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Smart Resilience Indicators for Smart Critical Infrastructures

Deliverables

Report on the “SmartResilience Methodology for Assessing Resilience of SCIs based on Ris (resilience indicators)”

The methodology developed in the task will be described and explained in the dedicated report containing also the examples relevant for the cases dealt with in WP5. First version to be delivered in M14 the final one in M24.

Insurers workshop report

Report compiling the briefing note about insurance and resilience, the briefing note about how the SmartResilience methodology, indicators and tools can be useful to insurance and the outcomes of the insurers workshop

Initial framework for SmartResilience Resilience Assessment

Providing basic definitions and approaches to be used and referred to in SmartResilience. This initial framework will be adjusted and elaborated in WP3.

Report on interdependencies and cascading effects

Description of the components, logic, functioning, and results of the simulation tool on interdependencies and cascading effects.

Resilience indicators for SCIs based on big and open data

Report on Resilience indicators for SCIs derived from big and open data

BRD (Basic resource document) for ISO 31050

The document will be used as the main input for the first draft of the new ISO 31050 standard. It will contain the elements of the SmartResilience approach, methodology and tools as applicable for the new INSO 31050 standard (resulting from Task 9.6)

Expert workshops for definition, selection and refinement of indicators

The workshop report containing main conclusions and records, partly as videos and e-copies of the presentations of the participants.

Test Report Charlie

Report on results of stress-test scenario run on national healthcare system environment.

Database specifications and template for resilience indicators and first version of the RIs database

A resilience indicator database specification and a template covering the common information for all indicators to be entered into the database as well as a first version of the resilience indicators database.

Test Report Hotel

This task contains report on stress-test scenario on the flood risk for underground storage of energy stocks in Helsinki

Report on the results of the interactive workshop

The report will contain results of the interactive workshop with the methodology workshop

Benchmarking of RIs with conventional indicators

The report will contain also the recommendations on possible advantages of new indicators, as well as possible warnings related to their applicability limits and reliability

Assessing infrastructure resilience levels (IRL) - update

Update on final report describing the method for assessing infrastructure resilience levels (IRL) based on indicators. Update from the first version delivered in M14.

Test Report Echo

Report on results of stress-test scenario run on large industrial zone environment.

Assessing infrastructure resilience levels (IRL)

Final report describing the method for assessing infrastructure resilience levels (IRL) based on indicators. First version to be delivered in M14.

Report on challenges for SCIs

Overview of challenges for SCIs regarding different types of threats, considering the different attributes of resilience (as defined in T1.1)

Contextual factors related to resilience

A report describing the results of an analysis of contextual factors related to resilience in terms of laws, regulations, organizational or institutional structures.

Project web site

The SmartResilience website will be established within six months after the projects kick-off.

Test Report Bravo

Report on results of stress-test scenario run on future-oriented sustainable community environment.

The “SCIs Dashboard containing the module on Dynamic Intelligent Checklists

The integrated web-based solution will serve as the prototype used in the case studies in WP5. First version to be delivered in M14, the intermediate one in M24 and the final, refined one in M33 (after the conclusions from the case studies are aligned).

Usability and limitations of existing indicators for assessing, predicting and monitoring critical infrastructure resilience

A report describing the review of approaches and data sources for existing indicators, and the usability and limitations of the indicators, for selected infrastructures, types of hazards/threats, and countries/cities.

Test Report Foxtrot

Report on results of stress-test scenario run on drinking-water supply in Swedish cities. This task is designed to ensure that the proposed indicators attend to end-users needs and requirements for drinking water supply in Swedish cities.

Final technical, financial and societal impact report

According to the H2020 guidelines and the Grant Agreement, a final report on the technical progress as well as financial statements on the use of resources and the societal impact will be compiled and submitted to the European Commission.

Ethics protocol

A protocol for rapid ethical analysis of the planned activities and results of SmartResilience.

Report on Rapidminer

Elements related to Rapidminer initally foreseen in D3.3, D3.4 and D3.7

New release of the RI-database

Summary of changes with respect to the previous version.

Early exploitation and dissemination plan

A report (a) describing the consortium members intended way to exploit the results and (b) outlining how the consortium plan to mobilise and engage with SmartReslience stakeholders and metrics for evaluating this engagement.

Draft proposal for standardization activity

Report outlining a potential future standardization item to be taken up by a standardization committee.

Design and application of interactive visualization of RIs

Report on design and application of interactive visualization of RIs

Test Report Delta

Report on results of stress-test scenario run on airport environment.

Report on the SmartResilience MCDM Methodology serving as the basis for the “SCIs Dashboard”

The report on the SmartResilience MCDM Methodology will serve as the basis for the “SCIs Dashboard” decision support tool to be developed in Task 3.7; WP3; Leader: R-Tech First version to be delivered in M14 the final one in M24.

