Cyber-physical Security Workshop
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Michigan Technological University is pleased to announce a two-day workshop on cyber-physical security for power infrastructure and transportation to be held July 30-31, 2019 on Michigan Tech’s campus. Experts from industry and the academy will share information on current threats and countermeasures to protect power infrastructure and transportation systems.
Registration protocols will support 13 hours of continuing education for professional license holders.
The workshop includes the following list of speakers and topics:
- Secure Operations Technology, Mr. Andrew Ginter from Waterfall Security
- Bottom-up Electrical Vehicle Forecasting, Dr. Pedram Jahangiri, National Grid
- Assessing and Evaluating Risk of Passenger Rail Transportation Systems, Mr. Loel Langill, AECOM
- Cyber Insurance for Power Grid, Prof. Chee-Wooi Ten, MTU
- Security for System Wide Power Control and Protection, Mr. Koji Yamashita, MTU
- Emerging Threats and Case Studies, Prof. Yu Cai, MTU
- Interdependency Between Grid and Transportation, Prof. Wencong Su, U-Mich-Dearborn
A more detailed schedule and more information about the speakers and topics can be found at Cyber-physical Security Workshop Info.
The cost of the conference is $1500; Alumni can register at the discounted price of $1200 by using promotional code MTUALUMNI on the registration form.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Magnuson Hotel Franklin Square Inn under “MTU CPS Conference.” The rate for the conference is $99 per night for single occupancy; $104 a night for double occupancy. To make a reservation under this block, call 906-487-1700 by July 8.
For information on area attractions, contact the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce.
Wednesday, July 31
Michigan Tech Campus
1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931