Session Topic 7.6

Session Topic 7.6: GIS & Remote Sensing Disaster Management


Lect. Dr. Eng. Mihaela-Violeta Gheorghe - Remote Sensing & Geospatial Analytics
(RSEP) Division, GMV Innovating Solutions
The University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geography

Drd. Ioan-Andrei Vodă-Marc - National Company for Road Infrastructure Administration
– Center for Road Technical Studies and Informatics (C.N.A.I.R. S.A. – CESTRIN)
The University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geography

Short Description:

Considering the evolution of technology, especially GIS and Remote Sensing corroborated with the actual global context of natural hazards (climate change, earthquakes, landslides, etc.) and anthropogenic (terrorist attacks, nuclear accidents, pandemic effects, etc.), we invite original researches from academics & industry to showcase during this session their experience on topics such as:
GIS and Remote Sensing data applications for Hazard, Vulnerability and Risk assessment;
Application of Risk Geospatial Information for Risk Reduction planning;
Use of GIS and Remote Sensing data in support of Early warning systems and Information Networks;
Geospatial data and application in Disaster Impact Analysis;
In-Situ and Public Participatory GIS databases and application for Disaster Risk Management;

The session will also focus on communicating new directions, integrative datasets, and implications for building resilient cities.

To submit a paper for this session, select from the topics list session # 7.6.
Accepted Abstracts will be indexed in the SCOPUS database.