The dynamics of this emerging world require synergistic effort to learn from other technical communities where we believe that the major challenges can be complex that needs domain-knowledge and specialization. The research thrusts of CIResilience are interdisciplinary research programs that emphasize on socioeconomic aspects with the community engagement and studies of human behaviors on a specific subject in research. CIResilience has the experiences to collaborate with scientists and engineers to seek for common goals of research studies. The following research projects funded by external funding agencies, including companies who have mutual interest in ground-breaking scientific and engineering pursuit that will be established in the cross-disciplinary research areas.
The following is the funded research project by the US external agencies.
US National Science Foundation
- CPS: Medium: Collaborative Research: An Actuarial Framework of Cyber Risk Management for Power Grids
- Collaborative Research: CRISP Type 2: Revolution through Evolution: A Controls Approach to Improve How Society Interacts with Electricity
- Collaborative Research: Integrated Vulnerability-Reliability Modeling and Analysis of Cyber-Physical Power Systems
Other external funding sources:
- DOE Scoping Study of Networked Microgrids
- Waterfall Security Solutions