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Joint Sessions

During ESREL 2022, we will collaborate with other organisations to provide a number of joint sessions, details of which will be listed below. 

Please note that separate registration may be required to attend these meetings. 

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The International Workshop on Autonomous Systems Safety (IWASS) ​
Sunday 28 August, 13.00

The International Workshop on Autonomous Systems Safety (IWASS) is an invitation-only event that gathers key experts in autonomous systems safety from academia, industry, and regulatory agencies.

IWASS aims to identify common challenges related to safety, reliability, and security (SRS) of autonomous systems, covering autonomous maritime, marine, land vehicles, and aerospace systems, and to discuss and propose possible solutions for the identified challenges.

For more information about IWASS, click here.

Separate registration (invite-only)  will be required to attend this meeting. 

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Human Mental Workload: Models and Applications within ESREL 2022

Invited Keynote speaker:

“A neuroergonomics approach to improve human-machine teaming in safety critical domains”

 

Prof. Frederic Dehais, Neuroergonomics & Human Factors Lab, DCAS

Holder of the AXA Neuroergonomics Chaire & ANITI Neuroadaptive technology chair

ISAE-SUPAERO, Toulouse, France

 

We invite submissions on previously unpublished research work in the area of human mental workload. Within the context of ESREL 2022 this Joint session is a dedicated event for discussion of emerging research on mental workload and its models and application, and will bring together researchers from different domains including human factors, computer science, psychology, education, neuroscience, health-care, universal design. The event this year will run jointly with the European Safety and Reliability Conference ESREL 2022 so application and focus on safety critical domains are particularly welcomed. Submissions covering all sectors and disciplines are welcome and can be proposed as a paper, extended abstract following the ESREL template. Example areas include but are not limited to:

 

  • Mental workload theory and frameworks

  • Measurement of mental workload

  • Mental workload in context

  • Applications of mental workload in practice

  • Mental workload in safety critical domains

 

All accepted papers will be published in the digital conference proceedings and best papers will be published in a special issue.

Separate registration is not required for the H-Workload sessions