Workshops

The aim of the ISCRAM 2019 Workshop Program is to allow researchers, technologists, practitioners as well as the representatives from funding agencies to host a dedicated session on the specific, emerging topics for crisis management and related technologies. After a selection process, the accepted workshops are listed in the table below.
The aim of the ISCRAM 2019 Workshop Program is to allow researchers, technologists, practitioners as well as the representatives from funding agencies to host a dedicated session on the specific, emerging topics for crisis management and related technologies. After a selection process, the accepted workshops are listed in the table below.


WS1.  Encouraging Productive Interaction between Practitioners and Researchers.

This workshop will bring together practitioners and researchers to identify and brainstorm solutions to the obstacles that impede better interaction between the two groups. The goal is to arrive at a small number of collaborative projects around which groups of practitioners and researchers would work together.

Organized by: Edward G. Happ (University of Michigan, USA) and Andrea H. Tapia (Penn State University, USA)

Format: Researcher-Practitioners dialogue


WS2. Incorporating social media analysts in emergency dispatch centers

The workshop will bring together international practitioners and researchers in the global emergency dispatch community for discussions opportunities, challenges, and best practices for incorporating social media analytics and analysts in emergency dispatch centers.

Organized by: Rob Grace (Penn State University, USA), Lieutenant colonel Olivier Galichet (DGSCGC, Ministère de l’Interieur, France) and Caroline Rizza (Télécom Paristech, France)

Format: Semi Tutorial, Researcher-Practitioners dialogue


WS3. Advance Technologies for First Responders

https://www.bigdata.vestforsk.no/news-1/call-for-papers-international-workshop-on-advance-technologies-for-first-responders

Organized by: Rajendra Akerkar (Western Norway Research Institute, Norway), Andreas L Opdahl (University of Bergen, Norway) and Xuan Song (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

Format: Workshop panel and poster


WS4. 2nd International Workshop on Intelligent Crisis Management Technologies for climate events -ICMT

http://mklab.iti.gr/icmt2019/

Organized by: Anastasios Karakostas (Information Technologies Institute, Greece), Claudio Rossi (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy),  Evangelos Sdongos (Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Greece) and Angelos Amditis (Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Greece)

FormatSemi Tutorial


WS5. Physical and cyber threats: the new challenges for TLC Critical Infrastructures

http://www.resistoproject.eu/eventi/iscram-2019-workshop-physical-and-cyber-threats-the-new-challenges-for-tlc-critical-infrastructures/

Organized by: Federica Battisti (Roma Tre University, Italy) and Federica Pascucci (Roma Tre University, Italy)

FormatSemi Tutorial