RESILENS has generated external publications on a number of research topics. A list of the most recent academic publications are referenced in the table below:

Paper/ Publication Title Details

(Journal title e.t.c)

Contributing RESILENS partner More descriptions

(i.e. DOI, weblink, if any)

Analytical resilience quantification for critical infrastructure and technical systems In Walls, L., Revie, M. and Bedford, T. (Eds.), Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice, Glasgow, Scotland, 25-29, September 2016, Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK, pp. 2122–2128. Finger, J., Hasenstein, S., Siebold, U. and Häring, I. (2016)


Formalizing Resilience Concepts for Critical Infrastructure In the International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) Resource Guide on Resilience.  Academic paper which highlighted the potential solutions the RESILENS project tools aim to deliver to resilience operationalisation. FAC – Hynes, W., Purcell, S., Walsh, SW., & Ehimen, E.
A Novel GIS Mapping Tool for Urban and Critical Infrastructures Resilience Management Proceedings of the Resilient Cities 2016 Congress: Article 1. Peer reviewed conference proceedings. FAC – Ehimen, E., Sweeney, J., Dowling, C., &  Hynes, W.
Moving through crisis and resilience: An activity-centred CONOPS of CI organisations Publication in: Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016 (Glasgow, Scotland, 25-29 September 2016). TCD, CIHS – Cooke, M. & Murphy, E. In Lesley, W., Revie, M. & Bedford, T. 2016. (Eds) Risk, Reliability and Safety:

Innovating Theory and Practice. (London, UK: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group).

ISBN 9781138029972 – CAT# K30324

RESILENS Aims to Promote the Uptake of Resilience Management Strategies in Urban Societies Press release in ‘Irish Tech News’. This article highlights the research opportunity and the potential to develop tools from the RESILENS project which can address the impact of disruptions to CI and the need for implementing resilience concepts. FAC
Critical Infrastructure Lifelines and the Politics of Anthropocentric Resilience Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses. Academic peer reviewed paper. UoW-

Coaffe, J.,

& Clarke, J.

doi 10.1080/21693293.2016.1241475