IDRC Davos 2016 CONFERENCE AGENDA

The programme includes the IDRC Davos 2016 agenda of sessions, plenary sessions, special panels and workshops. Click on the session title for more details.

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IDRC Davos 2016 CONFERENCE AGENDA


Date: Sunday, 28/Aug/2016
2:30pm
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4:00pm
Participants Registration
4:00pm
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6:45pm
Opening: Official Conference Opening Ceremony
Room: Davos I

Welcoming Remarks:

  • Walter J. AMMANN, Chairman IDRC Davos 2016, CEO Global Risk Forum GRF Davos, Davos, Switzerland
  • Simi VALAER, Deputy Mayor of Davos, Davos, Switzerland


Special Musical Highlight
Julia Gloor's Ensemble Element with Volkstoenen

  • Glockenruf: Small bells will be played that resemble goats and cowbells, concluded by musicians playing clarinets.
  • Das Labyrinth: Stephanie Szanto (Alt) and Andreas Frueh (Tenor) will play a wonderful duet, accompanied by singers sitting on milking stools that represent Switzerland.


Keynote I: An Integrated Approach to Risk Management

  • Flavia SCHLEGEL, Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences, United Nations Educational, Scientific amd Cultural Organization UNESCO, Paris, France


Music by Ensemble Element

  • Kranz der Helvetia: The heroic picture of Helvetia will be humorously presented along with a poem read through a milk funnel. A solo part (Alt and Soprano) will be elegantly played, followed by the clarinet and a surprising conclusion.
  • OGottogott: Have you ever wondered what the first travels on a postbus through the Alps were like? Rhythmic and bumpy? Maybe it was like an untuned horn? Close your eyes and feel the history with this wonderful music.

Interview with Andreas Frueh, tenor



Keynote II: Making Peace is a Marathon

  • May EL KHALIL, Founder and President of the Beirut International Marathon, Beirut, Lebanon



Music by Ensemble Element

  • Heimat - World Premiere: The traditional instruments form the solid base of familiarity and stability, whereas the singing represents transition, evanescence and associated insecurities. The interesting composition with a tenor solo, speaker, Hackbrett (traditional percussion instrument) and a milk funnel indicate an unusual sound experience.
  • Stets i Truure: The ensemble will positively and powerfully conclude with a newly arranged, traditional folk song by Julia Gloor.


Keynote III: Human Resilience – the Socio-Psychological Dimension

  • Jürg KESSELRING, Head of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation, Rehabilitation Centre Valens and Member of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Switzerland


Keynote IV: Modern Societies and Resilience – a Key to Success

  • Dan CHIRONDOJAN, Director DG JRC Directorate E – Space, Security and Migration, European Commission, Ispra, Italy

 

Welcoming Remarks

AMMANN, Walter


Welcoming Remarks

VALAER, Simi


Keynote I: An Integrated Approach to Risk Management

SCHLEGEL, Flavia


Keynote II: Making Peace is a Marathon

EL KHALIL, MAY


Keynote III: Human Resilience – the Socio-Psychological Dimension

KESSELRING, Juerg


Keynote IV: Modern Societies and Resilience – a Key to Success

CHIRONDOJAN, DAN

6:45pm
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8:00pm
Welcome Reception
Date: Monday, 29/Aug/2016
8:30am
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10:00am
Session 01: Terrorism Preparedness and Response
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Laila Hussein MOUSTAFA, University of Illinois
Chair: Stefan PICKL, Universitä„t der Bundeswehr München
 

Crisis Management Strategies of Thailand‘s Tourism Industry Following Political Unrest and Terrorism in 2014/15

KRIHA, Kerstin


Adapting Mass Casualty Response In An Era Of Increased Active Shooter Incidents

KEATING, Bradley Charles


Counterterrorism Hospitals Preparedness and Response, An Italian Pilot Project

ROSSODIVITA, Alessandra; GISMONDO, Maria Rita; PICCO, Carlo; ZOLI, Alberto; RIZZARDINI, Giuliano


Certified Systems to Reduce Security Risks in Modern Societies and the Contribution of the CRISP Approach

WURSTER, Simone; HIRSCHMANN, Nathalie; KAMARA, Irene; SVEINSDOTTIR, Thordis


Terrorism and the Challenges of Conflict-induced Disasters in Nigeria

JINADU, Asimiyu Mohammed

Session 02: Inclusive DRR: Involve the Most Vulnerable
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Andreas RECHKEMMER, University of Denver
 

An Analysis of Perception to Natural Disasters of the Elderly in Beijing

CUI, Shujuan; CAI, Lliang; GUO, Ailun; WANG, Jing'ai


Suggestion from the Elderly Person Facilities at the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake

OKAMOTO, Takiko; OOKAWA, Ichiro; NAKAMURA, Zynko; KANDA, Takashi


Making DiDRR a Reality: A Three-Step Approach to Empowering People with Disabilities to Become Agents of Change and Resilience

CALGARO, Emma; CRAIG, Leilani; CRAIG, Nick; DOMINEY-HOWES, Dale; GARTRELL, Alexandra; JOHNSON, Karlee; KRONGKANT, Parichatt; SAORATH, Ngin; ZAYAS, Jerome


The Role of Children in Disaster Risk Reduction Policies: A Case Study with Hearing and Hard of Hearing Children

NIKOLARAIZI, Magda; GOUNARI, Ntina; VALOUMAS, Ioannis; ARGYROPOULOS, Vassilios


Critical Voices, Existing Choices: Deliberative Polling Options for Improving Resilience of People in Rapidly Urbanising Tamale, Ghana

CHIRAWURAH, Dennis; FISHKIN, James; SANTUAH, Niagia; SIU, Alice


Exploring Vulnerability of Low Income People due to Consecutive Disasters: A Case Study on Kalapara Urban Area of Bangladesh

DEV, Papon Kumar

Session 03: Public Health: New Insights and Novel Approaches
Room: Sertig
Chair: James Herbert WILLIAMS, University of Denver
Chair: Reza NASSIRI, Michigan State University
 

Integrative Review of Factors Associated with the Willingness of Health Care Personnel to Work during an Influenza Public Health Emergency

DEVNANI, Mahesh; GUPTA, Anil Kumar


Effective Translation of Epidemiological Modeling to Support Resilience: Building Tools for Public Health Decision Making

GRAEDEN, Ellie; STANDLEY, Claire; SORRELL, Erin; KERR, Justin; KATZ, Rebecca


Longterm Impacts of Natural Disasters on Public Health Systems

RAICH, Margit; LORENZONI, Nina; STUMMER, Harald


Collaborative Health Threat Detection and Risk Assessment: A Case Study

DOHERTY, Brian


Trauma Signature Analysis of the 2014/2015 West Africa Ebola Outbreak: The Prominent Role of Fear-Related Behaviors (FRBs)

SHULTZ, James Michael


Overview of Health Impacts Caused by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and our Opportunity to ‘Build Back Better’

OCHI, Sae; KATO, Shigeaki; LEPPOLD, Claire; SAWANO, Toyoaki; NOMURA, Shuhei; MORITA, Tomohiro; TSUBOKURA, Masaharu; OIKAWA, Tomoyoshi; SHINEHA, Ryuzaburo


Post-nuclear Disaster Evacuation and Chronic Health in Adults in Fukushima, Japan: A Long-term Retrospective Analysis

NOMURA, Shuhei; BLANGIARDO, Marta; TSUBOKURA, Masaharu; OZAKI, Akihiko; MORITA, Tomohiro; HODGSON, Susan

Session 04: Integrative Risk Management: Assessments, Concepts and Scenarios
Room: Flüela
Chair: Sidika TEKELI-YESIL, Hacettepe University Institute of Public Health
 

Development of Disaster Profiling Technique for Case-based Cause Analysis

LEE, Mi-Ran; YEO, Chang-Geon; SEO, Bo-Young; KIM, Hyun-Ju


A Life Cycle Hazard Assessment (LCHA) Framework to Address Fire Hazards at the Wildland-urban Interface

LINDQUIST, Eric


Integrative Risk Management for Catastrophe Destroying 10-20% of Global Food Supply

DENKENBERGER, David Charles; PEARCE, Joshua; TAYLOR, Andy Ray


The Progress of Earthquake Risk Reduction and Recovery in Turkey: From Marmara to Van

VAROL, Asaf; ENIA, Jason


Flood Risk Zonation for Karaj

GHANAVATI, Ezatollah


Expected Skills, Required Program Content and Assessment System to Address the Diverse Century Challenges for Future Engineers.

