2016 STAMP Workshop Presentations



STAMP-Intro-2016 and overview of all techniques Nancy Leveson (MIT)
STPA Intro and Practicum John Thomas (MIT)
2016-STECA-Tutorial and Practicum David Horne, Andrea Scarinci (MIT)
CAST-tutorial-2016, examples and CAST-W2016-Practicum Nancy Leveson (MIT),  Elsabé Willaboordse (Dutch Safety Agency)
SECURITY-Tutorial2016 and Practicum Bill Young (MIT)
STAMP-WorkplaceSafety-2016WorkplaceSafety-Boeing2016 Lori Smith, Emily Howard (Boeing)Larry Hettinger (Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety)

Medical Device Safety Co-Session (with IEEE International Symposium on Medical ICT 2016)

Systems Thinking and Medical Device Safety (pdf) Nancy Leveson (MIT)
Application of Systems and Control Theory-Based Hazard Analysis to Radiotherapy (pdf) Todd Pawlicki (University of California-San Diego)
STPA Analysis of Intravenous Patient-Controlled Analgesia pdf31 John Thomas (MIT), Ying Hann Ang, Kristie Chung, Olivia Qing Gao

Workshop Presentations

1- Human Interaction and Potential Error Evaluation Associated with Shift By Wire Devices pdf1 Mark A. Vernacchia and Bill Arnold (GM)
2-Engineering for Humans: STPA Analysis of an Automated Parking System (pdf2) John Thomas and Megan France (MIT)
3-Hazard Analysis for Rotorcraft (UH-60MU) pdf3 Blake Abrecht, Dave Arterburn, David Horney, Jon Schneider, Brandon Abel, Nancy Leveson (MIT, U.S. Air Force, University of Alabama)
4-An Approach to Determine Safety Indicators in Radiation Therapy (pdf) Taylor Harry and Todd Pawlicki, Univ. of California (University of California, San Diego)
5-‘Spaghetti’: Tasty but Messy; Using STAMP to Model a Cancer Diagnosis Progress pdf5 Maria Mikela Chatzimichailidou, James Ward, Chloe Chan, John Clarkson (University of Cambridge-UK and Lister Hospital-UK)
6-A Systems Approach to the Development of an Aircraft Smoke Control System pdf6 Danilo da Costa Ribeiro, Amanda Iriarte Quilici, Emilia Villani (Embraer and Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica-Brazil)
7-CAST applied to Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster pdf7 Daisuke Uesako (MIT and Ministry of the Environment-Japan)
8- A New Approach to Hazard Analysis for Naval Systems pdf8 Blake Abrecht (MIT and U.S. Air Force)
9-STPA used on Dynamic Positioning pdf9 Odd Ivar Haugen (Marine Cybernetics-Norway)
10-Safety Thinking in Cloud Software: Challenges and Opportunities pdf10 Kevin Riggle (Akamai)
11-STPA for Additive Manufacturing pdf11
Greg Pope (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
12-Exploring the Systematic Causes of Beijing Subway PSD Accident pdf12 Shijie Zhang, Tao Tang, Hongwei Yan, Fei Yan, Ru Niu (Beijing Jiaotong University-China)
13-Scenario Based STPA Analysis in Automated Urban Guided Transport System pdf13 Fei Yan, Tao Tang, (Beijing Jiaotong University-China)
14-Using STPA for Evaluating Aviation Safety Management Systems pdf14 Nektarios Karanikas and Mohamed Abrini (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences-The Netherlands)
15-Application of STPA on Small Drone Operation: The Approach and First Results pdf15 Anastasios Plioutsias, Nektarios Karanikas, Maria Mikela Chatzimichilidou (National Technical University of Athens-Greece, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences -The Netherlands and University of Cambridge-UK)
16-Improving STPA Step 2 (pdf) John Thomas (MIT)
17-Deriving safety constraints for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) pdf17 Yusuke Urano (MIT and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism-Japan)
18-The Usability of STAMP in Drug Development (pdf) Veronika Valdova , Ronald L Sheckler, Asim Abdulkhaleq, Stefan Wagner (University of Stuttgart-Germany)
19-Systems-Theoretic Process Analysis of Automobile Features for Lane Management pdf19 Diogo Castilho, Megan France, and Dajiang Suo (MIT)
20-Can STPA contribute to identify hazards of different nature and improve safety of automated vehicles? pdf20 Stephanie Alvarez, Franck Guarnieri and Yves Page (Mines Paris Tech, PSL Research University, and Renault SAS-France)
21-New Applications of STAMP: Workplace safety and Engineering Management pdf21 Nancy Leveson, Lori Smith, Emily Howard, and Larry Hettinger (MIT, Boeing, and Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety)
22-Applying STPA to Automotive Cyber-Security John Thomas, Hideki Nomoto, Michihiro Matsumoto, Shigeyuki Kawana, Morihiro Kawamura , Shuichi Sato, Katsushi Sanda and Nancy Leveson (MIT, JAMSS, Toyota Motor Corp and Toyota Central R&D Labs)
23-From STPA-Sec to STPA-Priv: Leveraging STPA for Privacy Engineering pdf23 Stuart Shapiro (MITRE Corp.)
24-Understanding STPA-Sec through a Simple Roller Coaster Example pdf24 Colonel Bill Young (U.S. Air Force War College)
25-Evaluation of a Safety Engineering Approach for Software-Intensive Systems in the Automotive Domain: An Industrial Case Study (pdf) Asim Abdulkhaleq, Sebastian Vöst, Stefan Wagner, John Thomas (University of Stuttgart and BMW- Germany, MIT)
26-A STAMP-based Hazard Log for Use during Development and Operations pdf26 Andrea Scarinci and Alessandro Giusti (MIT and Alitalia Airlines-Italy)
27-A Different Look at the Entire Accident / Disaster Cycle affecting Safety of Complex Sociotechnical Systems by Using System-Theoretic Accident Model and Processes (STAMP) Model pdf27 Daniel Hartmann (Ben Gurion University-Israel)
28-How to Enhance Bowtie Analysis using STAMP pdf28 Simon Whiteley (Whiteley Safety Engineering-UK)
29-Using STAMP to Address Causes and Preventive Measures of Mid-Air Collisions in Visual Flight pdf29 Ioana Koglbauer (Technical University of Graz-Austria)
30-Systematic Review on STPA: Final Results pdf30 Carlos H.N. Lahoz and Synara R G Medeiros (Instituto de Aeronautica e Espaco IAE and Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica-Brazil)



1-Tool assisted Hazard Analysis and Requirement Generation based on STPA. John Thomas and Dajiang Suo (MIT)

2-Using STPA to Analyze Human Interactions with Engineered Systems.  Prof. Jao-Jia Horng (National Yulin Univ. of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

3-The Use of STAMP in the MH-17 Accident Investigation.  Elsabe Willeboordse (Dutch Safety Board, Netherlands)

4-Demo and Improvements to XSTAMPP Tool. Asim Abdulkhaleq and Stefan Wagner (University of Stuttgart, Germany)



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