Speaker: Mohamed Hibti PhD EDF France
Topic: Development of New PSA Tools
Working with complex PSA models requires a number of organisational and technical skills to ensure a certain level of quality and to optimize the development times of such models. Advanced PSA tools can contribute to these goals and help the user familiarise themselves with their models and gain a better understanding of their different segments.
This presentation will detail two new tools:
Model Cartography: This will give a deeper understanding of the PSA models, allowing the user to optimize computation specifications and have a clear idea of the computational complexity of the models.
Version Control Feature: This works alongside the cartography to develop PSA models and share knowledge between PSA teams using the latest version control tools.
Mohamed Hibti has a Doctorate in Mathematics and Applications from the University of Franche-Comté. Following graduation, Mohamed worked as a research engineer on combinatorial problems at Inovia. In 2001, he joined EDF R&D MRI to work on PSAs and is a member of the PSA methodology and software support team. His main research areas include computer codes for system and maintenance modelling (static and dynamic), Model Engineering, External Hazards, documentation aspects for a living PSA and network analysis for probabilistic safety assessment.
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