ALLIA, Khedidja


City Diplomacy: The Use of International Capacity in Integrated Management of Metropolises Crisis

ABNIKI, Hassan; KASHIRI, Hossein

10:00am
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10:30am
Networking Break
10:30am
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12:30pm
Plenary 1: Implementing Resilience in a World of Interconnectedness and Emerging Challenges
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by DG JRC, European Commission

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

  • Dan Chirondojan, Director DG JRC Directorate E: Space, Security and Migration, European Commission, Ispra, Italy

    "Linking the dots: From islands of knowledge to resilient societies"

SESSION CHAIR: Georg PETER, Head of Unit, DG JRC, European Commission, Ispra, Italy

PANELLISTS:

  • Paul Th. GELTON, Director Resilience, National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security, Ministry of Security and Justice, The Haague, The Netherlands

    "The Dutch comprehensive approach to resilient infrastructures"

  • Arnoud MOLENAAR, Chief Resilience Officer, the City of Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Satoru NISHIKAWA, Executive Director of Research, Japan Center for Area Development Research JCADR, Tokyo, Japan

    "Institutionalizing the Application of Latest DRR Technologies for the Public at Large, the Japanese Efforts to Reach the Last One Mile"

  • Stephen CAUFFMAN, Research Engineer, National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST)

    "Community Resilience Planning"

 

Linking the dots: From islands of knowledge to resilient societies

CHIRONDOJAN, DAN


Chair Plenary 1: Implementing Resilience in a World of Interconnectedness and Emerging Challenges

PETER, Georg


Panelist Plenary 1: Implementing Resilience in a World of Interconnectedness and Emerging Challenges

GELTON, Paul


Panelist Plenary 1: Implementing Resilience in a World of Interconnectedness and Emerging Challenges

MOLENAAR, Arnoud


Institutionalizing the application of latest DRR technologies for the public at large, the Japanese efforts to reach the last one mile

NISHIKAWA, Satoru


Community Resilience Planning

CAUFFMAN, Stephen Alan

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Networking Lunch
Poster 1: Natural and Man-Made Disasters: Potential Impacts, Analyses and Damage Assessments
 

Relocation of Towns due to Landslides and Torrential Flows Hazards in Boyacá, Colombia [PB 01]

FONSECA, Héctor; CEBALLOS, Jenny Andrea


Drought-flood Variation in Arid Northwestern China during the past 539 Years [PB 02]

WAN, Jinhong


Analysis of the Flood Disaster Characteristics and Disaster Mechanism Caused by super Typhoon Rammasun in 2014 [PB 03]

WAN, Jinhong; TAN, Xuming


The Distribution of Flood Disaster Loss in China during 1950-2013 [PB 04]

WAN, Jinhong; LIU, Jiangang; DENG, Jun; LI, Yunpeng


Social Determinants of Mid- to Long-term Disaster Impacts on Health: A Systematic Review [PB 05]

NOMURA, Shuhei; PARSONS, Alexander J.Q.; HIRABAYASHI, Mayo; KINOSHITA, Ryo; LIAO, Yi; HODGSON, Susan


A Disaster Complexity Tale: The South Pacific Origins of the Blizzard of 2016 [PB 06]

SHULTZ, James Michael


A Complex Systems Analysis of the Lac-Mégantic Runaway Train Derailment [PB 07]

SHULTZ, James Michael


The Impact of Earthquakes on Water Works Objects and its Safety Problems [PB 08]

ABIROV, Rustam Abdullaevich; AKHMEDOV, Mashrap


The Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Tropical Cyclone Track Landfall in Oman [PB 09]

AL MANJI, Suad Saud; LOVETT, Pro Jon; MITCHELL, Dr Gordon


The Policies of Seismic Risk Management: Case of the Protected Areas of Dellys and Tenes Cities, Algeria [PB 10]

SEHILI, Farida


Climate Change Effects on Precipitation Extremes in Central Europe [PB 11]

KYSELY, Jan; RULFOVA, Zuzana; BERANOVA, Romana; GAAL, Ladislav


Earthquake-Related Damage of Ecuador [PB 12]

ALARCON, Patricia; BELTRAN, Jose; OSORNIO, Edgar; ESPINOZA, Antonio


Water Filled Pores as Related to Water Storage and Hydraulic Conductivity in Agricultural Soils of the Nile Delta [PB 13]

AMER, Abdelmonem Mohamed Ahmed


Impact of Drought on Archaeological Buildings, Case Study: 33 Pol, Isfahan [PB 14]

ROD, Amir F.; AGHEBATI, Niloofar; FARAJOLLAHI ROD, Koushan


Flood Damages and Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in Iran, the Case of Golestan Province [PB 15]

GHAZI, Iran; MOSADEGHI, Adel


Disaster Risk Reduction of World Heritage Sites of Iran, the case of Persepolis and Naghshe-e Rustam Sites [PB 16]

GHAZI, Iran; REZAEI MONFARED, Masoud; TALEBIAN, Mohammad hassan


Estimation of Occurence and Intensity of Extreme Convective Events Based on Large Scale Atmospheric Parameters [PB 17]

ULBRICH, Sven; BROCKLEHURST, Aidan; GEORGIADIS, Alexandros; PINTO, Joaquim


Emergency Situation and the People with Chronic Diseases [PB 18]

BATHAEE, Reza; EHGHAGHI, Sina; ASADPOUR, Marjan


Understanding Risk for Developing a National Plan for Disaster Risk Reduction [PB 18B]

OKTAY, Fuat; BALCILAR, Mehmet; KURADA, Betül

Poster 2: Communication and Outreach DRR: Community-Based Actions and Best Practices
 

Organizational Learning from Disastrous Events: A Case Study of a Multi-Utility Company Learning through the 2012 Northern Italy Earthquakes [PB 19]

ZHOU, Shanshan; BATTAGLIA, Massimo


Implementation of Hygiene Monitoring at Shelters on NepalQuake: 1 Year Follow-up for Improvement [PB 20]

KANBARA, Sakiko; JOSHI, Archana; POKHAREL, Tara; SHARMA, Chandrakara; PANDEY, Apsara; MIYAGAWA, Shoko; NGATU, Roger; LEE, Hyonju; NOJIMA, Sayumi


Citizen activity in Water Monitoring ─ How to Boost it [PB 21]

ZUCIKA, Aija; VALTONEN, Tuomas; PAAVOLAINEN, Anne; VUORELA, Samu; LEHTINEN, Lilli


Syrian Population Movements and Camp Management with Together Vulnerable Groups [PB 22]

VURAL, Cem


Determinants of Community Recovery in the Aftermath of Moore Tornado [PB 23]

NEJAT, ALI; JAMALI, Mehdi


Lifesaving Media Initiative to Enhance the Quantity and Quality of Media Presence in DRR [PB 24]

MEMARI, Simin; HOSSEINI, Mohammad


Toward Disaster-Resilient Urbans: How to Increase Community Resilience by Planning a Sustainable Water Infrastructure in High-Risk Areas [PB 25]

ALAVI, Seyed mohsen; KARIMI, Asadallah; MASOUD, Mohammad


The Role of Children in Disaster Risk Reduction [PB 26]

MOHAMMADINIA, Leila; KHORASANI-ZAVAREH, Davoud; ARDALAN, Ali

 
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Session 05: Risk and Resilience Indices
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Marc STAL, Global Risk Forum GRF Davos
 

Development of a Women’s Safety Index on Gender-based Violence: A Cross-Regional Analysis of Risk Factors in Seoul City

CHANG, Mi-Hye; RHO, Sunghoon


Stress Testing Cities ─ How to Live and Plan with New Risks

KÖTTER, Theo; WEISS, Dominik; ASADZADEH, Asad


Measuring the Progress of a Recovery Process after an Earthquake: The Case of L’Aquila, Italy

CONTRERAS, Diana; BLASCHKE, Thomas


The Power of Communities in Coping with Natural Disasters: The Case of El Morro, Chile

MORENO, Jenny


An Analysis of National Disaster Vulnerability, Risk and Resilience Indices

BECCARI, Benjamin


The multiscale patterns of urban disaster resilience: Case study of Tehran City, Iran

ASADZADEH, Asad; KÖTTER, Theo; WEISS, Dominik

Session 06: Governance Challenges and Emerging Risks
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Alan Peter MARCH, University of Melbourne
Chair: Hong MI, Zhejiang University
 

Exploring the Future of Resilience and Mitigation to Better Plan for Disaster Risk Reduction.

