4 Jun 2019
Prof. Neelke Doorn (TU Delft) receives Vidi Grant
Professor Neelke Doorn (TU Delft) received a Vidi Grant worth € 800,000 for her research ‘Responsibility for resilience in climate adaptation’. This research is about the responsibility of citizens in climate adaptation policy. Citizens are increasingly expected to take responsibility for resilience to climate change. Neelke will use the grant to spend the next five years to develop an ethical theory and study the extent to which civic responsibility can be shared fairly and effectively in climate adaptation policy. She hopes that this project will pave the way for climate policy that is not only effective, but also fair in the sense that everyone will benefit, not just highly educated people.
4 Jun 2019
Royal Honour for Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen
Professor Jan Dirk Jansen, Dean and Professor of Reservoir Systems and Control at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG), has received the Royal honour for his contributions to Earth Sciences research in the Netherlands and his talent for bringing together science and wider society. With that he has been made a Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion.
23 May 2019
International Science and Engineering Applications Symposium on Hazards 2019 (ISESH2019) is a global platform to discuss and learn about factors, causes and consequences of different types of hazards.
21 May 2019
Join us for a session on Resilience Engineering at the DMDU2019 conference in Delft, November 5-7 and submit an abstract for our Track “Finding the Tipping Point. Deep Uncertainty for Resilience Engineering in Complex & Coupled Systems.” Submission deadline: June 15 via the conference website.
19 Apr 2019
Opening Symposium of the Dutch Network Science Society on 7th May 2019
28 Mar 2019
Newsletter March 2019
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19 Mar 2019
DeSIRE Conference 6&7 June 2019
On behalf of the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering and the Strategic Research Programme DeSIRE (Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering), we would like to invite you to the first 4TU DeSIRE-conference on Resilience Engineering. The aim of this national conference is to provide a forum for scientists and practitioners to connect, share experiences and raise challenges on all aspects related to Resilience Engineering of social-technological-ecological systems. Together, we want to build a resilience engineering community and start or further strengthen collaborations.
19 Mar 2019
People in the picture: Tatiana Filatova
People in the picture: Tatiana Filatova We have to connect and create synergy to make societal impact
14 Mar 2019