C³M @ Risky Monday organized by the Institute of Rescue Engineering and Civil Protection of the TH Köln University of Applied Sciences
Title: Practitioner-centered Assessment of Socio-technical Innovations in Crisis Management: Insights from the DRIVER+ Demonstration Project
On February 19th 2020 the University of Muenster, represented by the ERCIS Competence Center for Crisis Management (C³M) team, was heavily involved in the DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference - the climax of 6 years of productive work, which took part at BluePoint Brussels.
Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) is an international professional organization representing the interests of production and operations management (POM) professionals from around the world. The purposes of the Society are:
The annual ISCRAM conference is held each May and it provides the opportunity for researchers and practitioners from across the world to meet and share their expertise in the design, development, and implementation of information systems that are focused on improving the management of crises and disaster situations.
On December 10th, we hosted the first online Trial Guidance Methodology Practitioner Workshop. Over 40 participants from ten European countries jointly worked on current challenges in Crisis Management and Civil Protection, laying the foundation for a series of STAMINA trial events to come.
Be part of a unique conference that will report on the EU-funded DRIVER+ project. It will provide valuable new insights into approaches and methodologies for assessing crisis management solutions in light of climate change-related threats such as wildfires and floods. The conference will feature reports and analysis from leading crisis managers and other experts involved with the DRIVER+ project alongside climate change specialists. Attendees will also have access to a solutions marketplace of technologies and tools tested at DRIVER+ Trials.
The Final Demonstration (Final Demo) is the last Trial, concluding the series of DRIVER+ Trials. It also provides an opportunity to showcase the main outcomes of the Project.
On October 10th, Adam Widera was invited to host a workshop on applying the DRIVER+ Trial Guidance methodology for the H2020 BroadWay project.
The Israeli Ministry of Health and the Home Front Command will be hosting the Sixth Israeli International Conference on Preparedness and Response to Emergencies and Disasters. This conference will provide an opportunity for professionals from around the world to share the latest findings and new experiences concerning health system readiness for disasters and emergencies of all types.
Come join us, together with participants from 30 countries from across the globe, and take advantage of this great opportunity to network.