Program


Conference Program

Presentations are allocated the following time slots

Full Papers (F): 30 mn (25 mn presentation + 5 mn questions)
Short Papers (S): 20 mn (15 mn presentation + 5 mn questions)
Posters (P): 10 mn (8 mn presentation + 2mn questions)


Wednesday, October 26th 2016

Campus Madrid-Puerta de Toledo – Room 1.A.01


9:00-9:30 Registration

9:30-9:45 Opening session

9:45-10:15 Keynote

  • The role of the European Civil Protection Mechanism during a Large Scale Emergency
    Julián Montero, Dirección General de Protección Civil y Emergencias, Ministerio del Interior

10:15-11:15 Keynote

  • The role of the International Organization for Migration in the Mediterranean crisis
    Nunes Nuno, CCCM & IOM

11:15-11:45 Coffee break

11:45-13:15 Session 1: Information and Knowledge management

  • Session chair: Julie Dugdale
  • Coordination Mining in Crisis: a tool and a case study (F)
    Chihab Hanachi, Manel Tahari and Meriem Riahi
  • A Rule-based Computer-Aided System for Managing Home Accidents in Childhood (S)
    Baya Naouel Barigou
  • GIS-based Multi-Criteria Analysis and if then rules for ranking industrial zones (P)
    Taibi Aissa and Atmani Baghdad
  • Emergency Crisis Management Models: an ontological review (P)
    Ali Al Imem, Ahmed Maalel and Henda Hajjami Ben Ghezala
  • Modeling emergency care process taking into account its flexibility (S)
    Asma Mejri, Sonia Ayachi and Ricardo Martinho

13:15-14:30 Lunch

14:30-16:00 Session 2: Mobile Apps for Citizens

  • Session chair: Frédérick Bénaben
  • Improving first aid skills: how local conceptions of risk influence user engagement with the First Aid App in Israel and Malta (S)
    Susan Anson, Maurice Said, Hayley Watson and Kush Wadhwa
  • Emergency Management and Smart Cities: civic engagement through gamification (F)
    Marco Romano, Paloma Diaz and Ignacio Aedo
  • Scenario-based evaluation of 112 application “Pomoc” (S)
    Anna Stachowicz, Marcin Przybyszewski, Jan Zych, Patrycja Młynarek and Rafał Renk
  • Inclusive access to emergency services: An action research project focused on hearing impaired citizens (P)
    Vaso Constantinou, Andri Ioannou and Paloma Diaz

16:00-16:30 Coffee break

16:30-18:30 Session 3: Collaboration and Coordination

  • Session chair: Narjès Bellamine Ben Saoud
  • Building city resilience through collaborative networks: A literature review (F)
    Raquel Gimenez, Leire Labaka and Josune Hernantes
  • Towards integral security concepts for government buildings through virtual facility reconstruction (F)
    George Leventakis, George Kokkinis and Thanasis Sfetsos
  • Work Practice in Situation Rooms – An Ethnographic Study of Emergency Response Work in Governmental Organizations (F)
    Jonas Landgren and Fredrik Bergstrand
  • Towards Crisis Simulation Mediation Information System Engineering (S)
    Aurélie Montarnal, Anne-Marie Barthe-Delanoë, Sébastien Truptil, Frédérick Bénaben and Audrey Fertier

Thursday, October 27th 2016

Campus Madrid-Puerta de Toledo – Room 0.A.01


9:00-9:45 Registration

10:00-13:00 Visit to the 112 Madrid center

13:15-14:30 Lunch

14:30-16:00 Session 4: Social Computing

  • Session chair: Jonas Landgren
  • Analyzing and Visualizing Emergency Information in a Multi Display Environment (F)
    Paloma Diaz, Teresa Onorati and Sergio Del Olmo Pueblas
  • From the social semantic web to recommendation (P)
    Firas Ben Kharrat, Aymen Elkhleifi and Rim Faiz
  • Which centrality metric for which terrorist network topology? (F)
    Imen Hamed, Malika Charrad and Narjès Bellamine Ben Saoud
  • X-ETL Engine: from relational model to a multidimensional model (P)
    Nawfal El Moukhi, Ikram El Azami and Aziz Mouloudi

16:00-16:30 Coffee break

16:30-18:30 Session 5: Modelling and Simulation

  • Session chair: Giuliana Vitiello
  • SPRITE – participatory simulation for raising awareness about marine submersion risk on the Oleron island (F)
    Carole Adam, Franck Taillandier, Etienne Delay, Odile Plattard and Mira Toumi
  • BDI modelling and simulation of human behaviours in bushfires (F)
    Carole Adam, Geoffrey Danet, John Thangarajah and Julie Dugdale
  • Obtaining optimal Bio-PEPA model using association rules : Approach applied to tuberculosis case study (F)
    Dalila Hamami and Baghdad Atmani
  • Optimization of Orchestration of Geocrowdsourcing Activities (S)
    Kahina Bessai and François Charoy

19:15-20:45 Madrid City Tour – meeting at the conference venue

21:00-23:00 Gala Dinner – Restaurant Los Galayos, Calle Botoneras 5, Madrid


Friday, October 28th 2016

Campus Madrid-Puerta de Toledo – Room 1.A.01


9:00-9:30 Registration

9:30-11:15 Session 6: Issues in Humanitarian Crisis

  • Session chair: Chihab Hanachi
  • Visual Synthesis of Evolutionary Emergency Scenarios (F)
    Monica Sebillo, Maurizio Tucci and Giuliana Vitiello
  • Knowledge Management for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (KMHADR) (S)
    Francesca Fallucchi, Massimiliano Tarquini and Ernesto William De Luca
  • Sentiment Analysis of Media in German on the Refugee Crisis in Europe (S)
    Gerhard Backfried and Gayane Shalunts
  • Towards an agent-based humanitarian relief inventory management system (F)
    Maroua Kessentini, Narjès Bellamine Ben Saoud and Sami Sboui

11:15-11:45 Coffee break

11:45-12:45 Keynote

  • Working together: an experimental approach to understand collaborative and prosocial behavior
    Angel Sánchez, UC3M

12:45-13:00 Closing session