Engineers and Architects will be issued nr. 3 CFP.
PREMIO di LAUREA “MARCO MUCCIARELLI”
Il prossimo 14 gennaio 2022, con inizio alle ore 15:30, si svolgerà il webinar per la premiazione dei vincitori del “Premio Marco Mucciarelli”, III edizione, promosso dall’Associazione Gian Franco Lupo, “Un Sorriso alla Vita”, dall’Università degli Studi di Basilicata, dall’Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale di Trieste, dal CNR-IMAA di Tito Scalo (PZ) e dall’associazione di volontariato ANPAS.
Link di acceso al webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1444078100927966991
In the framework of the ROADMAP project (https://roadmap.ci3r.it), a series of Webinars will be held with international experts on Disaster Risk Management (DRM) issues, with the objective of discussing relevant topics on the management of various phases of risks to find good practices and propose guidelines to the Community of Stakeholders involved in the process at EU, national and local levels. The second Webinar, entitled Communication Challenges in Disaster Risk Management and Crisis Management, will be held on December 6th, at 10AM (CET), and will be dedicated to the complex task of communicating during critical events. For this purpose, we will have lectures from different experts, namely:
- Nicola Nosengo, science writer and scientific communicator;
- Iain Stewart, University of Plymouth;
- Lucia Castro Herrera, Centre for Integrated Emergency Management CIEM at the University of Agder in Norway.
See the detailed agenda here: https://bit.ly/roadmap2web_agenda or here. The participation in the Webinar is free, but registration is mandatory. The webinar will be spoken in English. Please visit: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zWSOA2IWTH6r0IqUNXYvrA
The ReLUIS Consortium, for the category of actions for the protection and safety of historical and architectural heritage, receives the award for the commitment in the areas of the country affected by the seismic events that have occurred since 2009. To receive the Award, representing the President of ReLUIS, Professor Edoardo Cosenza, Professor Andrea Prota, Director of the Department of Structures for Engineering and Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II. Thanks to all the ReLUIS network for taking part in the actions to protect and safeguard the artistic heritage of Central Italy. Click here for the video of the ceremony.
Also this year the ReLUIS consortium actively participates in the national communication campaign "Io Non Rischio", promoted by the Department of Civil Protection (DPC), together with the National Association of Public Assistance (ANPAS), the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) and the CIMA Foundation.
The Civil Protection Department, with a press release dated 24 September, officially announced the INR 2021 edition, which will take place on Sunday 24th, October 2021 only.
In particular, experts deployed by the ReLUIS Consortium will support civil protection volunteers in the awareness and dissemination campaign on the prevention of seismic risk, who will explain to citizens that prevention is possible and that nowadays methods, tools and techniques are available toeffectively reduce the effects of earthquakes.
More than 3400 civil protection volunteers will set up "Io non rischio" info-points in the main squares all over the country and "digital squares" to raise awareness among citizens about seismic, tsunami and flood risks.
This study, carried out following a short-term seismic risk assessment system developed by Reluis, compares the risks due to earthquakes and to COVID. Such analysis shows that during the first wave the risk due to the pandemic was comparable to that of a seismic sequence of about six degrees of magnitude.
The D.L. 109/2018 (so called Genoa Decree, converted into law nr. 130, November 16th, 2018) issued after the tragic collapse of Ponte Morandi on August 14th, 2018 requires the adoption of specific guidelines to ensure the homogeneity of classification and risk management, safety assessment and monitoring of existing bridges, viaducts, overpasses, etc., providing for the involvement of the national civil protection system resources, after consulting the Board of Governors of the Public Works and the Department of Civil Protection.