CE DLSU Alumni and student representatives at ICBR09
(from left to right: Abraham Matthew Carandang, Engr. Samantha Louise N. Jarder, Carlo Cacanando, Shannon Yap, Tyra Ang, Ronald Ty and Adriam Limqueco)
The 9th International Conference on Building Resilience (ICBR) is a three-day research conference which was held in Nusa Dua Bali, Indonesia last January 13 – 15, 2020. The 9th International Conference on Building Resilience had a theme “Investing in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation for Building Resilient Cities”. The conference aims to discuss global goals from the 2030 development agenda and solve issues incorporated in the Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation by gathering various policy makers, practitioners and researchers from different countries.
CE DLSU Alumni and student representatives at ICBR09 Gala Dinner
The Building Resilience Conference is an annual international conference exploring resilience as a useful framework of analysis for how society and cities can cope with the threat of natural and human induced hazards. The conference was is co-organized by the Research Centre for Disaster Mitigation (RCDM), the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development (SAPPK) – ITB (Indonesia) and the Global Resilience Centre at the University of Huddersfield (UK) in association with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR).
Engr. Jarder and Mr. Carandang presented their papers
The following papers were presented:
• Assessment of Early Warning System Protocols in Schools Using the S.O.S. Toolkits by: Engr. Samantha Louise N. Jarder, MSCE. Co-authors: Engr. Raniel Cris Macabare, Engr. Salvador Oleivar, Abraham Matthew Carandang, Patrick Shaun Ngo, Engr. Richard de Jesus, Dr. Lessandro Estelito O. Garciano, Dr. Andres Winston C. Oreta
• Methodology for Estimating the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) of a Water Distribution Network (WDN) due to Seismic Induced Liquefaction: a Case in Iloilo City by: Engr. Samantha Louise N. Jarder, MSCE. Co Authors: Dr. Lessandro Estelito O. Garciano, Dr. Osamu Maruyama
• A Resilience Index of a Water Lifeline System using an Optimal Restoration Strategy by: Abraham Matthew Carandang. Co-author: Dr. Lessandro Estelito O. Garciano and Dr. Osamu Maruyama
CE DLSU undergraduate students with their poster
CE DLSU undergrad students (Tyra Ang, Carlo Cacanando, Adrian Limqueco, Ronald Ty and Shannon Yap) presented their poster presentation entitled “A Case Study on the Safety School Program of a Philippine High School’s Building”. The advisers for their poster presentation were Engr. Maria Emilia Sevilla and Dr. Jason Maximino Ongpeng.
DLSU CE participants with Dr. Dilanthi Amaratunga of University of Huddersfield