ISCRAM2005: impressions from a great conference!

The ISCRAM2005 Conference is over – and we had a great time: some impressions from our 2nd meeting in Brussels! The ISCRAM2005 Conference in Brussels attracted over 150 participants during three days of great plenary keynotes, exciting talks and lively discussions and round table sessions.   The pre-registration event on Sunday evening in the “Mort Subite” set […]

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Paper submission guidelines and timetable for ISCRAM2005

Regular paper submission is now closed. Only short contributions for the Special Symposium on Early Warning Systems are allowed until February 15 2005. How to submit a paper to the ISCRAM Conference: Please send your paper by email to iscram2005@uvt.nl as an MS Word document. To submit a paper for the Conference, please note that:  Papers can either be […]

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Paul Currion invited speaker at ISCRAM2005

We are happy to announce that Paul Currion has accepted to deliver an invited talk at ISCRAM 2005. Paul Currion is a consultant working in the field of information management and humanitarian coordination.  In particular he has been involved in Humanitarian Information Centres (HICs,www.humanitarianinfo.org), working in development and management of HICs in Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Liberia.  Most recently, […]

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Prof. Jack Harrald keynote speaker at ISCRAM2005

We are happy to announce that professor Jack Harrald, director of the George Washington University Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management, has accepted to deliver a keynote presentation at ISCRAM2005. Dr. Harrald has been actively engaged in the fields of maritime safety, emergency management, and crisis management, as a researcher in his academic career and as a […]

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Special event for PhD-students at ISCRAM2005

PhD-students who attend ISCRAM2005 are invited to a special evening for PhD-students that will be held on April 17th, 2005, organized by Jonas Landgren. This session will be an  excellent opportunity for PhD-students to present their research projects, discuss issues of concern in doctoral studies and receive feedback from the senior researchers and other participating […]

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ISCRAM2005 Paper Submission Timetable

The timetable for ISCRAM2005 papers is as follows:  Paper submission deadline: December 30 2004  Review notification (one of: accept/conditionally accept/rejection) : February 1 2005  Conditionally accepted papers revision deadline: February 21 2005  Editor Notification to conditionally accepted papers: March 1 2005  Camera ready (all papers): March 10 2005 Paper formating instructions are available in the […]

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ISCRAM2005 Mike Meleshkin award for best PhD student paper

At ISCRAM2005, the second Mike Meleshkin Award for Best ISCRAM PhD student Paper will be awarded. The recipient of this Award will be selected by a standing review committee consisting of members from the ISCRAM program and organizing committee. The paper will be selected on the basis of the quality of the published paper and its […]

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