Resilience and Security in Digitalized Energy Systems - Definition, metrics and evaluation methods

OFFIS in collaboration with OPAL-RT, SCALABLE NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES and ERIGrid is holding a one-day seminar free to join for any professional within the Power system control, Power electronics, and Information and communication technology applied to energy systems.

12.09.2018 , OFFIS

Veranstaltung

OFFIS in collaboration with OPAL-RT, SCALABLE NETWORK TECHNOLOGIESANTYCIP Simulation and ERIGrid is holding a one-day seminar on "Resilience and Security in Digitalized Energy Systems - Definition, metrics and evaluation methods" on 12th September 2018 in Oldenburg. This seminar is free to join for any professional within the Power system control, Power electronics, and Information and communication technology applied to energy systems.

This seminar aims at providing knowledge on how to define and assess the resiliency and security of ICT-reliant power system. Particularly, it pronounces how real-time simulation can help you developing and testing better protection and control systems for resilient operation of the system. This is also the perfect place to meet with other researchers in order to develop future collaborations.

This workshop is supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) within the Smart Grid Cyber-Resilience Laboratory.

Agenda:

9:00    Opening Session
Welcome
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lehnhoff

9:15    Introduction to Security and Resiliency

Cyber security – Industrial perspective 
Christian Bruns, BTC Germany

Cyber security - research perspective
Dr. Lars Fischer, OFFIS Germany

 Beyond security – Cyber-Physical Resilience
Dr. Davood Babazadeh, OFFIS Germany

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00  Methods and Tools

Systematic approach to design multi-domain experiments
Dr. Cornelius Steinbrick, OFFIS - ERIGRID EU Project

Cyber Threat Assessment and Mitigation for Power Grid
Marco Pelusi and Riccardo Rovelli, ANTYCIP Simulation Italy

Real-time Simulation for Cybersecurity Studies of the Electric Power Grid
Dr. Ravi Venugopa, OPAL RT Germany

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch Break

13:00  State of the Art Application

Configurable, flexible and testable automation architecture to enhance system reliability
Dominik Hilbrich, Technical University Dortmund & KoCoS Messtechnik Germany

Intelligent dynamic security assessment for active distribution network
Felipe Castro, OFFIS Germany

Enhance Ancillary services in Microgrids - Sundom Living Lab experience
Katja Sirviö, Vassa University Finland

A resilient grid favours the defender — using AI for adversarial games in complex systems
Dr. Lars Fischer, OFFIS Germany

15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30  Demonstrations

Security Assessment of Operation Technology using Real-time Co-simulation platform
Scalable Network – Antycip simulation - OPAL RT

Cyber Resilience Laboratory
OFFIS

16:30 – 17:00 Open discussion and closing session

For registration please send an email to: resilience_workshop(at)offis.de.

If you have any special food requirements please let us know in your registration mail.