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  Ali Zuashkiani

  Research Associate

  Director of Educational Programs, Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering

  Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

  University of Toronto, Canada

 

  Ali Zuashkiani , B.Sc., Ph.D., RCM II practitioner, is Director of educational programs of the Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) at the University of Toronto where the EXAKT software for CBM optimization and the SMS software for the optimization for emergency spares have been developed. C-MORE is funded by the following 11 organizations. From Canada: ABB, Barrick Gold, Department of National Defence, Diavik Diamond Mines, Dofasco Steel, Hydro One, INCO, Irving Pulp and Paper, Syncrude Canada, Teck Cominco and internationally: the Ministry of Defence

  (U.K.). C-MORE details can be found at www.mie.utoronto.ca/cmore

 

  Dr. Zuashkiani has many years of practical expertise in managing maintenance decisions, including RCM2, Root Cause Analysis, Life Cycle Costing Management, PM Optimization, Risk Based Inspections (RBI), condition based maintenance (CBM), spare parts inventories, Enterprise Asset Management and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems, and maintenance crew size and resources.

  Ali has been involved in consulting assignments that include life cycle costing analysis, determining economic life of assets, assessing maintenance function, maintenance organization structure and workflow improvement, implementing Enterprise Asset Management Systems, reliability centered maintenance , maintenance tactic optimizations, inspection decision optimization, maintenance and reliability assessment, spare parts requirement, etc.

 

  Ali’s most recent engagements include:

  · implementing maintenance strategies, RBI, Life Cycle Costing, and economic life of assets at Suncor Energy in Canada

  · implementing EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) system for a telecommunication tower in Middle East.

  · evaluating maintenance decisions on spare part requirements of a company in New Zealand using principles of life cycle costing,

  · thorough physical asset management and condition based maintenance assessment of Minera Escondida in Chile which is the largest copper mine in the world operated by BHP Billiton,

  · life cycle costing, RBI, and maintenance tactic optimization of Enbridge Gas Distribution which is one of the largest gas distribution companies in North America.

  · Estimating the Life Cycle Costs of a group of 1400 transmission transformers for Hydro One Company in Canada

  · thorough physical asset management assessment of 12 petrochemical plants in Persian Gulf region,

  · assessing maintenance and reliability practices of a major car manufacturing plant

  · improving maintenance organization of an aluminum manufacturing plant.

  · And many others.

 

  Ali obtained his PhD from the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto in the area of reliability and maintainability management. He is the author of “Experts Knowledge Based Reliability Models”, published in 2008. He is now a Research Associate working with the Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) at the University of Toronto on the topic of maintenance performance management. He is also Director of Educational Program at C-MORE. Ali is also an RCM2 practitioner and is responsible for RCM2 implementation for Middle East.

 

  Ali’s most recent engagements include:

 

  · implementing maintenance strategies, RBI, Life Cycle Costing, and economic life of assets at Suncor Energy in Canada

  · implementing EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) system for a telecommunication tower in Middle East.

  · evaluating maintenance decisions on spare part requirements of a company in New Zealand using principles of life cycle costing,

  · thorough physical asset management and condition based maintenance assessment of Minera Escondida in Chile which is the largest copper mine in the world operated by BHP Billiton,

  · life cycle costing, RBI, and maintenance tactic optimization of Enbridge Gas Distribution which is one of the largest gas distribution companies in North America.

  · Estimating the Life Cycle Costs of a group of 1400 transmission transformers for Hydro One Company in Canada

  · thorough physical asset management assessment of 12 petrochemical plants in Persian Gulf region,

  · assessing maintenance and reliability practices of a major car manufacturing plant

  · improving maintenance organization of an aluminum manufacturing plant.

  · And many others.

 

  Ali obtained his PhD from the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto in the area of reliability and maintainability management. He is the author of “Experts Knowledge Based Reliability Models”, published in 2008. He is now a Research Associate working with the Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) at the University of Toronto on the topic of maintenance performance management. He is also Director of Educational Program at C-MORE. Ali is also an RCM2 practitioner and is responsible for RCM2 implementation for Middle East.

 

  EDUCATION

  UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Toronto, Canada

  Research Associate September 2010-Present

  · Conducting research in the area of Maintenance Performance Management

 

  Post Doctorate Fellow September 2006-2010

  · Conducting research in the area of Maintenance Performance Management

 

  PhD in Industrial Engineering June 2007, GPA 3.96/4

  · PhD dissertation project at Dofasco Steel: Developed a methodology that can extract expert opinion, combine it with data, and use it in complex decision-making models. The result of this research is published in Journal of Operations Research Society, a top journal in the field.

