Paul Hampton, Logica UK
From: Safety-critical Systems Symposium, 08 February 2012, Bristol
08 February 2012 Manufacturing channel
The 20th annual Safety-critical Systems Symposium, including topics such as goal-based safety standards, safety and cyber defence, bayesian belief networks for dependability cases, developing and validating safety critical software, railway safety decision making, EMC for functional safety and safety of unmanned aerial systems.
Paul joined Logica in 1990 after graduating with a 1st Class Honours degree in Mathematics. In his early career he had several hands-on technical roles including network communications, systems integration and software development but then moved on to technical team leading, technical architecture and design. In later years he joined the company's Solutions Architecture practice designing and delivering enterprise systems for high profile clients in some of the company's largest programmes. As a company champion for professional development, he achieved Chartered IT Professional status with the BCS in 2005 and went on to achieve Chartered Engineer status in 2007. In 2009 he expanded his expertise into Systems Safety where he now fulfils the safety engineering roles on a number of projects including national government and medical decision support systems. In 2010 he was appointed as Business Safety Manager across the Logica UK commercial sector business. In this capacity he oversees governance and assurance of Logica's Safety Related projects in sectors such as Transport, Telecoms, Energy & Utilities, and Civil Aviation.