30 Sep 2020
Newsletter September 2020
A new newsletter has been sent out, check it out here!
23 Sep 2020
Call for papers Thematic Issue SESMO
To further disseminate the results and discussions presented at the conference, to extend our international resilience community and to reach an even wider audience we will create a thematic issue in a high quality scientific journal. We have chosen Socio-Environmental Systems Modelling and have indeed received approval from the Editor in Chief for a thematic issue with about 10-15 paper on the Resilience of coupled Socio-Technical-Environmental (STE) systems.
11 Sep 2020
Extra call for resilience fellows: WUR and TU/e
Extra call for Resilience Fellows exclusively for WUR and TU/e! The application deadline is October 30, 2020.
9 Sep 2020
Tina Comes new scientific director at the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering
Dr. Tina Comes - Associate Professor on Resilience Decisions at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at the TU Delft - is the new Scientific Director of the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering (4TU RE). She takes over from Professor David Smeulders (Eindhoven University of Technology).
31 Aug 2020
Share your 4TU RE resources!
With the launch of our new 4TU RE website at the beginning of this year, the brand new repository was also launched. On this page, you will find different types of open resources concerning resilience.
3 Jul 2020
Newsletter Joint International Resilience Conference
A newsletter with the latest updates on the conference has been published, check it out here!
18 Jun 2020
Newsletter June 2020
A new newsletter has been published, check it out here!
1 Jun 2020
Fellowship Programme update
To create international impact, the DeSIRE programme features a Fellowship Programme. This programme enables 4TU researchers with an interest in resilience of social-environmental-technical systems to invite and cooperate with junior and senior researchers from around the world. Calls for applications are launched on a regular basis (once or twice a year). Our ambition is to have a group of 100 Resilience fellows (including a couple of appointed ambassadors) by the end of 2022. These fellows and ambassadors are invited for our events and play a key role in advancing and spreading our new knowledge, approaches, tools and ideas about resilience engineering.
12 May 2020
Update Joint International Resilience Conference 2020
It is our wish to provide as much clarity for all those involved and interested in the upcoming Joint International Resilience Conference. For this reason, we have decided that the conference will take place online. If possible, we might combine it with small local gatherings. Following this, the final deadline for abstract submission has been moved to the end of June.