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Luis Pedro Cobos Yelavives, ESR14 (Horiba-Mira)

Luis Pedro Cobos is an early stage researcher for the ETN-SAS ESR 14 project. This research will be conducted at Horiba-Mira and in collaboration with the university of Coventry. His main activity will focus on the dependability (in safety and security) of the autonomous vehicle Luis Pedro is a Spanish researcher, he graduated as biomedical engineer at the UPC in ...

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Network Wide Event in Toulouse: behind the scenes

When you attend a conference or an event you enjoy what others have prepared and do not think that it is just the tip of the iceberg of months of work. This post will uncover the work and preparation leading to the event, giving a different perspective from the previous blog post about the SAS Network Wide Event I (NWE) ...

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The Challenge of Managing a PhD

What is the key challenge to successfully conduct a PhD? Being smart and creative? Having a high level of commitment? Writing a lot of high-quality scientific papers? The answer is simple: No. Here I explain why.

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Leuven AI Law & Ethics Conference (LAILEC)

The KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law is organizing the second edition of its Leuven AI Law & Ethics Conference (LAILEC) – #LAILEC2020. The event will take place on 18 February 2020 in Leuven (Belgium).

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My First International Conference: ISSRE 2019

The first conference is a moment of discovery for a researcher, repaying months of hard work, revealing how the academic world works, and generating new ideas for the papers of tomorrow from discussions with peers. A conference is also a place where industry and academia can meet and join forces to solve problems relevant to both worlds.

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The Case for Safety Analysis

Summarizing, wrong assumptions while designing safety features, cruising in an uncertain and dynamic environment, while blatantly carrying out operational misuse are the prime suspects for the fall of the giant. I call them “The Usual Suspects” as they are still persistent to challenge safety in today’s systems.

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