 

  SELECTED PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

  BANAK INC. Toronto, Canada

  Consultant March 2008-Present

  · Conducted a consulting project for Enbridge Gas Distribution. The objective of the project was to find the economic life of Enbridge’s steel mains and find optimum maintenance tactics. Because of the project, estimated NPV of potential savings of 105 million dollars was achieved. The results were evaluated “excellent” by the client. The results of the project are to be submitted to a refereed journal. Because of the satisfaction of the client we are called in to do a second project.

  · Conducted a consulting project for Hydro One Networks. The objective of the project was to design a tool to predict future operation and maintenance costs of Hydro One. The result of the project was described “outstanding” by the client. The results of the project are to be submitted to a refereed journal.

  · Directed and conducted a consulting project for 12 petrochemical plants in the Persian Gulf region. The objective of the project was to assess the current physical asset management practices of the plants and it provided them with a gap analysis and areas for improvements. The client was also provided with a list of training programs and implementation projects in order to take their practices to the next level over the next five years.

  · Conducting Life Cycle Costing calculation for a major electricity distributor in New Zealand.

  · Conducted a consulting project for a Chilean company producing cupper. The objective of the project was to assess the current physical asset management practices of the plants and it provided them with a gap analysis and areas for improvements. The client was also provided with a list of training programs and implementation projects in order to take their practices to the next level (World Class Asset Management) over the next few years.

  · Reviewing evaluation of different alternatives for a major capital investment project for Public Work of Canada.

 

  Center for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering Feb 2008-Present

  Director of Educational Programs and Industrial Collaborations

  · Designed, developed, and/or organized many workshops (nationally and internationally) and six international conferences delivered worldwide in partnership with several companies in the field of asset management. Courses were delivered in Canada, Chile, United Arabs Emirate, Lebanon, Iran, and Peru, Trinidad, Australia, Sweden, United States.

  · Created partnership with many international companies to provide/hold joint training programs for asset managers. The companies include, ABB, IBM, Ivara, OMDEC, Aryana, Conscious Asset Management, International Institute for Research.

  · Personally trained hundreds of maintenance managers coming from almost all industrial sectors and all over the world. The participants were from Canada, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Kuwait, Egypt, Iran, England, South America, United States of America, Norway, Cuba, Brazil, Chile, etc.

 

  Jajarm Alumina, Jajarm, Iran April 2005-September 2005

  · Created more considerable increase in the company’s production over a period of one year due to the following initiatives:

  o Mapped and analyzed the current workflow and structure of the maintenance department at Jajarm Alumina Refinery Plant through observations and interviewing approximately 40 operations and maintenance staff. Suggested a decentralized structure after analyzing workflow to remedy deficiencies of the current centralized system.

  o Implemented (partially) a decentralized operational structure with a separate mechanical maintenance group

  o Modified the overall workflow system of the plant’s maintenance department reducing paperwork by half

  Other consulting works

  · Developed maintenance strategies and calculating economic lives for a selections of assets at Suncor Energy resulting in NPV of more than few million dollars.

 

  OTHER LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

  International Physical Asset Management Conference (www.ipamc.org) 2005- Present

  · Chairperson: designed the conference themes and content jointly with the conference scientific chair Professor Andrew Jardine from U of T. The speakers are mostly from Canada, UK, Australia, and Europe from both academia and industry.

 

  International Maintenance Excellent Conference (www.imec.ca) 2007-Present, Toronto

  · Advisory and Executive Board Member. It is the most eminent international Canada-based conference in the field of physical asset management

  Energy & Utilities Strategic Asset Management conference 

  2010-2011, Toronto

  · Co-Chair and Advisory Board Member . It is one of the most eminent Canada-based conference in the field of physical asset management in utilities and energy

 

  PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

  Book & Book Chapters

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Expert Knowledge Based Reliability Models: Theory and Case Study", VDM Verlag, 2008, ISBN-10: 3639020561

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Asset Maintenance Management”, 3rd Edition, Chapter 11: Asset Management Decision Support by Lifecycle Costing.

  Papers (accepted, submitted, working):

  · Zuashkiani, A.; “Dynamic Economic Life of Underground Mains”, working paper.

