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Last modified September 15, 2017.

The conference will begin at 12:30 on Wednesday 13th of September 2017 with welcome meeting in Auditorium V101 at Reykjavik University. The tutorials will start at 13:00 – in two different sessions.

The conference will take place in Auditorium V101, both Thursday, September 14, and Friday, September 15 2017.

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Nancy Leveson, Professor at MIT

Dr. Thorvaldur (Thor) Thordarson, Professor at University of Iceland 

Wednesday, September 13 2017:
12:30-12:50 Room V101 - Welcome and  Introduction - Dr Ari Kristinn Jónsson
  Workshop and Tutorials, 2 sessions in Rooms M104 and M105:
13:00-15:16 STAMP - Room V102
Dr Robert Jan de Boer, AUAS
STPA - Room M103
Dr John Thomas, MIT

 (Due to unforeseen circumstances the workshop "Early Sign Indicators" tutorial is cancelled)
Thursday, September 14 2017 - Room V101:
09:15-10:00 Key-note 1
Dr. Nancy Leveson, Professor at MIT
10:00-10:45 Key-note 2
Dr. Thor Thordarson, Professor at University of Iceland
10:45-11:00 Coffee/Tea
11:00-11:30 A STAMP-based approach for designing maritime safety management systems
Osiris A. Valdez Banda and Floris Goerlandt
   Room V101 - Session1 :                                                Room M208 - Session 2:
11:30-12:00 Maritime Spatial Planning as a tool for ecosystem-based adaptive safety management of maritime transportation system in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea)
Robert Aps, Mihhail Fetissov, Floris Goerlandt, Pentti Kujala, Are Piel and John Thomas
Extending the Human-controller methodology in Railway System Accident Analysis based on STAMP
Chenling Li, Tao Tang, Ru Niu, Maria Chatzimichailidou and Patrick Waterson
12:00-12:30 A method for uncertainty assessment and communication in safety-driven design. A case study of unmanned merchant vessel
Krzysztof Wróbel and Jakub Montewka
CAST Analysis of Railroad Accidents in Switzerland
Monika Reif, Martin Moser, Gregor Schibig and Sven Stefan Krauss
12:30-13:30 Lunch at Reykjavik University
13:30-14:00 Classification of causal factors of major maritime accidents
Romanas Puisa, Lin Lin and Dracos Vassalos
Applying STPA to Actuation Systems of Automated Vehicles
Torben Stolte, Gerrit Bagschik and Markus Maurer
14:00-14:30 Safety case of unmanned cargo aircraft during an international test flight
Robert de Boer and Hans Heerkens
Missing no Interaction- Using STPA for Identifying Hazardous Interactions of Automated Driving Systems
Asim Abdulkhaleq, Markus Baumeister, Hagen Böhmert and Stefan Wagner
14:30-15:00 Developing regulatory principles with the help of STAMP
David Wotton

15:00 Social event starts (optional): Get on bus – drive to HELLISHEIDI geo-thermal power station 
16:00-17:00 Guided tour in HELLISHEIDI geo-thermal power station
by Dr Gretar Ívarsson 
17:00 With bus to HARPA concert hall – and restaurant BJÖRTULOFT
18:00 Arrival at HARPA
19:00-23:00 Evening dinner at BJÖRTULOFT on 7th floor in HARPA - social networking
Friday, September 15 2017 - Room V101:

Comparing Reliability Assessment in Transmission System Operation with the STAMP Model - Invited speaker from sponsor Landsnet
Samuel Perkin and Íris Baldursdóttir

09:00-09:30 Addressing Cyber Hazards in Nuclear Power Plants with STPA-Informed Fault Tree Analysis
Andrew Clark, Adam Williams and Timothy Wheeler
09:30-10:00 Evaluation and Adoption of the STAMP Framework in Cyber Security Contexts
Geoff Eden and John Young
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea
10:30-11:00 STAMP-based Approach to Codifying the Lessons-learned from a Massive Leak of Personal Information from Japan Pension Service
Shigeru Kusakabe
11:30-12:00 Tackling corruption with STPA-Sec
David Wotton
12:00-12:30 Extending STPA hazard analysis guidance to interactions with human
Keisuke Toyama, Yukihiro Mihara, Takashi Kawano and Shigeru Kanemoto
12:30-13:30 Lunch at Reykjavik University
13:30-14:00 STPA in the European academic and industrial applications
A Titanic or an opportunity?: Asim Abdulkhaleq, Maria Mikela Chatzimichailidou and Lorena Pelegrin Alvarez
14:00-14:30 Documentation of Assumptions During the Application of STPA
Nektarios Karanikas
14:30-15:00 Modelling Multiple Levels of Abstraction in Hierarchical Control Structures
Martin Rejzek, Svana Helen Björnsdóttir and Sven Stefan Krauss
15:00-15:30 Coffee/Tea
15:30-16:00 STPA Software Module - A Eurostars Funded Software Project  with Software Presentation
Jianfei Zheng, Christopher Robert Brown, Svana Helen Björnsdóttir, Martin Rejzek
16:00-16:30 Systems theoretic hazard analysis (STPA) applied to a radiotherapy process - first steps and lessons learned
Natalia Silvis-Cividjian, Wilko Verbakel and Marjan Admiraal
16:30-17:00 Risk management of medical innovation processes: Comparison of the use of ISO 31000, ISO 14971 and STAMP for microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees
Rögnvaldur J. Sæmundsson, Svana Helen Björnsdóttir, Helga Einarsdóttir and Páll Jensson
17:00-17:30 Closing speech from sponsor Landsvikjun's CEO and Discussion
Hörður Arnarson

Social event – optional, total cost 15.000 ISK pro person:

For those participating in the whole ESW 2017 program, both the conference guests and their spouses are invited to a social event and dinner. This social event will start on Thursday afternoon, right after the last presentation of that day, and it will continue in the evening.

Those participating in the social event will leave Reykjavik University at 15:30 in the afternoon with a bus on a guided tour to a HELLISHEIDI geothermal power plant, near Reykjavik. There we will visit an exhibition and explore the utilization of geothermal energy in Iceland. This is really worth seeing. Dr Gretar Ívarsson will guide us there.

Read more about HELLISHEIDI geothermal power plant:

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After the visit to HELLISHEIDI geothermal power plant, the bus will take the group to HARPA Concert Hall at Reykjavik harbor, right in Reykjavik city center.

HARPA is one of Reykjavik‘s greatest and distinguished landmarks. It is a cultural and social centre in the heart of the city and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean. HARPA is an enchanting destination for intrigued travellers and its grand-scale award-winning architecture attracts millions of guests every year since its opening on May 4, 2011.

At HARPA we will have a buffet-style dinner at the top floor ‘Björtuloft', with a stunning view over the harbor and Reykjavik city.

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