23791 - ENMA 771   Risk and Vulnerability Management of Complex Interdependent Systems

Seminar discussions and team projects. A systematic approach to basic principles of design, economics and management of critical infrastructure systems, including issues of risk, vulnerability and risk governance. Development of advanced methodologies, e.g. system of systems, by use of complexity analysis, dynamic/chaotic behavior, threat analysis, resilient design and management under normal and stress conditions. Adopting an agent based modeling approach under conditions of uncertainty, dysfunctionality, malicious attacks and/or presence of natural perils.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Spring 2021
Instructor approval
Gheorghe, Adrian
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Weekly Live Sessions

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

04:20 PM - 07:00 PM

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