INQUIMUS workshop series: integrating different assessment methodologies for multi-dimensional phenomena

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There is growing demand by policy- and action-oriented users for operational and integrative assessments of complex, multi-dimensional phenomena such as vulnerability and resilience. In recent years, quantitative and qualitative assessment methods as part of targeted efforts to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation have been pushed towards operational levels. Whilst the scientific progress regarding the development of theoretical frameworks and associated definitions has been remarkable, further attention needs to be given to coherent assessment methods. Therefore we need a critical scientific discussion on assessment methodologies that evaluates and benchmarks approaches and intervention options. Another key issue is the relevance of spatial and temporal monitoring in the context of social-ecological systems and complex and multi-dimensional phenomena and how it can effectively support decision making.

Against this background, the Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS at the University of Salzburg, Austria and the European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano (EURAC) initiated in 2014 a series of INQUIMUS workshops (lat. “we say”) – Integrating quantitative and qualitative assessment methodologies for multi-dimensional phenomena. The purpose of these highly interactive workshops is to identify common achievements and methodological challenges, which will enable us to identify insights and future ways ahead.
The CMCC Foundation support in the organization of the 2017 workshop, and Silvia Torresan is member of its Extended Scientific Committee.

The flyer for the 2017 workshop is available for download here.

Call for abstracts is now open! Extended deadline: August 4 2017

For more information, visit the official website.

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