Hic est pampineis viridis modo Vesbius umbris, presserat hic madidos nobilis uva lacus: hac iuga, quam Nysae colles plus Bacchus amavit, hoc super Satyri monte dedere choros. Haec Veneris sedes, Lacedaemone gratior illi, hic locus Herculeo nomine clarus erat.
Cuncta iacent flammis et tristi mersa favilla: nec superi vellent hoc licuisse sibi.
Assembling academicians, researchers, engineers, geophysicists, city planners, educators, authorities to define pathways to resilience and sustainability of cities in hazardous environments
Challenge: Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success
Who should attend: Academics, researchers, and graduate students, engineers, urban planners, architects, geologists, geophysicists, environmentalists, economists, educators, local and national authorities and risk managers, investors, developers, and other stakeholders are all welcome to attend in order to better define the problems of cities in hazardous environments and present innovative pathways leading to the development of resilient and sustainable urban habitats. Building resilience and sustainability requires interdisciplinary collaboration and is central for the success of the conference.Learn More