Call for Papers: The 2nd IET International Conference on System Safety, 22-24 October 2007, Savoy Place, London UK



Call for Papers: The 2nd IET International Conference on System Safety, 22-24 October 2007, Savoy Place, London UK

From: Tim Kelly <tim.kelly_at_xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 21:03:58 -0000
Message-ID: <002d01c7457b$53e837d0$4301a8c0@xxxxxx>
Call for Papers:  The 2nd IET International Conference on System Safety,
22-24 October 2007, Savoy Place, London UK

http://conferences.theiet.org/safety/index.htm

The organising committee invites offers of contributions, but not limited
to, the areas and topics, examples which are listed below. Prospective
authors should submit a two page extended abstract using the online
submission process, on or before 19 March 2007. 

Extended abstracts must be submitted on the template provided. 

Final contributions will be published as part of the Institution of
Engineering and Technology Conference Proceedings and will be available to
all conference delegates. 

Please add these important dates to your diary: 

Abstract submission date Monday, 19 March 2007 
Notification of provisional acceptance Monday, 28 May 2007  
Submission of full papers Monday, 20 August 2007 
Conference start date Monday, 22 October 2007 

Technical Scope 
System Safety 2007 will have parallel session with contributed papers (both
oral and poster presentations) on the topics listed below: 

Application Areas Aerospace 
Air Traffic Management 
Asset Management 
Automotive 
Control & Automation 
Defence 
Nuclear Industry 
Power Industry 
Railway 
Road Transport 
Papers and posters will be welcome on best practice and practical experience
with emerging methods and standards, in the above areas, and the challenges
of dealing with new technologies and more complex systems. 

Technical Topics 

Competency and Competency Schemes 
Complex Programmable Electronic Devices (e.g. ASICs, FPGAs) 
Functional Safety 
Hazard Identification 
Hazard Assessment 
Human Factors Engineering 
Independent Safety Auditing 
Legal Issues including Corporate Killing 
Relationship of Safety and Systems Engineering 
Risk and Risk Assessment 
Safety Cases 
Safety Management 
Safety and Security 
Software Safety 
System Safety Assessment 
Standards and Evolution of Standards 

System Safety 2007 is organised by the following IET Professional and
Technical Networks: 

Aerospace 
Asset Management 
Automotive and Road Transport Systems 
Communications Networks & Services 
Control & Automation 
Functional Safety 
Human Factors Engineering
Power Conversion and Applications 
Railway 
Systems Engineering

Organising Committee Chair 
Carl Sandom, iSys Integrity

Technical Programme Co-Chairs
Paul Caseley, DSTL
Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow

Workshop Organiser
Ron Bell, Ron Bell Consulting

Technical Programme Committee
Robin Bloomfield , City University / Adelard
Jens Braband, Siemens
Paul Caseley, DSTL
Werner Damm, Offis
Simon Furst, BMW
Ian Gray, Rolls-Royce Naval Marine
Ron Howlett, MoD
Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow
Tim Kelly, University of York
Mervyn Oliver, Eurocontrol
Carl Sandom, iSys-Integrity
Christel Seguin, ONERA
Peter Sheppard, Atkins Global
George Turnbull, Open Automation and Control
Dave Roberts, IBM
Ian Alexander, Scenario Plus
John McDermid, University of York Added 
Michael Holloway, NASA Langley Research Center
Tony Cant, DSTO Australia
Stuart Smith, Nottingham University
Andy Kilner, Systems Engineering Exec Team member 
Barry Kirby, Systems Engineering Exec Team member
John Holt, Functional Safety Exec Team member
David Robinson, IET Proposed
Derek Fowler, JDF Consultancy LLP 

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Dr Tim Kelly
Senior Lecturer in Critical Systems
Department of Computer Science
The University of York,
York, YO10 5DD, UK
Tel: 01904 432764 Fax: 07976 889545
http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~tpk/
 
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