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Indo- German Workshop on Civil Security Research

Code CIDEF|2012|MIX|152
Short title Indo- German Workshop on Civil Security Research
Title Indo- German Workshop on Civil Security Research
Fields iDRM CIDEF: Civil Defence
Target Groups MIX: Mixed Group
Persons

N Balakrishnan (Coordinator)

Institutions
Event Details
Date Place Details Application
Tue 06.11.2012
Wed 07.11.2012

2 Day(s)
SERC, IISc Bangalore
Supercomputer Education and Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore , Karnataka
Max. participants 60
Target Group Experts from the Government, academia and other organs of the society which are directly concerned about civil security
Organiser Depatment of Science and Technology (DST) GoI, and The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany
Objectives

To understand the problems and challenges in civil security and come up with action plans that would include generation of joint R&D proposals, to be funded by both the governments.

Description of contents/agenda
  • Disaster Risk Management
  • Protection and Rescue in Biological Risk Situations
  • Protection and Rescue of People
  • Urban Security
  • Administrative and Political Aspects of Civil Security
Event report and material

Participant List

Participants from Germany
pdf
along with Ragistration
pdf

Presentations

Day 1

Opening Session

by R. K. Sharma, Dept. of Science and Technology
by Markus Dicks, Federal Ministry of Education and Research
by Frank Schäfer, Fraunhofer EMI
Frank Schäfer, Fraunhofer EMI
by N Balakrishnan, IISc

Session 1

by Leonhard Michael Reindl, University of Freiburg
by P M Nair, Directorate General Civil Defence
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by Tim Stuchtey, Executive Director, BIGS gGmbH
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by Pronab Mohanty, IPS

Session 2

by Hans-Reinhard Brodt, Head,Deptartment of Infectious Diseases, Medical Clinic II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt
by Rakesh Dubey, Director, Disaster Management Institute
by Heiko Werner, Head of General Affairs Division, The Federal Agency for Technical Relief
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Disaster Risk Management
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Disaster Risk Management
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Disaster Risk Management
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Disaster Risk Management

Session 3

by Jija Harisingh, Ex-Comm. General, Home Guards Bangalore Civil Defence & Fire Services

Day 2

Session 4: Plenary Talks

by KM Singh, IPS (Retd) National Disaster Management
by K Vijaykumar, IPS (Retd.) Ex-Director General Central Reserve Police Force

Final Session

Structural vulnerability, detection and rescue of victims in collapsed buildings
Predictions, Modeling, and Warning of Major inland Floodings
Security-related non-nominal situations in urban underground transportation requiring evacuation and rescue
Vulnerabilities and Volunteerism
Improving Response Capacity For Emerging Infections In India
Developing a Training Application for Indian First Responders

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