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                SAFECOMP 2002
                The 21st International Conference on
                Computer Safety, Reliability and Security
                Catania, Italy, 10-13 September 2002, Catania, Italy
                http://www.safecomp.org/

Co-located and Coordinated with

                ECCE 11 - Cognition, Culture and Design
                Eleventh European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
                Catania, Italy, 8-11 September 2002
                http://www.ecce.info/

----------------- Program & Call For Participation -----------------

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE & PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

SAFECOMP 2002 will be held on 10-13 September 2002 in Catania, Italy.
The
European Workshop on Industrial Computer Systems, TC 7 on Reliability,
Safety, and Security (EWICS TC7) established SAFECOMP in 1979.
http://www.ewics.org/

Since its establishment SAFECOMP, the series of conferences on Computer
Safety, Reliability and Security, has contributed to the progress of the

state of the art in dependable applications of computer systems.
SAFECOMP
provides ample opportunity to exchange insights and experience in
emerging
methods and practical experience across the borders of different
disciplines. Previous SAFECOMPs have already registered the need for
multidisciplinarity in order better to understand dependability of
computer-based systems in which human factors still remain a major
criticality. SAFECOMP 2002 further addresses multidisciplinarity by
collaborating and coordinating its annual activities with the Eleventh
European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE-11).

SAFECOMP 2002 and ECCE-11 have jointly organized an industry panel on
Human-Computer System Dependability.

Panel Moderators:
- Sandro Bologna (ENEA, I)
- Erik Hollnagel (CSELAB, University of Link=F6ping, S)

Panellists:
- Christopher Bartlett (BAE SYSTEMS, UK)
- Helmut Bezecny (Dow,D)
- Bj=F8rn Axel Gran (Institute For Energy Technology, NO)
- Dino De Luca (NOKIA, I)
- Bernard Pavard (GRIC-IRIT, Paul Sabatier University, F)
- Job Rutgers (Philips Design, NL)

The cross-fertilization among different scientific communities and
industry
supports the achievement of long-term results contributing to the
integration of multidisciplinary experience in order to improve the
design
and deployment of dependable computer-based systems. SAFECOMP 2002
addresses
the need to broaden the scope of disciplines contributing to
dependability.

The SAFECOMP 2002 program consists of 27 refereed papers plus three
invited
Keynote Talks.

KEYNOTE TALKS

- John C. Knight (University of Virginia, US)
``Software Challenges in Aviation Systems''

- Bev Littlewood (City University, UK)
``On Diversity, and the Elusiveness of Independence''

- Andrea Servida (European Commission)
``Dependability in the Information Society: getting ready for the FP6''

TUTORIALS

Tutorial 1
``Safety Case Management''
Tim Kelly (University of York, UK)

Tutorial 2
``Methods for Dependability Analyses of Software Intensive Systems''
Gerald
Sonneck (ARCS, A)

Tutorial 3
``Critical Systems Development with UML''
Jan J=FCrjens (Munich University of Technology, D)

EXHIBITION and TOOL FAIR

A dedicated space will be organized for Exhibition and Tool Fair.
Organizations requiring to show their own stands and products should
register as exhibitors.

REGISTRATION
To register please download the registration form from the SAFECOMP 2002
web
site

http://www.safecomp.org/

or contact [log in to unmask]

EARLY REGISTRATION by July 31st

ACCOMMODATION
For details about accommodation in Catania and travel information please

refer to travel information pages into the SAFECOMP 2002 web site. To
obtain
the negotiated conference rates contact your hotel using ECCE-SAFECOMP
booking form (available for download from the conference web pages)

ECCE-11
The main theme of ECCE-11 is Cognition, Culture and Design.
The ECCE-11 program consist of:
- 1 Panel Session
- 27 Papers, and
- 19 Visual Presentations
Please find further information about the ECCE-11 program into the
conference web site.

http://www.ecce.info/

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Massimo Felici

Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science
Division of Informatics
The University of Edinburgh
James Clerk Maxwell Building
The King's Buildings
Mayfield Road
Edinburgh EH9 3JZ
United Kingdom

Telephone:    +44 - 131 - 6505899
Fax:          +44 - 131 - 6677209
E-Mail:       [log in to unmask]
URL address:  http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/mas/
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