2013 STAMP Workshop Agenda

Time Topic Room
Day 1 – 3/26
7:30-9:00 Registration Stata Center Lobby
8:00-9:00 STAMP Pre-tutorial Stata Center32-155
9:00-12:00 CAST and STPA Tutorials Stata Center32-14432-12432-141
12:00-1:15 Lunch On your own
Session 1: 54-100
1:15-1:30 Welcome, Nancy Leveson
1:30-1:55 Jonathan Hickey, U.S. Coast Guard: Aviation Accident Analysis
1:55-2:20 John Thomas, MIT: Extending and Automating STPA for Requirements Generation and Analysis
2:20-2:45 Eleftheria Mitka, and Spyridon Mouroutsos, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece: Apply STAMP to Safety Standards of Home-Surveillance Robots
2:45-3:10 Niels Smit, Ton van Overbeek, and  Kirsten van Schaardenburgh-Verhoeve, Dutch Safety Board: 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 
3:10-3:35 Break
Session 2: 54-100
3:35-4:00 Dong-Ah Lee, Jang-Soo Lee, Se-Woo Cheon, and Junbeom Yoo, Konkuk University, South Korea: Application of STPA to Engineered Safety Features of a Nuclear Power Plant
4:00-4:25 Bill Young, MIT and U.S. Air Force: Cyber-Mission Assurance through System Safety Principles
4:25-4:50 Robert J. de Boer, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands: Cognitive Resilience
4:50-5:15 Mike Hurley, BAE Systems: Principles of Product Safety: Depiction of a Product Safety Management System using STPA.
Day 2 – 3/27
Session 3: 26-100
8:30-8:55 Ryo Ujiie, Masafumi Katahira, JAXA: Using STPA in the Design of a new Manned Spacecraft
8:55-9:20. Hossam Yahia, Valeo: Application of STPA to electric vehicles
9:20-9:45 Rene Hosse, Dirk Spiegel, and Eckehard Schnieder, University of Braunschweig, Germany:  Integration of Petri Nets into CAST by the Example of 7.23 Accident
9:45-10:10 John Thomas, MIT: Evaluating the Safety of Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems in Nuclear Power Plants.
10:10-10:35 Break:
Session 4: 26-100
10:35-11:00 Tao Tang, Niu Ru, Beijing Jiaotong University, China: A Systematic Accident Approach for Chinese Railway Analysis
11:00-11:25 Ray Torok and Bruce Geddes, EPRI: Nuclear Power STPA Example
11:25-11:50 Pat Regan (FERC), Greg Baecher (University of Maryland): Hydropower and dam safety, introducing system engineering approaches
11:50-12:15 Asim Abdulkhaleq, Stefan Wagner, University of Stuttgart, Germany:  Experiences with Applying STPA to Software-Intensive Systems in the Automotive Domain
12:15-1:20 LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
Session 5: 54-100
1:20-1:45 Michael Stone, Akamai: Building A Usable Systems Atlas
1:45-2:10 Liu Hong, Nextrans Center, Purdue University: Using STAMP method to analyze serious accidents in China Railway system
2:10-2:35 Lorena Pelegrin, ILF: Evaluating Project Safety (System Engineering and Safety Management) in an Organization
2:35-3:00                     Stephanie Goerges, Cummins Engine: The Application of STPA in Commercial Product Development to Identify Causal Factors for Economic Losses
3:00-3:30 BREAK
Session 6: 54-100
3:30-3:55 Wayne Buck, Eastern Connecticut State University (Business School): STAMP as a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Corporate Moral Failure
3:55-4:20 Rong Hao, Beihang University, China: Analysis of Human-Related Accidents and Assessment of Human Error Based on STAMP
4:20-4:55 Daniel Hartmann, Ben Gurion University, and Moshe Weiler, Technion, Israel: Applying STAMP to Environmental, Sociotechnical Systems
4:55-5:20 Xu Xiaojie, Beihang University, China: A Safety analysis of Navigation Software Development Management Based on STAMP.
5:45-9:30 Buffet and poster session Stata Center 4th Floor
Day 3—3/28
Session 7: 26-100
8:30-8:55 Larry Hettinger and Marv Dainoff, Liberty Mutual Research Institute: Applying STAMP to Occupational Safety
8:55-9:20                     Sandy Weininger (Dave Arney), FDA: Safety of Interoperable Systems 
9:20-9:45 Cody Fleming, MIT: The Use of STPA in Hazard Analysis and Certification of Integrated Modular Avionics Systems
9:45-10:10 Padma Sundaram and Dave Hartfelder, General Motors: Compatibility Study of STPA with Automotive Safety Process.
10:10-10:40 Break:
Session 8: 26-100
10:40-11:05                               Jaleh Samadi, Mines Paris Tech, France: Contribution of STAMP to the Risk Management of CO2 Capture, Transport, and Storage Projects
 11:05-11:30 Ioannis Dokas, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece: Early Warnings and STPA
11:30-11:55 Connor Dunn, MIT and U.S. Navy: The Use of STPA in Satellite Hazard Analysis
11:40-12:00 Yi Lu, Purdue University and Beihang University, China:, A systematic safety control approach and practice on flight tests of a low-cost blended-wing-body demonstrator
12:00-1:15 Lunch: On your own
Session 9 54-100
1:15-1:40 Sun Rui, Beihang University, China: Using STPA to help convert natural language into formal language
1:40-2:05 A. Lucas Stephane, Florida Institute of Technology:  Analysis of the Fukushima Disaster: Reinforcement for using STAMP as a Vector of Safety Governance
2:05-2:30 John Helferich, MIT: Risk Management of Hospital Radiation Therapy
                  2:30-3:00                      Lightning Presentations [Anyone who would like to present their ideas, work, or etc.]
3:00 Adjourn

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