Welcome to CRISP
This is the web home of the multi-disciplinary center within Purdue's College of Engineering called the Center for Resilient Infrastructures, Systems, and Processes (CRISP).
Our society is crucially dependent on several interdependent critical infrastructure systems and processes for operating these systems. These are subjected to various kinds of hazards and faults, both natural and malicious, often leading to user-visible failures. Our center provides the scientific method to analyze the failure modes of the infrastructures and provide engineering tools to systematically build in resilience. Initial focus areas are cyberinfrastructure, cyber physical systems, and large-scale built structures. We will develop techniques that apply broadly across multiple domains to complement existing domain-specific techniques from the specialists.
June: CRISP student awards program and NSF-sponsored Grand Challenges in Resilience Workshop in Fall
If you are a CRISP affiliate, chime in with your thoughts on these two upcoming programs.
April: CRISP faculty awards announced
A panel of judges from industry, government, and Purdue thought leaders evaluated nominations for technical achievement and vision. The winners are Tiark Rompf in the "Outstanding Star" category and David Inouye in the "Rising Star" category.
January: Awards program for CRISP faculty for outstanding technical contributions
We are announcing an award to recognize outstanding technical contributions by CRISP faculty. Deadline to apply is February 15, announcement of awards is March 10.
What Are We All About?
CRISP Director, Prof. Saurabh Bagchi talking about the center's goals.