Structured Expert Judgment

When data are not sufficient, appropriate or simply unavailable, the best approach is to use a rigorous method that objectively evaluates expert opinion. The Classical Model is such method and my research focus, as well as my applications interests are gravitating around the Classical Model.

I have discussed about my interest in expert judgment with a particular focus on health in a Rising Stars article of Delft Health Initiative, found here.

Over the years, I have been involved in numerous structured expert judgment projects focusing on

  • source attribution of illnesses transmitted by various pathways in the United States (project with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

    • a news item about the research can be found here,

    • the article can be found here

  • source attribution of illnesses transmitted by various pathways in Ethiopia, Burkina Faso and Rwanda

  • estimate the water return levels for the Hanumante river in Nepal (the article can be found here)

  • risk quantification of dike failure

  • risk of supply delays during offshore wind farm installation

  • decision-making in early internationalization for a start-up


Are you interested in conducting a structured expert judgment study? Feel free to contact me!