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Session 1: Warming and Cooling 9:30-11:00

Socio-economic vulnerability to urban heat in Phoenix, Arizona and Dallas, Texas during June 2020 [PAPER]
Tamar Eliza Moss1, Bandana Kar2
1Brandeis University, 02453 Waltham, Massachusetts, USA; 2Remote Sensing Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 37830 Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

Exploring spatial parameters to evaluate human walking accessibility of urban green space [PAPER]
Jing Jia1, Sisi Zlatanova1, Kefeng Zhang2
1School of Built Environment, UNSW, Australia; 2School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW, Australia

Using scenario planning to enhance coastal resilience to climate change: community futures in the estuarine landscape of Brisbane Waters, Central Coast, Australia [PAPER]
Anumitra Mirti1, Scott Hawken2
1Central Coast Council, Australia; 2University of Adelaide, Australia

Land use and land cover changes using multi-temporal satellite [PAPER]
Huong Thi Thanh Nguyen1, Quynh Thi Nhu Chau1, Anh Tuan Pham2, Hang Thi Phan1, Phan Thi Xuan Tran1, Hoai Thi Cao1, Toan Quang Le3, Diep Thi Hong Nguyen4
1Tay Nguyen University, Vietnam; 2Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Dak Nong, Vietnam; 3Space Technology Institute, Vietnam; 4Can Tho University, Vietnam

Session 2: Applications 11:30-13:00

Disaster Aware – a global alerting platform for flood events [PAPER]
Prativa Sharma1, Jun Wang2, Molan Zhang1, Clay Woods3, Bandana Kar4, Doug Bausch5, ZhiQiang Chen1, Kristy Tiampo3, Margaret Glasscoe6, Guy Schumann7, Marlon Pierce2, Ron Eguchi8
1School of computing and engineering, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas City, MO 64110, USA; 2Cyberinfrastructure

Geographic information system for drought risk mapping in Australia: Drought risk analyser web application [PAPER]
Chayn Sun1, Suelynn Choy1, Zhi-Weng Chua2, Yuriy Kuleshov1,2,3
1RMIT University, Australia; 2Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Australia; 3The University of Melbourne, Australia

Identifying users’ requirements of geographic information for disaster risk management in the Dominican Republic [PAPER]
Gregorio Antonio Rosario Michel1,2, Santiago Muñoz Tapia2, Vladimir Guzmán Javier2, Joep Crompvoets1
1Public Governance Institute (PGI), KU Leuven, Belgium; 2National Geological Survey (SGN), Dominican Republic

A metadata-based approach for using CCTV to facilitate emergency response [PAPER]
Jung-Hong Hong, Yi-Tin Shi
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Session 3: Fire and Flood 14:30-16:00

A voxel-based method to estimate near-surface and elevated fuel from dense LiDAR point cloud for hazard reduction burning [PAPER]
Jack Barton, Ben Gorte, Saadmann Eusuf, Sisi Zlatanova
University of New South Wales, Australia

Experimental study to compare factors influencing exit choice behaviour in emergency evacuation situations using virtual reality techniques [PAPER]
Sunny Singh1, Meead Saberi2
1Monash University, Australia; 2University of New South Wales, Australia

Using 3D WebGIS to support the disaster simulation, management and analysis – examples of tsunami and flood [PAPER]
Jung-Hong Hong1, Chang-Yang Tsai2
1Professor, Department of Geomatics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; 2Graduate Student, Department of Geomatics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Voxel data management and analysis in PostgreSQL/PostGIS under different data layouts [PAPER]
Wei Li, Sisi Zlatanova, Ben Gorte
University of New South Wales, Australia

Session 4: Intelligence and Recovery 16:30-18:00

Indoor mobile mapping system and crowd simulation to support school reopening because of Covid-19: a case study [PAPER]
Sara Comai1, Silvia Costa1, Silvia Mastrolembo Ventura1, Lavinia Tagliabue1, Davide Simeone2, Elisa Bertuzzi1, Giorgio Vassena1, Angelo Ciribini1
1University of Brescia, Italy; 2Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Teaching geomatics for geohazard mitigation and management in the COVID-19 time [PAPER]
Marco Scaioni1, Laura Longoni2, Luigi Zanzi2, Vladislaviov Ivanov2, Monica Papini2
1Politecnico Milano, Dept. ABC; 2Politecnico Milano, Dept. DICA

