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6th International Geo-Hazards Research Symposium (IGRS) 2018

International Geo-Hazards Research Society (IGRS), 04-09 März 2018, Dresden

Art des Termins
  • Konferenz
Wann 04.03.2018 00:00 bis
09.03.2018 00:00
Wo Dresden
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Scope and objectives

Hazards – only few news reports in radio, TV or World Wide Web end without messages describing serious incidents in nature or centres of civilization, often with significant numbers of casualties. The wide scope of hazards ranges from earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis up to accidents in nuclear power stations and chemical industry, as well as criminal activities and terrorist attacks with dangerous chemical or radioactive materials.

In spite of the fact that all these occurrences have different causes and require adequate methods of detection, the techniques for managing the necessary activities to treat immediate and ripple effects are typically similar.

The main aim of the conference is to bring together experts working in science, organizations and authorities dealing with topics from detection / prevention to managing the effects and consequences of incidents. A unified plan to address multitudinous problems is desirable. The organizers want to stimulate mutual contacts and the exchange of knowledge to understand and improve detection and management of natural and man-made hazards.

The 6th International Geo-hazards Research Symposium shall provide an international platform where experiences on

  • detection methods for natural and man-made hazards
  • hazard management including prediction, prevention and disaster handling

will be presented to demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses as well as anticipated challenges of methods and techniques.

Tentative topics are

  • Detection methods
  • Instrumentation
  • Sensors on different platforms
  • Monitoring of natural and man-made risks
  • Unified solutions / command control systems
  • Forewarning
  • Post-incident management
  • Psychological effects

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