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Die Ausschreibung besteht darin, einen skalierbaren, zuverlässigen, innovativen und kosteneffektiven Frühwarnsystemprototyp zu entwickeln, mit dem Krankheiten vorhergesagt und überwacht werden können. Somit sollen Ausbrüche von Epidemien verhindert und deren Auswirkungen auf lokaler, regionaler und globaler Ebene abgemildert werden.

Call name: EIC Horizon Prize for 'Early Warning for Epidemics' 

Call ID: H2020-Epidemics-EICPrize-2020

Am 1. September 2020 endet die Einreichungsfrist.

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The 'water' journal is planning a special issue of the MDPI WATER on Recent Advances in Flood Hazard and Risk Science. Therefore, its opening a call for papers to adapt and develop new methods and techniques to properly face the challenges of a new era, where capabilities for monitoring and modelling Earth processes have dramatically increased.

Scientific contributions should include (but not restricted to): theoretical and applied developments of hydrologic and hydrodynamic modelling including morphodynamics; post-event surveys; floods and related processes monitoring; flood frequency analysis; data mining and machine learning tools for hazard, exposure and vulnerability analysis; social networks and big data analysis for risk analysis and model calibration; palaeohydrology and geochronological dating techniques; geographical information systems; risk perception, risk communication, and dissemination.

You may send your manuscript now or up until the deadline (30.09.2021), submissions will be published immediately after acceptance in an ongoing basis. Water is fully open access (unlimited and free access by readers).

Find more information here.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of the supply chain generally and exposed the need to harden our social and technical systems, including the humanitarian supply chain, to respond. With this special collection, the Natural Hazards Review hopes to make a substantial contribution to the understanding of humanitarian supply chain knowledge as a sub-discipline of supply chain management theory and praxis. The topics covered here aim to improve international, national, and regional capacities for disaster risk analysis, management, and governance.

The American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) is looking for forum articles, technical notes, technical papers and case studies.

Deadline: 30.11.2020

You can find more information here.