International conference on reliability, safety and security of railway systems:
modelling, analysis, verification and certification - RSSRail 2019
June 4-6, 2019, Lille, France
Call for Participation

We would like to invite you to participate in the RSSRail 2019 conference aiming
to bring together researchers and engineers interested in building critical 
applications and systems. This will be a working conference in which research
challenges and progress will be discussed and evaluated by both researchers and
engineers, focusing on their potential to be deployed in industrial settings.

Conference Chairs:
Simon Collart-Dutilleul, IFSTTAR, France
Thierry Lecomte, ClearSy, France
Alexander Romanovsky, Newcastle University, UK

The conference programme includes three invited talks, eighteen technical papers
and four mini-tutorials.

These are the invited talks:
-Airy Magnien (UIC, France) RailTopoModel - a cornerstone to foster the 
federation of railway digital models
-Alessandro Fantechi (University of Florence, Italy). Connected or autonomous 
-Cedric Blin (Ansaldo STS, France). Scientific and technological obstacles to 
achieve the autonomy

The tutorials will be delivered by RATP, SYSTRA/Newcastle U., Altran and 

The conference proceedings are published by Springer in the LNCS series  

The conference programme -
The registration site -
Earlier registration - by April 18, 2019

In the afternoon of June 6, the conference will be followed by the workshop:
Railway Applications – Cybersecurity:  CENELEC TS 50701
CyberSecurity is a relatively new topic which has become very important, not 
for railways, but for all Critical Infrastructures. CENELEC has therefore 
to work on a railway specific adaptation and interpretation of the emerging IACS
CyberSecurity Standard IEC 62443. The upcoming prTS 50701 will be released as
a draft in mid 2019, which will make available a CyberSecurity standard that 
not just Signalling, Rolling Stock, or Fixed Installations, but the whole 
Railway System.
After release of the TS, a good tool for fulfilling the NIS directive, as well 
as the national
transpositions will be made available, due to the participation of ERA and 
the working group.
In the workshop, experts from the working group responsible for TS 50701 will 
and discuss various key aspects such as: life cycle, system definition, risk 
analysis and
security, operation and maintenance requirements.

We are looking forward to welcoming you and your colleagues in Lille,
The PC chairs

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