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Rahmandad, H., Jardine, A.K.S. “Measuring Maintenance Organization Performance Using Dynamic Analysis", working paper

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Optimizing Condition Based Maintenance Decisions Based on Expert’s Knowledge and Condition Monitoring Data Using Bayesian Statistics”, Working paper

  · Safaee, N.; Zuashkiani, A.; “Manufacturing System Design Considering Multiple Machine Replacement under Discounted Costs”, IIE Transactions, Under review after a revision.

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Rahmandad, H.;Jardine, A.K.S. “Mapping the dynamics of overall equipment effectiveness to enhance asset management practices”, Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering, Accepted, to appear in 2011.

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Jardine, A.K.S.”Coming Full Circle”, Institute of Industrial Engineering Magazine, pages 44-49, April 2010.

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Estimating Parameters of Proportional Hazards Model Based on Expert Knowledge and Statistical Data”, Journal of Operation Research Society (JORS), Published in Dec 2009.

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Achieving Maximum Maintenance Performance through Minimum Measurement", Proceedings of ICOMS, May 2008, Australia

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Incorporating Expert Knowledge when Estimating Parameters of The Proportional Hazards Model”, Proceedings of Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, Newport Beach, CA, USA 2006

 

  Presentations/Speaking at Major Conferences

  Selected Keynote presenter/invited speaker

  · Invited speaker at 3rd Annual Public Sector Life Cycle Costing Seminar, presentation title “ Evidence-Based Decisions in Life Cycle Costing ”, April 2011, Toronto, Canada

  · Invited speaker at Maintenance & Reliability Technology Summit, April 2011, Chicago, presentation title “ Can We Trust Tacit Knowledge in Making Asset Management Decisions? ”

  · Invited speaker and workshop presenter at Energy & Utilities Strategic Asset Management Conference , Feb 2011, Toronto , presentation title “ What is Evidence Based Asset Management? ”, Workshop titleManaging Life Cycle Costs”

  · Invited workshop presenter at Maintrain 2010, Toronto, Canada, November 2010, presentation title “Life Cycle Costing for Asset Managers”

  · Invited speaker at Maintrain 2010, Fort McMurray, Canada, September 2010, presentation title “Evidence Based Asset Management (EBAM) and Role of Tacit Knowledge”

  · Invited speaker at Maintenance & Reliability Technology Summit, April 2010, Chicago, presentation title “Life Cycle Costing Management for World Class Asset Managers”

  · Invited as the course leader (declined) and keynote speaker at 2nd Public Sector Life Cycle Costing Event, Toronto, April 2010, presentation title: “Using Life Cycle Costing Analysis To Evaluate The Economic Age Of Underground Mains/Pipes”

  · Invited speaker at Industrial Management Institute, October, 2009, Tehran, presentation title: “Achieving Competitive Advantage Through Excellence in Physical Asset Management”

  · Invited speaker at Energy & Utilities Asset Mgt Summit , Toronto, Feb 2010, “ Addressing Challenges and Opportunities in Evidence Based Asset Management”, co-presented by Andrew K. S. Jardine

  · Invited speaker at IMEC: THE Asset Management Conference, September 2009, Toronto, “Role of Tacit Knowledge in Asset Management Decisions”

  · Keynote speaker at OMAINTEC conference, Beirut, Lebanon, July 2009, “What asset managers need to know about life cycle costing management”

  · Course leader and keynote speaker at 5th Life Cycle Costing for Asset Management event in Toronto, September 2008, presentation title: Defining Life Cycle Costing”

  · Course leader and keynote speaker at 5th Life Cycle Costing for Asset Management event in Toronto, September 2008, presentation title: “Improving Life Cycle Costing Decision Through Capital Planning Data”

  · Invited speaker at IMEC: THE Asset Management Conference, October 2009, Toronto, “A New Approach to Forecasting OM & A Costs in an Electrical Utility”, co-presented by Joe Toneguzzo Ontario Power Authority

 

  Selected Regular Conference Presentation

  · Zuashkiani A., Nima Safaee; Andrew Jardine; “Long & Medium-term Forecasting of Operation & Maintenance Costs in an Electrical Utility: Case Study Using Principle of Evidence Based Asset Management”, ICOMS, May 2011, Australia

