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Koorosh Aslansefat
Koorosh Aslansefat
Fault Tolerant Control Engineering
Perfromance Assessment

Research Interests

My Skills 

A concise list of some of the most valuable professional skills I possess. My capabilities of the research and what I can do in high-tech and cutting-edge projects.


Fault Tolerant Design

Reliability, Availability and Safety improvement through fault tolerant design is one my research interests.

English Proficiency

I have a TOEFL certificate enable me to work in international research groups and lectures in international workshops.

Alarm Management

Alarm system design by the use of filtering methods such as n-sample delay, deadband and penalty mechanism known as my skills.

Stochastic Modelling

I have a good background in stochastic system modelling via (semi)-Markov process, dynamic fault tree and petri nets.


Noting can explain my enthusiasm in cutting-edge and high-tech research works.

Performance Assessment

I am interested in evaluation of performance indices of industrial systems through stochastic modelling.
Koorosh Aslansefat

Koorosh Aslansefat

Koorosh Aslansefat has an experience in Fault Tolerance Design and Performance Assessment.

Website URL: http://www.koorosh-aslansefat.ir
  • 27 Sep

    Safety+ AI

    As a member of Dependable Intelligent Systems Laboratory at the University of Hull, I have been involved in a research project related to the combination of safety with machine learning theories. The following paper is one of our recent papers in this direction.

    Paper Title:

    Safety + AI: A Novel Approach to Update Safety Models using Artificial Intelligence


    Safety-critical systems are becoming larger and more complex to obtain a higher level of functionality. Hence, modelling and evaluation of these systems can be a difficult and error-prone task. Among existing safety models, Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is one of the well-known methods in terms of easily understandable graphical structure. This study proposes a novel approach by using Machine Learning (ML) and real-time operational data to learn about the normal behaviour of the system. Afterwards, if any abnormal situation arises with reference to the normal behaviour model, the approach tries to find the explanation of the abnormality on the fault tree and then share the knowledge with the operator. If the fault tree fails to explain the situation, a number of different recommendations, including the potential repair of the fault tree, are provided based on the nature of the situation. A decision tree is utilised for this purpose. The effectiveness of the proposed approach is shown through a hypothetical example of an Aircraft Fuel Distribution System (AFDS).
    For more details please check 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2941566.
  • 16 Jan

    IMBSA 2019


    The 6th International Symposium on Model Based Safety and Assessment (IMBSA 2019) will be held in Thessaloniki, a coastal city of Greece and designated Unesco world heritage site for its significant Roman, Byzantine and Paleochristian monuments.

    IMBSA is the key event in the field of MBSA bringing together the latest developments in model-based engineering, formal techniques, probabilistic analyses, cutting edge optimisation, and developments in artificial intelligence that address hard problems in the design of safe complex systems including software intensive and open cyber-physical systems. The symposium provides a dedicated forum, where state-of-the-art research, leading edge technology and industrial experiences are brought together. The objectives are to present experiences and tools, to share ideas, and to consolidate and grow the community.

    IMBSA solicits two types of contributions:

    Regular submissions should present significant (theoretical or practical) novel results to the model-based safety assessment community, and discuss advances with respect to the state-of-the-art. Possible contributions include, but are not limited to: research papers focusing on the theoretical foundations or implementation of model-based technology; case study papers reporting on industrial-size applications of these methods; tool papers focusing on the theoretical foundations, design, implementation and usage of model-based tools; industrial experience papers reporting on practical use of model-based methodology and technology in industry. Regular submissions can have a maximum of 15 pages in LNCS style, and they will be presented orally at the conference.
    Short submissions may report on ongoing research work, industrial applications and experiences, describe tools and their usage and/or introduce tool demonstrations. Short submissions should aim at introducing new, usable methods and tools to the model-based safety assessment community, raise new challenges and/or evaluate existing approaches on the basis of practical experiences. Short submissions can have a maximum of 2 pages in LNCS style and they will be presented either orally or as a poster/demo at the conference, at discretion of the Program Committee.

    All the authors of accepted tool papers and demonstrations, will be given the opportunity to present their tools live in an interactive session.

    Topics of Interest

    We solicit contributions concerning the design and verification of safety critical systems and applications using model-based methods. Conference topics include, but are not limited to:

    • System Dependability Modeling and Assessment
    • Domain Specific Modeling Formalisms
    • Model-Driven Engineering Methodologies
    • Specification, Traceability and Verification of Safety Requirements
    • System Architecture and Optimization
    • System Engineering Modeling Tools with Safety Assessment Capabilities
    • Certification and Standardization of and with Model-Based Methods
    • Integration in Interdisciplinary Processes
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    • Dependability of Systems with Learning Capabilities
    • Synthesis of Model-based, Bio-insprired and other AI techniques for Dependability
    • Case Studies and Practical Experiences
    The IMBSA Approach

    IMBSA is looking back at a rich tradition of successfully combining research with a high number of industrial contributions. It shows that bridging the gap between basic research and industrial practice can be done effectively through interactive presentation of tools and methods. To take this into account, the conference will – in contrast to solely scientific events – be split into three main parts:

    • A scientific part, where newest findings are presented by renown scientists
    • A tools and tutorials parts, in which consolidated research achievements are interactively demonstrated
    • One part reporting on experiences and hot challenges in industrial practice of safety critical systems

    This way, participants from the industry learn about new tools and techniques, while research groups and spin-off companies can present their achievements to an interested audience. Also industrial contributors and young spin-offs can convince future customers of their tools in this mixed environment. We believe, that this mixture of conventional talks about newest achievements, presentation of practical experiences and interactive learning allows for fruitful discussions, exchange of information as well as future cooperation.

    Submission Details

    For each contribution, an abstract should be submitted by 5 April 2019, using the EasyChair website, whereas full papers must be submitted by 3 May 2019. Regular submissions should not exceed 15 pages, whereas short submissions are limited to 2 pages. Both forms of submission have to comply with the LNCS style format. All papers will be subjected to a full review by the Program Committee. It is planned to publish regular contributions as a proceedings volume in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science. To be considered for the proceedings, at least one author of each accepted paper has to participate at the conference.

    Important Dates

    Abstract submission: 5 April 2019

    Full paper submission: 3 May 2019

    Notification of acceptance: 7 June 2019

    Camera-ready submission: 28 June 2019

    Conference: 16-18 October, 2019

    Click Here to go to the conference website.

  • 23 Apr

    A Hierarchical Approach for Dynamic Fault Trees Solution through Semi-Markov Process

    This is one of my journal papers extracted from MSc thesis. The paper addressed a novel hierarchical solution for Dynamic Fault Tree based on Semi-Markov Process.

  • 19 Apr

    Research Interests

    My research interests:

    • Dependability Evaluation and Improvement
    • Fault Tolerant Design
    • Fault Detection and Diagnosis
    • Alarm Management and its Performance Assessment
    • Optimization with Arterial Intelligence Methods
    • Stochastic Modelling (Specially Markov Modelling).
  • 20 Apr

    My Publication List


    A number of national and international articles have been published during my academic career. In the following the list of these publications are provided.

  • 20 Apr

    Dr Yazdizadeh

    He (Koorosh Aslansefat) is smart and hardworking, two important characteristic that make hime very reliable.

  • 18 Apr

    Dr Latif-Shabgahi

    He (Koorosh Aslansefat) has excellent originality, a highly reliable personality, and creative mind.

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