Cloud-based integration and standardization of address data for disaster management – A South African case study [PAPER]
Grant Tredrea, Serena Coetzee, Victoria Rautenbach
Department of Geography, Geoinformatics and Meteorology, University of Pretoria, South Africa

The role of digitization in post-disaster reconstruction [PAPER]
Marianna Rotilio1, Benedetta Tudini2
1University of L’Aquila, Italy; 2University of L’Aquila, Italy

Session 5: Post-disaster Recovery 18:30-20:00

Technology and resilience in the reconstruction process. A case study [PAPER]
Marianna Rotilio
University of L’Aquila, Italy

Capacity building for disaster management in Mozambique through teaching public participatory GIS and Spatial Data Infrastructure [PAPER]
Vasil Yordanov1,2, Maria Antonia Brovelli1, Daniela Carrion1, Luigi Barazzetti3, Liliett José António Francisco4, Heraclito Rodrigues Comia4,5, Marcelino Inácio Caravela4
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (DICA) Politecnico di Milano, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32, Milan, Italy; 2Vasil Levski National Military University, Bulgaria; 3Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering (DABC) Politecnico di Milano, via Ponzio 31, 20133 Milan, Italy; 4Lúrio University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Bairro de Maringanha, CP 958, Pemba, Mozambique; 5Lúrio University, Faculty of Engineering, Bairro Eduardo Mondlane, Pemba, Mozambique

Multitemporal 3D mapping of post-earthquake recovery phase with UAS: case study Vrisa, Lesvos, Greece [PAPER]
George Tataris, Nikolaos Soulakellis, Konstantinos Chaidas
University of the Aegean, Greece

Integrated GIS system for post-fire hazard assessments with remote sensing [PAPER]
Vincenzo Barrile1, Giuliana Bilotta2, Antonino Fotia1, Ernesto Bernardo1
1DICEAM – Department of Civil, Energy, Environmental and Material Engineering, “Mediterranea” University of Reggio Calabria, Via Graziella Feo di Vito 89122 Reggio Calabria, Italy; 2Dept. of Planning, University IUAV of Venice, Santa Croce 191 Tolentini, 30135 Venice, Italy

Session 6: To be advised 8:00-9:30

Session 7: Remote sensing for disaster management 1. 10:00-11:30

Estimating the alluvium content in Giang province using remote sensing technique [PAPER]
Thi Hong Diep Nguyen1, Sy Nam Tran1, Kieu Diem Phan1, Thanh Giam Tran2, Ba Linh Tran3, Thi Thanh Huong Nguyen4, Thien Nhi Doan1
1College of Environment and Natural Resources, Can Tho University, Vietnam; 2Bachelor Student, Can Tho University; 3College of Agriculture, Can Tho University; 4Tay Nguyen University

Canopy LiDAR point cloud data K-means clustering Watershed segmentation method [PAPER]
Yexuan Mu, Guoqing Zhou, Haoyu Wang
Guilin University of Technology, China

Investigation of cryosphere dynamics variations in the upper Indus basin using remote sensing and GIS [PAPER]
Javed Iqbal1, Muhammad Ali2, Asif Ali3, Danish Raza2, Fahad Bashir4, Farman Ali5, Sajid Hussain2, Zeeshan Afzal2
1Department of Environmental Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan,; 2State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University 430079, China; 3Institute of Geographical Information Systems, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan; 4Department of Meteorology, COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan; 5Aerospace Information Research Institute, University of Chinese Academy of Science, China.