RIDDELL, Graeme Angus; VAN DELDEN, Hedwig; MAIER, Holger Robert; ZECCHIN, Aaron Carlo; NEWMAN, Jeffrey Peter; DANDY, Graeme Clyde


Risk Reduction or Redistribution and Exacerbation, An Exploration of Barriers to Urban Flood Risk Governance in an Era of Climate Change

VU, Canh Toan; POWELL, Neil; SMITH, Tim


IRGC Guidelines for Emerging Risk Governance

FLORIN, Marie-Valentine; MAZRI, Chabane


Global Environmental Risk and its Governance Consilience Mode

PEIJUN, Shi; XIAOBIN, Hu; MING, Wang; TAO, Ye; XU, Yang


The Next Frontier of Behavioural Risk Management in “Tough Guy, Macho” Organizations

DOBRA, Alexandra


Integration of eco-DRR at natural UNESCO sites

YASUKAWA, Soichiro; PAVLOVA, Irina; MC KEEVER, Patrick; DOGSE, Peter; KARI, Susanna

Session 07: Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in the Context of Major Risks and Prevention and Management
Room: Sertig
Chair: Mechthilde FUHRER, European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement (EUR-OPA)
 

Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in the Context of Major Risks and Prevention and Management

FUHRER, Mechthilde


Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees with Disabilities in the Context of Major Risks Prevention and Management

SIMON, Jean-Luc


Migrants in Disasters, Specific Conditions of Vulnerability

GUADAGNO, Lorenzo


Linkages in Disasters: A Perspective on Migrants Inclusivity in Disaster Risk Reduction

ROBLES, Lisette Robles; ICHINOSE, Tomohiro

Session 08: Effective Risk and Crisis Communication
Room: Flüela
Chair: Sandra SCHUSTER, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
 

Using Social Media and Digital Volunteers for Building Cross-border Disaster Resilience

KAMINSKA, Kate


Research ‘Down Under’: How Natural Hazards Research Contributes to a More Resilient New Zealand

BRACKLEY, Hannah; BERRYMAN, Kelvin; PINAL, Catherine


The Role of the Media in Risk Communication

TEKELI-YESIL, Sidika; KARA, Melike


A Study of Iran's Crisis Managers Point of Views Regarding Interaction with the Media in Disaster Management

MEMARI, Simin


Multimedia Atlases of SEISMO-MATRICES and SEISMO-SHAPE GAME

CIUFFI, Filippo


Capacity Building in Disaster Risk Reduction Through Utilization of Social Networks in Tehran

SADEGHI, Ahmad; RADNIA, Ramin; VAZIRPOUR, Shabbou; PENHANI, Davod

3:00pm
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3:15pm
Break
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Semi-Plenary 2a: Anti-corruption as part of an Integrative Risk Management – Experiences from the Non-Profit, Public and Private Sector
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by Swiss Institute for Entrepreneurship (SIFE), University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Chur, Switzerland

SESSION CHAIR: Christian HAUSER, Professor, Business Economics and International Management, PRME Business Integrity Action Center, Swiss Institute for Entrepreneurship (SIFE), University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Chur, Switzerland

PANELLISTS:

  • Barbara MAURER, Legal Advisor, State Secretariat for Economics SECO, Berne, Switzerland

    "Support by the Swiss Federal Administration and the Swiss Embassies Regarding Corruption Prevention"

  • Pascal HANS, Senior Manager, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Corporate Compliance Services Team (FIDS), Ernst & Young, Zurich

    "Methods and Compliance Programs for Anti-Corruption"

  • Christian HAUSER, Professor of Business Economics and International Management, PRME Business Integrity Action Center, Swiss Institute for Entrepreneurship (SIFE), University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Switzerland

    "Firms’ approach to corruption risk management and the effectiveness of anti-corruption training"

  • Gernot DRESCH, Chief Compliance Officer, Corporate Legal Department, Hilti Corporation, Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein

    "How to efficiently manage corruption risks in an organization with 23,000 people in 70 different countries - the practical perspective of the Hilti Corporation"

  • Konrad MEYER, Vice-President Transparency International Switzerland, Berne, Switzerland

    "The Influence of Public Awareness and Transparency on Corporate Governance and Risk Management – Some Practical Experiences"

 

Chair Semi-Plenary 2a: Anti-corruption as part of an Integrative Risk Management – Experiences from the Non-Profit, Public and Private Sector

HAUSER, Christian


Support by the Swiss Federal Administration and the Swiss Embassies Regarding Corruption Prevention

MAURER, Barbara


Methods and Compliance Programs for Anti-Corruption

HANS, Pascal


Panelist Semi-Plenary 2a: Anti-corruption as part of an Integrative Risk Management – Experiences from the Non-Profit, Public and Private Sector

HAUSER, Christian


How to efficiently manage corruption risks in an organization with 23,000 people in 70 different countries - the practical perspective of the Hilti Co

DRESCH, Gernot


Panelist Semi-Plenary 2a: Anti-corruption as part of an Integrative Risk Management – Experiences from the Non-Profit, Public and Private Sector

MEYER, Konrad

Semi-Plenary 2b: The Role of the Media in DRR - How to link between Academia and Media to disseminate better and more timely information to the public
Room: Schwarzhorn

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by International Research Institute of Disaster Science IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

SESSION CHAIR: Yuichi ONO, Assistant Director and Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

PANELLISTS:

  • Yuichi ONO, Assistant Director and Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
  • Shinichi TAKEDA, Kahoku Shimpo, the Daily Newspaper of Sendai, Sendai, Japan
  • René MEHRMANN, Project Manager Media, Somedia Publishing Ltd., Chur, Switzerland
  • Brian Doherty, DG JRC EC Brussels:

    "The Role of New and Traditional Media in Alerting and Risk Communication"

  • Stéphane JACOBZONE, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD, Paris:

    "Risk communication by government and the role of the social media in crisis communication"

 

Panelist Semi-Plenary 2b: The Role of the Media in DRR - How to link between Academia and Media to disseminate better and more timely information...

JACOBZONE, Stéphane


Chair/Panelist Semi-Plenary 2b: The Role of the Media in DRR - How to link between Academia and Media to disseminate better and more timely info...

ONO, Yuichi


Panelist Semi-Plenary 2b: The Role of the Media in DRR - How to link between Academia and Media to disseminate better and more timely ...

TAKEDA, Shinichi


Panelist Semi-Plenary 2b: The Role of the Media in DRR - How to link between Academia and Media to disseminate better and more timely information...

MEHRMANN, Rene


The Role of New and Traditional Media in Alerting and Risk Communication

DOHERTY, Brian

4:45pm
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4:55pm
Break
4:55pm
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5:55pm
Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

SESSION CHAIR: Peijun SHI, Executive Vice President and Professor Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

PANELLISTS:

  • Qian YE, Professor, Climate change impacts, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
  • Andreas RECHKEMMER, American Humane Endowed Chair, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Denver, Denver, USA
  • Peijun SHI, Executive Vice President and Professor Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
 

Chair Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance

PEIJUN, SHI


Panelist Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance

JAEGER, Carlo


Panelist Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance

WEI, Gary


Panelist Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance

YE, Qian

5:55pm
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6:00pm
Break
6:00pm
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7:30pm
Session 09: Getting Ready - Emergency Planning
Room: Seehorn
Chair: David ALEXANDER, UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction
 

Development & Application of Ichi-Nichi-Mae Project for Disaster Awareness: If You Were Back One Day before the Disaster, What Would You Do?

NISHIKAWA, Satoru; SASHIDA, Tomohisa; IKEGAMI, Mikiko; KAGIYA, Hajime; SUZUKI, Noriko; NAKAGAWA, Kazuyuki


Preventing and Managing Large-Scale Disasters in Swiss Cities

MADUZ, Linda; ROTH, Florian; PRIOR, Tim


Societal Acceptance of Unnecessary Evacuation

MCCAUGHEY, Jamie W; MUNDZIR, Ibnu; PATT, Anthony; ROSEMARY, Rizanna; SAFRINA, Lely; MAHDI, Saiful; DALY, Patrick


Evaluation Competent Disaster Nurse in Saudi Arabia Against International Disaster Standards (Dual United Nation and United States Framework

BANAJAH, Samah Mahmoud; GORMLEY, Kevin; ROGERS, Katherine M.


