↑ Return to AUTHORS

Accepted submissions

Regular papers

  1. Matthias Herlich and Shigeki Yamada. Motivation for a Step-by-Step Guide to set up Wireless Disaster Recovery Networks
  2. Bénédicte Goujon and Christophe Labreuche. Use of a Multi-Criteria Decision Support Tool to Prioritize Reconstruction Projects in a Post-Disaster Phase
  3. Giuseppe Di Modica, Orazio Tomarchio, Marco Cavallo and Domenico Calcaterra. A semantic framework to characterise and monitor territories affected by environmental risks
  4. Rifaat Abdalla. Strategic Framework for Advancing the Utility of GeoICT in Emergency Preparedness
  5. Naomi Ogasawara and Jason Ginsburg. Linguistic Analysis of Japanese Tsunami Evacuation Calls
  6. Alexiei Dingli. Event detection using social sensors
  7. Sekedoua Kouadio and Johnny Douvinet. A smartphone application to help alert in case of flash floods
  8. Gerald Lichtenegger, Wolfgang Vorraber, Ivan Gojmerac, Ada Sporer, Julia Brugger, Erik Exner, Helmut Aschbacher, Markus Christian and Siegfried Voessner. Identification of information gaps in civil-military cooperation in disaster management
  9. Huibo Bi and Olumide Akinwande. Multi-path Routing in Emergency with Health-aware Classification
  10. Ramon Ferrus, Oriol Sallent, Cor Verkoelen, Frank Fransen, Jaakko Saijonmaa, Claudia Olivieri, Michel Duits, Anila Galin, Franco Pangallo and Debora Proietti Modi. Security in Transnational Interoperable PPDR Communications: Threats and Requirements
  11. Ramon Ferrus, Oriol Sallent, Claudia Olivieri, Kirsten Aabye, Aladdin Rashed, Franco Pangallo and Debora Proietti Modi. Towards Transnational Interoperable PPDR Communications: the European ISI Cloud Network
  12. Mohamed Aymen Chalouf, Martin Peres and Francine Krief. Fast deployment of an energy-efficient heterogeneous wireless network for disaster management
  13. Chabane Mohammed, Benahmed Tarek, Benahmed Khelifa, Douli Amel, Abden Sofiane and Bouzekri Amel. A Survey on Detecting and Tracking Objects Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  14. Masahiro Hayashi and Takuya Omura. A Factoring Algorithm for Solving the Problem of Partitioning Core Networks
  15. Tiago Carvalho, Leonardo B. L. Santos, Eduardo F. P. Luz, Rogério Ishibashi, Aurelienne A. S. Jorge and Luciana R. Londe. An Operational Open Source Approach for Watersheds Delimitation and Characterization Based on Digital Images and Geographical Databases
  16. Saim Ghafoor, Kenneth N. Brown and Cormac J. Sreenan. Experimental Evaluation of a Software Defined Radio-based Prototype for a Disaster Response Cellular Network
  17. Zhe Li and Jean-Charles Point. COAST: a Connected Open plAtform for Smart objecTs
  18. Erika Rosas, Felipe Garay, Nicolas Hidalgo and Olivier Marin. Mobility-aware DTN protocols for post disaster scenarios
  19. Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Andrea Marchetti and Maurizio Tesconi. Pulling Information from Social Media in the Aftermath of Unpredictable Disasters
  20. Ichiro Satoh. Bio-inspired Approach to Recovering Distributed Systems from Disasters
  21. Matthias Moi, Therese Friberg, Robin Marterer, Christian Reuter, Thomas Ludwig, Deborah Markham, Mike Hewlett and Andrew Muddiman. Strategy for Processing and Analyzing Social Media Data Streams in Emergencies
  22. Luciana De Resende Londe, Leonardo Bacelar Lima Santos, Erico Soriano and Livia Tomas. Urban mobility data to support the assessment of dynamic vulnerability to disasters
  23. Julia Kantorovitch. Semantic knowledge modeling framework – towards user-centered medical services delivery in the emergency context
