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Presentations

Workshop Presentations can be found below:


Urban resilience through Rio firefighters simulation exercise: a case study - Gilbert Huber (Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

Citizen science for citizen engagement in flood risk management – simply ‘plug and play’? - Dr Uta Wehn (UNESCO-IHE)

Emergencies and Disasters: The application domain for studies on Knowledge Engineering at the GRECO Research Group – Prof Marcos Borges (Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

Integrating emerging big data sources into decision-making: a model-based framework applied to disaster monitoring and early-warning in Brazil – Flavio Horita (Institute of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, University of Sao Paulo

The rise of big (crisis) data and ‘digital’ humanitarians - Emma Bee (British Geological Survey)

Assessing Urban Resilience and its emerging geological dimension - Prof Jon Coaffee (Politics and International Affairs, University of Warwick), Vangelis Pitidis (Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities)

Geohazards and Risk Mapping in Brazil - Juliana Maceira Moraes (CPRM)

Mining spatiotemporal patterns in Twitter towards the detection of heavy rainfall events – Sidgley Andrade (Institute of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, University of São Paulo) and Camilo Restrepo (School of Engineering, University of São Paulo)

Towards a Collaborative Agenda – Dr João Porto de Albuquerque (Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick)

Novel geophysical sensor technology for near-real-time monitoring of the subsurface - Jonathan Chambers (British Geological Survey)

Warwick-Brazil Collaboration and Funding Opportunities – Emily Lim (Global Partnerships Manager, University of Warwick)