Who Can Save our Cultural Heritage in Time of War

MOUSTAFA, Laila


Mobile Satellite Communications ─ Disaster and Crisis Management

BHARTI, Ashok Kumar


Resource Management Condition in Tehran Metropolis (Emergency Operation Centers of Tehran District)

SDEGHI, Ahmad; NADI, Mohsen; FARZADBEHTASH, MohammadReza

Session 10: Organizational Resilience and Business Risk Management
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Ghadeer Rashed ALFANDI, Ministry of Electricity and Water
 

Defining Resilience: Trends in Continuity

DEMROVSKY, Chloe


Organizational Learning from Disastrous Events: A Case Study of a Multi-Utility Company Learning through 2012 Northern Italy Earthquakes

ZHOU, Shanshan; BATTAGLIA, Massimo


Thailand Business Risk Assessment for Disaster Management

THAMARUX, Patcharavadee; LEELAWAT, Natt; MATSUOKA, Masashi


Toward Integrative Organizational Risk Management: Total Exposure Management

BANASIEWICZ, Andrew


Qualitative Risk Assessment for Business Continuity Management in University

KWON, Jeong Hwan; YOON, Hong Sik; SONG, Moon Su; CHO, Min Kyung

Session 11: Community-Based and Empowerment Initiatives
Room: Sertig
Chair: Emma Lidia CALGARO, University of Sydney
Chair: Makarand (Mark) HASTAK, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
 

Bottom-up Organizing and Empowerment in Post-Disaster Work

BONDESSON, Sara Eliisa


Community Based Early Warning System for Landslides: The Case of Four Gramaniladhari Divisions of Matale District, Sri Lanka

WIJESINGHE, Menake Ranjith


Social Capital and Disaster Resilience: A Canadian Case Study

NIRUPAMA, Niru; JUBRIL, Judith


Development of Comunity-Based Tsunami Emergency Response Plan for Penang, Malaysia

AINI, Mat Said; FAKHRU'L-RAZI, Ahmadun; ELISTINA, Abu Bakar; NORHASMAH, Sulaiman


Nuu-chah-nulth Knowledge and Disaster Resilient Indigenous Communities

DICKEN, Emily Kate


Zoning of Gas Pipeline Environmental Risk Assessment in Various Land Unit, Case Study: Gas pipeline in Lorestan Province in Iran

KHALEGHIAN, Maryam; DANEHKAR, Afshin; SHALAMZARI, Nasim

Session 12: Integrative Planning Towards Resilient Networks and Cities
Room: Flüela
Chair: Hedwig VAN DELDEN, RIKS
 

Governing Risk Reduction in the Built Environment: the Case of Victoria, Australia

MARCH, Alan Peter; CLEMENTS, Rebecca; KORNAKOVA, Maria


Risk-informed Urban Planning: Adaptation of the Concepts of Siting and Design of Nuclear Power Plants towards more Resilient Urbanisation

ANDONOV, Anton Georgiev


Risks of Industry 4.0 - An Information Technology Perspective

USLÄNDER, Thomas


Stress Tests for Critical Transport Infrastructure due to Natural Hazards: a Case Study in Bologna, Italy

CLARKE, Julie Ann; CORBALLY, Robert James; TUCKER, Mark John


Operationalization of an ISO 31000-Compliant Resilience Engineering Method, Applied to the Temperature Control in a Smart Building

LÓPEZ, Luis; MOCK, Ralf; ZIPPER, Christian


Evaluation of Different System Identification Methods for Assessment of RC Structures in Aggressive Environments

KALANTARI, Afshin; BAHAR, Omid; ABBASI, Benyamin

Date: Tuesday, 30/Aug/2016
8:30am
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10:00am
Session 13: Resilient Energy Infrastructure: Energy Security and Sustainability Implications
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Peter BURGHERR, Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)
 

Resilient Energy Infrastructures: Energy Security and Sustainability Implications

BURGHERR, Peter; ROSNER, Robert; SPADA, Matteo; LORDAN, Rebecca


Towards a Safe, Secure and Sustainable Energy Supply: The Role of Resilience in a Holistic and Integrated Framework

BURGHERR, Peter; HIRSCHBERG, Stefan; SPADA, Matteo; ECKLE, Petrissa


Resilient Energy Infrastructures: Energy Security and Sustainability Implications

ROSNER, Robert; BURGHERR, Peter; SPADA, Matteo; LORDAN, Rebecca


Towards the Validation of National Risk Assessments against Historical Observations Using a Bayesian Approach: Application to the Swiss Case

SPADA, Matteo; BURGHERR, Peter; HOHL, Markus


Qualitative Risk Assessment of Coal Combustion Residue Impoundment Closure

LORDAN, Rebecca; SPADA, Matteo; BURGHERR, Peter; ROSNER, Robert

Session 14: Earthquake Resistance of the Built Environment
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Nozar KISHI, Karen Clark and Company
Chair: Peter James MULLINS, Mullins Consulting
 

Post Earthquake Assessment in Forestry and Environments: Needs Careful Prevention and Environmental Recovery for Sustainability in Nepal

KOIRALA, Pashupati Nath; ACHARYA, Krishna Prasad; GHIMIRE, Bal Krishna; OGLETHORPE, Judy; JNAWALI, Shanta Raj; SHARMA, Netra; NEPAL, Santosh Mani; KHANAL, Kapil


Increasing Resilience to Earthquakes: the Earthquakes without Frontiers Experience

SARGEANT, Susanne; DATTA, Ajoy; HOLMES, John; YOUNG, John


Seismic Risk Assessment of Buried Pipelines in City Regions

SHAKIB, Hamzeh


Assessment of Resiliency in Urban Fabrics against Earthquake in Iran (Case Study: Ghazvin)

HABIBI, Seyed Mohsen; NABAVI RAZAVI, Haleh Sadat


Seismic Fragility of Equipment and Support Structure in a Unit of an Oil Complex

KALANTARI, Afshin; ABDI, Davoud


Prepared Schools and Safe Students, a Step Toward Enhancing Urban Resiliency in Tehran

SADEGHI, Ahmad; KALHORI, Heidar; RANGINKAMANI, Amir


Japan Building Vulnerability Characteristics

KISHI, Nozar

Session 15: Climate Change Impacts and Risks
Room: Sertig
Chair: Gisela WACHINGER, University of Stuttgart
Chair: Alexandros GEORGIADIS, Impact Forecasting
 

Analysis of Long-term Variations of Wind Speed and Haze in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and their Correlation

GANGFENG, Zhang; PEIJUN, Shi


Implications of Cascading Effects for the EU Floods Directive

NONES, Michael; PESCAROLI, Gianluca


A Comparative Study of the Mortality Risk of Extreme Temperature in Urban and Rural Areas of China: An Analysis Based on 122 Communities

WANG, Chenzhi; ZHANG, Zhao


Gas Flaring, Climate Change and the Nigeria Case

OLUKOYA, Obafemi A.P


Climate Change Impacts at the Household Level Food Security in the Mountainous Region of Nepal

POUDEL, Shobha; FUNAKAWA, Shinya; SHINJO, Hitoshi


Positive Experiences in Improving the Ecosystem Services of Cities in China and Greece

IMESON, Anton Charles; KOSMAS, Constantinous; LIU, Honghu; ZHANG, Guanhua

10:00am
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10:30am
Networking Break
10:30am
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12:30pm
Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by International Research Institute of Disaster Science IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

SESSION CHAIR: Yuichi ONO, Assistant Director and Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science at Tohoku University, Japan

PANELLISTS:

  • Yukimoto ITO, Vice Mayor, City of Sendai, Sendai, Japan
  • Shinichi TAKEDA, Kahoku Shimpo, Local Newspaper,Sendai City
  • Takuya ITO,Pacific Consultants, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
  • Tadao HASUE, Wellthy Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
  • Satoru NISHIKAWA, Executive Director of Research, Japan Center for Area Development Research, Tokyo, Japan
 

Chair Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

ONO, Yuichi


Panelist Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

ITO, Yukimoto


Panelist Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

TAKEDA, Shinichi


Panelist Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

ITO, Takuya


Panelist Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

HASUE, Tadao


Panelist Plenary 4: 5 Years from the 11 March 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

