Sunday, December 14, 2014, 8:30AM-5:00PM
There has been considerable recent progress on control- and systems-theoretic approaches to building resilient infrastructure systems. The approaches have addressed a range of needs of cyber-physical systems, including fault-tolerant and robust control and optimization, intrusion detection and response, security and privacy concerns, software verification and validation, human-automation interactions, mechanism design, modeling and simulation, etc. These techniques have been studied in the context of a range of infrastructure systems, such as transportation, electricity, energy, telecommunications, and water and gas distribution systems.
This workshop will review the state-of-the-art in control-theoretic approaches to build resilient cyber-physical infrastructures. Experts from industry and academia will describe key challenges, promising approaches and necessary future research directions.
|8:30-8:40 AM||Hamsa Balakrishnan; Saurabh Amin||Introduction|
|8:40-9:20AM||Tamer Başar||Game-Theoretic Framework for Network Resilience, Reliability and Security|
|9:20-9:55AM||Demos Tenetzekis/Saurabh Amin||Design Principles for Efficient and Resilient CPS: The role of control theory, game theory, and the theory of incentives|
|9:55-10:30AM||Hamsa Balakrishnan||Uncertainty Modeling and Stochastic Optimization of Networked Cyber-Physical Infrastructures|
|10:45-11:25AM||Eric Feron||Air Transportation Real-time System Resilience Against Large Adverse Events|
|11:25-12:05PM||P.R. Kumar||The Challenges for Mechanisms and Applications of Cyber-Physical Systems|
|1:40-2:20PM||Karl Henrik Johansson||Cyber-secure control systems|
|2:20-3:00PM||George Pappas||Differential Privacy in Cyber-Physical Systems|
|3:15-3:55PM||Tariq Samad||Grounding the Conversation: A Multi-Industry Perspective on Control Engineering for Resilient Infrastructures|
|3:55-4:30PM||Saurabh Amin||Vulnerability Assessment of Distribution Networks using Interdiction Algorithms|
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