Symposium Power System Cyber Security

Energy Systems and ICT systems become more and more integrated into each other. This brings us huge benefits: more and more accurate measurements, better controllability, and more optimal planning and operation of energy systems. But how secure and robust are such systems, and what kind of interventions can consumers and operators expect in the future, and how to assess such intertwined systems accurately. These are topics that will be covered in PowerWeb's symposium on Power System Cyber Security, March 11th 2020, at TU Delft Faculty of EEMCS (Mekelweg 4); Hall Boole (ground floor).

You are cordially invited to join this symposium, please register via this link

Programme

13h00--13h45 : Prof. Xinghuo Yu, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
                          "Smart Energy Future: A Cyber-Physical-Social Perspective"

13h45--14h30 : Dr. Anurag K Srivastava, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
                          Washington State University USA
                          "Tools for Enabling the Cyber Secure and Resilient Electric Grid"

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15h00--15h30 : Alex Stefanov, Faculty of EEMCS, TU Delft
                         "Cyber-Physical System Security and Impact Analysis"

15h30--16h00 : Zekeriya Erkin, Faculty of EEMCS, TU Delft
                          "Secure Data Aggregation and Decentralization in Smart Grids"

16h00--16h30 : Jose Rueda Torres, Faculty of EEMCS, TU Delft
                          "Safeguarding Power System Security under High Share of Power Electronic Interfaced Wind Generation"

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