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THE SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS CLUB, Twentieth annual:

Safety-critical Systems Symposium (SSS '12)

Tuesday 7 - Thursday 9 February, 2012 - Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel


 

20th Safety-critical Systems Symposium - after the event

Missed this event? or want to catch up on what was said?

  • Several of the presentations were filmed by iet.tv and are linked from the publications page.
  • Details of the proceedings, with a preview of the papers (limited to about 15 page views), are on the publications page.
  • Abstracts of the papers and follow-on discussion are happening in the after the event forum.

 


Join your fellow systems safety professionals for three days of cutting edge presentations and debate at

20th Safety-critical Systems Symposium

the Topics will include:

• Goal-based safety standards
• Safety and cyberdefence
• Bayesian belief networks for dependability cases
• Developing and validating safety critical software
• Railway safety decision making
• EMC for functional safety
• Safety of unmanned aerial systems
• Safety culture
• Safety management systems
• Fukushima

Keynote Speakers

Jens Braband
Chris Johnson
Peter Ladkin
John McDermid
Roger Rivett
Martyn Thomas



Tuesday 7th February:

Seven papers, including two keynote addresses:

Accidental Systems, Hidden Assumptions and Safety Assurance

by Martyn Thomas, Martyn Thomas Associates Limited

and

The Challenge of Technological Change in the Automotive Industry

by Roger Rivett, Jaguar Land Rover

 

An exhibition, and a tools and services fair, will run throughout the day.

An evening reception, with canapés and a cider tasting (plus alternative refreshments) will take place in the exhibition areas.


Wednesday 8th February:

Seven papers, plus “Question Time”, and including two keynote addresses:

CyberSafety: CyberSecurity and Safety-Critical Software Engineering

by Chris Johnson, Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow

and

The Fukushima Accident

by Peter Ladkin, University of Bielefeld CITEC and Causalis Limited, Germany

 

An exhibition, and a tools and services fair, will run throughout the day.

The Symposium banquet with an after-dinner talk:

20 years?  Are we nearly there yet?

by Prof Bob Malcolm, ideo Ltd,
(Formerly head of the UK Safety-Critical Systems Research Programme)


Thursday 9th February:

Eight papers, including two keynote addresses:

A Risk-based Approach towards Assessment of Potential Safety Deficiencies

by Jens Braband, Siemens AG, Germany

and

Goal-Based Safety Standards: Promises and Pitfalls

John McDermid and Andrew Rae, Department of Computer Science, University of York

 


Registration Costs

  Non-Residential Residential
Symposium (3 days)

£695

£995

Extra night's accomodation

-

£135

 
Membership Supplement

£95

Banquet tickets for guests or
non-resident delegates

£55


To Register

A programme for the event is available.

To download a registration form, please click here.

If you have any questions, please contact Joan Atkinson.
Phone: +44 191 221 2222 Fax: +44 191 222 7995


 

20th Safety-critical Systems Symposium - after the event

Missed this event? or want to catch up on what was said?

  • Several of the presentations were filmed by iet.tv and are linked from the publications page.
  • Details of the proceedings, with a preview of the papers (limited to about 15 page views), are on the publications page.
  • Abstracts of the papers and follow-on discussion are happening in the after the event forum.

 


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