The Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy and the Syslab's ISEPEI Project for the second time organize a series of open lectures on Disaster Management and Risk Reduction at CEU.
The lectures are to be conducted by practitioners from relevant organizations worldwide.
The following talks are scheduled in Winter Term:
Feb 7th, from 13:30, N15 / 103 - Douglas Cripe (Group on Earth Observations)
"Earth Observations for Disaster Resilience"
Feb 15th, from 15:30, N15 / 103 - Ed Parsons (Google)
"Disaster Management in the age of Ambient Location"
Feb 21st, from 13:30, N15 / 103 - Armen Grigoryan (UNDP Regional Centre for Europe and CIS)
"Disaster Risk Reduction & SDGs: Trends and linkages"
March 13th, from 15:30, N15 / 106 - Zoltán Illés (Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, CEU) and Dezső Mikus (GIS and environmental information systems consultant)
"Red Mud Accident in Ajka and geospatial solutions in pre/post- disaster management"
March 21st, from 13:30, N15 / 103 - Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)
"Satellite Data Access, Coordination and Mapping Mechanisms for Disaster Management"
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