Engineering Services Lead

Vitali is a subject matter area expert in reliability and risk analysis. His past work includes many high-profile projects in system safety and reliability, risk assessment, analysis and probabilistic design of structures.

Vitali is a former Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering professor. He led many projects including turbine analysis for Air Force, risk assessment in the Space Shuttle for NASA, power plant performance analytics for GE, fleet maintenance analytics for IBM, air transportation safety analysis for NASA, condition-based maintenance of gas turbines for Pratt & Whitney and Siemens, and reliability of the Hubble Space Telescope systems for NASA. He was a technical consultant on the FAA aviation safety policies to the U.S. Department of Transportation Office of the Inspector General. He received two NASA Engineering and Safety Group Achievement Awards.