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Introduction to System Safety Engineering and Management (nicht im SoSe 22)

NUMBER: 211039
SHORT: SSEM
MODULBEAUFTRAGTE:R: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu, B. Sc. Jakob Feldtkeller
LECTURER: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu
FACULTY: Fakultät für Informatik
LANGUAGE: Englisch
SWS: 2 SWS
CREDITS: 3 CP
WORKLOAD:
OFFERED IN: each summer semester

EXAMS

FORM: Projektarbeit. Studienbegleitend
ANMELDUNG: Di­rekt bei der Do­zen­tin bzw. dem Do­zen­ten
DATE: 0000-00-00
START: 00:00:00
DURATION:
ROOM:

LERNFORM

lec­tu­re with in­te­gra­ted tu­to­ri­als

LERNZIELE

On com­ple­ti­on of this block cour­se, par­ti­ci­pants will:
- un­der­stand risk, and the fac­tors in­flu­en­cing per­cep­ti­on and ac­cep­ta­bi­li­ty of risk;
- be able to give de­fi­ni­ti­ons of sa­fe­ty-re­la­ted ter­mi­no­lo­gy and di­s­cuss how the use of ter­mi­no­lo­gy va­ries bet­ween coun­tri­es and in­dus­tri­al sec­tors;
- have an un­der­stan­ding of ty­pi­cal sa­fe­ty-cri­ti­cal sys­tems li­fecy­cles and the roles of the major groups of tech­ni­ques wi­t­hin the li­fecy­cle.

CONTENT

This block cour­se pro­vi­des an in­tro­duc­tion to the basic con­cepts and prin­ci­ples of sys­tem sa­fe­ty, in­clu­ding risk, ha­za­rd, ac­ci­dents, and failu­re, and tech­ni­ques for sa­fe­ty ana­ly­sis and as­sess­ment. It also pro­vi­des a brief over­view of re­la­ted ma­te­ri­al, such as legal is­su­es, ma­nage­ment of sa­fe­ty cri­ti­cal pro­jects, and human fac­tors.

To­pics in­clu­de:
- In­tro­duc­tion to ac­ci­dents, ha­za­rds and risk;
- For­mal de­fi­ni­ti­ons of sa­fe­ty en­gi­nee­ring ter­mi­no­lo­gy;
- Legal and moral con­text;
- Sys­tem li­fecy­cles view of sa­fe­ty ac­tivi­ties;
- The con­cept of Sa­fe­ty Risk and ma­king de­ci­si­ons about risk;
- In­tro­duc­tion to Sa­fe­ty Cases;
- Over­view of sa­fe­ty ana­ly­sis tech­ni­ques;
- Sa­fe­ty-cri­ti­cal soft­ware;
- In­tro­duc­tion to Sa­fe­ty Cases;
- In­tro­duc­tion to Sa­fe­ty Ma­nage­ment

In the end, par­ti­ci­pants have to com­ple­te an as­sess­ment ap­pro­xi­mate­ly over the next six weeks which re­sults in the final grade for this cour­se.

Stu­dents can choo­se to only do a short as­sess­ment, which re­sults in un­g­ra­ded 2 CP for this cour­se (only as a free elec­tive cour­se), in­s­tead of 3 gra­ded CP (as a man­d­ato­ry elec­tive cour­se).

REQUIREMENTS CREDITS

Bestandene Modulabschlussprüfung

MISC INFORMATION

This cour­se is a of­fe­red as a block cour­se.