"Welcome to the birthplace of MIRCE Science, a theory for predicting
expected functionability perfomance for a  functionable system type."
                                                                    Dr Jezdimir Kneezevic, Founder and President 1999.

Conferences organised and hosted by MIRCE Akademy at Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK

  • 13 - 15 December 2016, 26th MIRCE International Sympsoium, Science Based Functionability Management, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For more details please click here.
  • 1 -3 June 2016, 5th World Congress of Mirce Mechanics, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the Programme and other information please click here.
  • 8 -9 December 2015, 25th MIRCE International Symposium, In-service Reliability, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the Programme and other information please click here.
  • 19 - 21 May 2015, 4th World Congress of Mirce Mechanics, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK, for the Programme and further details please click here.
  • 2 - 4 Decemeber 2014, 24th MIRCE International Symposium on Maintaining Operational Effectiveness, for details please click here.
  • 3 - 5 June 2014, 3rd World Congress of Mirce Mechanics, for the Programme and further details please click here.
  • 3 - 5 December 2013, 23rd MIRCE International Symposium on Functionability Management, for details please click here
  • 10 -12 June 2013, 2nd World Congress of Mirce Mechanics, for the Programme and further details please click here.
  • 5 -7 December, 2012, 22nd MIRCE International Symposium on Applied Mirce Mechanics. For more details please click here
  • 28  - 30 May, 2012, 1st World Congress of Mirce Mechanics, Woodbury Park, Exeter,UK. For full details please click here.
  • 21tst MIRCE International Symposium on "MIRCE Mecahnics - a Key for Effective In-service Support", 5-7 December, 2011, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the full Programme  please cklick here.
  • 20th  MIRCE International Symposium on "In-service Cost Reducation, Through Failure Management, 7-9 December, 2010,  Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the full Programme  please  click here.
  • 3rd International Symposium on Understanding Machine Failures, 2-4 March, 2011, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK
  • 2nd International Symposium on Understanding Human Limitations and Errors, 7-9 February, 2011, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK
  • 2nd International Symposium on "Understanding Machine Failures",  7-9 June 2010, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the full Programme please click here. 
  • 19th MIRCE International Symposium on Engineering and Managing Sustainability - A Reliability, Maintainability and Supportability Perspective2 - 3 December 2009, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK. For the full Programme and Registration please click here.
  • 18th MIRCE International SymposiumTheme " Achieving Performance Targets at Least Cost", 3-5 December 2008, for the Programme and Registration information please click here
  • International Symposium on  Maintenance Task Dynamics, 20 - 22 October 2008, for the Programme and Registration information please click here
  • International Symposium on Impact of Natural World on Machine Failures, 9 - 11 June, 2008, for the Programme and Registration information click here
  • 17th MIRCE International Symposium, Mirce-Mechanics, Science & Application, 6-7 December 2007, held at Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK (click here for the full Programme details).
  • International Symposium on: Understanding Human Limitations & Errors, 24 - 25 September 2007, held at Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK (click here for the full Programme details.). Dedicated to the memory of the late 1995 World Rally Champion Colin McRae MBE.
  • International Symposium on: Understanding Machine Failures, 3 - 5 June, 2007, held at Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK (click here for the full Programme details).
  • 16th International MIRCE Symposium, Managing In-service Reliability, Cost and Effectiveness, 6-8 December 2006, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • Prognostics and Health Monitoring, in conjunction with CALCE-University of Maryland, 9-11 July 2006, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 15th International MIRCE Symposium, Methods for Accurate Cost Prediction for Contractor Logistic Support (CLS), 30 November – 2 December 2005, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 14th International MIRCE Symposium, Effective System and Process Management, 1–3 December 2004, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 13th International MIRCE Symposium, System Supportability – A 21st Century Business Winner, 1 – 3 December 2003, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 12th International MIRCE Symposium, System Operational Effectiveness, 3–5 December 2002, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 11th International MIRCE Symposium, Data, Information and Knowledge Management, 4–6 December 2001, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 10th International MIRCE Symposium, System Operational Effectiveness, 5–7 December 2000, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 15th International Logistics Congress organised on behalf of SOLE – The International Society of Logistics 24–27 May 1999, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.
  • 9th International MIRCE Symposium, System Operational Effectiveness, 1–3 December 1999, Woodbury Park, Exeter, UK.

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Keynote Speakers: Keynote Speakers are leaders in the field who wish to brief a focused audience on major policy changes or innovations within their organisation that have made a significant contribution to future business practices or technologies. Keynote Speakers are given a high profile in the pre-Symposium marketing literature and throughout the Symposium itself. Presentations are scheduled to involve all Symposium participants to ensure maximum coverage and normally last between 30 and 45 minutes.

Session Leaders: Sessions Leaders chair specific sessions during the Symposium. The role of the Session Leader involves introducing the session, introducing the speakers, taking questions from the audience and wrapping up at the end of the session. This is an excellent opportunity to raise the profile of your organisation and to demonstrate domain leadership.

Session Presenters: Session Presenters have a unique opportunity to give presentations on topics suggested by the organisers or to make their own suggestions. Topics can include innovation in design, assurance, monitoring, planning, policies, and analytical methods, modelling, tools and techniques. Presentations are normally around 30 minutes to include time for questions. Presenters are invited to attend the Symposium free of charge on the day of their presentation.

Workshop Leaders: Workshop Leaders are invited to run a half or full day workshop that enables Symposium participants to gain further knowledge and insight into specific topics. Workshops can be either technical or managerial in topics that align with the Symposium topics. Running a workshop is an ideal opportunity to demonstrate specialist expertise and to raise the profile of your organisation.

Product Exhibitors The Symposium provides Product Exhibitors to market and network with a focused audience. The Symposium offers an excellent Exhibitor Package that includes exhibition space, two complementary places, website links, customer discounts and other benefits. Click here to download an Exhibitor Information Pack.

Event Sponsors: There are many opportunities for Event Sponsorship that will be of marketing advantage to your organisation. This includes high profile lead sponsorship or sponsorship of specific events such as the Welcome Reception, Symposium Luncheons, and the Symposium Dinner that includes the Formula 1 Reliability Championship Awards Ceremony 2006. It is also possible to sponsor production of the Symposium CD Rom containing copies of presentations, etc. Sponsorship is by individual arrangement and potential sponsors are requested to contact the MIRCE Akademy to discuss their proposals