Course / Workshop
on Resilience of Infrastructures
June 24, 2015
Lecturers: Aleksandar S. Jovanovic, Cameron MacKenzie,
Modern society depends more and more on the effective and reliable operations of infrastructure systems (infrastructures), such as those delivering energy, water, sanitation, shelter, information, emergency response and other critical services. These, on the other side, need to be assessed on their resilience in case of large and/or cascading events. Whilst most people fully agree about the importance of resilience, common agreement about the resilience assessment approaches, methods and tools is still an issue.
The course will look at these issues primary from the engineer point of view and, after preparing the overview and information about the state-of-the-art focus on some practical examples highlighting aspects of the practical quantitative assessment of resilience.
- Unit 1: State-of-the-art, basic principles, approaches
- Unit 2: Theoretical background, methods, tools, indicators
- Unit 3: Practical application: Industry
- Unit 4: Practical application: civil structures
Engineers, managers at all levels, inspectors, legislators and other professionals dealing with risk, safety and resilience of infrastructures as well as students, will profit from the course by:
- increasing their understanding of strengths and weaknesses of different approaches and
- extending their knowledge on resilience approaches.
Get more info and register for the course now:
Registration deadline: May 22, 2015
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