Anne Barros, Ph.D., is Professor of Industrial Engineering at CentraleSupélec, Paris Saclay University. Her teaching activities correspond to a normal statutory load of university professor on the three establishments, in the fields of applied mathematics, operational safety and industrial systems modeling at the undergraduate, master and doctorate levels.
Her research activities cover the fields of reliability and maintenance optimization, using stochastic, statistical and Monte-Carlo simulation approaches. She has so far co-supervised 19 PhD students of which 13 have defended their thesis. She has participated in one European project (Maintenance on Demand), two ANR projects, and two Norwegian research projects (Subsea Oil and Gas production). She is a member of the European Dependability community (ESRA), reviewer for the main journals of the community (EJOR, RESS, JRR, IEEE Transactions on Reliability), and member of the scientific committee for most of the editions of the European Dependability Conference ESREL.
She is currently leading the at CentraleSupélec. Her team is developing research activities for safety and risk analysis of complex engineered systems. Our models are mainly based on stochastic processes and data driven approaches with a strong focus on optimization and uncertainties quantification for decision making in design and operation. We are strongly connected to several industry partners with the chair Risk and Resilience of Complex System (LINK). This chair is supported by EDF, SNCF, Orange and Paris Airport. This is an arena to define study cases, share knowledge data and experiences, develop methods, implement benchmark and prototypes of tools. This chair is taking over the previous chair on Systems sciences and Energy Challenges supported by EDF.