Trustworthy Critical Infrastructure Systems
T 010, 29/09/2010 (9:00-10:30)
An open discussion on intelligent control and security of Critical Infrastructure Systems with key players from academia and industry.
Our modern lifestyle is increasingly dependent on technical infrastructures, such as power transmission or water distribution networks. The robust operations involved in delivering these are often taken for granted. But think what the effects on the European economy and society, and on our health and safety would be if these systems were disrupted or even destroyed. This session will discuss how to protect them, the overall objective being to actively engage all stakeholders in research, development and innovation activities. Participants from the disciplines of ICT, economics, risk management and the law will enable interactions between an elemental (bottom-up) and a systemic (top-down) approach in moving towards trustworthy critical infrastructure systems.
Web site: http://www.kios.org.cy
Coordinator: Antonis M. HADJIANTONIS (KIOS Research Center for Intelligent Systems and Networks, University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
Links and Documents
- AGENDA AND DETAILS (208 KB)
- KIOS Research Center (pdf leaflet ) (1 MB)
- Presentation 1 (A multidisciplinary approach from KIOS Research Center towards Intelligent Critical Infrastructure Systems) (396 KB)
- Presentation 2 (R&D Outlook on Critical Infrastructure Systems) (2 MB)
- Presentation 3 (INSPIRE Project) (1 MB)
- Presentation 4 (European Organisation for Security) (679 KB)
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