NISHIKAWA, Satoru

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Networking Lunch
Poster 3: Disaster Toolbox: Models, Frameworks and Indicators
 

Simple Probability Estimation of Drought Losses in China Based on Observed Events and Simulated/Projected SPI [PB 29]

FISCHER, Thomas; JIANG, Tong; SU, Buda; ZHAI, Jianqing


Vulnerability Indices for Disaster and Emergency Response (VIDER) [PB 30]

BECCARI, Benjamin


IRGC Resource Guide on Resilience [PB 31]

FLORIN, Marie-Valentine; LINKOV, Igor


Risk Mitigation Model for Increasing Local Implementation Capacities with Innovative Engineering Techniques [PB 32]

UKER, Nalan; YILMAZ, Onur; CAGLIDIL, Muhip ege; UKER, Uygar; GUNEY, Emel


Introduction of New Method on Engineering Risk Assessment ─ Engineering Error and Effects Analysis (3EA) [PB 33]

IZADI, Mohammad Mahdi


Numerical Investigation on Dynamic Increase Factor Recommended by UFC 4-023-03 Guideline [PB 34]

MASHMOULI, Mahsa; ABDOLLAHZADEH, Gholamreza; FOROUGHI MOGHADAM, Mohammad Javad


Simple and Standardized Model of "Estimative Risk Assessment" in Iran (2014-2016) [PB 35]

ROUHOLLAHEI, Mahboubeh; ESKASH, Hamidreza

Poster 4: Integrative Disaster Risk Management: From Forecasting to Restoration Strategies
 

Vitamins in Agricultural Catastrophes [PB 36]

GRISWOLD, Michael; DENKENBERGER, David Charles; ABDELKHALIQ, Mohamed; COLE, Deborah; PEARCE, Joshua; TAYLOR, Andy Ray


Feeding Everyone if Industry is Disabled [PB 37]

COLE, Deborah; DENKENBERGER, David Charles; GRISWOLD, Michael; ABDELKHALIQ, Mohamed; PEARCE, Joshua


Providing Non-food needs if Industry is Disabled [PB 38]

ABDELKHALIQ, Mohamed; DENKENBERGER, David Charles; GRISWOLD, Michael; COLE, Deborah; PEARCE, Joshua


A Study on Infectious Disease Control System in Korea [PB 40]

CHO, MinKyung; YUN, HongSic; KWON, JeongHwan; LEE, JaeJoon


The Essence - Distributing Information can Save a Life [PB 41]

SAMAD, Oday


Emerging New Technologies for Forecast Warnings of Large Earthquake Events: The Complexity of the New Challenges [PB 42]

DE LA POMERAI, Garry; OUZOUNOV, Dimitar


Threats on the Horizon [PB 44]

ALCANTARA, Patrick


Forest Fire Management: A Missing Agenda Needs a Swift Action for the Disaster Management in Nepal (Discussion for policy transfer) [PB 45]

KOIRALA, Pashupati Nath; TIMALSINA, Bhuban


Application of Numerical Weather Prediction and Data Assimilation in Meteorological Disaster Risk Management in Tehran: Dust Storm [PB 46]

NEYESTANI, Abolfazl; FAKHRI BAFGHI, Bibielham; ROSTAMI JALILIAN, Shima


ZIKA Virus Outbreak, An International Concern [PB 47]

MEDINA, Angeli Santamaria


Consolidation of Disaster Data on Construction Works and Buildings in Belo Horizonte City – Brazil (2009-2015) [PB 48]

LARA, Helen Barreto; AZEVEDO, Rogério Cabral de; ALVES, Alexandre Lucas; ROSA, Deyvid Wavel Barreto; ALVES, Marcos Fábio Guimarães


Risk Determination of Technological Dısasters: Industrial Accidents, Transportation of Hazardous Chemicals and Critical Infrastructures [PB 49]

KURADA, Betül; ÇETİNYOKUŞ, Saliha; ŞEN, Mehmet Fatih; GÜLEŞEN, Osman

1:30pm
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2:00pm
Keynote V: Turning Good Intentions to Concrete Actions
Room: Davos I
  • Nikhil SETH, Assistant Secretary-General and UNITAR Executive Director, Geneva, Switzerland
 

Keynote V: Turning Good Intentions to Concrete Actions

SETH, Nikhil

2:00pm
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2:05pm
Break
2:05pm
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3:35pm
Session 16: Awareness and Preparedness in Integrative Risk Management
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Niru NIRUPAMA, York University
Chair: Lee MILES, Bournemouth University
 

Distrust of Tsunami Vertical Evacuation Buildings

MCCAUGHEY, Jamie W; MUNDZIR, Ibnu; DALY, Patrick; MAHDI, Saiful; PATT, Anthony


Disaster Management Awareness Program in Medical Schools in Nepal: An Inclusive and Comprehensive Approach to Build Community Resilience

PANTA, Sunita


Integrating Partners and Resources to Enhance Community Preparedness

LUBIT, Amanda Jenifer


Key Design Components of an International Field Course on Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction

DOBERSTEIN, Brent Albert


Role of Women in Energy Conservation: Exploring Link between Energy Conservation and Women Economic Empowerment

MUSARRAT, Jabeen


Iran Disaster Risk Reduction, an Institutional Debate

GHAZI, Iran; MAHMOUDZADE, Amir; MOKHTARI, Fereshte


Disaster Risk Reduction of Environmental Impacts from Mining (Case Study: The Laashotor Mines of Isfahan, Iran)

MAHMOUDZADEH, Amir; MOKHTARI, Fereshteh

Session 17: Risk Mapping and Spatial Assessment Tools
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Eric LINDQUIST, Boise State University
 

Vulnerability Assessment Using Spatial Information in terms of Chemical Release Disaster

LEE, Jae Joon; YUN, Hong Sic; SONG, Moon Su; KWON, Jung Hwan


A Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) for Understanding and Reducing Long-Term Disaster Risk

VAN DELDEN, Hedwig; RIDDELL, Graeme Angus; VANHOUT, Roel; MAIER, Holger Robert; ZECCHIN, Aaron Carlo; NEWMAN, Jeffrey Peter; DANIELL, James; DANDY, Graeme Clyde


Tools for Assessment and Mapping of Natural Hazard Risks

BRÜNDL, Michael; ZAUGG, Linda


Risk Assessment and Mapping of Harmful Algal Bloom in Farming Fisheries of South Sea (Korea)

SONG, Moonsoo; YOON, Hongsic; KIM, Taewoo; LEE, Jaejoon


Dynamic Risk Map (DRM) for Enhancing Risk Assessment of Construction Projects in Random Districts in Egypt.

ZABEL, Nael Yousry; ALFANDI, Ghadeer Rashed; SALEH, Mohamed El Said


Development of Urban Flood Analysis Model for Real-time Urban Flood Forecasting and Modeling

CHOI, Sengyong; CHO, Jaewoong; KIM, Yuntae; CHOI, Seongyeol

Session 18: Roles of Scientific Communities for Disaster Risk Reduction Solutions: Perspectives for the Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI)
Room: Sertig
Chair: Andrew E. COLLINS, Disaster and Development Network (DDN), Northumbria University

Panel Discussion Session co-hosted and chaired by GADRI and DPRI, Kyoto University

PANELLISTS:

  • Hirokazu Tatano, Secretary-General, GADRI, Professor, DPRI, Kyoto University, Uji, Japan
  • Ana Maria Cruz, DPRI, Kyoto University, Uji, Japan
  • Sakiko Kanbara, Faculty of Nursing, University of Kochii, Kochi, Japan
  • Badaoui Rouhban,GRF Davos Senior Research Fellow, Special Advisor to the Assistant Director-General of UNESCO for Natural Sciences, Former Director, Disaster Reduction, UNESCO
 

Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI) Discussion Session

COLLINS, Andrew E.


Roles of Scientific Commuinities in Disaster Risk Reduction Solutions Perspectives for the Global Alliance of Disaster...

