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IRENE: Improving the Robustness of Urban Electricity Networks PDF Print E-mail
IRENE

Involvment type: participant
Project website: http://ireneproject.eu/
Project contract: Jpi Urban Europe, n°847342
Start date: 01-10-2014
End date: 31-03-2017

Project IRENE is researching how best to mitigate vulnerabilities of urban electricity grids by utilizing the flexibility of future smart grids with decentralized generation and smart control. The aim is to ensure availability of power supply for critical infrastructures to enable minimal viable operation during large scale power outages or shortages.

To achieve this we are investigating what social, economic and technical components will be needed to ensure that city based power generation and storage are routed and prioritized to enable these critical city functions while other noncritical consumers reduce their electricity load.

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DEVASSES: DEsign, Verification and VAlidation of large scale, dynamic Service SystEmS PDF Print E-mail
DEVASSES

devasses-logo-websiteInvolvment type: participant
Project website: http://www.devasses.eu
Project contract: PIRSES-GA-2013-612569 (FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IRSES n.612569)
Start date: 01-01-2014
End date: 31-12-2017

The DEVASSES project aims at taking a step forward in the design and deployment of large-scale, dynamic service-based software systems by supporting the transfer of knowledge on novel state of the art methods, techniques, and tools for both design-time and run-time verification and validation. The goal is to reinforce existing partners’ cooperation through a coordinated program of exchange of researchers, taking as context a common research problem, which provides the frame for the project scientific activities and cannot currently be tackled by any of the partners individually.

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AMADEOS: Architecture for Multi-criticality Agile Dependable Evolutionary Open System-of-Systems PDF Print E-mail
AMADEOS

AMADEOS-logoInvolvment type: participant (coordinator)
Project contract: FP7-ICT-2013-10-610535
Project website: http://amadeos-project.eu/
Start date: 01-10-2013
End date: 30-09-2016

The objective of AMADEOS is to bring time awareness and evolution into the design of System-of-Systems (SoS), to establish a sound conceptual model, a generic architectural framework and a design methodology, supported by some prototype tools, for the modeling, development and evolution of time-sensitive SoSes with possible emergent behaviors. Special emphasis is placed on evolution, emergence, dependability (e.g. safety, availability) and security, considering embedded devices and the cloud as the execution platform. The concept of evolution will be addressed from two complementary perspectives, considering both long-term evolution and short-term unexpected changes (e.g., failures) in the constituent systems.

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CONCERTO: Guaranteed Component Assembly with Round Trip Analysis for Energy Efficient High-integrity Multi-core Systems PDF Print E-mail
CONCERTO

CONCERTO horizontal smallProject contract: ARTEMIS-2012-1-333053
Project website: http://www.concerto-project.org
Involvment type: participant
Start date: 01-05-2013
End date: 30-04-2016

Emerging embedded systems platforms harnessing new heterogeneous, multicore architectures to enable the next generation of powerful mission-critical applications are demanding across-the-board advances in all areas of design and development to fulfil their promise. The integration of component-based design with model-drivendevelopment creates a potent combination especially capable of mastering the complexity of these new systems.

CONCERTO will deliver a reference multi-domain architectural framework for complex, highly concurrent, and multi-core systems, where non-functional properties (including real-time, dependability, and energy management) will be established for individual components, derived for the overall system at design time, andpreserved by construction and monitoring at run-time.

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CECRIS: CErtification of CRItical Systems PDF Print E-mail
CECRIS

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Involvment type: participant
Project website: http://www.cecris-project.eu/
Start date: 01-01-2013
End date: 31-12-2016

The project aims at taking a step forward in the growing field of development, verification and validation and certification of critical systems.

The project focuses on the more difficult/important points of (safety, efficiency, business, .) of critical system development, verification and validation and certification process. The scientific objectives of the project are study both the scientific and industrial state of the art methodologies for system development and the impact of their usage on the verification and validation and certification of critical systems. Moreover the project aims at developing strategies and techniques supported by automatic or semi-automatic tools and methods for these type of activities, whose cost-quality achievements are well-predictable in order to tie costs of application of techniques to the RAMS attributes level achieved by the product being tested. The project will draw-up guidelines to support engineers during the planning of the verification & validation phases.

 

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TENACE: ProTEcting NAtional Critical Infrastructures from Cyber ThrEats PDF Print E-mail
TENACE

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Project ID: PRIN 20103P34XC
Involvment type: participant
Project website: http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~tenace/
Start date: 01-02-2013
End date: 31-01-2016

The TENACE project will investigate the protection of national critical infrastructures from cyber threats following a collaborative approach whenever appropriate. TENACE will address three scenarios: financial infrastructures, power grid and transportation systems that represent three widely different settings with distinct interdepencies, threats, vulnerabilities and possible countermeasures. TENACE has the objective of defining collaborative technical and organizational methodologies to raise the protection of such CIs with the specific target of looking at the common steps in order to develop a unifying metodology and understanding the underground economics fuelling an attacker. The study of specific CI vulnerabilities and related attacks will drive the development of algorithms, models, architectures and tools as the means to enable the effective protection of critical infrastructures enhancing their degree of security and dependability by considering a continuously evolving adversary. TENACE will address cyber attacks, combination of cyber and physical attacks and cyber fraudes in the context of power grids, transportation and financial inrastructures respectively. TENACE will integrate results developed by specific research groups in order to generate solutions addressing complex attacks in each specific CI scenario. Such solutions will be validated against real data sets.

 
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