3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards & Infrastructure
29 KEYNOTE & INVITED LECTURES delivered by
covering a rich spectrum of diverse topics including resilient design and lifecycle assessment of infrastructure, project financing and climate change, insurance, digital twins and big data, extraterrestrial hazards, earth observation and remote sensing, net-zero and sustainable design
3 PANEL & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
bringing together stakeholders from different sectors including investors and financiers, legal experts, operators, technology providers and insurers to discuss about resilient infrastructure delivery, operation and maintenance, risk sharing, and innovative instruments to finance resilience.
#climate_resilience #insurance #finacing #PPPs #ESG
30 TECHNICAL SESSIONS featuring 200
presenting the state-of-the art and setting the stage for a constructive dialogue among distinguished scholars, young researchers, and experienced practitioners of various backgrounds representing 35 countries and more than 100 different Institutions and Organizations
3 MAJOR NETWORKING EVENTS
allowing delegates to experience the summer city vibe, taste the delicacies of the Greek cuisine and enjoy some moments of break from the intense conference schedule in a series of social activities aiming to foster interaction among different stakeholders expedite the exchange of views and expertise.
#ice-breaking #welcome_reception #conference_party
Laurie A. Johnson, EERI 2019-2020 President, USA
Participants from: the World Bank, IFC, EIB, Vinci concessions, Macquarie, White & Case, ACWA Power, Standard Chartered
Digital Twinning for the built environment
Equitable climate resilience – science and solutions for a warming world
Risk-based optimum life-cycle management of civil infrastructure under climate change effects
Wildfire risks and management
Rocking Isolation: An effective strategy for limiting forces, permanent displacements, damage and cost
EIB in Africa – Infrastructure financing and climate change
Insurance, a pillar of resilience and sustainability
A new tool for optimizing earthquake resilience investments of highways
Industrial infrastructure resilience in coastal multi-hazard settings
National Geographic: “Has science solved one of history’s greatest adventure mysteries?”
Vibration mitigation performance of on- and off-shore wind turbine tower
Engineering Design of Communities for Disaster Resilience
Lifecycle assessment of geotechnical infrastructure
Big data frameworks to enhance community resilience
Liquefaction of gravelly soils and the impact on critical infrastructure
Financing sustainability and facilitating the net zero journey
Tools for Quantifying Uncertainties Associated with Non-Invasive Subsurface Site Characterization Methods used for Seismic Ground Response Analyses
Physical and Numerical Modelling of Landslide-Structure-Interaction
Structural Integrity of Offshore Pipelines
Climate risks and opportunities: TCFD reporting recommendations
Seismic downhole arrays as a validation tool for computational analysis
Recommendations for determining Winkler spring parameters for pipe stress analysis applications
Performance-based design of steel structures for enhanced lifecycle seismic performance
Multimodal transportation systems protection against sea level rise
System-wide seismic risk assessment of port facilities
The deadline for the discounted registration has been extended to 30 May, 2022. Visit #program to browse the technical schedule and explore the social agenda of the conference.
ICONHIC2022 offers great opportunities for networking and socializing. We have also prepared unique tours and sightseeing options for our delegates and their accompanying persons.
The technical session will cover the increasingly important role of public and private sector engagements in delivering climate resilient infrastructure and will highlight the set of World Bank tools aimed at supporting client governments in this effort.