Upcoming PSCE webinar: "Use Cases and Scenarios for Good Practitioner-led innovation in PPDR"

PSCE is happy to resume its series of webinars and to announce our upcoming webinar, "Use Cases and Scenarios for Good Practitioner-led innovation in PPDR". The webinar will take place on November 20 in the morning (10h-12h30 GMT) and it will feature speakers from the University of Lancaster, Trilateral Research, the University of Munster and Exus Innovation. Some concrete solutions prepared in three EU-funded projects — STAMINA, IN-PREP and iTRACK— will be presented. Both projects are pooling resources to assess best methods in effective disaster response and preparedness.  

Each panel speaker will focus on a particular topic as follow:

  • Use Cases and Scenarios for ‘good’ PPDR Innovation: Setting the scene, Monika Büscher, Lancaster University, UK   
  • Engaging societal and ethical impact with uses cases and trials, Katrina Petersen (Trilateral Research) and Adam Widera (University of Munster) 
  • Presenting Scenario Builder, Anax Fotopoulos, Exus Innovation 
  • Gaming as a research method, Tina Comes, Delft University

This webinar will provide relevant up-to-date information to all Public Preparedness and Disaster Response Organisations (PPDR), EU stakeholders and academics in crisis management. Alike to previous PSCE webinars, this virtual event will allow open discussions between participants and the speakers in view of fostering debate.  

We'll be sharing more information soon! 

If you want to attend our webinar, register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kPKshGwwk4Qw2JnAjxIEwglO9zYmO58szb2VFWH7DOA/edit