Peter Ladkin, University of Bielefeld CITEC and Causalis Limited, Germany
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.
Peter Bernard Ladkin has degrees from Oxford and the University of California, Berkeley, in Mathematics, Philosophy and Logic. He worked in California, in Logic, AI, and Software Verification, before returning to Europe, where he has specialised in system safety. His methods Why-Because Analysis for incident and accident analysis and Ontological Hazard Analysis for hazard analysis are in industrial use, as also with his tech-transfer company Causalis. He is a member of the German standards committee DKE GK 914 for functional safety of E/E/PE systems and chairs the DKE committee AK 353.0.5 for the risk analysis of recharging systems for electric road vehicles.