[SystemSafety] Call4Papers Australian System Safety Conference 2014

From: Martin, BJ < >
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2013 07:04:28 +0000

www.assc2014.org<http://www.assc2014.org> Key Dates

Abstracts -14 Dec2013

Notification -21Dec 2013

Submission -22Feb 2014

Final Paper -30 Apr 2014

The technical program will feature a rich variety of contributions that include one day of tutorials and two days of forum papers. Participants may anticipate high quality contributions from many different domains including aerospace, automotive, defense, mining, health care (e.g., patient safety, medical technology), rail, robotics, critical infrastructure systems (e.g., nuclear energy generation) and industrial control systems. Engineering has been experiencing large technological revolutions, but the basic engineering techniques being applied in safety and reliability engineering, were largely created for a simpler, analogue world and have changed very little over the years (Leveson, N. Engineering a Safer World. 2011). Software Safety: New Challenges & Solutions is the theme for ASSC2014. How should we as safety professionals re-think some of these analogue-world assumptions made concerning all aspects of safety and justify the use of some new/different approaches to building safer systems in today's complex software-driven, and human assisted environments? The intent is to explore the challenges being presented to system safety (especially software specialist) engineers and to engage in discussion of (potential) approaches and solutions to those challenges. Several seeds, or lines of enquiry, are indicative of likely interest for papers:
* Safety analysis challenges and benefits of software intensive systems

BJ Martin
System Safety Capability Lead
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