Scope

The annual one-week Summer Safety and Reliability Seminars are organised to advance the methods for the safety and reliability analysis of complex systems and processes and to disseminate the newest achievements in the field. The subjects of the Seminars, different from year to year, are chosen by the Seminars 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-hour lectures on advanced methods (with corresponding full text of up to 12 pages) presented at Plenary Sessions and 20-minutes papers (with corresponding full text of up to 8 pages) presented at Seminar Sessions.

The written material of all accepted lectures and papers will be edited in the journal of Polish Safety and Reliability Association- JPSRA series (currently rated at 6 points on the Poland’s Ministry of Science and Higher Education List of Scientific Journals and just sent to Thompson Reuters for evaluation and IF indexation) which is distributed to the participants as reference textbook.

Before the acceptance, the Members of JPSRA Editorial Board with the assistance of the Invited Professors will performed the evaluations of all contributions and as a results of this reviewing process the recommendations will be sent out to help the authors in improving their works.

Moreover, potential improvements and significant developments of the presented works will be pointed out and thoroughly discussed during the SSARS meetings.

Additionally, educational and training courses will be offered each year on selected safety and reliability topics.