The 6th Society for Risk Analysis - Europe Nordic Chapter conference “Risk Analysis: from Perception to Prediction” will be organized by Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania and will be FULLY ONLINE.
More information can be found in the organizers' webpage: https://sranconference.ktu.edu/
Date: 5-6th November, 2020
Conference calls for interdisciplinary dialogue among risk researchers, practitioners, policy makers and other stakeholders from different fields of disciplines and fields of practice working in the field of risk analysis.
See call for papers below.
If you would like to propose a panel discussion, round table, symposia or other type of intervention for the conference, please contact SRA-E-N chair Aistė Balžekienė, aiste.balzekiene [at] ktu.lt
Kaunas University of Technology: https://en.ktu.edu/
About Kaunas: https://visit.kaunas.lt/en/
Call for papers
The Society for Risk Analysis - Europe Nordic Chapter invites to the yearly meeting of risk researchers and practitioners. Conference will provide interdisciplinary forum to discuss current research on risk assessment, risk perception, risk communication, risk management, and policy relating to risk.
More about SRA-E Nordic: http://www.sraeurope.eu/nordic-chapter
We have a list of exciting keynotes and workshops, covering risk communication and management in times of Covid-19 pandemic, presenting innovative tools for risk assessment, management and prediction.
Abstract submission has now closed.
Topics of conference include (but are not limited to):
- Current research in risk analysis;
- New challenges for risk analysis in the face of pandemic;
- Risk analysis methods and methodologies;
- Risk perception and communication;
- Risk management – innovative methods and inter–sectorial cooperation;
- Risk prediction – methods, tools and challenges;
- Application of computerized analysis tools for risk analysis
Conference is organized by: Civil Society and Sustainability research group, Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Kaunas University of Technology.