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Council on Disaster Risk Management (CDRM)

 

 

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PURPOSE: To provide leadership, advance the risk science, and promote the use of assessment and risk informed decision making. To foster collaboration among civil engineering and other disciplines through program of technical assistance and technology transfer.

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CONFERENCES

International Conference on Sustainable Development of Critical Infrastructure
May 16 - 18, 2014
Shanghai, China
 
 
Risks of Extreme Storms Due to a Changing Climate
April 25, 2013
Washington, DC
Additional papers are being requested for the final monograph to complement the presentations given at the symposium. If you are interested to contribute a paper, please contact the symposium chair Professor Bilal Ayyub at ba@umd.edu
ASCE News Coverage of the Symposium
 
Call for Papers

Second International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management (ICVRAM2014) & Sixth International Symposium on Uncertainty Modelling and Analysis (ISUMA2014)

Symposium on Resilience Engineering
March 23, 2013
University of Delaware
Newark, DE

 
NATURAL HAZARDS REVIEW JOURNAL
Editors:
Vilas Mujumdar, P.E., S.E., VSM Associates,  and Kathleen Tierney, F.ASCE, University of Colorado, Boulder 

Description: Brings together engineering and the physical, social, and behavioral sciences within the environment of regulations and policy to provide a forum for cutting-edge, holistic, and cross disciplinary approaches to natural hazards loss and cost reduction. Topics are diverse and include the characterization of hazard forces and the planning, design, construction, maintenance, performance, and use of structures in the physical environment. Social/behavioral sciences topics address issues related to hazard mitigation and human response plus significant issues about the built environment, l and use, building standards, and the role of financial markets and insurance. 

Intended Readership: Civil engineers concerned with the impact and management of natural hazards, along  with their professional and research colleagues working in pertinent behavioral, physical, and social sciences.
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CDRM Monograph Series

CDRM Resource List