Application: ResilienT Design / Infrastructure Resilience
Infrastructure resilience is characterized by the infrastructure’s ability to continue to provide critical services efficiently following a disruptive event. An infrastructure’s resilience is determined by how it absorbs, adapts to and recovers from those disruptive events. Infrastructure resilience is crucial element of national and homeland security, so it is important to be able to analyze infrastructure resilience in a technically defensible and objective manner. Doing so requires assessing elements such as pre-disruption investments, post-disruption recovery, resilience costs, resource allocation, and various network elements can enhance overall resilience. Research efforts have demonstrated this type of resilience analysis can be achieved by integration of infrastructure modeling, mathematical theory, and network analysis. Furthermore, these techniques can be used to design resilience into new and existing infrastructure systems.
Resilience Certification for Commercial Buildings: a study of stakeholder perspectives, Barbara J. Jennings, Eric D. Vugrin and Deborah K. Belasich, September 2012, (Pre-publication draft. Published version can be found at http://www.springer.com/environment/journal/10669.) (2012-6963J)
Advancing Cyber Resilience Analysis with Performance-Based Metrics from Infrastructure Assessments, Eric D. Vugrin and Jennifer Turgeon, July 2012, (Pre-publication draft. Published version can be found at International Journal of Secure Software Engineering Special Edition on Cybersecurity Scientific Validation http://www.igi global.com/journal/internationaljournal-secure-software-engineering/1159.) (2012-6264 J)
Design for Resilience in Infrastructure Distribution Networks, Eric D. Vugrin and Mark A. Turnquist. July 2012 (the final version of this paper is available at Springer.com. Environment Systems and Decisions, DOI 10.1007/s10669-012-9428-z, March 2013) (2012-6050)
Infrastructure resilience assessment through control design, Eric D. Vugrin and R. Chris Camphouse. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures, vol. 7, no. 3. 2011
A Resilience Assessment Framework for Infrastructure and Economic Systems: Quantitative and Qualitative Resilience Analysis of Petrochemical Supply Chains to a Hurricane, Eric D. Vugrin, Drake E. Warren, Mark A. Ehlen, Process Safety Progress Journal, vol. 30, issue 3. DOI 10.1002/prs.10437, March 2011