The Summer School on Critical Systems Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems offers
- lectures delivered by experts from academy and industry providing a clear and in-depth summary of state-of-the-art research in Critical Systems Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems in different challenging domains and
- visit of scenarios in our driving simulator, ship bridge simulator and reanimation simulator and care lab that gives a first-hand experience on the challenges and design aspects of engineering cooperation between humans and technical systems in critical domains.
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Drive Me – Designing for Automated Driving
- Martin Fränzle, University of Oldenburg, Germany: “Extending System Verification Across the Human-CPS Boundary”
- Andrew Kun, University of New Hampshire, USA: “Modeling Driver Workload and Belief in Automation”
- Chris Janssen, Utrecht University, “Automated driving: why would we care about the human?”
Driving Simulator: Designing take-over requests for automated driving
Save Me – Design for safety-critical medical technology
- Guest Talk: “Designing for team training in social-technical medical systems”
- Rainer Röhrig, University of Oldenburg, Germany: „Human failure in medicine – Improving patient safety through healthcare IT”
- Susanne Boll, University of Oldenburg: “Designing multimodal alarm systems in Intensive Care units”
Patient Simulator: Crew resource management in critical care situations (pre-hospital emergence / emergency medicine)
Visit and demo of the Neuro-imaging Unit at the University of Oldenburg combined with a reception
Chaired by Prof. Jochem Rieger
We will make a tour through the Neuro-Imaging Unit including fNIRs, Magnetoezephalography (MEG), Magnet-Resonance-Tomography (MRT) by researchers from applied neuro-cognitive psychology and experimental psychology.
We invite the participants to a nice social dinner in the picturesque center of Oldenburg.
September 29th, 2017
On high seas – Situation Awareness in Systems of Systems (SAMS)
- Prof. Axel Hahn, University of Oldenburg: “Modeling and Simulation of Maritime Operations”
- Prof. Wen Yuanqiao, School of Navigation, Wuhan University of Technology, China: “Maritime Situation Awareness and its Application in Maritime safety”.
- Dr. Jin H. Park, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Oceans Engineering (KRISO), Daejeon, South Korea : “Time-Series Distance Graph (TSDG): for better detection of collision with many target ships”
Ship Bridge Simulator: Attention guidance in complex large cyber-physical systems with head-mounted devices
POSTER & LUNCH
The students will have the opportunity to bring posters from their research work .
Care for me – Designing for Assistance Systems in Care
- Prof. Andreas Hein, Department of Public Health, University of Oldenburg, Germany: “Ambient Assistance Systems for Ambulant Care”
- Dr. Serge Autexier, DFKI Bremen, Germany: “Safety in Personal Health Assistance”
Care Robot and Intelligent Environments: Designing for shared-control in care and nursing environments