Predicting land use/land cover changes using multi-temporal satellite images and multi-layer perceptron Markov model [PAPER]
Huong Thi Thanh Nguyen1, Tuan Anh Pham2, Minh Trung Doan1, Phan Thi Xuan Tran1
1Tay Nguyen University, Vietnam; 2Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Dak Nong, Vietnam

Session 8: Intelligence and Recovery 13:00-14:30

Evidence for the development of energy resilience in Fukushima Prefecture since the Great East Japan Earthquake [PAPER]
Richao Cong, Kei Gomi
Fukushima Branch, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Web-based representation and management of infectious disease data on a city scale, case study of St. Petersburg, Russia [PAPER]
Ilya Kuznetsov1, Evgeny Panidi1, Vladislav Korovka2, Vladimir Galkin2, Denis Voronov3
1Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics, Institute of Earth Sciences, Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2Saint Petersburg State Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology, St. Petersburg, Russia; 3Saint Petersburg Central Tuberculosis Dispensary, St. Petersburg, Russia

Australia-Japan QZSS emergency warning service trial project [PAPER]
Suelynn Choy1, Yuntian Brian Bai1, Sisi Zlatanova2, Abdoulaye Diakite2, Eldar Rubinov3, Chris Marshall3, Peter Knight4, Anna Riddell5, Vincent Rooke5, Martine Woolf5, Nobutaka Kishi6, Satoshi Kogure6
1RMIT University, Australia; 2University of New South Wales, Australia; 3FrontierSI, Australia; 4Australian Trade and Investment Commission, Australia; 5Geoscience Australia, Australia; 6Cabinet Office of Japan, Japan

Transformation to sustainable and resilient urban futures in Southeast Asia [PAPER]
Fiona Nicole Lord
University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Session 9: Managing Disaster and Change 15:00-16:30

Outdoor AR-application for the digital map table [PAPER]
Maier, Sebastian (1); Gostner, Till (2); van de Camp, Florian (1); Hoppe, Adrian Heinrich (3)
1: Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany; 2: Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Post-fire hazard detection using ALOS-2 radar and Landsat-8 optical imagery [PAPER]
Stella Chelangat Mutai1, Ling Chang2
1International fund for agriculture development (IFAD), Kenya; 2ITC, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Assessment of sentinel-5P performance for ground-level air quality monitoring: preparatory experiments over the COVID-19 lockdown period [PAPER]
Daniele Oxoli, Jesus Rodrigo Cedeno Jimenez, Maria Antonia Brovelli
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Geospatial analysis of impervious surfaces and their effect on land surface temperature intensity in Abuja, Nigeria [PAPER]
Ebenezer Akomolafe, Olalekan Adekunle Isioye, James Awulu
Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria

Session 10: Remote sensing for disaster management 2. 17:00-18:30

Aerial LiDAR technology in support to avalanches prevention and risk mitigation: an operative application at “Colle della Maddalena” (Italy) [PAPER]
Piero Boccardo1, Vanina Fissore2, Salvatore Morreale2, Elisa Ilardi2, Marco Baldo3
1DIST – Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning, Politecnico of Turin; 2ITHACA – Information Technology for Humanitarian Assistance Cooperation and Action; 3IRPI-CNR (Italian National Research Council – Research Institute for Hydrogeological Prevention and Protection)

Analysis of the evolution of gully erosion in olive groves using photogrammetry techniques. Relationships with rainfall regime. [PAPER]
Tomás Fernández1,4, José Miguel Gómez-López1,4, José Luis Pérez-García1,4, Javier Cardenal1,4, Jorge Delgado1, Joaquín Tovar-Pescador2,4, Mario Sánchez-Gómez3,4, Julio Calero3,4
1Department of Cartographic, Geodetic and Photogrammetric Engineering. University of Jaén (Spain); 2Department of Physics. University of Jaén (Spain); 3Department of Geology. University of Jaén (Spain); 4Centre for Advanced Studies in Earth Sciences, Energy and Environment. University of Jaén (Spain)

Integration of GIS and advanced remote sensing techniques for landslide hazard assessment: A case study of Northwest Syria [PAPER]
Muhannad Hammad, Boudewijn van Leeuwen, László Mucsi
University of Szeged, Hungary

Accuracy analysis of Sentinel 2A and Landsat 8 OLI+ satellite datasets over Kano state (Nigeria) using vegetation spectral indices [PAPER]
Olalekan Isioye, Ebenezer Akomolafe, Uchenna Ikwueze
Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria