MARESEC 2021 : European Workshop on Maritime Systems Resilience and Security
Call For Papers
The first European Workshop on Maritime Systems Resilience and Security (MARESEC 2021) is dedicated to the research on Resilience, Security, Technology and related Ethical, Legal, and Social Aspects (ELSA) in the context of Maritime Systems, including (Offshore/Onshore) Infrastructures, Navigation and Shipping, Autonomous Systems, etc. The intention of this workshop is to bring together researchers to present new results and ongoing projects as well as to exchange experiences and explore possible cooperation.
The workshop will be held as Hybrid Event (participants can opt to appear on-site or just attend via the online portal) in the north of Germany in Bremerhaven on June 14, 2021.
Prospective authors are invited to submit an abstract (English, 1 page, IEEE style for conferences Link to IEEE page), which will be reviewed by the program committee. Selected authors will be then invited for oral presentation and submission of a full paper (4-6 pages), which will go though a further review process, to be published in the workshop proceedings. Please note that the submission of a full paper is not mandatory.
High quality papers will be invited, after the Workshop, to submit an extended version to the WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs for publication in line with the Journal's reviewing policy. More information can be found here.
The topics of interest include:
Resilience, Safety and Security
• Critical Infrastructure Resilience
• Digital Twins
• Resilience Assessment
• Resilience Engineering
• Safety Assessment / Engineering
• Security Assessment / Engineering
Maritime Security Technologies
• Active Imaging
• Autonomous Systems
• Data Fusion
• Human-Machine Interfaces
• Instrument Platforms and Rapid deployment
• Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence
• Multi-sensor Networks
• RADAR / SONAR / LIDAR
• Sensors & Instruments
• Situational Awareness
• Technology Testing
• Underwater Communication
Ethical, Legal, Social Aspects (ELSA)
• Resiliency in Legal Systems: Managing uncertain threats by law
• Regulating emerging technologies in the maritime domain
• Social acceptability of emerging security technologies
• Human (and societal) aspects of security
• Ethics in the security domain