Download Advancing Infrastructure Dependency and Interdependency Modeling: A Summary Report from the Technical Exchange (PDF) from Argonne’s Resilient Infrastructure Initiative.
- Needs and Objectives for Resiliency in Critical Infrastructure
- Risk Assessment
- Dynamic Application Rotation Environment for Moving Target Defense
- Internet Resilience in Ashburn, Virginia
- Resiliency is a Wicked Problem
- Using a Dynamic Modeling Approach to Understanding Resilience
- A Brief Survey of Methods to Analyze Human Decisions for Infrastructure Resilience Applications
- Energy Infrastructure Interdependency Training to Enhance System Operator Situational Awareness and Improve Restoration Response
- Enhancing Power Grid Cybersecurity to Improve Critical Electric Infrastructure Resilience
- Power Grid resilience
- Framework for State Energy resilience
- Multi-Asset Protection and Resilience Assessment
- Human Dimensions of Infrastructure Interdependency and Resilience
- Climate Change and the Wastewater Sector
- Toward a More Resilient Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure and Operations
- Climate Change and Infrastructure Adaptation
- Power Grid Resilience
- Front-Line Resilience Perspectives: The Electric Grid
- SimDependency: A Dependency Mapping and Consequence Tool
Argonne’s Resilient Infrastructure Initiative focuses on delivering science and technology to enable the resilient design of future infrastructure systems, thereby reducing risk to lives and property. Follow the Initiative on LinkedIn.
Advancing Infrastructure Dependency and Interdependency Modeling: A Summary Report from the Technical Exchange reflects a day-long discussion among 25 multi-disciplinary experts from 10 research organizations. It includes expert recommendations to inform Federal research and development plans, programs, and activities.
* Expert presenters: Dave Brannegan, Molly Finster, Diane Graziano, Amanda Joyce, Jim Kavicky, Charles Macal, Ignacio Martinez-Moyano, Michael North, Fred Petit, Julia Phillips, Junjian Qi, Feng Qiu, Pam Sydelko, Michael Thompson, Meltem Urgun-Demitras, Tom Wall