Thrust Area 6

The Future Grid to Enable Sustainable Energy Systems

Research Thrust Area 6: Engineering Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems


White Paper:

  • Engineering Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems: Thrust Area 6 White Paper [PDF 620KB] (May 2012)

Related Presentations:

  • Semi-Annual PSERC Industry-University Meeting on Preparing for the Future Grid. University of Wisconsin-Madison. (May 29, 2013)
    • Resiliency with High-Impact, Low-Frequency (HILF) Events (6.1) [Slides] – Tom Overbye, Univ. of IL-Urbana
    • Operational and Planning Considerations for Resiliency (6.2) [Slides] – Ian Dobson, Iowa State Univ.
    • Improved Grid Resiliency through Interactive System Control (6.3) [Slides] – Vijay Vittal, Arizona State Univ.
  • Research Results [PDF 337KB]PSERC Industry-University Meeting. Golden, CO. (December 2012)
  • Computational Challenges Session. Future Grid Forum. Washington DC. (June 27-28, 2012)
    • Opening Presentation [PDF 635KB] – Santiago Grijalva, Georgia Tech University
    • Panel Comments [PDF 88.8KB]


  • Integration of Geomagnetic Disturbances (GMDs) Modeling into the Power Flow (March 13, 2012)
    [Slides PPT 3.33MB]
    Speaker: Tom Overbye, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


  • Operational and Planning Considerations for Resiliency (December 2011)
    [Workshop Poster, PDF 1.83MB]
    Ian Dobson, Iowa State University
  • Resiliency with Respect to Low Frequency, High Consequence Events (December 2011)
    [Workshop Poster, PDF 408KB]
    Tom Overbye, University of Illiniois at Urbana/Champaign
  • Improved Power Grid Resiliency through Interactive System Control (December 2011)
    [Workshop Poster, PDF 105KB]
    Vijay Vittal, Arizona State University


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