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11 Mar 2019
Call for application: International workshop
Natural disasters consist of human and natural components that are interconnected. While progress has been made to mitigate and adapt to natural hazards, much of the existing research lacks interdisciplinary approaches that equally consider both natural and social processes. More importantly, this lack of integration between approaches remains a major challenge in developing disaster risk management plans for communities. The proposed early career researcher workshop on Modelling risk and resilience in human and natural systems aims to:
11 Mar 2019
Extreme Events
Travel grants available! The relations between climate extremes and sustainable development goals will be discussed at the Herrenhausen Conference on October 9-11, 2019, in Hannover, Germany.
27 Feb 2019
EURO HOpe 2019: The 4th EURO HOpe mini conference
EURO HOpe 2019: The 4th EURO HOpe mini-conference
15 Feb 2019
Workshop social resilience of diverse societies
Would you like to connect with various members of our diverse societies to enhance your peer groups' resilience in times of crises?
29 Jan 2019
New 4TU RE explanation video
Have you already seen our new 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering explanation video?! It tells briefly and to-the-point what 4TU RE does and what we stand for. Please have a look!
28 Jan 2019
Special session on Resilience, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at HTSF 2019!
As a good start of this new year, I would like to share with you the call for papers of theĀ High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) ConferenceĀ that will be hosted by my department NIKOS at theĀ University of Twente on (26) 27-28 May 2019 here.
25 Jan 2019
‘We have to improve our resistance to climate change’ Climate vulnerability and resilience in Indonesia.
During an interview after his lecture, Dr. Sugardiman shared his views regarding climate vulnerability and resilience in the context of a developing country: ā€œIn Indonesia, the most vulnerable sectors to climate change are the food and health sectors. Massive disruptions in these two important areas will threaten national security. Therefore, it is extremely important to improve our resilience to climate change. Furthermore, considering the physical and social complexity of the Indonesian archipelago, resilience engineering should consider site-specific characteristics, and therefore we should invest time in participatory planning and preparation, before executing a program.ā€
11 Jan 2019
Resilience, Reliability & Asset Management Congress
The emergence of cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the last decade has greatly increased the connectivity and interdependency between infrastructural and industrial systems. This development has led to greater complexity in the planning, design, and operations of system of systems.
8 Jan 2019
4TU RE goes social!
4TU RE goes social! Recently we started this private LinkedIn group ā€˜Members of 4TU REā€™. Now we also have a public LinkedIn and Twitter account. Via these social media accounts we will share 4TU RE news, events and vacancies with everyone who is interested. So please follow us!
21 Dec 2018
177th Dies Natalis Delft University of Technology
On the occasion of the Dies Natalis celebration, TU Delft organises a symposium on Climate Action.
21 Dec 2018
“Climate resilience key challenge for global energy sector”
Climate resilience will turn out to be one of the key challenges for the global energy sector, says Kamia Handayani. Kamia, who is a PhD researcher in climate change mitigation and adaptation in the power sector, presented her views last week at the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP24 in Katowice, Poland.
28 Sep 2018
4TU’S Resilience Engineering Centre off to an exiting start
On June 7th we officially launched the new 4TU-Centre Resilience Engineering, founded last January. We were honoured to have three highly respected keynote speakers: Prof. Hans Heinimann, Programme Director of Future Resilient Systems at Singapore ETH Centre (SEC) and a global research and thought leader in the field of resilience, Dutch Delta Programme Commissioner Wim Kuijken and our own Prof. Tatiana Filatova, leader of our capacity building programme DeSiRE.