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ICT-DM’2014 aims to bring together academics and practitioners who are involved in emergency services, ad hoc planning, disaster recovery, etc., to learn about the latest research developments, share experiences and information about this area and develop recommendations.



Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that present original unpublished research on using ICTs for detection, prevention, preparation, response and recovery of disasters. There will also be invited presentations by experts from academia, industry, and government as well as special sessions dedicated to case studies, demonstrations and experiences based on pragmatic approaches. This way, the conference will provide a forum for supporting and encouraging both academic researchers, as well as practitioners involved in applied‐focused research. The conference topics are (but not limited to):

Communication systems for disaster management
Infrastructures, technologies and services for distributed crisis management teams and organizations
Mobile and wireless communication networks
Hastily formed networks (MANETs, Mesh, VANETs, Sensor, …)
Opportunistic communications
Multi-platform and multi-sensor data collection
Infrastructure protection and security
Interoperability of heterogeneous systems
Coordination and collaboration technologies and systems for disaster management
Collaborative information systems architectures, frameworks, technologies
Collaborative decision-making under stress, time pressure and limited resources
Service Oriented Architectures for collaboration
Ontology approaches
Contextual and situation-based collaboration
Security and privacy concerns in information sharing
Cloud computing for disaster management
Pervasive and mobile computing
Social media and networks for participation and collaboration
Modeling and simulation of collaboration
Data/information management and analysis for disaster management
Querying and filtering on heterogeneous, multi-source streaming disaster data
Human-system interactive information extraction
Uncertainty and possibly adversity in data handling and delivery
Context-awareness information analysis and extraction
Data mining from multiple information and huge sources
Mining and making decisions on time-evolving and uncertain data
Crowd sourcing
Trust and information credibility in social networks
Damage and loss assessment
Post disaster needs assessment
Geo-Information technologies for disaster management
Geospatial information technology and geo-collaboration
Situation awareness
Web mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Integration of data: building information models (BIM) and GIS
Standardization developments (models, icons, symbols)
Visualization and visual analytics
Evacuation and rescue geo-planning
Open source data and space based resources to support disaster management
Preparation and mitigation for managing disasters
Prediction and early warning
Remote sensing
Risk assessment, modeling and simulation tools for crisis situations
Healthcare crisis information systems
Multimedia-based communication skills for citizens and civil servants
E-government and population education
Practices for risk reduction and rapid response in developing countries
ICT in emergency planning and civil protection
Case studies, particular incidents and learned lessons
Benchmark and case studies in e-governance for disaster management
Case studies of the use of social media and networks
Innovative uses of technologies adapted to the readiness status of developing countries
Demos
ICT-DM’2014 will include demonstration sessions that shall provide a forum to present and discuss: demonstrations of new products, applications and techniques, practical implementations; industrial and commercial developments, research testbeds and implementations meeting the topics of the conference.

Authors are invited to submit a 2-page extended abstract describing the main contr
ICT-DM’2014 aims to bring together academics and practitioners who are involved in emergency services, ad hoc planning, disaster recovery, etc., to learn about the latest research developments, share experiences and information about this area and develop recommendations.



Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that present original unpublished research on using ICTs for detection, prevention, preparation, response and recovery of disasters. There will also be invited presentations by experts from academia, industry, and government as well as special sessions dedicated to case studies, demonstrations and experiences based on pragmatic approaches. This way, the conference will provide a forum for supporting and encouraging both academic researchers, as well as practitioners involved in applied‐focused research. The conference topics are (but not limited to):

