This year the Energy and Power Research Day sponsored by the TEES Smart Grid Center (SGC) and the Energy and Power Group of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering was held at the Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) located on the TAMUS RELLIS Campus on April 28. Presentations on research projects and invigorating discussions provided opportunities for direct communication with industry. The event was chaired by Dr. Thomas Overbye, SGC Director (Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, O’Donnell Foundation Chair III, Member, National Academy of Engineering). One of the sessions was a workshop titled “Power System Cybersecurity Roundtable: Challenges & Opportunities in Grid Cyber-Physical Intrusion Response” chaired by Dr. Kate Davis (Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering). An optional technical tour to the SGC Control Room Lab facilities offered hands-on activities and demos. More than 90 attendees participanted in the event including several SGC faculty collaborators, their students, an industry representatives. The agenda of the event with links to the presentation slides is posted here.