Identifying Data Guideline Needs for Community and Regional Resilience Modeling
Please save the date---March 19, 2021 (9:00am - 3:00pm MDT)

Registration is now closed.

A zoom link will be provided a few days prior to the workshop

Data Workshop

Workshop Agenda

The workshop will run from 9:00AM - 3:00PM MDT. Presentations on computational platforms and panels by:
Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Federal Emergency Management Agency/Hazus
Simcenter: Computational Modeling and Simulation Center
DesignSafe Cyber Infrastructure and
The University of Michigan, Civil and Env. Engineering

This workshop is the first in a short series of two or three workshops that seeks to:

  1. Better understand data needs for modeling community and regional resilience across four computational platforms in varying stages of development/use
  2. Outline plans for a common data schema for different stages of analysis and phases of resilience ranging from hazard event to damage/loss of functionality to recovery of physical infrastructure supporting social and economic institutions
  3. Identify methods to promote data sharing across these four (and other) platforms.

Click here for the Meeting Agenda

Contact Information

If you have any questions please contact:

Connie Hale, Project Coordinator