Rose convenes IDRiM ninth annual conference
As its President, Price School faculty member Adam Rose, convened the Ninth Annual Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRiM), October 2 to 4. The Conference was held in Sydney, Australia, and was hosted by Data61, the digital research network arm of Australia’s National Science Agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
The theme of the Conference was Data-Driven Approaches to Integrated Disaster Risk Management. It attracted participants from 14 countries, including both researchers and practitioners.
Professor Rose presented research on post-disaster population migration and repatriation undertaken in collaboration with Price School Research Assistant Professor Jonathan Eyer and Kansai University Professor Shingo Nagamatsu. This research has been funded by the Japan Foundation and will be the focal point of a Bedrosian Center Symposium on Post–house: all Disaster Population Movement on November 15.
The Tenth Annual Conference of the IDRiM Society will be held in Nice, France in October 2019, jointly sponsored by the University of Nice and the Association Française pour la Prévention des Catastrophes Naturelles (AFPCN).
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