Call for abstract
We invite submissions for the 15th Aceh International Workshop and Expo on Sustainable Tsunami Disaster Recovery (AIWEST-DR 2023) under the theme of “Adaptive and Sustainable Resilience to Disaster”. The conference aims to bring together academics, governments, and practitioners to share lessons and recent advances in multi- hazard disaster risk reduction, providing an interdisciplinary platform to further disaster scholarships and practice. This year’s conference theme coincides with the mid-term review of Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and highlights reflections from post-pandemic disruption. We invite submissions that discuss ways to de-centre disaster risk reduction and reflect on progress of achieving Sendai Framework in adaptive and sustainable manners.
Authors are invited to submit or upload abstracts and extended abstracts on the following tracks:
- Track 1: Hazard, technology, and infrastructure
- Track 2: Inclusive community resilience and disaster education
- Track 3: Urban planning, reconstruction and recovery
- Track 4: Disaster society, culture and history
- Track 5: Human security, pandemic, and communicable diseases
- Track 6: Disaster governance and diplomacy
The paper themes covered by this conference include:
- Geohazard, technology and infrastructure.
- Coastal city resilience towards natural hazards.
- Knowledge management for disaster risk reduction.
- Disaster risk financing and insurance.
- Human security and disaster medicine.
- Policy making for sustainable disaster risk reduction.
- Hydro-meteorological hazards and climate changes.
- Tsunami numerical modeling and its applications.
- Resilient city planning.
- Evacuation planning and training.
- Disaster education.
- Emergency handling and psychological dimension of responses.
- ICT application in disaster management.
- GIS and remote sensing for disaster management.
- Local and indigenous knowledge for disaster risk reduction.
- Applied geosciences for disaster risk reduction.
- Effective recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction.
- Paleotsunami and paleoseismic studies.
- Disaster management in a religious perspective.
- Progress of SFDRR implementation.
- Intersectionalities of age, gender, disability in DRR
Important dates (NEW!)
|1||Deadline of Abstract Submission||31 May 2023|
|2||Announcement of Abstract Acceptance||30 June 2023|
|3||Deadline of Full Paper Submission||7 August 2023|
|4||Deadline for early-bird registration for presenters||1 September 2023|
|5||Announcement of Full Paper Acceptance||21 September 2023|
|6||Workshop and Expo||11-13 October 2023|
|7||Conference dinner||12 October 2023|
|8||Field visit (half-day)||13 October 2023|
For further information about Submission Guidelines, please visit website http://epaper.uasc.ugm.ac.id/Events/detail/72