International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems


Symposium Chairs

Technical Program Chair


Engineering systems are increasingly subjected to disturbances which are not generally predictable at design time. These disturbances can be man-made or naturally occurring, and they can be physical or cyber in nature. In order to ensure resilient system performance, multi-disciplinary control approaches that provide intrinsic state awareness and intelligence are required.

Topical Areas

  • Control Theory: intelligent, reconfigurable, optimal
  • Control Framework: supervisory, multi-agent, distributed intelligence
  • Sensor Architectures: embedded modeling and analysis, intelligence and agents, wireless control and determinism, multi-parameter integration and diveristy
  • Monitoring/Control Security: decoys, randomization, diversity, training and cognition, decision making, measurement
  • Cyber Architecture: health indicators, defense optimization
  • Data Fusion: data reduction, security characterization, data diversity, anomaly detection, response prioritization
  • Computational Intelligence: machine learning, neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, Bayesian belief networks
  • Cyber-physical power and energy systems: real-time communication, protection, control, resilience, reliability, sustainability, efficiency
  • Robotic systems: Failure/error tolerance and recovery, adaptable/flexible architectures, multi-level/agent systems, multi-sensor fusion, tele-presence, probabilistic behaviors, performance validation/verification, communications security
  • Cyber-physical system security
  • Cyber security for industrial control systems
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