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    the Functional RESONANCE ANALYSIS METHOD

    The 14th FRAMily Meeting/Workshop in Kyoto, Japan

    FRAMily 2020

    The 14th International Workshop on the Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) will be held by Japan Manned Space Systems Corpration (JAMSS) and Kyoto University on November 16 - 18 2020 in Kyoto, Japan.The workshop is shceduled to begin with an optional half-day FRAM tutorial on November 16,and continue with two full days of meetings and discussions on November 17&18.

    Information

    Date November 16 - 18, 2020
    Venue SODOH Higashiyama
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    Aim of the workshop

    The aim of these workshops, affectionately referred to as the FRAMily meetings, is to share experiences from research and practice using the FRAM for systems modelling, event and safety analyses, design, or similar applications. Users are encouraged to share their experiences of strength and weaknesses of the method and to provide ideas for further developments.

    Participation

    The workshop was open to everyone regardless of their level of experience with the FRAM; the topics of the workshop addressed the uses of the FRAM in a variety of fields. As with previous workshops, this one featured the FRAM in safety investigations, risk analyses, work studies, performance management, planning, and design in different industries as well as academia.

    Participating in these workshops provides an opportunity to:
    • Discuss and exchange experiences on the use of the FRAM for modelling and analysing socio-technical systems.
    • Receive support on individual FRAM applications and industry projects.
    • Learn about the latest developments and application areas of the FRAM, including the FMV (FRAM Model Visualiser).
    • Get a broader perspective on the potential of the FRAM for other applications.
    Scientific Organising Committee
    • Erik Hollnagel
    • David Slater
    • Jeanette Hounsgaard
    • Pedro Ferreira
    Local Organising Committee
    • Tetsuo Sawaragi
    • Hideki Nomoto
    • Takayuki Hirose
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