Infrastructure Resilience - ELVIRA

The Elvira project develops time-based infrastructure dependency analysis for the power-grid to model risk assessment and resilience index, which assist decision makers in anticipating failures and their cascading effects.

Project description

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Financed by: The European Union - The Internal Security Fund

Project leader

News

01/09/2017: Elvira publication to be presented at the 2017 International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS 2017), in Lucca, Italy. 

21/06/2017: First Elvira Workshop announced!

05/06/2017: ELVIRA members contribute to ACM SIGMETRICS Workshop on Critical Infrastructure Network Security, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA. 

16/03/2017: ELVIRA members participate in the  EU "Cascading Effects Conference" in Brussels, Belgium. 

The project in short

Full-name of the project:
Threat modeling and resilience of critical infrastructures

Duration:
March 2017 to February 2020

Funded by:
The European Union - The Internal Security Fund

Project partner: 
Combitech AB

Participating researchers:

Jianguo Ding, Senior Lecturer in Informatics

Yacine Atif, Associate Professor in Informatics

Manfred Jeusfeld, Senior Lecturer in Informatics

Birgitta Lindström, Senior Lecturer in Informatics

Sten F. Andler, Professor in Informatics

Yuning Jiang, Ph.D. Student

Tina Lindgren, Security Expert, Combitech AB 


Daniel Haglund, Security Expert, Combitech AB 

Björn Lindström, Security Expert, Combitech AB

Christoffer Brax, Systems Engineer, Combitech AB

Eva Nero, Software Engineer, Combitech AB 

Thomas Svensson, Software Engineer, Combitech AB