VIRTUAL CONFERENCE ON DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
Civil Engineering for a Disaster Resilient Society 15-20 March 2021
Jointly Organized By National Institute of Disaster Management, International Water Management Institute, Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network, Institute of Himalayan Risk Reduction
Publication Partner: Springer
Supported By: SIMSG ISSMGE, IAHR, IACRR, ECI, GEO-INSTITUTE, AIWC, ISET, IGS, IGS Suratkhal Chapter
KEYNOTE SESSION 10 (20 March 2021, 2:00 to 4:00 PM, NPT, GMT +5:45)
Session Chair: Dr. VINOTH SRINIVASAN, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal.
"An appraisal of tsunami hazard in the Indian and Pacific Ocean: Implications for future tsunami resilient society." Dr. R B S YADAV, Assistant Professor, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India
"Modelling Climate Change & Glacier Melt for Sustainable Development of a Himalayan Region." Dr. SAKKERI RAMYA, Assistant Professor, School of Planning and Architecture- New Delhi.
"Vulnerability of interspersed railway tracks exposed to flood and washaway conditions" Dr. SAKDIRAT KAEWUNRUEN, Associate Professor, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
"Use of multi-sensor satellite remote sensing data for flood and drought monitoring and mapping in India." Dr. SAT KUMAR TOMAR, Chief Executive Officer, Satyukt Analytics Pvt. Ltd., Naglore
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