【Seminar】Game-theoretic decision making for the resilience of interdependent infrastructure systems exposed to disruptions
A/Prof. Fang Yiping
Department of Industrial Engineering, CentraleSupélec, University Paris-Saclay, France
Prof. Sun Changpu (孙昌璞 教授）
July 2, 2019 (Tuesday) 14:30~15:30
C405 Conference Room, 3rd Floor
This talk addresses the challenges associated with assessing and improving the resilience of interdependent infrastructure systems (like power grids and gas transmission networks) under potential disruptive events. A specific set of analytical tools are introduced based on quantitative models of infrastructure systems operation and their functional interdependencies. Specifically, the game-theoretic attacker-defender and defender-attacker-defender modeling techniques are applied to assessing the resilience of interdependent infrastructure systems under both intentional attacks and natural hazard events, and advising policymakers on making ex-ante and ex-post decisions for improving the resilience of interdependent infrastructures. Several cases are presented to show the proposed methods and highlight the significance of protecting interdependent infrastructure systems.
About the Speaker
Fang Yiping is an assistant professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering, CentraleSupélec, University Paris-Saclay. He graduated from Beihang University with master degree in Electronic and Information Engineering. After that, he moved to École Centrale Paris and obtained his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering. Fang Yiping’s current research interests: 1. Application: risk, reliability and resilience assessment and optimization of complex engineering systems (particularly energy systems) and critical infrastructure. 2. Theory: stochastic models, uncertainty quantification, stochastic and robust optimization, game theory, complex network theory
All interested are welcome!