TATANO, Hirokazu


Disaster Risk Reduction and Nursing - Human Science research the view of survivor

KANBARA, Sakiko


Natech Risk Management Research Challenges

CRUZ NARANJO, Ana Maria

3:35pm
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3:45pm
Break
3:45pm
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5:15pm
Session 19 part 1: Integrating Migrants in Crisis Preparedness, Response and Recovery in Countries of Destination
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Lorenzo GUADAGNO, International Organization for Migration
Chair: Mechthilde FUHRER, European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement (EUR-OPA)
Session 20: Harmonizing DRR and CCA in Urban Areas
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Anamaria BUKVIC, Virginia Tech
Chair: Florian ROTH, ETH Zürich
 

Pathways for Coastal Adaptation in Metro Vancouver

RUTLEDGE, Alexandra Heather


Advancing Coordination Between DRM and CCA in Integrated Flood Risk Management

JEBENS, Martin; SORENSEN, Carlo


Managed Retreat for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction: A Comparison of Three Coastal Megacities

DOBERSTEIN, Brent; RUTLEDGE, Alexandra; AJIBADE, Idowu; TADGELL, Anne


The Process of Involving Citizens in the Planning of “Green Cities”

WACHINGER, Gisela; RENN, Ortwin

Session 21: Country Risk Management: Case Studies
Room: Sertig
Chair: Marie-Valentine FLORIN, EPFL
Chair: Asimiyu Mohammed JINADU, Federal University of Technology Minna
 

Disasters and Long Term Economic Sustainability: A Perspective on Sierra Leone

DUMBUYA, Barlu; NIRUPAMA, Niru


The Disaster Risk Landscape for Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

SHULTZ, James Michael


Afghanistan Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, cost benefit analysis and resilient design recommendations

GLOVER, James; STAL, Marc; AMMANN, Walter J.


The Factors Affecting Institutional Performance in Disaster Management in Oman.

AL MANJI, Suad Saud; LOVETT, Prof Jon; MITCHELL, Dr Gordon


Preliminary Field reconnaissance following August 24, 2016 Italian earthquake in Central Italy

CIMELLARO, Gian Paolo

5:15pm
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5:30pm
Break
5:30pm
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7:00pm
Session 19 part 2: Integrating Migrants in Crisis Preparedness, Response and Recovery in Countries of Destination
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Lorenzo GUADAGNO, International Organization for Migration
Chair: Mechthilde FUHRER, European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement (EUR-OPA)
Session 22: Emergency Management: Efficiency and Decision Making Strategies
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Olga SPACKOVA, Technische Universität München
Chair: Michael BRÜNDL, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
 

Post-Earthquake Disaster Management and Structural Assessments

KASHANI, Mr Nirvan; FOX, Dr Andrew; EASTERBROOK, Mr Dave


Collaboration and Decision Making Tool for Emergency & Crises Situations

SCHIMAK, Gerald; DURO, Refiz; KUTSCHERA, Peter


Systems Analysis of the Data and Models Used for US Federal Emergency Management

GRAEDEN, Ellie; VAN MAELE, Michael; KERR, Justin


“Save Yourself”: Predicting Whether Communities Will be Able to Prepare Themselves from Disaster

WATT, Frank; TISSINGTON, Patrick


How Critical Infrastructure Orients International Relief in Cascading Disasters

PESCAROLI, Gianluca; KELMAN, Ilan


Special and Multi- Purpose Disaster Management Bases at District and Subdistricts Levels, a Way to Increase Urban Resiliency in Tehran

SADEGHI, Ahmad; NADI, Mohsen; SALIMITARI, Azizolah

Session 23: Resilience: Methods, Tools and Indicators
Room: Sertig
Chair: Hannah BRACKLEY, Natural Hazards Research Platform
Chair: Thomas USLÄNDER, Fraunhofer IOSB
 

Characterizing Resiliency Risk to Enable Prioritization of Resources

MORGAN, Tracy Chaney


Towards a Novel and Applicable Approach for Resilience Engineering

HAERING, Ivo; SCHARTE, Benjamin; HIERMAIER, Stefan


Resilience in IRGC’s Recommendations for Risk Governance

FLORIN, Marie-Valentine; LINKOV, Igor


Resilience Analytics: How Are They Generated and Consumed?

MUIR-WOOD, Robert; STANDER, Daniel


Resilience Metrics and Approaches for Quantification

LINKOV, Igor; FOX-LENT, Cate; FLORIN, Marie-Valentine


A Quantitative Framework to Assess Communities’ Resilience at the State Level

CIMELLARO, Gian Paolo; KAMOUH, Omar; ZAMANI-NOORI, Ali


Untangling the Drivers of Disaster Resilience: Developing a Context, Capacity and Performance Model of Local Government DRR

BECCARI, Benjamin

5:30pm
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7:30pm
Media Workshop: Lessons to be Shared Between Japanese and European Media to Enable the Public to Better Cope with Disasters
Room: NZZ/Zürich
Media Workshop held in Zurich, Switzerland. By invitation only.
7:15pm
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8:15pm
IDRC Movie Night: 'Mira' - Short Film about a Nepali Village Girl who Discovered She was a Mountain Runner
Room: Seehorn
Movie screening together with Mira Rai: get the exclusive chance to ask her about the film and on her pursuit to being a world-recognised mountain runner.
Date: Wednesday, 31/Aug/2016
8:15am
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9:45am
Session 24: Critical Infrastructure Protection in Urban Areas
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Susanne SARGEANT, British Geological Survey
Chair: Matteo SPADA, Paul Scherrer Institute
 

Critical Infrastructure Assessments for Local Governments: An Examination of New Tools and Methodology Created for Local Authorities

BLACKBURN, Darren Scott


Seismic Performance Risk Assessment of a Chilean Hospital

FAVIER, Philomène; POULOS, Alan; VÁSQUEZ, Jorge; DE LA LLERA, Juan Carlos


Critical Infrastructure, Panarchies and the Vulnerability Paths of Cascading Disasters

PESCAROLI, Gianluca; ALEXANDER, David E.


Critical Infrastructure and Disaster Risk Reduction Planning under Socioeconomic and Climate Change Uncertainty

SPACKOVA, Olga; DITTES, Beatrice; STRAUB, Daniel


Risk Assessment of Terminals and Tanks Petrochemical Company (TTPC) by Applying ”Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA)” Method

SHALAMZARI, Nasim; GOLESTAN, Mohammad Hassan; KARBALAIPOUR, Zohreh; KHALEGHIAN, Maryam


EXPO 2015: The Italian Experience

ROSSODIVITA, Alessandra; GISMONDO, Maria Rita; RIZZARDINI, Giuliano; GUZZETTI, Stefano; MARINO, Pietro; PICCO, Carlo; VILLA, Guido Francesco; ZOLI, Alberto


Explaining & Determining Social Dimensions of Resilient Cities Case Study: Tehran Metropolis

FARZADBEHTASH, MohammadReza; KEYNEJHAD, MohammadAli; AGHABABAEI, MohammadTaghi

Session 25: Water in Risk and Disaster Management
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Mmantsae DIALE, University of Pretoria
Chair: James GLOVER, Global Risk Forum GRF Davos
 

Climate Change and Risk to Water Resource Planning: Proactive Management Needs

MUKHERJEE, Anita; SEN, Somnath; PAUL, Saikat Kumar


Working with the Towns, Cities and Provinces of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) – the Most Climate Vulnerable Areas in the World

MITROLIOU, Evgenia


Integrative Risk Assessment and Management for Recycled Water Schemes: an Australian Study

WEST, Camilla Ann; HASSALL, Maureen; KENWAY, Steven; YUAN, Zhiguo


The Fight of the Wayuu Ethnic Community against the Drought in Guajira, Colombia

CONTRERAS, Diana; BHAMIDIPATI, Srirama; CONTRERAS, Sandra


Resilient Cities Require Resilient Water Resource Management. Water is our Nemesis

DE LA POMERAI, Garry


Tehran Flood Risk Reduction Master Plan

SHARIFVAGHEEI, Maryamsadat; SALEH, Fatemeh; SHAMSHIRI, Hesam

Session 26: Resilience: New Approaches and Case Studies
Room: Sertig
Chair: Satoru NISHIKAWA, JCADR
Chair: Olaf HANDLOEGTEN, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
 

The Experience for a Metropolis to bring Resilience to Every City: Barcelona

FONTANALS, Ignasi


Resilience in High-Speed Train Networks – Promising, New Approach

LOTTER, Andreas; STEYER, Florian; SCHLEINER, Simon; MUDIMU, Ompe Aimé; LECHLEUTHNER, Alex


New York, Singapore, Berlin – Climate Resilience of Critical Infrastructures around the Globe

SIEBER, Jeannette


Policymakers, International and Local Organizations in the Building Resilient Cities

DA SILVA, Antonio Oliveira; BARATA, Eduardo


Resiliense and Land Use, An Assessment of Earthquake Resilience in old Neighbourhoods of Tehran; Case Study of Tehran's 10th District

SHARIFNIA, Fateme; GALYAN MOGHADDAM, Khadije; MIRI DISFANI, Ali; SHEIKH, Hassan; MOGOEI, Mitra


The Resilience of Territories to Disasters

VILLAR, Clara; GUEZO, Bernard

Session 27: People, Debris and Shelter Management
Room: Flüela
Chair: Sakiko KANBARA, University of Kochi
Chair: Pat TISSINGTON, Birkbeck, University of London
 

Estimating Post-Earthquake Shelter Requirements

VECERE, Annibale; MONTEIRO, Ricardo; AMMANN, Walter J.


