Conference on Geo-Information for Disaster Management
Gi4DM: Geo-information for Disaster management (Gi4DM) is an annual conference devoted to the use and application of geo-information technology in disaster management. The fundamental goal of the conference is to provide a forum where disaster managers, stakeholders, researchers, data providers and system developers can discuss challenges, share experience, discuss new ideas, demonstrate technology and analyse future research toward better support of risk and disaster management activities. Eleven editions of these conferences have taken place in Delft, The Netherlands, (March 2005), Goa, India, (September 2006), Toronto, Canada, (May 2007), Harbin, China (August, 2008), Prague, Czech Republic (January 2009), Turin, Italy (February
i-Rec 2019 Disrupting the status quo: Reconstruction, recovery and resisting disaster risk creation
i-Rec 2019 The main goal of  the i-Rec conference series is to contribute to disaster reconstruction and recovery knowledge and its applications in disaster impacted populations through interdisciplinary research and information sharing with various stakeholders. In the context of massive global challenges caused by rapid human development, the 2019 i-Rec will gather scholars, practitioners, journalists and artists around some of the most pressing but under-represented, misunderstood and divisive topics in disaster recovery and reconstruction. This conference will break with traditional academic norms. It will feature interactive panels with a mixture of academic, media, activist and literary participants. Instead of only