ISCRAM is a learned society for people working in the field of
Information Systems for Crisis Response And Management.
The ISCRAM Association’s primary mission is to foster a community dedicated to promoting research and development, exchange of knowledge and deployment of information systems for crisis management, including the social, technical and practical aspects of all information and communication systems used or to be used in all phases of management of emergencies, disasters and crises.
ISCRAM researchers are attending the European Emergency Number Association (EENA) annual conference in Riga, Latvia (6-8 October 2021) to present their work at a new Research Corner event planned by ISCRAM and EENA. The session will be chaired by Rob Grace and include the following presenters: Eva Petitdemange, Erik Borglund, Lennart Landsberg, and Hassan Moafa. More information can be found at: https://eena.org/events/eena-conference/
ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2021, originally scheduled for November 2021, has been postponed to November 2022. The current impact of COVID-19 and the associated uncertainty of international travel restrictions to Australia in the near future has made it impractical and unfeasible to plan for and hold the conference on the original dates. The organising committee regret having to reschedule the conference, but are delighted to welcome the international community to Melbourne in 2022. We will build upon the progress we had already made on the general programme and anticipate that this will be a great event. More information can be found at: https://iscramasiapacific.com/call-for-submissions/
ISCRAM 2021 Conference Proceedings are now published and fully available in the ISCRAM Digital Library!
Become a member of the ISCRAM Association
ISCRAM has been on quite an extraordinary journey since May 2004, when a group of researchers active in the then newly termed “ISCRAM” domain gathered for the first time in Brussels. The ISCRAM community has continued to grow and mature ever since, attracting an increasingly diverse crowd of researchers and practitioners with a variety of interests, experiences and expertise.BECOME A MEMBER
As mentioned in our last General Assembly, we are also working to offer you a focused outlet to publish our work and we are currently in discussion with a journal in which we may have a linked section that would cover the “crisis management” and “information systems” related topics…more on this soon! In addition, you will soon have […]Read More
We have exciting news regarding ISCRAM Asia Pacific. A second conference will take place in Australia in November 2021! We are currently working with the team of Rob Power at CSIRO. The conference will include hybrid opportunities for remote and on-site participation.Read More
During the conference, our General Assembly will also take place virtually on May 25th. Candidacy for positions on the ISCRAM Board will be solicited at the end of February to hold elections and announce results during the General Assembly. Please look for an email next month with details regarding the election process.Read More