  24. Marcello Trovati, Eleana Asimakopoulou and Nik Bessis. Topology Reduction and Probabilistic Information Extraction for Large Data-Sets: A Disaster Management Case Study
  25. Jyh-Shyan Huang, Yao-Nan Lien and Chun-Fu Wang. Design of Multi-Path Network Topology for Contingency Cellular Network
  26. Hikofumi Suzuki, Yasushi Fuwa, David K.Asano, Mitsuru Komatsu, Yuji Takeshita, Masato Futagawa, Eiki Motoyama, So Seryu and Haruo Kaneko. Realization of a Safe and Secure Society using ICT in Shiojiri-City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
  27. Paolo Gubian, Bruno Neri, Mario Piccinelli, Paolo Neri and Francesco Giurlanda. The Disaster of Costa Concordia Cruise Ship: an Accurate Reconstruction Based on Black Box and Automation System Data
  28. Hosna Tashakkori, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari and Mitko Aleksandrov. Indoor Incident Situation Awareness Using 3D Indoor/Outdoor Spatial City Model
  29. Jasmin Pielorz and Christoph Lampert. Optimal Geospatial Allocation of Volunteers for Crisis Management
  30. Tobias Franke, Sascha Negele, George Kampis and Paul Lukowicz. Leveraging Human Mobility in Smartphone Based Ad-Hoc Information Distribution in Crowd Management Scenarios
  31. Tan Do-Duy and M. Angeles Vazquez Castro. Efficient Communication over Cellular Networks with Network Coding in Emergency Scenarios
  32. Priyanka Rawat, Majed Haddad and Eitan Altman. Towards efficient disaster management: 5G and Device to Device communication
  33. Anum Kaleem, Awais Majeed, Hammad Afzal, Tamim Ahmed Khan and Faisal Bashir. Volunteer Reputation Evaluation for Emergency Response Operations
  34. Konstandinos Koumidis, Panayiotis Kolios, Christos Panayiotou and Georgios Ellinas. ProximAid: Proximal adhoc networking to Aid emergency response
  35. Siew Hoon Leong and Dieter Kranzlmüller. A Task-based Ubiquitous Approach to Urgent Computing for Disaster Management
  36. Panayiotis Kolios, George Milis, Christos Panayiotou, Toni Staykova and Homer Papadopoulos. A resource-based decision support tool for emergency response management
  37. Sofiene Jelassi and Gerardo Rubino. YouSOS: A victim-centered management solution of rescue operations
  38. Simin Simin Rasouli, Ole-Christoffer Granmo, Jaziar Radianti and Vahid Rasouli. A Methodology for Fire Data Analysis based on Pattern Recognition towards the Disaster Management
  39. Dipali B. Gaikwad, Yogesh W. Wanjari and K. V. Kale. Emergency Service Provider by Integration of GIS Web Services and Geospatial Data Mining
  40. Mitko Aleksandrov, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari and Hosna Tashakkori. Evacuation Time in Tall High-Rise Buildings

Demos

  1. Changwon Choi, Inkyu Jeong, Jiwon Seo, Jung Tak Lim and Jinyoung Kim. Correlation Analysis of the RADAR Precipitation Echo and the Precipitation Area
  2. Soyoung Park, Junwoo Lee and Minkyo Yeom. 3D Disaster Management Focused on the Site – A Study on Utilization of Smart CCTV based 3D Geo-spatial Information-
  3. Jiwon Seo, Jinyoung Kim, Inkyu Jeong, Jungtak Lim and Yejing Park Park. Development of Open Platform for Enhancing Disaster Risk Management
  4. Alireza Kashian, Abbas Rajabifard and Kai-Florian Richter. WarnWave: Empowering the crowd to exchange emergency information therough smartphones
  5. Morten Gustavsen. Communication with traveller groups in the aftermath of the disaster
  6. Safia Gueziz, Dris Korichi. A new Approach for Optimized Vertical Handover In NGWN