In the Media
May 2016: The STREST project has been featured in the Futuris program of Euronews channel. Watch the video "Imagining the worst for Europe’s riskiest assets" here.
STREST Final Workshop
May 2016: The final STREST stakeholder workshop (taking place in Ljubljana, 16 September 2016) aims at communicating the products developed during the project, namely new research results on natural extreme events and harmonized methods for risk assessment leading to the standardization and implementation in Europe of stress tests for various classes of CIs. It will present the results of applications from a large selection of CIs: petrochemical plants, hydropower dams, oil pipelines, gas networks, port infrastructures and industrial districts. The main innovations presented will be related to seismic hazard and risk, coastal and downstream flooding, as well as to the process of domino effects across natural hazards and CI elements. Invited researchers from partner European projects will also present their main findings. The workshop is addressed to a wide range of stakeholders, including regulators, owners and operators of non-nuclear CIs, civil protection services, and the scientific and technical community. Participation to the workshop is free of charge. See flyer for more details.
STREST Reference Reports
Apr 2016: The first STREST reference report "State-of-the-art and lessons learned from safety studies and stress-tests for critical infrastructures" is now available in the Results section. Five more reports will be published in the coming months.
STREST Scientific Papers
Apr 2016: More than a dozen of articles presenting the results of the STREST project have already been published in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. See the full list in the Results section.
In the Media
XL Group (2015), Redefining Risk for Critical Infrastructure: Q&A with EU STREST Coordinator, Professor Domenico Giardini [LINK]