The annual one-week Summer Safety and Reliability Seminars are organised to develop advanced methods of safety and reliability analysis of complex systems and processes and to disseminate the newest achievements in the field. The subjects of the seminars vary from year to year, as chosen by the Scientific Boards in an effort to dynamically represent the methodological advancements developed to meet the newly arising challenges in the field of safety and reliability.
Contributions are in the form of 1-2 hours lectures on advanced methods (with corresponding full text of up to 12 pages) and technical papers of 20-30 minutes on applications of such methods (with corresponding full text of up to 8 pages).
The full texts of all accepted lectures and technical papers will be collected in the form of SSARS Proceedings to be distributed to the participants as a reference textbook.
Lectures will be presented during the plenary sessions and the technical papers during the seminar sessions. Potential improvements of the works presented will be thoroughly discussed with the aim of achieving the quality for publication in relevant scientific journals.