Thematic AreaS

A) DISASTER RISK REDUCTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
University education, higher education courses, capacity development and training, Risk Perception and Behaviour, communication tools and techniques, Learning tools etc.


B) PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY & COVID-19 RISK

Health Emergency Risk Management, COVID-19 Management, Public Health risk management and Governance etc.


c) TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION

DRR Innovations, Technology Solutions for DRR, Response and recovery management, Early Warning and System, Drone, UAV, ICT and AI applications in multi-hazards scenario etc.


D) MULTI HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT AND GOVERNANCE

Risk/hazard/vulnerability/exposure assessment, numerical modelling and simulations, GIS & Remote Sensing etc


E) CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE RESILIENCE

Energy, Transportation, Communication, school and sectoral resilience, resilience frameworks and models, cascading Impacts, Risk financing mechanism in DRR


F) VULNERABILITY, RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Development challenges, Mainstreaming DRR, Mitigation and adaptation techniques, built environment and resilience, addressing SDGs, Socio-ecological system, Business resilience, smart cities etc

Publication partners

Abstract Submission Guideline

Authors are invited to submit Abstract on one or more theme(s) of the symposium on or before 30 April 2021 (extended). The Abstract submission should be done through the DRSD-2021 website. 

*Please do not submit the Abstract through DRSD-2021 email.

Authors will be notified about the acceptance of the abstract through the DRSD- 2021 email within seven days of the submission with the Unique ABSTRACT ID.

Authors need to use this Unique ABSTRACT ID for REGISTRATION.

After REGISTRATION, participants will receive an email withRegistration Confirmation Letter” within 3 days of registration and an invitation for FULL PAPER Submission.

Full paper Submission Guideline

The DRSD-2021 Participants will get an opportunity to publish FULL PAPER in a range of options. Registered Participants will receive FULL Paper Submission Link and can choose any of the following options based on the thrust areas of the paper.
DRSD-2021 Committee will Review the submission and recommend for appropriate option (s). All accepted papers will be ‘SCOPUS Indexed’.
*Option – A: Journal Special Issue – “Risk and Resilience Paradigm for sustainable development”, in “Progress in Disaster Science”, Elsevier. [SCOPUS Indexed]

*Option – B: Journal Special Issue – “Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building for Sustainable Society”, in “International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment (IJDRBE)”, Emerald Publishing. [SCOPUS Indexed]

*Option – C: Edited Book, “Multi-hazard Vulnerability and Resilience Building – addressing cross-cutting challenges” (TBC), Elsevier [SCOPUS Indexed]
 

*Option – A: Journal Special Issue – “Risk and Resilience Paradigm for sustainable development”, in “Progress in Disaster Science”, Elsevier. [SCOPUS Indexed]

Journal Special issue on “Risk and Resilience Paradigm for sustainable development”
The papers in the Special Issue are expected to provide multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral aspects of disaster risk and resilience – and also connect existing data, research, conceptual work and practical cases on disaster risk management and its linkage, with sustainable development.
Guest Editors:
* Dr. Indrajit Pal, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
* Prof. Sangam Shrestha, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand,
* Prof. Rajib Shaw, Keio University, Japan

*Option – B: Journal Special Issue – “Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building for Sustainable Society”, in “International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment (IJDRBE)”, Emerald Publishing. [SCOPUS Indexed]

Journal Special Issue on “Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building for Sustainable Society”,
Guest Editors:
* Dr. Indrajit Pal, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
* Dr. Riyanti Djalante, Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR)
* Dr. Dyah Rahmawati Hizbaron, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

 

*Option – C: Edited Book, “Multi-hazard Vulnerability and Resilience Building – addressing cross-cutting challenges” (TBC), Elsevier [SCOPUS Indexed]  

Edited Book on “Multi-hazard Vulnerability and Resilience Building – addressing cross-cutting challenges” (TBC),
Editors:
* Dr. Indrajit Pal, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
* Prof. Rajib Shaw, Keio University, Japan
* Prof. Tomonori ICHINOSE, Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Japan
* Dr. Sreevalsa Kolathayar, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India
* Prof. Yonarizam, Andalas University, Indonesia
* Dr. Takashi Oda, Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Japan

Please note that:

  1. Abstract of the Registered Participants will be compiled and circulated as Conference Resource Material in digital format. 
  2. Only Registered Participants will be invited to submit FULL Paper for consideration of the Publication with DRSD-2021 Publication Partners.