2021 STAMP Workshop Program

2021 MIT STAMP Workshop Dates: June 21-30, 2021 (held virtually)
Time: 11am-1pm EDT each day
Cost: Free!
Quick links:
- What is the MIT STAMP Workshop?
- 2021 STAMP Workshop General Info
- 2021 STAMP Workshop Registration
- 2021 STAMP Workshop Program / Presentations
- 2021 STAMP Workshop FAQ


Tutorials

Most of the tutorials are already recorded and can be viewed at any time. The tutorials introduce the basic concepts behind STAMP, STPA, and CAST so that newcomers can follow the live presentations throughout the workshop. If you are not familiar with STAMP, STPA, or CAST, it is recommended that you view the tutorials before the live sessions.

Note that the tutorials and the workshop are not training classes.

View Tutorials

Workshop Schedule

The workshop will be held virtually from 11am-1pm EDT each day on June 21-30, 2021. When you register, you will receive a link to attend.

All times below are Boston Time (EDT).

Printable workshop schedule

Legend
Tutorial
Interesting Uses Spotlight
Regular Presentation
Lightning Talk
Panel Session

Monday, June 21

11:00-11:20  Welcome, Introduction, and New Developments
11:20-12:40  Tutorial: Identifying Leading Indicators
Nancy Leveson (MIT)
12:40-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Tuesday, June 22

11:00-11:05  Workshop Overview

11:05-11:10  A Sensor Architecture View of the System Control Loop
Kristin Nelson-Patel (Akamai Technologies)
11:10-12:40  Tutorial: Enhancing Human Factors Analysis
John Thomas (MIT)
12:40-12:55  Security Policy
William Young (US Air Force)
12:55-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Wednesday, June 23

11:00-11:05  Workshop Overview

11:05-11:10  Safety-Guided Design: Integrating STPA into the Systems Engineering Process for the Safety of Remote Health Workers
Ashley Brooks (Imperial College London), Prof. Washington Ochieng (Imperial College London)
11:10-11:30  Introducing STAMP to a major health organisation
Wallace Grimmett (MATER)

(slides)
11:40-12:00  Effectiveness of CAST, 5M and HFACS in Accident Investigation and Prevention
Guenter Kaefer (Austrian Air Force), KOGLBAUER Ioana (Graz University of Technology, Austria)

(slides)
12:10-12:30  STPA at Google
Tim Falzone (Google), John Thomas (MIT)

(slides)
12:40-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Thursday, June 24

11:00-11:05  Workshop Review and Overview

11:05-11:10  An STPA on OpenAPS - a Linux medical device
Milan Lakhani (Codethink), Kate Stewart (Linux Foundation)
11:10-11:30  Leveraging STPA to Create an Improved Risk Matrix
Sam Yoo and Dro Gregorian (MIT)

(slides)
11:40-12:00  STPA Return on Investment – An Industry Perspective
Marc Nance (Boeing Retired, STAMP Engineering Services), Mark Vernacchia (General Motors), Lori Smith (Boeing Retired, STAMP Engineering Services)

(slides)
12:10-12:15  Industrialization Panel Speaker
Gus Larard (Air Hong Kong/Cathay Pacific)

12:15-12:20  Introducing STAMP/STPA at Embraer
Viana Tavares (Embraer)

(slides)
12:20-12:25  Industrialization Panel Speaker
Mark A Vernacchia (General Motors)
12:25-01:00  Panel Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Friday, June 25

11:00-11:10  Workshop Review and Overview

11:10-11:30  Analyzing national responses to COVID-19 pandemic using STPA
Shufeng Chen (WMG, University of Warwick)

(slides)
11:40-12:00  STPA in Support of Next-Gen Automotive E/E Architecture Development
Sandro Nüesch (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH), Christoph Ainhauser (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH), Gereon Hinz, Odysseas Papanikolaou, Diego Ortiz (STTech GmbH)

(slides)
12:10-12:30  STPA Applied Before the SolarWinds Attack
Michael Bear (BAE), John Thomas (MIT), William Young (USAF)
12:40-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Monday, June 28

11:00-11:05  Workshop Review and Overview

11:05-11:10  Calculating Safety Level in Real Time: An extension of STPA
Apostolos Zeleskidis (Democritus University of Thrace), Ioannis M. Dokas (Democritus University of Thrace), Basil Papadopoulos (Democritus University of Thrace)
11:10-11:30  Applying STPA in development of autonomous container handling machinery
Eetu Heikkilä (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.)

(slides)
11:40-12:00  Key Safety Indicators using STPA
Stuart Williams (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

(slides)
12:10-12:20  Consideration of STPA in Civil Aviations
Eric M Peterson (Federal Aviation Administration), Linh Le (Federal Aviation Administration)

(slides)
12:20-12:30  Hazard Analysis of Teaming Systems
Andrew Kopeikin (MIT)

(slides)
12:30-12:40  Incorporating STPA into DoD Acquisition Program (GSBD)
Drake Mailes (USAF)

(slides)
12:40-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Tuesday, June 29

11:00-11:05  Workshop Review and Overview

11:05-11:10  Are You Having Success with Machine Learning?
Michael Schmid (MIT)
11:10-11:30  Safety analysis of interoperability conformance profiles in Medical Information Exchange
Jens Weber (University of Victoria)

(slides)
11:40-12:00  Safety Analysis of a Low-cost Insulin Infusion Pump using STPA: A Case Study with Brazilian Company
Aldo Martinazzo (Federal University of São Paulo), Luiz Eduardo Martins (Federal University of São Paulo), Tatiana Cunha (Federal University of São Paulo), Sebastião Vagner Aredes (DeltaLife)

(slides)
12:10-12:20  STPA Results From Agility Prime (Flying Cars)
Matthew Aust (US Air Force), Elizabeth Pennington (US Air Force), William Young (US Air Force)
12:20-12:30  Safety analysis for an in-wheel electric motor powertrain
Joaquim Maria Castella Triginer (Virtual Vehicle), Helmut Martin (Virtual Vehicle)
12:30-12:40  Using STPA to address challenges in achieving SOTIF
Amardeep Sidhu

(slides)
12:40-01:00  Airliner loading error - who’s fault?
Gus Larard (Air Hong Kong/Cathay Pacific)

01:00-01:20  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

Wednesday, June 30

11:00-11:10  Workshop Review and Overview

11:10-11:30  STPA Evaluation of Potential Conflicts between Large Commercial Air Traffic and Small Uncrewed Aircraft Systems in the Terminal Airspace
Paul Stanley (Boeing), Victor Arcos Barraquero (Boeing)

(slides)
11:40-11:50  Discussion on STPA validation, replicability and analyst bias
Idoaldo Lima (RWTH Aachen)

(slides)
11:50-12:00  Cybersecurity Incident Analysis by CAST using the Report of Unauthorized Access to the Information System
Tomoko Kaneko (National Institute of Informatics)

(slides)
12:10-12:20  Applying CAST to Human Error Related Manufacturing Mishaps Primary Contact for the Abstract
Jess Reid (Boeing), Emily Howard, PhD (Boeing), Kyle Ryan (Boeing)

(slides)
12:20-12:30  Using STPA to identify conflicts in coal mining safety procedures
Alicja Krzemień (GIG Research Institute), Stanisław Prusek (GIG Research Institute)

(slides)
12:30-12:40  Open STPA with RAAML and Gaphor
Dan Yeaw (Ford Motor Company), Kyle Post (Ford Motor Company)

(slides)
12:40-01:00  Open Discussion
(Note: Folks who want to continue the discussion past the scheduled end may choose to do so)

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