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The FSEG Team at the University of Greenwich invites you to participate in a one day workshop as part of the GEO-SAFE project, taking place 20th February 2020 at the University of Greenwich.
GEO-SAFE (Geospatial based Environment for Optimisation Systems Addressing Fire Emergencies) is a H2020 – MSCA-RISE project (n.691161), co-ordinated by FSEG of the University of Greenwich with 17 partners from 7 countries (United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Netherlands and Australia) and is a four year project running from May 2016 to April 2020.
The aim of GEO-SAFE is to create a network enabling the two regions to exchange knowledge, ideas and experience, thus boosting the progress of wildfires knowledge and the related development of innovative methods for dealing efficiently with such fires.
The workshop will comprise of the following themes:
- Identification and quantification of human behaviour in response to wildfire.
- Role, requirements and capabilities of evacuation modelling in the planning and management of wildfires.
- Development and application of Large Scale Wildfire Evacuation Models
- Future directions for wildfire evacuation modelling.
- The workshop consists of:
- 7 invited lectures
- 3 discussion panels
- 1 hands on session using urbanEXODUS urban-scale evacuation simulation model
- 1 demonstration session showing recent developments in coupling wildfire, pedestrian and vehicle models
The deadline to register is 14 February 2020, access EVENBRITE
This is a free event
Congratulations to Prof Ed Galea, Dr Hui Xie, Dr Steve Deere, Dr Lynn Hulse and Mr David Cooney of the Fire Safety Engineering Group, University of Greenwich for the achievement of the prestigious award from the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (UK Chapter).
The winning project, on Construction site evacuation safety: Evacuation strategies for tall construction sites, was a result of team effort and ‘it was also a great example of what can be achieved when academics partner with industry’, according to Professor Ed Galea.
“Outstanding, unique and informative research in an area seldom explored. There is great potential to make the construction environment and all those who work in it safer from fire and this research provides data and tools to achieve this objective.” SFPE
The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) is a professional society for fire protection engineering established in 1950. SFPE publishes the Journal of Fire Protection Engineering, published on behalf of the society by SAGE Publications and Fire Protection Engineering magazine is published quarterly by SFPE. The Society has nearly 5,000 members.
Hackathon by Disrupt Normandy | Hack Central
A group of 5 University of Greenwich students participated in a Hackathon by Disrupt Normandy, 21 -22 October, in Caen, Normandy, France. Students from the University of Portsmouth also took part.
The five participating from University of Greenwich, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences were Claire Stretch, Daniel Gillette, Danny Roberts, Temor Al-Kaisi and Trevor Evans, had previously been involved in similar events. Two of the winning teams included students from the University of Greenwich – congratulations to Claire Stretch and Danny Roberts. All participants are deserving of recognition in participating in such a competitive hackathon.
Taimoor’s current work “On Synthesis of Runtime Security Monitor for IoT Applications” has won the Best Paper Award at ICS-CSR (http://www.ics-csr.com) today.
The event isco-organized by Air Bus and is very well respected in industrial and practical solutions for ICS security. The Global Head of Cyber Defense, Siemens was head of jury for the selection of awards.
FSEG research reveals high-rise construction site workers are “risking their lives”Continue reading “Prof Ed Galea from the School of Computing and Mathematics gives his expert advice on the risks in high-rise building construction evacuation”
For malicious and anomalous behaviour anticipation, detection, mitigation and end-user informing. Greenwich’s role is to equip the framework with the ability to decide dynamically where to process the security-relevant data it collects in a manner that takes into account the performance, energy and security of the system.Continue reading “C4IIoT will build and demonstrate a novel and unified Industrial IoT cyber security framework”