Society for Risk Analysis – Europe to Host 28th Annual Conference
Registration is now open for the event, June 24-26, 2019
May 29, 2019
The Society for Risk Analysis – Europe (SRA-E) will host its 28thAnnual Conference, with a theme of “Systemic Risks: From Natural Hazards to Cyber Risks.” The three-day event, running June 24-26, 2019, will be hosted and cosponsored by the IASS – Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam in co-operation with GFZ – German Research Centre for Geosciences.
The conference highlights the vast array of topics that SRA-E members and conference participants explore in their research and practice related to risk analysis. It also recognizes the broader impacts of risk and the viewpoints of the people who analyze and experience risk to underscore the advantages of incorporating diverse viewpoints into all facets of risk analysis. This year’s theme is intended to showcase the wide variety of risk issues that threaten society today. These risk issues can only be addressed by the diversity of experience that SRA-E members represent in terms of professions, disciplines, methodologies and nationalities.
Current keynote speakers include:
- Barbara Adam, Ph.D., Cardiff University, United Kingdom
- Terje Aven, Ph.D., University of Stavanger, Norway
- Andrew Collins, Ph.D., Northumbria University, United Kingdom
- Charlotte Krawczyk, Ph.D., Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ, Germany
- Manfred Laubichler, Ph.D., Arizona State University
- Ortwin Renn, Ph.D., IASS, Germany
Additional program information, as well as registration and travel information, can be found on the meeting website. Registration is open to all interested researchers and experts in the various field of risk analysis, industry representatives, governmental bodies, public and private institutions, and graduate students.