Report (article in a professional journal) on application of the SmartResilience Assessment Methodology and tools internationally: OECD – supported benchmarking abroad

Report outlining the benchmarking of the SmartResilience methodology with other currently available ones. (resulting from Task 9.5)

Report on challenges of new and emerging “smart” technologies

Explanation of answers to the two questions named above – elaborate on the “smartness” of critical infrastructures as well as general challenges of SCIs

End-users' needs and requirements

How indicators and respective tools for resilience assessment based on indicators should be designed to correspond to users’ current and projected needs so that they can be integrated in their assignments and organizational processes.

Test Report Alfa

Report on results of test scenario run on financial critical infrastructure environment.

Stress-test and evaluation framework

The Stress-test and evaluation framework will contain test scenarios and the stress-test framework including indicators for the assessment as well as a report template.

A “White Paper on E” (book) like report on dissemination of the project results to the resilience-related government bodies, academia and societies

Report outlining the dissemination activities to the resilience-related government bodies, academia and societies it will also include the report on possible application of SmartResilience methodology within the industry Report describing the application of SmartResilience methodology within the service providers and industry. (the white paper resulting from the activities in Tasks 9.1, 9.2 and 9.4, and include the Business Plan for the European Resilience Assessment Agency)

Resilience indicators for SCIs based on predefined structures

Defined resilience indicators based on predefined/guided (top-down) approaches/structures.

Data Management Plan (DMP)

The DMP outlines how research data will be handled during SmartResilience and after it is completed.

Joint Evaluation and Test Report

As outcome of the main objective, the Joint Evaluation and Test Report (JET-report) is validating the indicators against various test scenarios in a proper test environment based on Smart City Case Studies. The JET-report will be made public after a given embargo period.

Test Report Golf

This task contains report on stress-test scenario on the flood protection measures in the City of Cork

Interactive visualization as support to indicator-based decision making

A methodology describing the interactive visualization consisting of a mapping between data attributes and visual attributes of the display using an appropriate visual metaphor derived from the domain and contextual attributes. First version to be delivered in M14 the final one in M24

SmartResilience eLearning platform

Web-Portal linked to the SmartResilience website enabling interactive learning on the topic of infrastructure resilience.

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Publications

EU project SmartResilience: The concept and its application on critical energy infrastructure in Finland

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, P. Auerkari
Published in: "Proceedings of the Baltica X Conference Helsinki, Finaland, June 2016 ""International Conference on Life Management and Maintenance for Power Plants""", Issue each 3 years, 2016, Page(s) pp 16-26

Resilience assessment of smart critical infrastructures based on indicators




Assessing Resilience in the Energy Supply Sector

Author(s): P. Auerkari, A. Jovanovic, R. Pohja, S. Tuurna, R. Molarius, R. Koivisto, H. Hapuli
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 9

From Safety Regulation Compliance to Resilience-Assessment-as-a-Service: Would the European Resilience Assessment Agency be a Solution?

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, B. Caillard
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 45

Stress-testing Resilience of Critical Infrastructures

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, Z. Szekely
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 45

The New ISO 31050: Emerging Risks & Resilience

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, S. O'Brien
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 45

Summary of the SmartResilience Project Results

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, K. Øien, A. Choudhary, K. Tetlak, A. Reis, B. Caillard
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 45

Guideline for Resilience Assessment of Smart Critical Infrastructures

Author(s): K. Øien, L. Bodsberg, A. Jovanovic
Published in: SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk 2019 Abstract Book, 2019, Page(s) 66

Use of safety-related indicators in resilience assessment of Smart Critical Infrastructures (SCIs)

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, F. Quintero A. Choudhary
Published in: Safety and Reliability - Theory and Applications (Proceedings of ESREL 2017), Issue Yearly, 2017

Use of indicators in the assessment of the resilience of critical infrastructures

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, O. Renn O, I. Linkov
Published in: Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting 2016 Abstracts, 2016

Current efforts to establish a common methodology and common database for the resilience indicator based assessment

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, K. Øien
Published in: Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting 2017 Abstracts, 2017, Page(s) 60

Practical application of the SmartResilience methodology forassessing resilience of multiple critical infrastructures

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, K. Øien
Published in: 2017, Page(s) 135

Booklet of Abstracts/Proceedings: An EU Initiative towards Advanced Situational Awareness and Enhanced Resilience

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, H.M. Burkow (Eds.)
Published in: Joint Final Conference of the SmartResilience and SAYSO Projects, 2019

The “future of Seveso”: From risk management and prevention to resilience of critical infrastructures

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: Proceedings of the “Resilience and Technological Risk: comparative experience from the 40 years of the Seveso accident” conference, 2016

Aligning the resilience‐related researchefforts in the EU‐DRS projects




Assessment, benchmarking and stress-testing resilience of critical infrastructures: A novel, indicator-based approach developed in the EU project SmartResilience




Assessing influence of smart technologies onto the resilience of critical infrastructures

Author(s): A. Choudhary, A. Jovanovic
Published in: SRA-Europe 2017 Annual Meeting Proceedings, Issue Annual, 2017

Interdependencies among critical infrastructures: how to model them (reasonably)?

