The IDRiM Society has postponed the 11th IDRiM Conference due to the tremendous growth of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases across the globe. For this reason, although we cannot meet physically at our annual conference, we will hold the “IDRiM Virtual Workshop for Interactive Discussions between Senior and Early-Career Scientists” on 23-24 September 2020. We think that it is at times like these that IDRiM Society and all its members should play an important role by promoting integrated disaster risk management.
The Integrated Disaster Risk Management Society (IDRiM) (idrim.org), an academic society, was founded in 2009 following a series of ten conferences organised by the Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). Since 2009, we have hosted IDRiM conferences annually in different countries around the world showcasing research, implementation cases studies and addressing some of the most pressing problems in the field.
The idea behind the “IDRiM Virtual Workshop” is to provide a virtual communicative space to promote the exchange of ideas and discussion between well established, experienced scientists and experts who will chair the sessions, and early-career scientists and researchers. Although we would like to create a space for dialogue between senior and early-career scientists, the workshop is open to everyone who is interested and motivated to learn, share ideas, provide comments, and promote IDRiM. The Workshop will also host keynote talks and provide opportunities for discussion.
Registration is free of charge for everyone. Please note that you must register for a BagEvent account (for free), providing your name, affiliation and contact details.
Read more about our inspiring lineup of internationally acknowledged invited workshop chairs and the stimulating thematic sessions through the links below.
Learn more about about how you can submit your workshop presentation abstract and research paper through the links below.