Communication systems for disaster management
Infrastructures, technologies and services for distributed crisis management teams and organizations
Mobile and wireless communication networks
Hastily formed networks (MANETs, Mesh, VANETs, Sensor, …)
Opportunistic communications
Multi-platform and multi-sensor data collection
Infrastructure protection and security
Interoperability of heterogeneous systems
Coordination and collaboration technologies and systems for disaster management
Collaborative information systems architectures, frameworks, technologies
Collaborative decision-making under stress, time pressure and limited resources
Service Oriented Architectures for collaboration
Ontology approaches
Contextual and situation-based collaboration
Security and privacy concerns in information sharing
Cloud computing for disaster management
Pervasive and mobile computing
Social media and networks for participation and collaboration
Modeling and simulation of collaboration
Data/information management and analysis for disaster management
Querying and filtering on heterogeneous, multi-source streaming disaster data
Human-system interactive information extraction
Uncertainty and possibly adversity in data handling and delivery
Context-awareness information analysis and extraction
Data mining from multiple information and huge sources
Mining and making decisions on time-evolving and uncertain data
Crowd sourcing
Trust and information credibility in social networks
Damage and loss assessment
Post disaster needs assessment
Geo-Information technologies for disaster management
Geospatial information technology and geo-collaboration
Situation awareness
Web mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Integration of data: building information models (BIM) and GIS
Standardization developments (models, icons, symbols)
Visualization and visual analytics
Evacuation and rescue geo-planning
Open source data and space based resources to support disaster management
Preparation and mitigation for managing disasters
Prediction and early warning
Remote sensing
Risk assessment, modeling and simulation tools for crisis situations
Healthcare crisis information systems
Multimedia-based communication skills for citizens and civil servants
E-government and population education
Practices for risk reduction and rapid response in developing countries
ICT in emergency planning and civil protection
Case studies, particular incidents and learned lessons
Benchmark and case studies in e-governance for disaster management
Case studies of the use of social media and networks
Innovative uses of technologies adapted to the readiness status of developing countries
Demos
ICT-DM’2014 will include demonstration sessions that shall provide a forum to present and discuss: demonstrations of new products, applications and techniques, practical implementations; industrial and commercial developments, research testbeds and implementations meeting the topics of the conference.

Authors are invited to submit a 2-page extended abstract describing the main contr

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The
 
1
st
 
International
 
Conference
 
on
 
ICTs
 
for
 
Disaster
 
Management
 
ICT
DM’2014
 
March
 
24
25,
 
2014,
 
 Algiers,
 
 Algeria
 
www.ict 
dm.org
 
Scope
 
Disasters
 
are
 
events
 
that
 
cause
 
dramatic
 
losses
 
of 
 
life
 
and
 
property
 
and
 
disrupt
 
the
 
normal
 
functioning
 
of 
 
the
 
economy
 
and
 
society
 
on
 
a
 
large
 
scale.
 
Disaster
 
management
 
is
 
multifaceted
 
process
 
to
 
reduce
 
the
 
impact
 
of 
 
disasters
 
and
 
provide
 
assistance
 
to
 
affected
 
populations.
 
It
 
involves
 
information
and
 
communication
intensive
 
activities
 
before,
 
during
 
and
 
after
 
disaster
 
strikes.
 
The
 
revolutionary
 
potential
 
of 
 
Information
 
and
 
Communication
 
Technologies
 
(ICTs)
 
lies
 
in
 
their
 
ability
 
to
 
instantly
 
and
 
continuously
 
facilitate
 
rapid
 
communication
 
and
 
flow
 
of 
 
information,
 
capital,
 
ideas,
 
people
 
and
 
products.
 
Because
 
of 
 
this
 
potential,
 
ICTs
 
have
 
shown
 
usefulness
 
for
 
addressing
 
various
 
challenges
 
including
 
those
 
related
 
to
 
disaster
 
management.
 
This
 
makes
 
everyone
 
agree
 
on
 
their
 
potential
 
to
 
revolutionize
 
the
 
disaster
 
management
 
area
 
too.
 
