Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Tools (ArtIT) for Cyber Hardening of Power Grids
NC State will lead a research and development project to develop cyber security tools for electric power grids. This project will be executed by a team of researchers and engineers with expertise in digital security, communication systems and energy engineering. The team will work together to create reliable and effective cyber security tools to secure electric power grids against malicious attacks. The end goal of the project is to ensure the safety and stability of electric power grids.
Florida International University
The grant—running from February 23, 2023 to September 30, 2025—is for a total of $310,004.
The project will develop cyber security tools for electric power grids.
Iqbal HusainABB Distinguished Professor
Director, FREEDM Center
100-19 Keystone Science Center
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