Our research interests involve large scale modeling, analysis, and simulations of cyber-physical power system critical infrastructure, especially security-oriented control system analysis techniques. Additionally, there are unique opportunities within these research areas for US citizens.
This laboratory is currently recruiting highly motivated graduate students.
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A next-generation secure energy management system that would enable stakeholders across energy industrial control domains to better prepare, mitigate, repair, and recover from cyber-related threats
An efficient and robust FDI attack detection mechanism via deep neural network (DNN) architectures
- [06/24/2021] Organizing Committee for “Innovative Early-Career Engineers Selected to Participate in NAE’s 2021 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium” Read the press release
- [09/29/2020] Drawing on principles from biodesigned systems such as the food web will help scientists build more resilience into the electrical power grid. – ASME. Read “How the Food Chain Can Keep the Electricity Flowing” here