Updated: Jul 17
Date/location: 28-30 June 2022, Bristol, UK
We are very pleased to announce the Perspectives in Hybrid Autonomous Systems Engineering (PHASE 2022) in-person symposium, which will bring together experts from academia and industry to discuss and debate what the next generations of autonomous systems will look like - systems that must be designed to have the human in or on the loop. Themes will range across human factors, systems, architecture, ethics, trust, robotics and autonomy. The 3-day programme will include a variety of keynote and contributing speakers, poster sessions, a conference banquet and drinks reception, all hosted in Bristol between 28-30 June 2022.
PLENARY SPEAKERS (CONFIRMED)
Missy Cummings (Duke University) Human-Computer Role Allocation in Safety Critical Systems with Embedded AI Verena Hafner (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) Prerequisites for an Artificial Self Simon Powers (Edinburgh Napier University) Working together and valuing each other – building deeply cooperative socio-technical systems Amanda Prorok (University of Cambridge) Deconfliction in Multi-Unit Systems: Communication, Explanation, and Fairness Sarvapali Ramchurn, (University of Southampton) Trustworthy Human-Machine Teaming Sarah Sharples (UK Department for Transport) Hybrid Autonomous Systems Engineering for Transport Anna Trujillo (NASA Langley Research Center) True Partnership: An Actual Human Machine Team Alan Winfield (UWE Bristol) The birth of a new standard: IEEE 7001-2021 on Transparency of Autonomous Systems Dandan Zhang (University of Bristol) Human-Robot Shared Control for Robotic Surgery Across Scales