Some of the issues that will be discussed are:
• How important is it to improve our hazard/threat identification methods?
• What type of improvements can be made?
• Can the use of alternative uncertainty representations add something to the analysis?
• Can signals and warnings be used to improve our assessment?
• Can red-team approaches be used? Scenario analyses? How?
• To what extent are robustness and resilience the answer to meet black swans?
• What does Taleb's antifragile concept add to this?
• Does risk assessment have a role to play at all in cases of deep uncertainties?
• Can we draw insights from other areas, like High Reliability Organisations (HROs), with its five characteristics: preoccupation with failure, reluctance to simplify, sensitivity to operations, commitment to resilience and deference to expertise?
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The workshop is free of charge but requires binding registration (deadline 10 February).
Any questions about the workshop can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.