Security for Natural Systems, Tuesday 24 November
Hosted by Politecnico di Milano
The economic and social impact of losses due to natural disasters amounts to global costs of about 100 billion U.S. dollars per year. Understanding and assessing risks and their consequences is a critical step towards the development of local, national and international strategies within all compartments of the risk management cycle. The assessment of Multiple disaster impacts, consequences (and related awareness) rely on knowledge gained about historical data and lessons learned as well as the ability to forecast and quantify future risks under uncertainty, including impacts of pandemics as well as global changes, such as climate evolution and environment dynamics. The interaction between natural and anthropogenic systems adds complexity and challenges to the problem. These topics will be discussed during the UASR Thematic Symposium on “Security for Natural systems”.
All interested researchers and students are encouraged to participate in this exciting event!
9:00 am-12:00 pm (CET)/4:00-7:00 pm Beijing Time
Speakers & Topics
Security of natural systems for the safety of industrial systems and critical infrastructures for…the safety of mankind and the protection of the environment
Natural System Security & Sustainable Development. Why does energy matter from a global perspective?
Sustainable Natural Resources Assessment: the impact of Global Changes
Drinking water and wastewater treatment infrastructures: from health protection to early warning of SARS-CoV-2
Development of Decision Support System for Optimization of Dams Management on Complex River Systems
How to join
Meeting number: 121 520 4557
The program of Security for Natural Systems