INQUIMUS 2016 Posters

Alistair Geddes

Considering possibilities for using sub-national household projections in flood risk management approaches

Asad Asadzadeh

An Inductive Approach for Developing Disaster Resilience Indices in the Context of Earthquake Hazard

Carmen Morales

Impact chain development for the Thai climate vulnerability assessment

Dominik Weiss

Assessment of Urban Resilience – Planning with new Risks and Challenges

Ivan Frigerio

Sociospatial vulnerability assessments for recovery scenarios? Insights from 2012 Emilia earthquake

Guillaume Rohat

Assessment of Future Urban Socio-Climatic Vulnerability – Scenarios Matrix Approach

Jean-Dominique Creutin


Jolien van Huijstee

Global spatially explicit projections of population and urban growth

Juan Ruben Gonzáles Cardenas

Managing resilience by computational intelligence tools: The resilience fuzzy controller

Katerina Tzavella

Development of indicator for urban resilience

Linda Kuil

Adaptation in smallholder agriculutre systems to changing water availibility

Lutiane Almeida

Disaster risk indicators in Brazil: A proposal based on the world risk index

Silvia Torresan

Evaluating multiple climate change impacts in vulnerable transitional systems: a Bayesian Networks approach

Stefan Kienberger, Marion Borderon

Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in Mauritania

Vincent Heß

Weighing the dimensions of social vulnerability with a regression analysis of natural disaster damages

Christian Kofler

Modelling of rockslide dam scenarios from a cascading hazard perspective –a case study in Upper Vinschgau, Italy