This IET event is running on 21-22 October 2019 at the Savoy Place, London
This year, we welcome proposals for both presentations and workshops, making it the ideal opportunity to place your ideas in front of a specialist audience and establish yourself as someone who is influencing the future of safety and security engineering.
This year’s themes are related to the safety and security challenges of applying emergent and new technologies in critical systems. Core topics are:
*AI/ML: how do you meet the safety and security challenges for critical systems?
*Cloud, multi-core and novel technologies in critical systems
*The challenges for Regulation, Certification and Accreditation of critical systems
*Vulnerabilities, threats and solutions to cyber security in safety-critical systems
*The human factors of cyber security and safety
Contributions deadline: 15 June 2019
Please send your abstract (up to 500 words) to the Event Producer – Olexander Hryb by 15 June 2019.
Your abstract will be reviewed by the conference committee and your place will be confirmed by 30 June (workshops could be confirmed as soon as submitted).
Tutorial fee (Workshop day on 21 October 2018)
Member – £209
Non-member – £229
Conference early bird fee (on or before 1 September 2018)
Member – £545
Non-member – £645
Conference standard registration fees (from 2 September 2018)
IET/supporting organisation member – £595
Non-member – £695
Student – £459