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Organizing Decentralized Resilience in Critical

Interdependent-infrastructure Systems and Processes


(ORDER-CRISP)

Annual Workshop 2019 (June 14-15, 2019)

Venue: GWU Science and Engineering Hall, Lehman Auditorium


800 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Meeting Goals:
The purpose of the 2019 Annual Workshop is to provide an opportunity for ORDER-CRISP
team members to meet face-to-face as a team to discuss individual task work, integrated and
collaborative progress of the work, and the upcoming course of actions to make this project
successful. Attendees will share their progress and thoughts on individual and collaborative
projects. By the close of the meeting, team members will understand what each individual/group
is working on and planning to work on over the next 6 months.

Website:
https://order-crisp.weebly.com/

Contact Person:
Pallab Mozumder Tanvir Pavel
PI, ORDER-CRISP Post-doctoral Associate, ORDER-CRISP
Email: mozumder@fiu.edu Email: mpavel@fiu.edu
Phone: 720-375-6111 Phone: 786-838-2533

Acknowledgement:
We acknowledge support from National Science Foundation [NSF Grant Award #1832693:
CRISP 2.0 Type 2: Collaborative Research: Organizing Decentralized Resilience in Critical
Interdependent-infrastructure Systems and Processes (ORDER-CRISP)]

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Day 1: Friday, June 14
8:30 – 9:00 Registration, Coffee, and Networking

9:00 – 9:15 Welcome and Introduction

9:15 – 9.30 Review of Project vision/Meeting Goals, and Logistics by Pallab Mozumder,
Florida International University (Lead PI: ORDER-CRISP)

9:30 – 11:30 Session 1

Presentation 1 (Omar I. Abdul-Aziz, West Virginia University: Large Basin-


Scale Modeling and Predictions of Coastal-Urban Flooding during
Hurricanes and Tropical Storms)

Presentation 2 (Sisi Meng, University of Notre Dame: The Dynamics


of Damages, Disruptions and Recovery: Evidence from Hurricane Sandy)

Presentation 3 (Steve Detwiler, Emergency Management Miami-Dade County:


Hurricane Recovery Plan in South Florida)

11:30 – 11:45 Break/Collecting Lunch

11:45 – 12:45 Key Note Speech/Lunch (Matthew C. Marchetti, CrowdSource Rescue: How
Do You Rescue 30,000 When 911 Is Down: An Exploration of Spontaneous
Volunteer Networks)

1:00 – 2:30 Session 2

Presentation 4 (Nafisa Halim, Boston University: Hurricane Evacuation


Planning: The Role of Service Delivery Disruptions)

Presentation 5 (Joost Santos, George Washington University: Can Resilience


Strategies Effectively Mitigate Business Interruption Losses?)

Presentation 6 (Susmita Dasgupta, World Bank: Cyclones in a Changing


Climate: The Case of Bangladesh)

2:30 – 2:45 Coffee Break

2:45 – 4:45 Open Discussion for Integrating Research Components and Synthesis

4:45 – 5:00 Adjournment and Plan for Next Day Activities

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Day 2: Saturday, June 15
8:30 – 9:00 Coffee, Breakfast, and Networking

9:00 – 11.00 Session 3

Presentation 7 (Tanvir Pavel, Florida International University: Flood and Wind


Risk Perception: A Comparative Analysis of Evacuation Behavior During
Hurricane Ivan)

Presentation 8 (Samiul Hasan, University of Central Florida: Inferring


Infrastructure Disruptions and Community Impacts during Disasters from
Online Social Media Data)

Presentation 9 (Timothy Kim, Chris J. Kuhlman, Achla Marathe, Anil


Vullikanti, University of Virginia: Network Structure and Evacuation Decision-
making)

11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:15 Session 4

Collaboration and Publication Strategies (All Participants)

12.30-2.00 Lunch, Open Discussion and Future Action Plan (All Participants)

2:00 Adjournment

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