1 Risø National Laboratory, Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark2 Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark3 unknown
The research training network Analysis Design and Validation of Interactive Safety-critical and Error-tolerant Systems (ADVISES) focus on coaching and supervising Post Docs and Ph.D. students. The main objective is to provide a multi-disciplinary researchtraining that can combat the impact of human error during the design, operation and management of safety-critical, interactive systems. Additionally, the exchange of knowledge, practices, tools and experience between adjacent (but still too distinct)disciplines can lead to the efficient integration of complementary research methods. Ultimately, it is hoped that this will contribute to a new and more unified research agenda for the development of safety-critical, interactive systems. One of thetraining instruments is the Young Researchers Workshop, which is arranged and coordinated by the young researchers themselves. It is an event where the young researchers have opportunity to present their work based on paper submissions. At this firstworkshop a series of papers, three of these is included in this proceedings. The first paper by Sandra Basnyat and Philippe Palanque, argues that in order to reduce the occurrence of erroneous events in the design of safety-critical interactive systems itis necessary to apply formal description techniques for task and human error modeling and to extend information usually represented in a standard task model to explicitly express user deviations. The second paper by Bastiaan A. Schupp, emphasize thatcurrent approaches to integrating human factors issues in the development of safety critical systems appear is not fully sufficient and argues for creating a safety architecture based on a Safety Modeling Language, which uses barriers to prevent of stopundesired effects. The third paper by Alexandre Alapetite is a position paper on voice recognition in multimodal systems focusing on a case study of anesthesia patient journal. In emergency situations during anesthesia, when doctors and nurses are busyand maybe stressed, the registration process is delayed. This is a problem, because postponing the registration often leads to uncertainty, inaccuracy and other errors. It is argued that multimodal systems in a non-intrusive way can support suchactivities.