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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 13/Sep/2017
11:30am
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12:45pm
DMR 1: WS Disaster Management for Resilience and Public Safety
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Frank Fuchs-Kittowski
Chair: Michael Klafft
 

Evacuation exercises and simulations toward improving safety at public buildings

Angela Santos, Margarida Queirós, Gabriele Montecchiari


Use Cases for Virtual Reality Applications in Emergency Operation Centers

Michael Klafft, Holger Ziekow


Advancing the Understanding and Mitigation of Hydrological Extreme Events with High-Level IT Services

Jens Weismüller, Nils gentschen Felde, Martin Leduc, Anton Frank

3:10pm
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4:00pm
DMR 2: WS Disaster Management for Resilience and Public Safety
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Frank Fuchs-Kittowski
Chair: Michael Klafft
 

Challenges in Operational Risk Information Management

Horst Kremers


Disaster Monitoring using UAV and Deep Learning

Andreas Kamilaris, Francesc X. Prenafeta-Boldú

Date: Thursday, 14/Sep/2017
10:45am
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12:45pm
AEM 1: WS Applied Environmental Modelling Operation and Impact
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Matti Heikkurinen
 

UNISDR - leveraging environmental computing on the global scale

Julio Serje


Towards sustained exascale environmental computing services

Dieter Kranzlmüller


Multi-model ensembles to reduce the uncertainty in prediction of flash flood events

Elisabetta Fiori


Aerosol, clouds and their interactions in Earth System and Weather Modeling

Risto Makkonen

2:00pm
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3:40pm
AEM 2: WS Applied Environmental Modelling Operation and Impact
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Matti Heikkurinen
 

Indicators: Some remarks to design and interpretation in the context of modelling and simulation

Jochen Wittmann


Urgent computing: use cases, challenges and benefits of addressing them

Valeria V. Krzhizhanovskaya


Addressing knowledge and know-how biases in the environmental sciences with modern data and compute services

Stephan Hachinger, Hai Nguyen, Tobias Weber, Jens Weismüller


Developing a Soil Systems Model Using Semantic Web Technologies

Graham Dean, Victoria Janes Bassett, Ross Towe, Vatsala Nundloll, Jess Davies, Gordon Blair

4:10pm
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5:30pm
AEM 3: WS Applied Environmental Modelling Operation and Impact
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Matti Heikkurinen
 

Sensor networks as integral part of environmental computing toolbox

Marian Bubak


Reaching and sustaining extreme scaling of an environmental model: case Seissol

Michael Bader


General cost-benefit assessment challenges

Jörn Altmann


Discussion and conclusions

Matti Heikkurinen, Kranzlmüller Dieter

Date: Friday, 15/Sep/2017
9:00am
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10:15am
KN3: Keynotes by Erland Morelissen and Richard Lenz
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Benoît Otjaques

Erland Morelissen, Business Development Director, Business Region Europe, Volvo Bus Corporation, Netherlands: The future is electric

Prof. Dr. Richard LENZ, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany: Informatics in Life Sciences – What can we learn from each other?

2:00pm
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3:15pm
Awards and next year presentation
Location: Chapelle
Chair: Volker Wohlgemuth
Chair: Kristina Voigt
Chair: Benoît Otjaques
Best paper award
Best student paper award
Presentation of EnviroInfo 2018

 
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