International Conference

on Urban Disaster Resilience

Palu, Indonesia

November 22-23, 2018

Abstract Submission Deadline
April 19, 2018

April 30, 2018

Urban areas are vulnerable to disaster due to their location which are often in hazard-prone area such as: along coasts or on floodplains, near active faults and volcanoes, or in location prone to tropical cyclones and severe storms. All the physical conditions in combination with rapid urbanization which puts pressure on land and service if not met with sustainable planning can exacerbate the impact of a natural disaster (flooding, storm surges, land movement, earthquake and tsunamis, etc) become major hazards which cause loss of life, property damage or even economic damage in affected areas.

As a precaution against the possibility of these disasters in the future, it is very important to prepare disaster resilient infrastructure. For that reason, the theme of "International Conference on Urban Disaster Resilience (ICUDR)" becomes important to be chosen in order to gain valuable ideas from relevant experts from various parts of the world. The conference will bring together universities, local governments, communities, NGOs, research organizations, education partners and the private sectors to share ideas and practices around disaster resilience in urban areas.


Keynote Speakers


 


 

Publications

 

All accepted papers will be published in MATEC Web of Conference proceeding which is indexed by Scopus, Web of Science, DOAJ, EBSCO and Google Scholar, etc. *)

Only selected papers will be published in Scopus indexed journal: International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development (IRSPSD).

*) With an additional publication fee of USD 100 / IDR 1,000,000 per paper


Contact Us

Email

You can also contact us anytime via email at 

icudr2018@gmail.com

Phone / WhatsApp

We're available Monday-Friday (8am-6pm)

+62 853 9991 3003

+62 812 1267 2147


Main Organizer

 

Tadulako University

 

In Collaboration With

Indonesian Engineering

Dean Forum


 

 

Supporting Institutions