[SystemSafety] Australian System Safety Conference 2013 - Call for Papers Extension

From: Derek Reinhardt < >
Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2012 06:17:50 +0000

The Call for Papers has been extended to 21 Dec 12.

Australian System Safety Conference

Call for Papers & Presentations

May 22nd 24th 2013, Adelaide, SA, Australia


Theme: Automation & Resilient Systems

The Australian System Safety Conference is a joint conference between the Australian Safety Critical Systems Association (aSCSa) and the International Systems Safety Society (SSS) Australian Chapter.

The theme of this conference focuses on Automation & Resilient Systems In what ways do they increase/decrease safety?

Several seeds, or lines of enquiry, are indicative of likely interest for papers:
o Safety analysis challenges and benefits of adaptive systems o What to automate and what not to automate? o Who is responsible when good systems go bad: designer, operator or regulator?
o Unmanned systems safety - protecting the innocents at risk o Cost vs benefits of unmanned but less assured o Is remote or "detached" safety management effective enough? o Is automating safety analysis valuable or dangerous? o Operator vs monitor - reliability of safe behavioural modelling and expectations
o Predicting Unmanned and Autonomous System Behaviours o Challenges of Unmanned and Autonomous System o Structuring Safety Cases for Autonomous Systems o Systems for Safety and Autonomous Behaviour

We are interested in industry cross-pollenization and looking for papers on automation in Rail & Transportation, Medical & Health, Defence & Aviation, Mining, and Oil & Gas.

Call for Papers and Presentations:
The conference is accepting two types of papers: 1. Refereed Papers by the conference program committee 2. Industry Presentations (not subject to peer review)

Key Dates
Abstracts - 21 Dec 2012
Notification - 21 Dec 2012
Submission - 22 Feb 2013
Notification - 29 Mar 2013
Final Paper - 30 Apr 2013

For paper format details see www.crpit.com.

Submissions can be made at www.assc2013.org

Alternatively submissions can also be emailed to program_at_xxxxxx

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