Posters

NH9.10

Global losses due to natural hazards have shown an increasing trend over the last decades, which is expected to continue due to growing exposure in disaster-prone areas and the effects of climate change. In response, recent years have seen greater worldwide commitment to reducing disaster risk. Working towards this end requires the implementation of increasingly effective disaster risk management (DRM) strategies. These must necessarily be supported by reliable estimates of risk and loss before, during, and after a disaster. In this context, innovation plays a key role.
This session aims to provide a forum to the scientific, public and private discourse on the challenges to innovate DRM. We welcome submissions on the development and application of groundbreaking technologies, big data, and innovative modeling and visualization approaches for disaster risk assessment and DRM decision-making. This includes the quantification and mapping of natural hazard risks and their components (i.e. hazard, exposure, and vulnerability), as well as the forecasting of hazard and impacts prior to a disaster event, or as it is unfolding (in real- or near real-time). We are particularly interested in contributions covering one or more of the following thematic areas in the context of disaster risk assessment and reduction: artificial intelligence and machine learning, big data, remote sensing, social media, volunteered geographic information (VGI), mobile applications, crowdsourcing, internet of things (IoT), and blockchain. We also welcome submissions exploring how these or other innovations can support real-world DRM strategies and translate into improved DRM decisions.

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Co-organized as ESSI1.15/GI2.14
Convener: Rui Figueiredo | Co-conveners: Kai Schröter, Mario Lloyd Virgilio Martina, Carmine Galasso, Judith Cerdà Belmonte, Elise Monsieurs, Liesbet Jacobs
Orals
| Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15
 
Room M1
Posters
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00
 
Hall X3

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.93 |
EGU2019-18297
A mobile application for multi-hazard physical vulnerability prioritization of schools in developing countries
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Carmine Galasso and Arash Nassirpour
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.94 |
EGU2019-6106
Hofit Shachaf and Colin Price
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.95 |
EGU2019-6864
Weijun Ma, Deqin Liu, Hongliang Guan, and Yuqun Li
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.97 |
EGU2019-5009
Elio Decolli, Kejdi Lleshi, Elva Leka, and Luan Arapi
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.98 |
EGU2019-3506
Isak Buhl-Mortensen, Thomas N. Nipen, Ivar A. Seierstad, and Cristian Lussana
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.99 |
EGU2019-2162
Valerio Lorini, Carlos Castillo, Francesco Dottori, Milan Kalas, Domenico Nappo, and Peter Salamon
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.101 |
EGU2019-14768
chen zhong, Faith Taylor, James Millington, and Bruce D. Malamud
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.102 |
EGU2019-16475
Giuseppe Esposito, Ivan Marchesini, Alessandro Mondini, Mauro Rossi, Paola Reichenbach, and Paola Salvati
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.103 |
EGU2019-10707
Adriaan van Natijne, Roderik Lindenbergh, Thom Bogaard, Martin Rutzinger, and Thomas Zieher
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.104 |
EGU2019-7634
Kai Schröter, Nivedita Sairam, Max Steinhausen, Stefan Lüdtke, Viktor Rözer, and Heidi Kreibich
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.105 |
EGU2019-7413
| Highlight
Sebastian Scheuer, Thilo Wellmann, Dagmar Haase, Manuel Wolff, and Annegret Haase
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
Chairperson: Mario L.V. Martina
X3.107 |
EGU2019-15454
Mario L.V. Martina, Rui Figueiredo, David B. Stephenson, and Benjamin D. Youngman