2013 STAMP Workshop Presentations

Day 1 – Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Introduction and Welcome Introduction, Nancy Leveson, MIT
STPA Beginner’s STPA Beginner’s Tutorial, John Thomas, MIT
STPA Advanced STPA Advanced Tutorial, Cody Fleming, MIT
CAST CAST Tutorial, John Helferich and Connor Dunn, MIT
Session 1 Extending and Automating STPA for Requirements Generation and Analysis, John Thomas, MIT

A System Theoretic Analysis of U.S. Coast Guard Aviation – CG-6505 Mishap
, Commander Jon Hickey, United States Coast Guard

Apply STAMP to Safety Standards of home-surveillance Robots
, Mitka Eleftheria, Democritus University of Thrace

The use of STAMP’s Control Structure and System Dynamics to identify possible interventions; A case study on an accident with a Compressed Natural Gaz- public transport coach, Niels Smit, Ton van Overbeek, and Kirsten van Schaardenburgh-Verhoeve, Dutch Safety Board – TO BE RELEASED JUNE 2013

Session 2 Application of STPA to Engineered Safety Features of a Nuclear Power Plant, Dong-Ah Lee, Jang-Soo Lee, Se-Woo Cheon, and Junbeom Yoo, Konkuk University, South Korea

Cyber-Mission Assurance through System Safety Principles, Col Bill Young, United States Air Force and MIT

Cognitive Resilience, Robert J. de Boer, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Principles of Product Safety: Depiction of a Product Safety Management System using STPA, Mike Hurley, BAE Systems

Day 2 – Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Session 3 Using STPA in the Design of a new Manned Spacecraft, Ryo Ujiie, Masafumi Katahira, JAXA

Application of STPA to electric vehicles, Hossam Yahia, Valeo

Integration of Petri Nets into CAST by the Example of 7.23 Accident, Rene Hosse, Dirk Spiegel, and Eckehard Schnieder, University of Braunschweig, Germany

Evaluating the Safety of Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems in Nuclear Power Plants, John Thomas, MIT

Session 4 A Systematic Accident Approach for Chinese Railway Analysis, Tao Tang, Niu Ru, Beijing Jiaotong University, China

Nuclear Power STPA Example, Ray Torok and Bruce Geddes, EPRI

Hydropower and dam safety, introducing system engineering approaches, Pat Regan (FERC), Greg Baecher (University of Maryland)

Experiences with Applying STPA to Software-Intensive Systems in the Automotive Domain, Asim Abdulkhaleq, Stefan Wagner, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Session 5 Building A Usable Systems Atlas, Michael Stone, Akamai

Using STAMP method to analyze serious accidents in China Railway system, Liu Hong, Nextrans Center, Purdue University

Evaluating Project Safety (System Engineering and Safety Management) in an Organization, Lorena Pelegrin, ILF

The Application of STPA in Commercial Product Development to Identify Causal Factors for Economic Losses, Stephanie Goerges, Cummins Engine

Session 6 STAMP as a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Corporate Moral Failure, Wayne Buck, Eastern Connecticut State University (Business School)

Analysis of Human-Related Accidents and Assessment of Human Error Based on STAMP, Rong Hao, Beihang University, China

Applying STAMP to Environmental, Sociotechnical Systems, Daniel Hartmann, Ben Gurion University, and Moshe Weiler, Technion, Israel

A Safety analysis of Navigation Software Development Management Based on STAMP, Xu Xiaojie, Beihang University, China

Day 3 – Thursday, March 28, 2013

Session 7 Applying STAMP to Occupational Safety, Larry Hettinger and Marv Dainoff, Liberty Mutual Research Institute

Safety of Interoperable Systems, Sandy Weininger (Dave Arney), FDA

The Use of STPA in Hazard Analysis and Certification of Integrated Modular Avionics Systems, Cody Fleming, MIT

Compatibility Study of STPA with Automotive Safety Process, Padma Sundaram and Dave Hartfelder, General Motors

Session 8 Contribution of STAMP to the Risk Management of CO2 Capture, Transport, and Storage Projects, Jaleh Samadi, Mines Paris Tech, France

Early Warnings and STPA, Ioannis Dokas, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

The Use of STPA in Satellite Hazard Analysis, Connor Dunn, MIT and U.S. Navy

A systematic safety control approach and practice on flight tests of a low-cost blended-wing-body demonstrator, Yi Lu, Purdue University and Beihang University, China

Session 9 Using STPA to help convert natural language into formal language, Sun Rui, Beihang University, China

Analysis of the Fukushima Disaster: Reinforcement for using STAMP as a Vector of Safety Governance, A. Lucas Stephane, Florida Institute of Technology

Risk Management of Hospital Radiation Therapy, John Helferich, MIT

Lightning Presentations
Lightning Integrating State Machine Analysis with STPA, Asim Abdulkhaleq, Stefan Wagner, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Understanding and Analyzing ‘Safety’ in Body Sensor Networks, Philip Asare, University of Virgina, USA

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