Training: Courses

CIPRNet Courses

The aim of this An event describes what happens to a component in the CI model if a condition is fulfilled, e.g. the tripping of a transmission line at a certain time.
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was to perform training and activities for the The European Council Directive 2008/114/EC defines: ‘Critical infrastructure’ (CI) means an asset, system or part thereof located in Member States which is essential for the maintenance of vital societal functions, health, safety, security, economic..
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Critical Infrastructure
Protection community, in order to strengthen the links between different research institutions and create common views. Because the course of Modelling denotes the action of designing and creating a conceptual model or a computational model or a CI model or a computer simulation. Other synonyms may apply as well.
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Modelling
, See computer simulation.
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Simulation
and Analysis of Critical Infrastructures covers a broad area of topics, the Postgraduate Master in Homeland Security tends to focus on the dynamics of technological innovation and the need of adaptive See User-specified behaviour, System-specified behaviour
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of businesses and markets. Within these dynamics it is possible to narrow the focus even further and learn the skills necessary to work in one of several emerging or well-established industries.

Third CIPRNet Course at Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma

The third CIPRNet Course inside the post graduate Master in Homeland Security (Edition 3, 14th-15th July 2016) offers the opportunity to the attendees to familiarise with the federated See computer simulation.
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simulation
tools developed within the CIPRNet project.

The program of the course focuses on basic concepts about MS&A (Modelling, See computer simulation.
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Simulation
and Analysis) of Critical Infrastructures (CI), advanced aspects related to federated See computer simulation.
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simulation
(day 1) and CIPRTrainer, a training system that allows ‘what if’ analysis for exploring different courses of action in complex crisis situations, developed within the CIPRNet project (day 2, with hands-on exercises). The course covers the following areas:

Second CIPRNet Course at Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma

The second Course inside the post graduate Master in Homeland Security (Edition 2, 9th-10th July 2015) offers the opportunity to the attendees to familiarise with the federated See computer simulation.
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simulation
tools developed within the CIPRNet project. The program of the course is based on the design of the general training course and taking into account the results of the participant satisfaction forms. The program is particularly focused on the Decision Support System
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DSS
tool developed by ENEA within the CIPRNet project. The course covers the following areas:

First CIPRNet Course at Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma

The first CIPRNet Course in Modelling denotes the action of designing and creating a conceptual model or a computational model or a CI model or a computer simulation. Other synonyms may apply as well.
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Modelling
, See computer simulation.
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Simulation
and Analysis of Critical Infrastructures (Edition 1) has been held inside the Master in Homeland Security on 10th-11th July 2014 at UCBM Headquarters, Rome, Italy. In this 1.5-day training An event describes what happens to a component in the CI model if a condition is fulfilled, e.g. the tripping of a transmission line at a certain time.
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, basic concepts about MS&A (Modelling, See computer simulation.
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Simulation
and Analysis) of Critical Infrastructures (CI) and advanced aspects related to federated See computer simulation.
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simulation
and the use of the Open Modelling denotes the action of designing and creating a conceptual model or a computational model or a CI model or a computer simulation. Other synonyms may apply as well.
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Modelling
Interface (OpenMI) have been illustrated in a multi-disciplinary framework. Experts from the multi-disciplinary FP7 network CIPRNet presented the lectures. The course covered the following areas: