Securing our way of life takes many forms and the contributions of many people. Professionals involved in resilient electrical systems come together during Resilience Week, an event dedicated to promising research in resilient systems that will protect critical cyber-physical infrastructures from unexpected and malicious threats.
POWER is pleased to have two topics accepted for presentation. William Parker presents a paper he co-authored, “Identifying Critical Resiliency of Modern Distribution Systems with Open Source Modeling,” 11 a.m.–noon, Wednesday, Sept. 20.
Chris Dyer will present a paper authored by John J. Kumm, “Recovery from Large-Scale System Events Using Oasis Microgrids” during the Critical Infrastructure Track. The lightning talk presentation will take place between 9-10:30 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 21.
Methods to improve critical infrastructure resilience are advancing, but much more can be done. Join the conversation at the Resilient Critical Infrastructure Symposium to advance a discussion of tools, technologies, and policies for improving critical infrastructure resilience.
In the meantime, visit POWER’s cyber and physical security services page online to learn more about how we help clients meet their resiliency needs.