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: OECD High Level Risk Forum proceedings, 2017

From EU projects to international standards: Bridging the gap between the world of research and the world of standardization in the area of safe and resilient societies

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the Community of Users On Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies Urban Critical Infrastructures, 2018

ISO 13050: Guidance for managing emergining risks to enhance resilience - Thriving in a world of uncertainty

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: 7th China-Europe Risk Forum proceedings, 2018

Analyzing Interdependencies Among Infrastructures Based on Big Data and Resilience Indicators

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting 2018 Abstracts, 2018

Assessing Resilience of Critical Infrastructures Exposed to Multiple Threats and Optimizing Related Investments

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting 2018 Abstracts, 2018

Current Efforts on Developing ISO Guidance on Emerging Risk Management for Enhanced Resilience

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, J. Brown
Published in: Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting 2018 Abstracts, 2018

Managing Emerging Risks for Enhanced Resilience: Aligning approaches Internationally

Author(s): A. Jovanovic
Published in: Proceedings of the 29th European Safety and Reliability Conference, 2019

Visualization of Critical Infrastructure Resilience Using TreeMap

Author(s): I. Shapira, U. Barzelay, K. Øien and A. Jovanovic
Published in: Proceedings of the 29th European Safety and Reliability Conference, 2019

User needs for resilience indicators in interconnected critical infrastructures




An Indicator-Based Approach to Assessing Resilience of Smart Critical Infrastructures

Author(s): A. Jovanović, K. Øien, A. Choudhary
Published in: Urban Disaster Resilience and Security, 2018, Page(s) 285-311
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-68606-6_17

Two Applications of Resilience Concepts and Methods: Offshore Installations and Critical Infrastructures

Author(s): Øien, Knut
Published in: IRGC Resource Guide on Resilience, Issue Volume 1, 2016, Page(s) 167-172
DOI: 10.5075/epfl-irgc-228206

How to Demarcate Resilience? A Reflection on Reviews in Disaster Resilience Research

Author(s): Maike Vollmer, Gerald Walther
Published in: Urban Disaster Resilience and Security, 2018, Page(s) 413-427
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-68606-6_24

Use of Indicators for Assessing Resilience of Smart Critical Infrastructures

Author(s): A. S. Jovanovic, N. Schmid, P. Klimek, A. Choudhary
Published in: IRGC Resource guide on Resilience, Issue Volume 1, 2016, Page(s) 136-140

Competence as Enabler of Urban Critical Infrastructure Resilience Assessment

Author(s): Florian Brauner, Marie Claßen, Frank Fiedrich
Published in: Urban Disaster Resilience and Security, 2018, Page(s) 171-184
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-68606-6_11

Quantifying economic resilience from input–output susceptibility to improve predictions of economic growth and recovery

Author(s): Peter Klimek, Sebastian Poledna, Stefan Thurner
Published in: Nature Communications, Issue 10/1, 2019, ISSN 2041-1723
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-09357-w

Forensic analysis of Turkish elections in 2017–2018

Author(s): Peter Klimek, Raúl Jiménez, Manuel Hidalgo, Abraham Hinteregger, Stefan Thurner
Published in: PLOS ONE, Issue 13/10, 2018, Page(s) e0204975, ISSN 1932-6203
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0204975

Quantitative resilience assessment in emergency response reveals how organizations trade efficiency for redundancy

Author(s): Peter Klimek, János Varga, Aleksandar S. Jovanovic, Zoltán Székely
Published in: Safety Science, Issue 113, 2019, Page(s) 404-414, ISSN 0925-7535
DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2018.12.017

Testing for voter rigging in small polling stations

Author(s): Raúl Jimenez, Manuel Hidalgo, Peter Klimek
Published in: Science Advances, Issue 3/6, 2017, Page(s) e1602363, ISSN 2375-2548
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1602363

Do smart technologies improve resilience of critical infrastructures?

Author(s): A. Jovanovic, M. Vollmer
Published in: Critical Infrastructure Protection Review - Autumn 2017, Issue Biannual, 2017, Page(s) 37-47, ISSN 2516-0095

Tiered Approach to Resilience Assessment

Author(s): Igor Linkov, Cate Fox-Lent, Laura Read, Craig R. Allen, James C. Arnott, Emanuele Bellini, Jon Coaffee, Marie-Valentine Florin, Kirk Hatfield, Iain Hyde, William Hynes, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Roger Kasperson, John Katzenberger, Patrick W. Keys, James H. Lambert, Richard Moss, Peter S. Murdoch, Jose Palma-Oliveira, Roger S. Pulwarty, Dale Sands, Edward A. Thomas, Mari R. Tye, David Woods
Published in: Risk Analysis, Issue 38/9, 2018, Page(s) 1772-1780, ISSN 0272-4332
DOI: 10.1111/risa.12991

Wir brauchen Standards für globale Risiken

Author(s): A. Jovanovic (interview given)
Published in: Wirtschaftswoche, 2018