Dear all delegates of MMR Conference Series,
The next MMR Conference is to be held at Grenoble, France. The organizing committee of MMR 2017, Grenoble, has opened their nice website at http://mmr2017.imag.fr. Please visit the official website for MMR 2017 Grenoble for the newer and updated information.
Since the domain MMR2015.org will expire on 2016.07.23, all the contents of the website forMMR 2015 Tokyo has been moved to a new URL, http://crayon.inf.uec.ac.jp/mmr2015/. Please update your bookmark.
Thank you for your cooperation and we hope we will meet all of you in Grenoble.
MMR 2015 Office
We had about 200 delegates at MMR 2015 Tokyo. We would like to thank all the delegates for making this MMR success. See you at the next MMR conference!
Kazuyuki Suzuki, and all members of the executive committee of MMR 2015 Tokyo. (At the closing ceremony)
It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend and contribute to the 9th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability (MMR2015) which will take place in Tokyo, Japan, on June 1-4, 2015, organised by Reliability Engineering Association of Japan (REAJ), and hosted by University of Electro-Communications, REAJ, the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, and University of Tsukuba.
The MMR conferences serve as a forum for discussing fundamental issues on mathematical methods in reliability theory and its applications. It is a forum that brings together reliability engineers in various fields, quality and safety experts, statisticians and data scientists, from within a central focus on reliability. As a major international forum on reliability, it attracts increasing number of researchers from many different countries, including USA, Canada, South Africa, Japan, Norway, Sweden, France, Iran, Italy, Poland, UK, Russia, South Korea, Lithuania, Austria, and other countries from all continents of the world.
The ninth conference will be held at Tokyo Campus of University of Tsukuba, which is located in the center of Tokyo. Tokyo enjoys a long history of prosperity as Japan’s capital since 1603, when Ieyasu Tokugawa established his shogunate and named the city Edo. Today, with a population of about 13 million, it has grown into the largest of the 47 prefectures of Japan and indeed one of the greatest metropolises in the world. Tokyo is the center of various activities in Japan including politics, economy, and culture.
The theme of MMR2015 is “Advances in Reliability Theory and Engineering in Big Data Era.” It aims at enhancing international exchanges, at promoting advances in reliability theory and reliability engineering, and at organizing an international forum on emerging issues in reliability engineering and their applications. We sincerely hope that you will join us and share a fruitful moment in this unique environment.
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