  · Zuashkiani A.; “How to Manage Your Assets Effectively? Understand the Dynamics that Govern Companies’ Asset Management Systems”, MARCON, March 2011, Knoxville. US

  · Jardine, A.K.S.; Zuashkiani, A.; “ A New Approach to Forecasting Operation and Maintenance Costs at a Transmission and Distribution Utility”, Energy & Utilities Asset Mgt Summit, Feb 2009, Toronto

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Making Maintenance Decisions Based on Economical Considerations”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, Tehran, 2008

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Managing Maintenance Practice: Iranian Context”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, Tehran 2008

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Expert Knowledge Versus Statistical Data Driven Reliability Models: Theory and Case Studies”, CORS Conference, May 2008, Quebec, Quebec

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Achieving Maximum Maintenance Performance through Minimum Measurement", ICOMS, May 2008, Australia

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Current challenges of maintenance performance measurement systems”, CORSE Conference, May 2007, London, Ontario

  · Zuashkiani, A. “Capital equipment Replacement Decisions”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, Tehran 2006

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Computer Simulation and Laboratorial Experiments as Cost Effective Tools in Testing Knowledge Elicitation Techniques in the Area of Reliability and Maintenance”, CORSE Conference, May 2006, Montreal, Quebec

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Incorporating Expert Knowledge when Estimating Parameters of The Proportional Hazards Model”, Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, Newport Beach, CA, USA 2006

  · Zuashkiani, A.“Physical Asset Management in Iranian Context”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, Tehran 2005

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Condition Based Maintenance Techniques”, CORS-INFORMS Conference, May 2004, Banf, Alberta

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S.“What Works Best in Condition Based Maintenance”, International Management Conference, Tehran, Dec. 2003

  · Zuashkiani, A.; Dragan, B.; Jardine, A.K.S. “Applications of Proportional Hazards Model in Condition Based Maintenance”, Second National Conference in Reliability and Maintenance, Tehran, June 2003

 

  Selected Industrial Training Experience/Workshops

  · “Role of Evidence Based Asset Management in Facility Management”, Evidence Based Facility Management Program at the University of Toronto, Feb 2011, Toronto, Canada 

  · “Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM II)-T –day Program”, Jointly through Aladon Company in Canada and Aryana Industrial Research Group in Iran, January 2011, Tehran, Iran 

  · “Managing Life Cycle Costs”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, Jan 2011, 2-day workshop

  · “ Optimizing Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Tactics” Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, Jan 2011, 3-day workshop 

  · “Life Cycle Costing Management”; Physical Asset Management Program at the University of Toronto, November 2010. 

  · “How to Manage Physical Asset Management Decisions, A Guide for Executives”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, October 2010, Tehran, Iran 

  · “Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM II)”, International Physical Asset Management Conference, October 2010, Tehran, Iran 

  · “Life Cycle Costing Management”; Physical Asset Management Program at the University of Toronto, April 2010. 

  · “Reliability, Maintainability and Supportability”, Educational Program Innovation Center, Toronto, Canada, March 2010, half a day workshop

  · “Reliability Centered Maintenance: Introduction”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, Jan 2010, 2-day workshop

  · “Essentials of Life Cycle Costing”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, Jan 2010, 2-day workshop

  · “Optimization of Preventive and Predictive Maintenance”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, Dec 2009, 2-day workshop

  · “Achieving Competitive Advantage Through Excellence in Physical Asset Management”, International Management Conference, Tehran, Iran, December 2009, half a day workshop

  · “Optimizing Physical Asset Management Decisions”, The Institute for International Research, Dubai, UAE, October 2009, 5-day workshop.

  · “What is Life Cycle Costing Management?”, International Physical Asset Management, Tehran, Iran, Aug 2009. half a day workshop

  · “Optimization of Preventive and Predictive Maintenance”, Terasen Gas, Vancouver, Canada, June 2009, 3-day workshop, co-presented by Andrew Jardine

  · “Maintenance Tactics Optimization” Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, March 2009, 2-day workshop

  · “Life Cycle Costing Management”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, March 2009, 2-day workshop

  · “What executives need to know about asset management”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, March 2009, 2-day workshop

  · “Optimizing Physical Asset Management Decisions”, Qatar Petrochemical Company, Qatar, January 2009, 5-day workshop.

  · “Optimizing Physical Asset Management Decisions”, Aryana Industrial Research Group, Tehran, Iran, October 2008, 3-day workshop

 

 

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