rare Events
Health Monitoring
Growth Model
Bayesian Belief Networks
Homogenization
System Design
Utility Function
Model
Prioritization
Estimate
Uncertainty
Engineering Design
Influence Diagrams
Expected Utility
Empirical Bayes Method
Shapley Value
Decision Analysis
Bayes
New Product Development
Monitoring System
Frequency Estimation
Intensity Function
Prediction Interval
Design Process
Risk Aversion
Costs
Quality Improvement
Risk Measures
Systems Engineering
Target
Emulation
Risk Analysis
Methodology
Small Sample Size
Power Plant
Product Design
Optimal Allocation
Risk Management
Process Modeling
System Development

Business & Economics

Modeling
Risk management
Supply chain risk
Uncertainty
Methodology
Expert judgment
Inference
Suppliers
Bayesian belief networks
Interdependencies
Testing
Probability distribution
Government
Stakeholders
Risk mitigation
New product development