On August 8, 2013, I gave another presentation at this year’s IGU Regional Conference in Kyoto. There, I spoke about my ongoing research about the use of spatial methodologies in the analysis of vulnerability in highly urbanized areas. The slide deck below also contains a case study about terrorism vulnerability in Tokyo, Japan.
From August 4th to 9th 2013 the International Geographic Union (IGU) will hold their 2013 Regional Conference at the International Conference Center in Kyoto. There, at the birthplace of the famous Kyoto Protocol, geographers from all over the world (theoretically – personally I expect a majority of fellows from Asia, hence the “Regional” in the conference name) will gather to discuss, exchange and network for 6 days. The theme of the conference is “Traditional Wisdom and Modern Knowledge for the Earth’s Future”, and what country could be better suited for this dialog between old and new than Japan, where this opposition can be observed everywhere and all the time.
From May 19th to 24th the Japan Geoscience Union (JPGU, 日本地球惑星科学連合) will be holding their annual meeting at Makuhari Messe near Tokyo. Just like in the past two years I will also be attending and presenting there. This year I will speak in session H-TT09 “GIS”, starting from 14:15 on Monday, May 20th. There will also be presentations by other members of my lab:
This is the slide set for my presentation at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the AAG in Los Angeles on April 9th, titled “Spatial Methodologies for the Analysis of Vulnerability in Urban Areas”. It has been butchered quite a bit by SlideShare and is probably a bit abstract without my spoken comments, so I will upload a brushed up written version here, soon.