ICT
DM’2014
 
aims
 
to
 
bring
 
together
 
academics
 
and
 
practitioners
 
who
 
are
 
involved
 
in
 
emergency
 
services,
 
ad
 
hoc
 
planning,
 
disaster
 
recovery,
 
etc.,
 
to
 
learn
 
about
 
the
 
latest
 
research
 
developments,
 
share
 
experiences
 
and
 
information
 
about
 
this
 
area
 
and
 
develop
 
recommendations.
 
Authors
 
are
 
invited
 
to
 
submit
 
manuscripts
 
that
 
present
 
original
 
unpublished
 
research
 
on
 
using
 
ICTs
 
for
 
detection,
 
prevention,
 
preparation,
 
response
 
and
 
recovery
 
of 
 
disasters.
 
There
 
will
 
also
 
be
 
invited
 
presentations
 
by
 
experts
 
from
 
academia,
 
industry,
 
and
 
government
 
as
 
well
 
as
 
special
 
sessions
 
dedicated
 
to
 
case
 
studies,
 
demonstrations
 
and
 
experiences
 
based
 
on
 
pragmatic
 
approaches.
 
This
 
way,
 
the
 
conference
 
will
 
provide
 
a
 
forum
 
for
 
supporting
 
and
 
encouraging
 
both
 
academic
 
researchers,
 
as
 
well
 
as
 
practitioners
 
involved
 
in
 
applied
focused
 
research.
 
The
 
conference
 
topics
 
are
 
(but
 
not
 
limited
 
to):
 
Communication
 
systems
 
for
 
disaster
 
management
 
 
Infrastructures,
 
technologies
 
and
 
services
 
for
 
distributed
 
crisis
 
management
 
teams
 
and
 
organizations
 
 
Mobile
 
and
 
wireless
 
communication
 
networks
 
 
Hastily
 
formed
 
networks
 
(MANETs,
 
Mesh,
 
VANETs,
 
Sensor,
 
…)
 
 
Opportunistic
 
communications
 
 
Multi
platform
 
and
 
multi
sensor
 
data
 
collection
 
 
Infrastructure
 
protection
 
and
 
security
 
 
Interoperability
 
of 
 
heterogeneous
 
systems
 
Coordination
 
and
 
collaboration
 
technologies
 
and
 
systems
 
for
 
disaster
 
management
 
 
Collaborative
 
information
 
systems
 
architectures,
 
frameworks,
 
technologies
 
 
Collaborative
 
decision
making
 
under
 
stress,
 
time
 
pressure
 
and
 
limited
 
resources
 
 
Service
 
Oriented
 
Architectures
 
for
 
collaboration
 
 
Ontology
 
approaches
 
 
Contextual
 
and
 
situation
based
 
collaboration
 
 
Security
 
and
 
privacy
 
concerns
 
in
 
information
 
sharing
 
 
Cloud
 
computing
 
for
 
disaster
 
management
 
 
Pervasive
 
and
 
mobile
 
computing
 
 
Social
 
media
 
and
 
networks
 
for
 
participation
 
and
 
collaboration
 
 
Modeling
 
and
 
simulation
 
of 
 
collaboration
 
Data/information
 
management
 
and
 
analysis
 
for
 
disaster
 
management
 
 
Querying
 
and
 
filtering
 
on
 
heterogeneous,
 
multi
source
 
streaming
 
disaster
 
data
 
 
Human
system
 
interactive
 
information
 
extraction
 
 
Uncertainty
 
and
 
possibly
 
adversity
 
in
 
data
 
handling
 
and
 
delivery
 
 
Context
awareness
 
information
 
analysis
 
and
 
extraction
 
 
Data
 
mining
 
from
 
multiple
 
information
 
and
 
huge
 
sources
 
 
Mining
 
and
 
making
 
decisions
 
on
 
time
evolving
 
and
 
uncertain
 
data
 
 
Crowd
 
sourcing
 
 
Trust
 
and
 
information
 
credibility
 
in
 
social
 
networks
 
 
Damage
 
and
 
loss
 
assessment
 
 
Post
 
disaster
 
needs
 
assessment
 

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