Dr. Linkov leads the Risk and Decision Science Team and Focus Area at the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center. He is currently leading several projects implementing resilience management for cyber systems, critical infrastructure, energy and environment. He has published widely on environmental policy, environmental modeling, and risk analysis, including thirteen books and over 200 peer-reviewed papers and book chapters. Dr. Linkov has organized more than twenty national and international conferences and continuing education workshops, including 2014 workshop on Risk and Resilience in Berlin. He is recipient of two Army medals for outstanding civilian service and Society for Risk Analysis Chauncey Starr Award for exceptional contribution to Risk Analysis and Fellow Award.

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As terrorist attacks and natural disasters become more frequent and costly, the U.S. Office of the President is initiating a national push to create a more resilient society1-3 that can recover from these events and persevere. Resilience, as defined by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS), is the ability to plan and prepare for, […]

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