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Call for abstracts: ISSAV/ESWC 2019 (UPDATE: Deadline extended!)

Submit your abstract for the International Seminar on Safety and Security of Autonomous Vessels and European STAMP Workshop and Conference.
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Aalto University is is hosting the second edition of the International Seminar on Safety and Security of Autonomous Vessels (ISSAV) together with the seventh edition of the European STAMP Workshop and Conference (ESWC) in September 2019.

ISSAV promotes all aspects of maritime safety and security in the context of autonomous vessels. The seminar focuses on exchanging knowledge about key safety and security challenges and opportunities in the context of autonomous vessels and the autonomous maritime ecosystem. ESWC focuses on applications and studies related to the Systems-Theoretic Accident Model and Processes (STAMP) which is a relatively new systems-thinking approach to engineering safer systems.

The extended deadline for submitting your abstract for ISSAV & ESWC 2019 is 15 May 2019. Refer to the templates below for guidelines for preparing your text.

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For more information on ISSAV and ESWC 2019, visit the event page below.

ISSAV/ESWC 2019

International Seminar on Safety and Security of Autonomous Vessels (ISSAV) and European STAMP Workshop and Conference (ESWC) 2019

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