Emergency Shelter Experiences and Preparedness Among 2014 Flood Victims in Kelantan, Malaysia.

AINI, Mat Said; FAKHRUL-RAZI, Ahmadun; ELISTINA, Abu Bakar; NORHASMAH, Sulaiman


A Multi-objective Goal Programming Approach for Locating Emergency Shelters under Damage Uncertainty

TRIVEDI, Ashish; SINGH, Amol


SPEAK: Social media and crisis communication during cascading disasters

SERAFINELLI, Elisa; REILLY, Paul


Public Cyclone Shelters in Queensland, Australia

MULLINS, Peter James


Impact of a Collective Action in a Disaster-affected Community to Site a Temporary Debris Management Site

KIM, Jooho; YU, David; HASTAK, Makarand

9:45am
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10:15am
Networking Break
10:15am
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11:45am
Plenary 5: Improving Country Risk Management: The Value of Peer Learning
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris, France

SESSION MODERATOR: Stéphane JACOBZONE, Counsellor, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD, Paris, France

PANELLISTS:

  • Stéphane JACOBZONE, Counsellor, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD, Paris, France

    "The OECD Country Risk Review Process"

  • Aziz AJBILOU, Secretary General, Ministry of General Affairs and Governance, Rabat, Morocco

    "The Moroccan Experiences with the OECD Review Process"

  • Noureddine BOUTAYEB, Wali Secretary General, Ministry of the Interior, Rabat, Morocco

    "Morocco – the Way Forward in Risk Management"

  • Régis THÉPOT, General Director EPTB Seine Grands Lacs, Paris, France

    "Experiences with the OECD Approach at Regional Level"

  • Mehmet HALIS BILDEN, President, Turkish Disaster Management Authority, Ankara, Turkey

    "The Turkish Experiences with the EC Review Process"

  • Marc GORDON, Head, Sendai Framework Monitoring Unit, UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), Geneva, Switzerland

    "'The National Peer Review Process - taking the experiences from the HFA post-2015"

 

Moderator Plenary 5: Improving Country Risk Management I: The Value of Peer Learning

JACOBZONE, Stéphane


The OECD Country Risk Review Process

JACOBZONE, Stéphane


The Moroccan Experiences with the OECD Review Process

AJBILOU, Aziz


Morocco – the Way Forward in Risk Management

BOUTAYEB, Nour-Eddine


Experiences with the OECD Approach at Regional Level

THEPOT, Régis


The Turkish Experiences with the EC Review Process

BİLDEN, Mehmet Halis


Panelist Plenary 3: Green Development and Integrated Risk Governance

GORDON, Marc

11:45am
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12:00pm
Break
12:00pm
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12:40pm
Keynote VI: Disaster Risk Financing and the Role of Insurance
Room: Davos I
  • Esther BAUR REINECKE, Head EMEA Global Partnerships, Director Global Partnerships, Swiss Re Management Ltd, Zurich, Switzerland
 

Panelist Plenary 6: Improving Country Risk Management II: Experiences with Sovereign DRR and Risk Financing

BAUR, Esther


Panelist Plenary 6: Improving Country Risk Management II: Experiences with Sovereign DRR and Risk Financing

RAHIMOV, Sulton

12:55pm
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2:00pm
Networking Lunch
Poster 5: Urban Areas and Critical Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities for Resilient Cities
 

Information System for Decision Support and Risk Management for Urban Planning of Settlement and Infrastructure [PB 51]

NECHYBA, Miloslav; KOTVA, Pavel; ZVELEBIL, Jiri


Information System for Risk Analysis and Assessment of Groundwater Resources in Dependence on Human Activities and Climatic Changes [PB 52]

NECHYBA, Miloslav; ZVELEBIL, Jiri; KOTVA, Pavel


The Seismic Risk Mitigation Problems in Urban Areas of Central Asia [PB 53]

ABIROV, Rustam Abdullaevich


Safe and Decentralised Solar Hydrogen Fuel Production and Storage for Residential Building and Mobility Applications [PB 54]

BRAUN, Artur; DIALE, Mmantsae; MAABONG, Kelebogile; TOTH, Rita


Proactive Management Strategies for Water Resource Planning to Cope with Climate Change in India [PB 55]

MUKHERJEE, Anita


Assessing Flood Risk for Urban Areas in the Lower Don River using GIS and Remote Sensing [PB 56]

KVASHA, Anastasia; LAGUTOV, Viktor


Disaster Risk Reduction in the Greater Chicago Area [PB 57]

SPOONS, Christina


The STREST Project: Harmonized Approach to Stress Tests for Critical Infrastructures Against Low-Probability High-Impact Natural Hazards [PB 58]

TSIONIS, Georgios; ARGYROUDIS, Sotiris; BABIČ, Anže; BILLMAIER, Maximilian; DOLŠEK, Matjaž; ESPOSITO, Simona; GIARDINI, Domenico; IERVOLINO, Iunio; IQBAL, Sarfraz; KRAUSM...


Disaster Management and Resilience in Electric Power Systems: The Case of Chile [PB 59]

CONTRERAS, Diana; SHAW, Duncan


Evaluation of Urban Resilience Against Communicational Outbreaks [PB 60]

YOUSEFI, Maysam; FADAEIGHOTBI, Maryam; KHALIFEH, Nahid


Studying the Effects of Contemporary Residential Buildings Facades due to Climate Architecture (Case Study; Warm and Dry Climate in Iran) [PB 61]

KHODDAMI POOR, Akram; FARAJOLAHI ROD, Amir; ALAEI, Seyed Javad


Coastal Risk Collaboration Governance and Communication: Integration of Stakeholder Risk Information, Training, Participation and Behavior [PB 62]

ERNSTEINS, Raimonds; LONTONE, Anita; KUDRENICKIS, Ivars; KAULINS, Janis; ZILNIECE, Ilga


Risk Factors And Analysis Of Geotechnical Situation Under Construction Of Underground Communications In Tashkent [PB 63]

MIRALIMOV, Mirzakhid Xamitovich


Seismic risk reduction from natural disaster (Earthquakes) for the territory of Kosovo

MUSTAFA, Shemsi

2:00pm
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3:30pm
Session 28: Risk Transfer Mechanisms in DRR
Room: Seehorn
Chair: Chloe DEMROVSKY, Disaster Recovery Institute International
Chair: Christian H. BARTHELT, Munich Re Foundation
 

Resilient Cities, SMEs, Communities and Infrastructure: Four Pioneering Projects of the UN’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative

BACANI, Butch


Integrated Finanical Risk Transfer Mechanisms for Urban Resilience

RANGE, Matthias; SCHUSTER, Sandra


Use of Catastrophe Modelling Data to Help Earthquake Risk Assessment for Developers and Policy Makers

GEORGIADIS, Alexandros; EWING, Chris; FRASER, Stuart


Creating New Hybrid Products for Adapting the Insurance Mechanism to Drive Resilience

MUIR-WOOD, Robert


Where and What Kind of Weather Insurance Indexes Could be Potentially Used for Main Crops in China on the County-level?

