Cyber-Physical System Security of the Power Grid (Erőművek és az átviteli hálózat kiberfizikai védelme)

Helyszín:

Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem I épület B025-ös terem, Magyar tudósok körútja 2.

Előadó:

Chen-Ching Liu (IEEE PES)

Időpont:

2018. március 29. 18:00-tól

2018. március 29. 20:00-ig

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Cyber-Physical System Security of the Power Grid (Erőművek és az átviteli hálózat kiberfizikai védelme)

Előadó: Chen-Ching Liu (IEEE PES)

Időpont: 2018. március 29. 18:00

Helyszín: Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem I épület B025-ös terem, Magyar tudósok körútja 2.

The electric power grid is a complex cyber-physical system that forms the lifeline of a modern society. Its reliable and secure operation is of paramount importance to national security and economic well-being. The power grid today is a highly automated network, wherein a variety of communication networks and information systems are interconnected to the physical grid for the purpose of monitoring, protection, control, and market functions. The increased reliance on information and communications technology in the smart gird will significantly increase the vulnerabilities, which further underscores the importance of cyber security. As a result, cyber security of the power grid encompassing vulnerability assessment, anomaly detection, and mitigation of the substations and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems are among the important priorities. The purpose of this presentation is to provide new concepts and testbed-based methodologies for the integrated cyber-power systems.   

Chen-Ching Liu is American Electric Power Professor and Director, Center for Power and Energy, at Virginia Tech, USA. He served as Boeing Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at Washington State University from 2011-2017. During 1983-2011, he was on the faculty of University of Washington, Iowa State University, and University College Dublin, Ireland. Professor Liu received an IEEE Third Millennium Medal in 2000 and the Power and Energy Society Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award in 2004. In 2013, Dr. Liu received a Doctor Honoris Causa from Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania. He chaired the IEEE Power and Energy Society Fellow Committee, Technical Committee on Power System Analysis, Computing and Economics, and Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award Committee. Professor Liu is a Fellow of the IEEE and Member of the Washington State Academy of Sciences.