DeSIRE Conference November 2020 – call for sessions


Joint International Resilience conference

Interconnected: Resilience innovations for Sustainable Development Goals 24, 25 and 26 November, 2020 | TU Delft, The Netherlands

4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering and the Future Resilient Systems programme of Singapore-ETH Centre invite you to submit a proposal for a session to be held at the conference. Please find the call for sessions here.

Please complete the template and submit to 4tu-re-conference@utwente.nl

The conference will be organized into four thematic tracks on:

  • 1. Designing resilient STE systems
  • 2. Modelling complex and interdependent STE systems
  • 3. Measuring and analysing resilience of interdependent STE systems
  • 4. Governance systems and institutional arrangements for STE resilience

Session chairs can freely choose their topic within the context of the conference theme and the thematic tracks. The format can range from an interactive workshop, small panel, round-table discussion to a small code-a-thon, problem focused format or traditional abstract-based session. In all cases, session chairs are expected to foster and streamline the contributions to their session, and to provide an underlying structure to the conference program. Session chairs will be responsible for promoting their sessions, soliciting submissions and facilitating the reviewing process.

Please complete the template available via our 4TU RE website indicating the title, the thematic track, a short abstract, the intended session format and the contact information of the session organizers. The template can be submitted to: 4tu-re-conference@utwente.nl

Important dates

  • Deadline for Session Proposals: January 20, 2020
  • Notification of Acceptance: February 24, 2020

For more information and registration:

www.4TU.nl/resilience

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About Julius Wesche

Writing about coalition buliding in the German heat Transition | Member of the STRN steering group | PhD candidate at @UtrechtUni | Work at @FraunhoferISI | Organizer at the NEST |

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