ZHANG, Jing; ZHANG, Zhao


Study on Probability Distribution of Disaster Losses, Demographics and Social Security: A Case Study of Western China

MI, Hong; LIN, Xinhao; WANG, Guolong


Study on the Impact of Economic Growth on Meteorological Disaster Losses in China

YING, Zhuorong; SHI, Peijun

Session 29: Towards Resilient Built Environment
Room: Schwarzhorn
Chair: Soichiro YASUKAWA, UNESCO
 

Building Codes as Part of the Regulatory Settings to Ensure a More Resilient Built Environment

KOHLER, Stefan


Identification of Missing Rings to Resilient Built Environment - Learning from Recent Earthquakes

NARAFU, Tatsuo


A Holistic Approach Towards International Disaster Resilient Architecture by Learning from Vernacular Architecture

YASUKAWA, Soichiro


Architecture as a Catalyst for Sustainable Development

HERINGER, Anna

Session 30: Public Private Partnership in Risk and Disaster Management
Room: Sertig
Chair: Kate KAMINSKA, Defence Research and Development Canada
Chair: Timo KNAUTE, independent
 

Can UK Water Service Providers Manage Risk and Resilience as Part of a Multi-Agency Approach?

BUNNEY, Sarah Louise; WARD, Sarah; BUTLER, David


Exploring the Effectiveness of Humanitarian NGO-Private Sector Collaborations ─ Interesting & Unlikely Alliances?

NEVRAUMONT, Rebecca Krista


Systematic Knowledge Sharing of Natural Hazard Damages in Public-private Partnerships in Sweden

RYDSTEDT NYMAN, Monika Carina


Involving the Mining Sector in Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality

QUATRINI, Simone; BARKEMEYER, Ralf; STRINGER, Lindsay


C&A Save the Children Urban DRR Project

KANCHARLA, Ray

Session 31: Relocation and Resettlement Challenges
Room: Flüela
Chair: Elisa SERAFINELLI, University of Sheffield
Chair: James Michael SHULTZ, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
 

Rebuilt Risk: Involuntary Return, Voluntary Migration, and Socioeconomic Segregation in Post-Tsunami Aceh

MCCAUGHEY, Jamie W; DALY, Patrick; MUNDZIR, Ibnu; MAHDI, Saiful; PATT, Anthony


The Relocation Challenges in Coastal Urban Centers: Options and Limitations

BUKVIC, Anamaria


Disaster Risk Perception in Cameroon and its Implications for the Rehabilitation of the Lake Nyos Disaster Survivors

BANG, Henry; MILES, Lee


Making Hard Choices: An Analysis of Settlement Choices and Willingness to Return of Syrian Refugees

BALCILAR, Mehmet; OKTAY, Fuat


Consequences of the Armed Conflict as a Stressor of Climate Change in Colombia

CONTRERAS, Diana; CONTRERAS, Sandra


Dynamic factors influencing the post-disaster resettlement success: Lessons from the case of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

AEKBOTE LAKSHMINARAYANAN, Venkata Narayanan

3:30pm
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3:45pm
Break
3:45pm
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5:15pm
Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach
Room: Davos I

Plenary Session co-hosted and chaired by University of Denver, Denver, USA and GFFUR Virginia Tech, USA

SESSION CHAIR: James Herbert WILLIAMS, Professor and Milton Morris Endowed Chair, Dean, Graduate School of Social Work, Denver, USA

PANELLISTS:

  • Jeff JENSON, Philip D. and Eleanor G. Winn Professor for Children and Youth at Risk, University of Denver, USA
  • Susan KEMP,Charles O. Cressey Endowed Professor at the University of Washington School of Social Work, Seattle, USA

    "Fostering Urban Resilience Through Innovative Transdisciplinary Partnerships: The Social Work Grand Challenge Initiative"

  • Andreas RECHKEMMER, American Humane Endowed Chair, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Denver, Denver, USA
  • James M. SHULTZ, Founder and Director, Center for Disaster and Extreme Event Preparedness (DEEP Center), University of Miami School of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, USA

    "A Complex Systems Perspectives on Urban Disasters"

  • Charles W. STEGER, President Emeritus, Virginia Tech, Executive Director, University’s Global Forum on Urban and Regional Resilience (GFURR), Blacksburg, USA

    "Three Dilemmas of the Resilient City"

 

Chair Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach

WILLIAMS, James Herbert


Panelist Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach

JENSON, Jeff


Panelist Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach

KEMP, Susan


Panelist Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach

RECHKEMMER, Andreas


Panelist Plenary 7: Navigating Urban Resilience - a Social-Ecological Approach

SHULTZ, James Michael


Three Dilemmas of the Resilient City

STEGER, Charles

5:15pm
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6:15pm
Closing Plenary Session
Room: Davos I

Closing Plenary Session hosted and chaired by Global Risk Forum GRF Davos


The Closing Ceremony will be the right time for summarizing the past IDRC Davos 2016, and for providing a short outlook on IDRC Japan 2017 and future GRF Davos conferences. It’s also the occasion to honour the poster award and the movie award winners, and the platform for Munich Re Foundation to announce the topic for the Risk Award 2017.

SESSION CHAIR: Walter J. AMMANN, Chairman IDRC Davos 2016 and President GRF Davos, Davos, Switzerland

SPEAKERS:

  • Charles STEGER, Prof. and President em. Virginia Tech, President Global Forum on Urban and Regional Resilience GFURR, Blacksburg USA

    "Co-hosting IDRC Davos 2016 - On the role of trans-disciplinary partnership and leadership in DRR"

  • GRF Davos Award ceremonies – Poster Award and Movie Award
  • Thomas LOSTER, CEO Munich Re Foundation, Munich, Germany

    "Announcing the Risk Award 2017"

  • Yukimoto ITO, Vice Mayor of the City of Sendai, Sendai, Japan
  • Yuichi ONO, Assistant Director and Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science at Tohoku University, Japan

    "The way forward - Announcing IDRC Japan 2017"

  • Walter J. Ammann, Chairman IDRC Davos 2016, Davos, Switzerland

    "IDRC Davos 2016 – the Chairman’s summary and perspective"

     

    Chair Closing Plenary Session

    AMMANN, Walter


    Co-hosting IDRC Davos 2016 - On the role of trans-disciplinary partnership and leadership in DRR

    STEGER, Charles


    Announcing the Risk Award 2017

    LOSTER, Thomas R.


    The way forward - Announcing IDRC Japan 2017

    ITO, Yukimoto


    The way forward - Announcing IDRC Japan 2017

    ONO, Yuichi


    IDRC Davos 2016 – the Chairman’s summary and perspective

    AMMANN, Walter

    7:30pm
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    11:00pm
    Conference Dinner
    Hotel Alpenhof
    Hofstrasse 22
    7270 Davos Platz, Switzerland
    Tel. +41 (0)81 415 20 60
    www.alpenhof-davos.ch
    Date: Thursday, 01/Sep/2016
    9:00am
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    12:00pm
    Workshop 1: Education, Training and Awareness Raising
    Room: Wisshorn

    Organized by
    GRF Davos, Davos, Switzerland
    DG Joint Research Centers, European Commission, Ispra, Italy
    European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement (EUR-OPA), Council of Europe, Strasbourg
    United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Geneva

    • Georgios GIANNOPOULOS, Scientific Officer, DG JRC EC, Ispra, Italy

      "Training in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience: The JRC experience"

    • Beatrice PROGIDA, Special Advisor, Knowledge Management for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Services, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)

      "Capacity development for DRR impact at national and local level"

    • Summary of the Session outcomes

      "Roles of Scientific Communities for Disaster Risk Reduction Solutions: Perspectives for the Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI)"

     

    Training in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience: The JRC Experience

    GIANNOPOULOS, Georgios


    Roles of Scientific Communities for Disaster Risk Reduction Solutions: Perspectives for the Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI)

    TATANO, Hirokazu


    Capacity development for DRR impact at national and local level

    PROGIDA, Beatrice


    Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre

    DOHERTY, Brian

    Workshop 2: Food Shock Scenarios
    Room: Seehorn

    Organized by Global Catastrophic Risks Institute GCRI

    Workshop 3: Anti-corruption: Learning Through Action
    Room: Schwarzhorn

    How to raise awareness for compliance risks with the business game TOPSIM–Honest

    Co-hosted and organized by PRME Business Integrity Action Center, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Chur, Switzerland.

    12:00pm
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    1:00pm
    Networking Lunch
    1:00pm
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    3:00pm
    Workshop 1 cont.: Education, Training and Awareness Raising
    Room: Wisshorn

    Organized by
    GRF Davos, Davos, Switzerland
    DG Joint Research Centers, European Commission, Ispra, Italy
    European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement (EUR-OPA), Council of Europe, Strasbourg
    United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Geneva


     
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