06 July 2020

IDRiM Call for Abstracts extended to July 15th

The abstract submission deadline for the IDRiM Virtual Workshop has been extended to Wednesday, 15th July 2020. The workshop presents an opportunity for discussion and engagement for experienced scientists, experts and early-career researchers on Integrated Disaster Risk Management.

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The IDRiM Society is extending the call for abstract submission to Wednesday, 15th July for the IDRiM Virtual Workshop for Interactive Discussions between Senior and Early-Career Scientists on 23rd – 24th September 2020. Risk and Resilience Senior Research Scholar, Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler, will be hosting a session on systemic risk, cascading and compound events and Muneta Yokomatsu, Guest Research Scholar will be hosting a session on Social network, economic growth. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the physical annual 11th IDRiM conference has been postponed. Although researchers are unable to meet physically, they do have the opportunity to present their work and engage virtually with other experts and scientists on various discussions on Disaster Risk Management at the online workshop. The workshop is also open to individuals who are interested in learning and sharing ideas on Disaster Risk Management.

Abstract Submission Instructions

Please submit your short abstract including the following information:

1) Names and affiliations of the presenter and co-authors of the study
2) Contact e-mail address
3) Title of presentation
4) Abstract (within 200 words) and 3-5 keywords
5) Preferable time zone for presentation: your country of residence or
another country/region
6) Chair and topic you are interested in. If more than one, please indicate
priority (e.g. 1 – First choice; 2 – Second choice…)
7) Please inform if you would like to submit a full paper and your
preferred Paper Submission Option (A or B) (click here for more details)

Language of Submission
All abstracts must be submitted in English only.

Online Submission Platform
All abstract submissions are to be done via the BagEvent platform (https://www.bagevent.com/event/idrimworkshop/p/417171) by July 15, 2020.

Please note that you must register for an BagEvent account (for free) in order to proceed with your submission, providing your name, affiliation and contact details.

General Information

All presenters are required to register in order to be included in the program and present. Registration by presenters of accepted abstracts must be completed no later than 31 August 2020.

Review and Notification to Authors
All completed abstracts will be peer-reviewed. You will be informed by email of the acceptance status of your abstract by end-July 2020.

By submitting an abstract, authors agree to publication.

Oral presentations will be included within topical sessions of the official Virtual Workshop programme.

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