Research Areas
Activities
  • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) of complex systems
  • Quantitative Risk Management of complex systems
  • Occupational Risk Assessment and Management
  • Mathematical optimization / Machine learning / Deep learning
  • Natural Disasters

Systems Reliability and Industrial Safety Laboratory

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The System Reliability and Industrial Safety Laboratory (SRISL) is part of the Institute of Nuclear & Radiological Sciences & Technology, Energy & Safety (in the former Institute of Nuclear Technology – Radiation Protection) of the National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos” (NCSR “Demokritos”).

SRISL was founded in 1988, with initial objective the development of an integrated capability for the quantitative risk assessment of large nuclear and non-nuclear systems. During the last thirty years, the laboratory has contributed to the state-of-the art of system reliability, quantified risk assessment, the development of decision support systems with multiple criteria and under uncertainty and system diagnostics. Furthermore, the laboratory has developed an integrated methodology and the associated computer tools for the safety analysis and the quantification of uncertainty in installations handling hazardous materials. The lab has also expertise on the risk assessment and management of occupational risks from nanomaterials and the development of relevant in-silico tools. In addition, the lab has coordinated the development of IoT tools for energy monitoring and energy disaggregation, and has developed advanced informatics tools for equipment fault detection.

SRISL in collaboration with other European research organizations focuses its research efforts on problems addressing the support of decisions concerning the management of risk, the land use planning around dangerous sites, the evaluation of the role of the organizational and management system of a company on the safety of the installations, the assessment and management of nanomaterial risks, and the collection, and analysis of energy load signals towards predictive maintenance.

SRISL is an active member of the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA). SRISL is also coordinating the Greek Technology Platform on Industrial Safety (GTPIS), together with the University of Crete and the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).

SRISL has developed an integrated methodology for:

  • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) of complex systems
    • Methodology
      • Reliability of Systems
      • Human Reliability
      • Consequence assessment
      • Uncertainty Quantification
    • Field of application
      • Nuclear installations
      • Chemical installations
      • Offshore installations
      • Transportation systems
      • Nanomaterials
      • Road tunnels
      • Other complex systems (e.g. KM3NeT)
  • Quantitative Risk Management of complex systems
    • Emergency Response
    • Land Use Planning
    • Risk – Based Inspection
  • Occupational Risk Assessment and Management
  • Mathematical optimization / Machine learning / Deep learning for:
    • Industrial process design and optimization
    • Device health monitoring towards predictive maintenance
    • In silico tools for safe-by-design materials, including nanomaterials
  • Natural Disasters

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SRISL provides services to improve safety through prediction and assessment of the consequences of major industrial accidents. As a result of its research activity, it has developed procedures, guidel...

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«NanoInformaTIX: Development and Implementation of a Sustainable Modelling Platform for NanoInformatics» funded by EC: GA 814426, H2020-NMBP-14-2018 [2019–2023] 7.75 M€ NanoInformaTIX is a European...
«CLARION: Machine Health Assessment via Energy Monitoring» funded by «CloudiFacturing: Cloudification of Production Engineering for Predictive Digital Manufacturing» (I4MS), GA 768892, H2020-EU.2.1.1 ...
Project «Quantitative Risk Assessment of Accidental Release of Hazardous Materials in an Oil Refinery and the Surrounding Area», funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Industrial Postdoctoral Fell...
Road transport has the largest share in freight and passenger traffic among the other categories of transportation. In order to achieve further development and quality of operation, increased safety i...
Project «PREDIVIS: Hardware accelerated energy disaggregation for energy efficiency and predictive maintenance applications'', funded under the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Programme for Industrial Fel...
The SUPREEMO experiment developed advanced CPS / IOT technologies and edge/cloud data-analytics, to develop a data-driven approach for equipment fault detection, and test its application for the impro...
«EC4SafeNano: European Centre for Risk Management and Safe Innovation in Nanomaterials & Nanotechnologies», funded by EC: GA 723623, H2020-NMBP-27-2016 [2016–2019] A central challenge to ensure...
A major activity for the SRIS laboratory for the year 2010 was the organisation of the International Conference ESREL (European Safety and Reliability) 2010, an annual conference series promoted by th...
EU FP6 funded European programme VIRTHUALIS, (2005 to 2010) aimed at the reduction of hazards in production plants and storage sites by addressing end-users’ practical safety issues, such as training ...
Project « Analysis of marine information for environmentally safely shipping», funded by ESPA. Coordinator: Dr S. Perantonis  (NCSR “D” Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications) Dr. Z Nivolia...
The Association of European Operational Research Societies together with SRISL organised 79th Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding in Athens, Greece (April 3-5, 2014)...
The Society for Risk Analysis – China (SRA-China), and National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos” (NCSRD) organised “The 7th International Conference on Risk Analysis and Crisis Response” (R...
Environmental pressure in port areas and in urban areas close to ports is high owing to emissions from ships, port machinery and transport to/from the port areas. LNG is proposed as a low-carbon clean...
Project: TRiTON «Risk management for LNG bunkering facilities» funded by ΕΣΠΑ 2014-2020, Coordinator: Dr. O Aneziris , Dr Z Nivolianitou [2018–2021] The main aim of the project is to develop an int...
The objective of the project was to develop an integrated methodology for safety, quality and productivity management system throughout the life cycle of a project or product for chemical plants.
«SCAFFOLD: Innovative strategies, methods and tools for occupational risks management of manufactured nanomaterials (MNMs) in the construction industry» (funded by EC: GA 280535, FP7-NMP-2011-SMALL-5)...
The aim was to develop labour risk calculation models in different working conditions, to check the Netherlands occupational accidents database, and analyse their trend.
The aim was to develop a new emerging risk management model with a set of principles, methods and tools in a common language. It included 17 different applications in industrial installations in order...
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National Technical University of Athens
Greece
Technical University of Crete
Greece
Technical University of Milan
Ιtaly
Technical University of Torino
Ιtaly
Technical University of Copenhagen
Denmark
Technical University of Dublin
Ireland
Technical University of Nicosia
Cyprus
University of Paris
France
University of Bologna
Ιtaly
Joint Research Centre (JRC)
Belgium
Delft University of Technology (TUDelft)
The Netherlands
RIVM
The Netherlands
CERN
Switzerland
Riso DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy (RISO)
Denmark
Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
The Netherlands
White Queen
Institut national de l'environnement industriel et des risques (INERIS)
France
Électricité de France (EDF)
France
Eni Norge
Norway
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
Norway
TUEV - TUV
Rheinland - Germany
Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group (R-Tech)
Germany
EXIMIA
Finland
D'Appolonia Engineers
United States
STATOIL
TOTAL
France
MOTOR OIL
Greece
ENI
Tecnalia research & innovation
Spain
Foundation for Research & Technology (FORTH)
Greece
Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
Spain
University of Birmingham
United Kingdom
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH)
Finland
The National Research Center for Work Environment (NRCWE)
Denmark
Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
United Kingdom
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