Events

For more information about CREDC events and archives, or to be added to our email list for event announcements, contact Amy Clay-Moore at amyclay@illinois.edu.

CREDC Seminars

CREDC Seminars present speakers who are experts on topics in the broad area of research, development, and design for secure and resilient systems related to the power grid. The scope includes all power grid systems, from traditional systems involved in generation, transmission, and distribution to emerging systems dealing with distributed generation, renewable integration, and demand-response. Talks are presented on the University of Illinois campus and streamed live on the Web.

Industry Workshops

CREDC hosts an Annual Industry Workshop that aims to initiate or continue ongoing dialogue and collaboration between industry partners and CREDC researchers that leverages key strengths of each community and brings us closer to common EDS cybersecurity and cyber-resiliency goals. Workshop participants engage with CREDC researchers, learn about CREDC research activities, and have an impact on current research and future research plans.

The next industry workshop will be hosted by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and is scheduled forNovember 28-29, 2017 at the PNNL facility in Richland, Washington. More information is available online at http://goo.gl/DL5teQ. Oregon State University and Washington State University are co-hosts of this workshop.

CREDC Pacific Northwest Industry Workshop, November 28-29, 2017, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Systems Engineering Building (3820), Richland, Washington

Summer Program

The CREDC summer program is an intensive, engaging, and value-packed week of topics and workforce development activities focused on cybersecurity and cyber-resiliency of energy delivery systems for the electric power and oil & gas industries. This event is held every other year. The most recent summer program was held June 11-17, 2017 at the Q Center in St. Charles, Illinois. The next summer program event will be in 2019.