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Thank you very much for your interest in participating to the IDRiM Virtual Workshop!


Please note that, the following is a list of confirmed session chairs. Other scientists and experts may be added to the list as they are confirmed. Also, sessions may be merged, particularly if topics are similar.


All sessions are subject to a limit of four presentations per session, and a minimum of three. Sessions will be 90-120 min. The time and time zone of the session will be decided based on the preferences of the session chair(s).


The full list of session outlines will be available here as soon as it is finalised. Please continue to check regularly this page to stay updated with the interesting topical session presentations.


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List of Confirmed Chairs and Tentative Session Topics / Titles*

Session NumberSession Chair(s)Tentative Session Topics / Titles
1Irasema Alcantara Ayala (Mexico)COVID-19: Insights through the lens of IDRiM
2*

Ilan Chabay (USA, Germany)

and

Norio Okada (Japan)
Impacts of narratives, norms, and (fake) news on risk governance of communities in a global crisis
3

Ana Maria Cruz (Japan)

and

Elisabeth Krausmann(Italy)
Natechs, Natech risk management, Natech case studies, Natech regulatory landscape, risk communication
4Andrew Collins (UK)Action Data and Epidemic Risk
5Peijun Shi (China)Changing risk landscape of natural disasters in the changing global environment
6Mohsen Ghafory-Ashtiany (Iran)

a. How to close the gap between science and policy toward effective implementation; Disaster Insurance

7Mohsen Ghafory-Ashtiany (Iran)

b. Risk management and risk reduction in developing countries: Why DRR policies and programs do not really get implemented. Case Study Reports

8

James Goltz (USA)

and

Katsuya Yamori (Japan);
a. Conceptions of Disaster and the Corona Virus: What the Pandemic is Teaching Us
9

James Goltz (USA)

and

Asthildur Elva Bernhardsdottir (Iceland)
b. Risk and culture
10Guoyi Han (Sweden)Risk and development: A dialogue on transforming development and disaster risk
11Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler (Austria)Systemic risk, compound events and cascading effects
12Bijay Anand Misra (India)Strengthening Participatory Adaptive Governance at Local level: Evidence-based Lessons on Natural and Social Risks
13Ilan Noy (New Zealand)a. Economics of COVID-19
14Ilan Noy (New Zealand)b. Economic Policy in the times of COVID-19
15Norio Okada (Japan)Participatory risk governance
16Ortwin Renn (Germany)a. Covid-19, Systemic risks and multi-governance
17Ortwin Renn (Germany)b. Psychological responses to pandemics, lessons learned from international experiences
18Adam Rose (USA)Economic consequences of disasters; economic resilience to disasters
19Rajib Shaw (Japan)Innovation and incubation in disaster risk reduction
20William Siembieda (USA)Implementation science: functional recovery, addressing slowly developing catastrophic events, complexity analysis, the integration of systemic risk in DDR practice, understanding how to characterise triggers, and improving how to characterise expected outcomes
21Hirokazu Tatano (Japan)Economic impact assessment
22

Gisela Wachinger (Germany)

and

Yoko Matsuda (Japan)
Involving stakeholders to risk governance
23

Yoshiyuki Yama (Japan)

and

Jong-il Na (Korea)
Community and Narrative based Disaster Risk Management
24Katsuya Yamori (Japan)Disaster education, community-based disaster management, disaster risk communication
25Muneta Yokomatsu (Japan)Social network, economic growth
26Emmanuel Garnier (France)Historical perspectives on disaster memory
27David Nguyen (Japan)Integrating disaster management practices and experiences in tourism
28Tetsuya Takemi (Japan)Understanding meteorological hazards and risks for disaster risk reduction under climate change
29

Subhajyoti Samaddar (Japan)

Hideyuki Shiroshita (Japan) 

Ravindra Jayaratne (UK) 

Kaori Kitagawa (UK)

What is your 'IDRiM' 

what is your experience or idea for a collaborative project?

30Eiichi Nakakita (Japan)

Perspectives on disaster-related climate change impact assessment and adaptation

31*

Yoko Matsuda (Japan)

and

Junko Mochizuki (Austria)

Women in disaster science: A networking session


*Note1: This is a list of confirmed session chairs. Other scientists and experts may be added to the list as they are confirmed. Sessions may be merged, particularly if topics are similar. All sessions are subject to a limit of four presentations per session, and a minimum of three. Sessions will be 90-120 min. The time and time zone of the session will be decided based on the preferences of the session chair(s).


*Note2: For session 2* and 31*, participants are not asked to submit abstracts, but to send interesting topics or potential speakers regarding the issue. Write your expectation or requests for topics or speaker instead of filling in the abstract of your research.

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IDRiM Virtual Workshop for Interactive Discussions between Senior and Early-Career Scientists
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IDRiM Virtual Workshop for Interactive Discussions between Senior and Early-Career Scientists
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Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Gokasho, Uji, Kyoto,      611-0011