21st European Annual Conference on
Human Decision Making and Control
15th and 16th July 2002,
The Senate Room,
University of Glasgow.
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This is provisional and subject to revision.
Please note that the timings for presentations are quite short.
This is deliberate; to allow as many presentations as possible.
We had a large number of high quality submissions - many more than expected.
The final line-up of posters has still to be confirmed.
I will add the titles of the accepted submissions when I have heard from all of the presenters.
The workshop programme on the
Investigation and Reporting of Incidents and Accidents follows this conference.
Monday 15th July
Welcome and Introduction, Chris Johnson. University of Glasgow.
Paper Session 1: Error Detection in Aviation
Chair: Amy Pritchett, Georgie Institute of Technology.
Crossing the Boundaries of Safe Operation: Training for Error Detection and Error Recovery
N. Naikar and A. Saunders,
Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia.
Activity Tracking for Pilot Error Detection From Flight Data
Todd J. Callantine,
San Jose State University/NASA Ames Research Center, USA.
Paper Session 2: Pilot Cognition
Chair: Alistair Sutcliffe, UMIST.
Development and Preliminary Validation of a Cognitive Model of Commercial Airline Pilot Threat Management Behaviour
Simon Banbury, Cardiff University,
Helen Dudfield, QinetiQ Ltd,
Mike Lodge, British Airways, UK.
Pilot Control Behaviour in Paired Approaches
Steven Landry and Amy Pritchett,
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.
Predicting Pilot Error: Assessing the Performance of SHERPA
Neville A. Stanton, Mark S. Young, Paul Salmon, Brunel University,
Don Harris, Jason Demagalski, Cranfield University,
Andrew Marshall, Marshall Associates, UK,
Thomas Waldman, University of Limerick, Ireland.
Sidney Dekker, Linkoping University, Sweden.
Paper Session 3: Crew and Team-based Interaction in Aviation and Fire Fighting
Chair: Todd J. Callantine,
San Jose State University/NASA Ames Research Center.
Coordination within Work Teams in High-Risk Environment, Effects of Standardisation
Gudela Grote and Enikö Zala-Mezö,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETH), Switzerland.
Assessing Negative and Positive Dimensions of Safety: A Case Study of a New Air Traffic Controller-Pilot Task Allocation.
Laurence Rognin, Isabelle Grimaud, Eric Hoffman, Karim Zeghal,
Eurocontrol Experimental Centre and CRNA, France.
Head-Mounted Video Cued Recall: A Methodology for Detecting, Understanding and Minimising Error in the Control of Complex Systems
Mary Omodei, Latrobe University, Australia,
Jim McLennan, Swinburn University of Technology, Australia
Alexander Wearing, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Paper Session 4: Function Allocation and the Perception of Risk
Chair: Erik Hollnagel, University of Linkoping, Sweden.
Tool Support for Scenario Based Function Allocation
Alistair Sutcliffe, Jae-Eun Shin, Andreas Gregoriades,
University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK.
Time-Related Trade-Offs in Dynamic Function Scheduling
Michael Hildebrandt, Michael Harrison, University of York, UK.
An Examination of Risk Manager's Perceptions of Medical Incidents
Michele Jeffcott, Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow, UK.
Tuesday 16th July
Close, hand-over to EAM 2003, presentation of best presentation award.
Chair: Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow.
Paper Session 5: Intensive Care and Surgery
Chair: Sue Bogner,
Inst. for Study of Medical Error, USA.
User Adaptation of Medical Devices: The Reality and the Possibilities
Rebecca Randell, University of Glasgow.
Introducng Intelligent Systems in the Intensive Care Unit: A Human Centred Approach
M. Melles, A. Freudenthal, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
C.A.H.M. Bouwman, Groningen University Hospital, Netherlands.
Evaluation of the Surgical Process During Joint Replacements
Joanne JP Minekus, Jenny Dankelman, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
Paper Session 6: Constraints and Context Sensitivity in Control
Chair: Penny Sanderson, University of Queensland, Australia.
Human Machine Issues in Automotive Safety: Preliminary Assessment of the Interface of an Anti-Collision Support System
P.C. Cacciabue, E. Donato, S. Rossano,
European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Italy
Designing Transgenerational Usability in an Intelligent Thermostat by Following an Empirical Model of Domestic Appliance Usage
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
Introduction in the Ecology of Spatio-Temporal Affordances in Airspace
An L.M. Abeloos, Max Mulder, René (M.M.) van Paassen,
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
Modelling Control Situations for the Design of Context-Sensitive Human-Machine Systems
Johannes Petersen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark.
Paper Session 7: Team Coordination and Competence
Chair: Carlo Cacciabue, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Italy.
A Formative Approach to Designing Teams for First-of-a-Kind, Complex Systems
Neelam Naikar , Brett Pearce, Dominic Drumm, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia
Penelope M. Sanderson, University of Queensland, Australia.
Crew Competence in Bulk Carriers
Steve Harding, UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency, UK.
Qualitative Analysis of Visualisation Requirements for Improved Campaign Assessment and Decision Making in Command and Control
Claire Macklin, Shan Cook, QinetiQ, UK.
Malcolm J. Cook, Carol S. Angus, Corrine S.G. Adams, Robbie Cooper, University of Abertay, UK.
Paper Session 8: Alarms, Barriers and Defences
Chair: Peter Wieringa, Delft University of Technology.
Model-Based Principles for Human-Centred Alarm Principles
Steven T. Shorrock, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), UK,
Richard Scaife, Alan Cousins, National Air Traffic Services, UK.
Toward a Decision Making Support of Barrier Removal
Zhicheng Zhang, Philippe Polet, Frédéric Vanderhaegen
University of Valenciennes, France.
The Control of Unpredictable Systems
Björn Johansson, Erik Hollnagel & Ĺsa Granlund, University of Linköping, Sweden.
Wednesday 17th-Friday 19th July:
Workshop on the Investigation and Reporting of Incidents and Accidents
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Visiting the University of Glasgow?
For any further details contact:
Department of Computer Science,
University of Glasgow,
Glasgow, G12 8QJ,
tel.: +44 141 330 6053
fax.: +44 141 330 4913
This workshop is organised by the Glasgow Accident Analysis Group,
Department of Computing Science, at University